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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Instrumental and creative Instructional Designer offering 10 years' experience in technology integration and curriculum planning for various professions. Specialist in delivering assessment of information and design to develop value-added learning programs that accomplish business objectives. Personable leader in fostering relationships with stakeholders and gaining vital insights on educational needs. Expert in leading multiple teams while coordinating with subject matter professionals to drive effectiveness and achieve success.

Skills
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Captivate
  • Virtual Reality
  • Teamwork
  • Project Management
  • Augmented Reality
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Technical Writing
  • Collaboration
  • Curriculum Development
  • Articulate 360
  • Teaching/Training
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Online pedagogy
  • Onboarding Best Practices
  • Content Management
  • Creativity
  • Technology
  • Graphic design
  • ADOBE, Materials, Task analysis
  • Approach, Meetings, Teaching
  • Articulate, Microsoft Office Suite, Teamwork
  • Automate, MS Word, Technical Writing
  • Book, Works, Training programs
  • Budget, Multimedia, Training design
  • Canvas, Needs analysis, Workshops
  • Conferences, Optimization
  • Consultant, Policies
  • Content, Processes
  • Content Management, Progress
  • Creativity, Project Management
  • Curriculum Development, Quality
  • Client, Reality
  • Forms, Sales
  • Functional, Sales experience
  • Graphic design, Sales training
  • Information Technology, SAT
  • Instructor, Simulation
  • Instruction, Strategy
  • Instructional design, Systems Development
Experience
Instructional Systems Designer, 08/2019 to Current
Leidos Holdings Inc.Portsmouth, VA,
  • Apply formalized educational processes to develop training programs for employees of General Dynamics and Microsoft using instructional design models, needs analysis and adult learning theory, aligning course objectives with learning outcomes.
  • Lead Designer for the large scale seven course General Dynamics Nuclear Lead Bonder Curricula.
  • Developed a cross-functional team to ensure all quality resources were used.
  • Provided expertise in design principles, ensuring course content was in alignment with course goals.
  • Received accolades for meeting a vigorous deadline and creating innovative content and well-designed curricula for Nuclear submarine workers.
  • Managed a team of 10 and verified accurate and engaging accessibility requirements.
  • Lead designer for two asynchronous courses for Microsoft’s 2020 Sales Play Immersion kickoff.
  • Communicated with numerous stakeholders to obtain knowledge of Microsoft’s products and processes to develop a business solution strategy.
  • Align learning objectives with course content.
  • Managed a team of twelve, ensuring design best practices while creating learner journeys, learner scenarios, gamification and virtual immersive experiences considering the learner and environment in mind.
  • Initialized and oversaw continuing assessment processes to measure the effectiveness and sales team performance.
  • Communicate with management/client to gain knowledge of work situation; perform needs, job, and task analysis to determine required training for employees to better understand changes in policies, procedures, regulations, and technologies.
  • Analyze job performance gaps and training needs and ensure integrity of learning solutions throughout the development process.
  • Incorporates methods and requirements of instructional systems such as Instructional Systems Development (ISD), Systematic Approach to Training (SAT), or Training Systems Development (TSD) process.
  • Formulate teaching outline and determines instructional methods such as individual training, group instruction, lectures, demonstrations, conferences, meetings, and workshops.
  • Select or develop teaching aids such as training handbooks, demonstration models, practice activities, multimedia visual aids, computer tutorials, and reference works.
  • Design and develop assessments to measure progress and evaluate effectiveness of training.
  • Report on progress of employees under guidance during training periods.
  • Maintain training programs and materials.
Instructional Designer/Data Analyst/ Instructor, 02/2013 to Current
Charter SpectrumTroy, NY,

Implemented and administered the college’s Blackboard LMS to Canvas.
Used data driven needs analysis to design online, instructor-led and blended classroom curriculum to meet student success expectations. Continued on-going evaluation to determine the effectiveness of learning programs and used the assessment to refine content as needed for alignment with outcomes and learner success.
Designed seven faculty professional development modules for the Institutional Technology Training Plan, both online and instructor led, including micro-learning platforms using current design tools, including Articulate 360 and Adobe Creative Suite.

Taught and designed curriculum for freshman Introduction to Information Technology, both online and instructor led.
Developed and implemented assistive technology virtual reality curriculum for children with motor function disabilities, resulting in 100% improvement in the first year.
Created virtual reality courses after analysis and discovery of low student success rates for Anatomy and Physiology I and II. Increased student success by 30%.
Assessed, developed and redesigned a new Introduction to Information Technology curriculum, lowering the amount of time instructors spent in the classroom by 56%.
Developed and wrote the 2019-2020 Institutional Technology Training Plan. Presented to and approved by the Board of Trustees, coming in $28, 467.26 under budget.
Used design best practices and adult learning theory to create a series of MOOCs to enhance technology driven teaching methods.

Instructional Designer, 12/2014 to 09/2019
SelfCity, STATE,
  • Jessica Claire Implemented and administered the college’s Blackboard LMS to Canvas.
  • Used data driven needs analysis to design online, instructor-led and blended classroom curriculum to meet student success expectations.
  • Continued on-going evaluation to determine the effectiveness of learning programs and used the assessment to refine content as needed for alignment with outcomes and learner success.
  • Designed seven faculty professional development modules for the Institutional Technology Training Plan, both online and instructor led, including micro-learning platforms using current design tools, including Articulate 360 and Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Taught and designed curriculum for freshman Introduction to Information Technology, both online and instructor led.
  • Developed and implemented assistive technology virtual reality curriculum for children with motor function disabilities, resulting in 100% improvement in the first year.
  • Created virtual reality courses after analysis and discovery of low student success rates for Anatomy and Physiology I and II.
  • Increased student success by 30%.
  • Assessed, developed and redesigned a new Introduction to Information Technology curriculum, lowering the amount of time instructors spent in the classroom by 56%.
  • Developed and wrote the 2019-2020 Institutional Technology Training Plan.
  • Presented to and approved by the Board of Trustees, coming in $28, 467.26 under budget.
  • Used design best practices and adult learning theory to create a series of MOOCs to enhance technology driven teaching methods.
  • Developed multiple system-based e-learning courses, including simulations and virtual reality content using Adobe Captivate for a software company.
  • Analyzed, developed and transformed an 8-week lecture-based professional development sales program to a 4-week immersive job simulation that included creative and interactive eLearning lessons using comic book challenges, a day with “Calvin the Customer” and an interactive “Keep the Customer Alive,” which replicated a sales experience.
  • Developed multiple instructor-led trainings and Standard Operating Procedures for support executives at a local bank on their SAAS platform.
  • Created standard guidelines and checklists to ensure accuracy and consistent implementation of selected instructional design principles and strategies.
  • Created SOPs using MS Word and converted the SOPs to simulations using ADOBE Captivate.
Education and Training
M.Ed: Instructional Design, Expected in to University of Maryland Global Campus - ,
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M.S: Information Technology , Expected in to University of Maryland Global Campus - ,
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MBA: Business Management, Expected in to University of Maryland Global Campus - ,
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Activities and Honors
Accomplishments

Staff member of the year for Writing, proposal and implementing the North Arkansas College Technology Training Plan.

Accolades for leading a 10 person design team for Microsoft's sales Play immersion 2020. Completed eight creative and innovative sales courses while meeting a tight deadline.

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School Attended

  • University of Maryland Global Campus
  • University of Maryland Global Campus
  • University of Maryland Global Campus

Job Titles Held:

  • Instructional Systems Designer
  • Instructional Designer/Data Analyst/ Instructor
  • Instructional Designer

Degrees

  • M.Ed
  • M.S
  • MBA

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