Manager of Instructional Design - American Express (Tallahassee, FL)

Excellent written and verbal communication, project management, and problem solving skills. Work requires continual attention to detail in creating and proofing materials, establishing priorities and meeting deadlines. Master's degree in Instructional Technology, Education, Organization Development, Human Resource Development, Adult Learning, or other related areas preferred. Bachelors degree required. 5 plus years of related instructional design experience. Diverse work experiences including small and large employer work environments essential. Previous instructional design experience in the banking and financial industries preferred. Experience in designing courses, modules and workshops that incorporate adult education principles and experiential learning techniques; actively collaborating and contributing to effective teamwork as part of a global training team. Source:

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