Job DetailsFull-timeEstimated: $77,000 – $97,000 a year12 hours ago
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience.
Experience in technical writing, product documentation, or online publishing.
Experience writing for adult learners and educational materials.
Experience contributing to and developing learning and/or content management systems.
Ability to understand and apply concepts (e.g., gamification).
Awareness and understanding of child development principle and children’s learning styles.
About the job
Technology never stops evolving. Part of the engEDU educational team, Instructional Designers know what our engineers need to know and how to teach it. Using human learning principles, you develop Google’s training programs by assessing Googler needs, designing curriculum and coordinating rollout to stakeholders all over the world.
You evaluate training opportunities, participant satisfaction and program stability to make sure that Google’s technical development programs are teaching skills that are truly valuable while reaching as many Googlers as possible. From face-to-face instruction to collaborative webinars, training programs can take any form and need to translate for Googlers of all backgrounds, levels and regions.
You design training courses based on human learning principles and the needs of stakeholders, as your manage clients across Product Areas and geographies.
Our Content Strategy team specializes in writing, evaluating, and curating family-oriented content for our users. We also help teams across Google understand their audience as they shape their product roadmaps for family use.
Design, test, and improve rating frameworks, training materials, and learning and content management systems.
Strategize and produce content for app developers to help them understand and succeed in the program.
Design internal educational and training materials and systems for team members who help oversee the quality and accuracy of rating programs.
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