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Job Title : Instructional Designer
Department : Training (part of Customer Success)
Location : Chennai, India
The Training team is a small (but nimble and highly efficient) team within Zuora responsible for delivering product training to our customers, partners and employees.
We’re collaborative (but still expect each other to own our respective projects); passionate about learning (but realize we must balance time-
to-market with perfection); open to giving and receiving honest feedback (but are always kind) so that, in the end, we deliver the highest quality product.
In late 2016, we launched paid subscription access to Zuora University and now we’re looking for an Instructional Designer, based in Chennai, to be a key member of our growing team in India.
The Instructional Designer for Zuora University develops training for multiple modalities of learning (in-person and virtual instructor-
led, e-learning), partnering with a visual designer to create courseware from the ground up .
task, asses risk and develop mitigationsBuild strong relationships and collaborate across functions and levelsApply current industry research and trends, driving best practices within instructional design and deliveryMeet deadlines in a fast-
paced, rapidly-changing environmentTake initiative, be self-directed and flexible; tolerate ambiguity and collaborate