Instructional Designer (Full Time Entry-Level)

Name of Organization: 
Avigilon Corporation
How to apply: 

Please address your application (cover letter and resume) to Joel Rhein and submit it directly to

Opportunity Description + Organization Information: 


Avigilon is opening up a new role for an Instructional Designer (Entry-Level). This exciting opportunity includes developing online visually engaging and interactive training experiences. Based in our Vancouver office and reporting to the Lead Instructional Designer, this role focuses on developing educational experiences for employees through applying current instructional and visual communication design practices.

Responsibilities include:

- Developing and maintaining visually engaging and interactive online employee training experiences that are inventive and inspiring

- Creating unique and creative training experiences which incorporate contemporary instructional design theories and participant-focused activities that are visually stimulating and inviting

- Creating appealing visual communication (such as infographics, videos, animations, and more) that employ graphic design principles and techniques

- Quality controlling and improving online training experiences through developing interactive and imaginative participant-focused activities (such as simulations, games, videos, animations, graphics, or other visual communication)

- Working with subject matter experts to create and maintain training experiences for Avigilon’s employees

- Maintaining and updating existing training based on product introductions, product changes, sales strategy changes, and feedback

- Performing effective project management to meet established deadlines

- Establishing project outlines and deadlines for projects

- Building scalable and repeatable processes for the scoping, creation, maintenance, and launch of training experiences

- Performing basic tasks in the Avigilon Training Center such as uploading or replacing published SCORM files

- Evaluating training by measuring results and recommending changes




- Preference will be given to those with a recent degree or diploma in instructional design, visual communication, interaction design, media arts, graphic design, educational studies, adult education,or a very closely related field

- Proven knowledge of graphic design or visual communication design principles

- Experience developing participant-centered training experiences that focused heavily ondeveloping graphic design, visual communication, or multimedia materials

- Proficiency with a variety of graphic editors such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, AdobeFlash, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premiere, Camtasia, GoAnimate, etc.

Friday, July 13, 2018 (All day)