Learning Design Manager

Socratic Arts is looking for a Learning Design Manager, to work, on a contract basis, ~40 hours / week, remotely, from anywhere in the U.S.

Socratic Arts designs and builds robust simulation and story-based learning solutions (both live and computer-hybrid) for Fortune 100 and university clients. We deliver deeply engaging and complex learning programs that offer hands-on practice, expert coaching, and just-in-time performance support. We build and use cutting-edge technology and deliver solutions that include features like original video enactments, real-time performance metrics, and adaptive simulations based on learner actions, as well as courseware that leverages live mentors coaching in the context of a realistic scenario.

Job Description

The Learning Design Manager (LDM) collaborates with the Learning Design Director (LDD), client stakeholders, and subject matter experts in creating and specifying a program's design and then manages the content/production team in executing that design, typically shepherding the project through client stakeholder reviews, a pilot, and implementation.

Specifically, the LDM:

Skills and Abilities

Successful candidates will have a professional approach to client relationships, outstanding communication and project management skills, a knack for learning-experience design, excellent writing chops, and a curiosity and confidence about learning unfamiliar subject matter.

Socratic Arts is a completely virtual company; you'll telecommute from your own workspace. Experience collaborating in a virtual environment and insight into the skills required to successfully manage a long-distance project are a plus. Some travel is often required.

Specifically, the LDM must exhibit the following:



Commensurate with experience, qualifications, and recommendations. Please include your compensation requirements with your submission. Candidates must reside in the US and be available to work remotely during regular business hours. Some travel required, depending on project.

Submission Guidelines

Please submit cover letter, resume (with work location and contact information), business writing sample, and compensation requirements (see above). Please do not contact individuals in the organization directly. Please send inquiries to careers@socraticarts.com.

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