The Business Strategy & Operations organization provides business critical insights using analytics, ensures cross functional alignment of goals and execution, and helps teams drive strategic partnerships and new initiatives forward. We stay focused on aligning the highest-level company priorities with strong day-to-day operations, and help evolve early stage ideas into future-growth initiatives.
As an Instructional Designer on the Sales Mastery team, you will be critical to helping our teams succeed.
The Go-to-Market Operations (GtM) team ensures Google's complex and ever-evolving Ads business runs smoothly. We are instrumental in setting go-to-market strategy, and ensuring flawless execution and operations against the strategy. We have teams embedded in each of the major Ads business areas as well as global teams that work across the business areas. Team members are analytical and strategic, with a pragmatic sense of how to get things done.
- Work as part of your team to deliver product training in a creative and exciting way.
- Develop innovative and engaging training programs at scale; customize where appropriate (e.g. for role, location, situation).
- Partner with content and skills experts to bring a cohesive development experience to our Global Business Organization (GBO).
- Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, related field or equivalent practical experience.
- 5 years of experience designing, developing and testing e-learning content.
- Experience developing original learning products in HTML5 or other development languages/environments.
- Experience writing and designing sales training materials (product or soft skills training) for either in-person or online delivery.
- Experience in Project Management; ability to multi-task and advance activities across multiple concurrent work-streams.
- Experience designing learning programs (or online media) in the digital marketing industry.
- Experience making e-learning exciting, fun and social.
- Experience with and fluent in current and emerging adult learning theory and how it is put into practice in corporate learning.
- Outstanding editing, writing, and critical reasoning, interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate complex concepts concisely and clearly.