The Learning & Development Instructional Designer is responsible for designing and developing learning practices and experiences for GitLab’s People Group Learning & Development team. This is achieved by enhancing synchronous and asynchronous learning for GitLab team members and the wider community. The goal of this job family is to help audiences achieve their desired learning outcomes by developing new, engaging, and effective learning solutions and instructional experiences.
The Associate Instructional Designer reports to the Learning & Development Manager.
The Associate Instructional Designer is a grade 5.
The Instructional Designer (Intermediate) reports to the Learning & Development Manager.
The Instructional Designer (Intermediate) is a grade 6.
The Senior Instructional Designer reports to the Learning & Development Manager.
The Senior Instructional Designer is a grade 7.
The Technical Instructional Designer is responsible for designing and developing new, engaging, and effective learning solutions and instructional experiences for GitLab team members and the wider community that help these audiences achieve desired learning outcomes.
The next step in the Instructional Design job family is to move into management or leadership which is not yet defined at GitLab. Currently, the Instructional Designer reports to the Learning & Development Manager job family.
Candidates for this position can expect the hiring process to follow the order below. Please keep in mind that candidates can be declined from the position at any stage of the process.
Additional details about our process can be found on our hiring page.
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