Job Title: Instructional Designer

Organization: US HealthConnect

Looking for a fast-paced, forward-thinking work environment where you can grow your career? Do the latest advances in the field of medicine fascinate you? Then look no further than ReachMD! We’re currently seeking qualified candidates for a full-time Instructional Designer in our Fort Washington office.

The Instructional Designer is responsible for providing learning experience-driven strategic direction in the development and implementation of healthcare education media. This role will work closely with business development, client services, and content teams to help deliver the highest quality needs assessments, proposals, and project executions.

What a day in the life of a ReachMD Instructional Designer looks like:

Specific responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
 

  • Leading teams in the design, development, and evaluation of clinical learning experiences, including branched virtual patient simulations.

  • Standardizing best practices, procedures, and job aides to ensure the effective and efficient design and development of clinical learning experiences:

    • Conducting needs analyses

    • Storyboarding

    • Facilitating design and development work sessions

    • Writing, designing, and developing content (including audio and video media)

    • Creating data metric and assessment scoring systems

    • Preparing learning experiences for medical/legal review

  • Assessing disease state, product, and brand awareness needs for clients.

  • Researching updates from clinical, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries to inform and advise editorial and business development teams.

  • Translating dense, technical academic information into engaging, persuasive messages.

  • Participating in client meetings as an educational subject matter expert.

  • Utilizing data analytics to inform current and future service recommendations.

  • Generating creative, evidence-based client solutions to drive business development.

  • Networking with clinical specialists and medical/scientific affairs representatives in various academic and health industry sectors.

  • Attending health professional conferences, talks, and events.


What we expect from qualified candidates:
 

  • Possess an advanced Instructional Design degree and 3+ years of E-Learning work experience (BS, Masters certification, PhD, EdD, etc).

  • Possess exceptional verbal, analytical, written, and presentational communication skills.

  • Understand the processes of clinical research, pharmaceutical product development, and approvals.

  • Exhibit strong leadership and teaching qualities.

  • Demonstrate superior interpersonal skills to create and sustain relationships with clinicians, clinical educators, and industry leaders.

  • Be flexible and independent while working in a fast-paced environment.

  • Communicate effectively and consistently with clients and vendors.

  • Maintain excellent attention to detail.

  • Understand content strategies and trends that will guide engagement.

  • Possess strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize.

  • Be able to travel and work extended hours as needed.

  • Be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


What qualified candidates can expect from us:

Along with a competitive salary and benefits package, we offer a modern working environment that supports work/life balance. We value hard work and a positive, can-do attitude, and in return, we foster a fun, friendly, and team-oriented culture.

So who are we? ReachMD is a medical education company specialized in providing relevant and practical education for healthcare professionals to help improve patient outcomes. Our dedication to delivering the absolute best learning experience can be seen in our comprehensive library of over 10,000 programs, our multiyear award-winning digital platforms, and the vast range of topics we cover.

Interested? Please submit your resume, and salary requirements. Submissions without salary requirements will not be considered. No phone calls please.