Delta Airlines Careers – Senior Learning Designer

Job Description:

The Senior Learning Designer (SLD) position plays a key role in the design and development of airline pilot training programs. This is accomplished using Instructional System Design, Continuous Improvement, Change Management, and Evaluation processes. The position is responsible for producing analysis reports, design documents, curriculum outlines, implementation plans, instructor courseware, and regulatory documentation.

Job Responsibilities:

Employing expert understanding of complex technical training programs, a Senior Learning Designer works with a wide range of stakeholders at all leadership levels to ensure that pilot training programs are effective, efficient, compliant, and aligned with corporate safety and operational objectives. Responsibilities include elements of all phases of the ADDIE process.

Operating in a highly regulated environment, the SLD routinely supports internal and external audits, continuous improvement initiatives, formal research projects, incident investigations, and validations to ensure alignment of courseware with approved curricula.

Successful SLDs maintain expert working knowledge of aviation regulations, related guidance material, corporate requirements, state, and local laws governing Delta’s pilot training programs. This role will analyze multiple sources of data to determine training program effectiveness and efficiency and summarize results in formal reports. With larger projects, SLDs create comprehensive design documents, development plans, implementation plans, and evaluation plans.

Administrative responsibilities include maintaining formal documentation of government and corporate programs, an electronic Program Audit Data Base (PADB), and a training recording/certification system.

Content creation responsibilities include design and development of instructor guides, syllabi, and Learning Objectives Documents.

Job Requirements:

Minimum of five years of training-related work experience required. Minimum of two years of project management experience required. Practical experience working with technical training subjects required. Experience with compliance training required.

Experience designing, developing, or teaching aviation-related subjects strongly preferred. Advanced knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) and associated guidance preferred. Familiarity with the FAA Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) preferred. Experience with training program and compliance auditing preferred.

Must be able to communicate effectively with personnel at all levels (written and verbal) both internally (Delta) and externally (federal regulators, auditors, and other carriers).

Must have the ability to balance multiple priorities and tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.Must have the ability to work both in a team environment and independently to meet project schedules. Intermediate or Advanced skills with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel required. Advanced skill in Adobe Acrobat/FrameMaker or similar publication authoring platform strongly preferred. Experience with content management systems (CMS) preferred. Experience with Smartsheet, MS Visio, MS PowerPoint, MS Project, Adobe Acrobat, and Learning Management Systems (LMS) preferred.

Job Details:

Company:  Delta Air Lines

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Melbourne, FL, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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