Resume Templates: Instructional Designer


John Doe
1234 Fake Lane, MA, 99999, Cell:000-000-000,

Professional Summary
Analytical, detail-oriented training management professional with extensive experience in training delivery and management, process optimization, research and analysis, and employee development. Background in instructional design, organizational development, learning program development and implementation, hands-on teaching and learning methodologies. Exceptional ability to break complex problems down into simpler forms, enabling others to effectively contribute to their resolution/execution. Dedicated teacher and coach, passionate about bringing out the best in the people.

Core Qualifications
Training Management Procedure Development Relationship Development Regulatory Compliance Lesson Planning Employee Development Curriculum Development Process Improvement Coaching and Mentoring Instructional Design Team Building/Leadership Presentation Skills

Contractor / Instructional Designer September 1998 to Current Georgia Department of Technical / Adult Education Columbus, GA Assist companies to create new jobs and save existing jobs by providing wide range of workforce training services. Serve as project manager with responsibility for ensuring smooth flow of communication and resources between development teams and client subject matter experts. Ensure needs of client are accurately assessed and developed on time and within budget. Manage resources for short- and long-term client requirements to provide specific area expertise where needed. Research, develop and deliver training material and conduct training for various manufacturing and production companies throughout state of Georgia. Work closely with technical colleges and company’s human resource management teams to ensure attainment of company training objectives.