If you wish to thrive in developing and implementing training strategies necessary for talent succession, then Instructional Designer Jobs are well suited for you. Being an Instructional Designer, you become a part of training and organizational development team which allows you to invest in diverse organizations. Basic qualification for an Instructional Designer include graduation, post graduation or MBA from a recognized university or institute. An Instructional Designer should have good knowledge of ID theories and practices, should be proficient in working with MS Word and PowerPoint. Skills that an Instructional Designer should possess are being innovative and able to think outside the box. Other skills include excellent communication, proficient in research & development in order to incorporate the latest trends in learning activities. Instructional Designers should have a good rapport among the people and should know how to break the ice and open conversation with them. Instructional Designer responsibilities include preparing interactive learning activities and innovative course content. Involving themselves in discussions with subject matter experts and identifying training requirements. Create and manage organizational communication such as corporate newsletters and presentations, liaise with the business development team to create business proposals and respond to requests for information. Instructional Designers are required to engage themselves in the planning, development, and assessment of learning programs and professional development of target audiences. Create a job alert for Instructional Designer Jobs and find job opportunities by uploading your latest CV on www.monsterindia.com.