Assistant Director (Instructional Design)

  • Job Category
    Public / Civil Service, Others
  • Contract type

Job Description

You provide leadership and specialist advice on learning design, curriculum development, assessment, and evaluation for the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). On this, you analyse, evaluate, and improve the quality of learning, curriculum and learning designs in terms of effectiveness, efficiency and engagement. You also formulate and promulgate relevant frameworks and doctrines to improve formal learning and workplace learning, and ensure that the curriculum development standards in the SAF align with industry practices and trends. You use technologies aptly in the formulation of learning design, assessment and evaluation. Your challenge lies in keeping abreast of standards and practices in the curriculum and education industry, working closely with various stakeholders, including external established institutions, to seek out, forge partnerships, and collaborate to advance and harmonize curriculum development, learning frameworks and practices in the SAF.

You must have a tertiary qualification in learning, training or curriculum development or a related field, with at least 5 years’ of relevant work experience in learning and training development/ management. Possession of a postgraduate degree in learning, training or curriculum development, or professional qualification in adult learning, is advantageous. You must be familiar with the latest developments and trends in learning/ curriculum development principles, learning/ curriculum design frameworks and learning technology used in educational institutions and workplace. You must have led and managed a team (4 or more persons) to develop and implement learning initiatives/ projects. Having strong analytical, problem-solving, project management skills is required.

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Closing on 25 Apr 2021