Vacancy Details

Instructional Design Lab - Manager

Lead the Instructional Design Lab (IDL). IDL is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing media presentation of content for offered courses. Media include web-pages, animations, engaging activities, simulations, assessments, and short instructional videos.

Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities:


  1. Assist top management in setting, updating, implementing, and evaluating IDL overall strategy.
  2. Develop relevant policies and procedures pertaining to the IDL.
  3. Keep up with applied instructional research and analysis on learners and contexts.


  1. Oversee instructional design activities of related processes.
  2. Oversee integrating instructional material with Learning Management Systems (LMS)
  3. Monitor continuous improvement and quality control of offered courses
  4. Negotiate with experts/trainers and external training providers to design and deliver a comprehensive core in-house instructional material.
  5. Collaborate with vendors in developing instructional material.
  6. Develop and implement new initiatives that enhance course offerings by using emerging trends in teaching and learning.
  7. Ensure that all created learning activities are engaging, compelling, and enhance transfer and retention.


  1. Advise management on size, structure, and caliber related to staffing the IDL
  2. Manage IDL staff in executing their respective responsibilities.
  3. Establish the performance plans for direct subordinates. Guide IDL supervisors in establishing performance plans for their respective subordinates.
  4. Participate in the identification of training and development initiatives for all employees within the Department.
  5. Drive the engagement and satisfaction of all employees within the Department through holding periodic meetings to discuss the achievements and address any employee issues and/or concerns.

Key Interactions and Relationships


  1. Upper management.
  2. Higher-Education Department.
  3. IT & Operation Department.


  1. Local/regional corporations.
  2. Local/regional/global training content providers.
  3. Subject-matter experts

Education & Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s degree in education, instructional/graphics design, educational technologies, computing, or a related field.
  2. Knowledge of various methods of teaching, assessment and instruction.
  3. Knowledge of web-development, computer animation and video editing.
  4. Ability to write effective copy, instructional text, audio/video scripts.
  5. Skills in Lesson planning is a plus.


  1. Minimum 10 years of work experience.
  2. Minimum 5 years of managerial experience.
  3. Proven working experience in instructional design, instructional technology, or web development and web integration.