Instructional Designer & Facilitator
Mountain View, California

Born from X, Alphabet's moonshot factory, Chronicle is advancing cybersecurity for enterprises of all sizes. We are dedicated to helping companies find and stop cyber attacks before they cause harm. We work with the entire security industry to give good the advantage in the fight against cybercrime. Joining experts in large-scale cloud computing, big data, machine learning, and cybersecurity, you'll help build out the next generation of security intelligence solutions.


About the Role:

As part of the People Operations team, you will be our first Instructional Designer & Facilitator for Chronicle. In this role, you will be an essential part of the small People Operations (POps) team at Chronicle and work closely with HR Business Partners and our Executive team to understand business goals to design learning experiences for managers, executives and our employees across Chronicle. You will have an integral role in helping Chronicle define the Learning and Development (L&D) strategy, ensuring it’s aligned with our company vision, mission and design principles. You will diagnose, research and scope scalable learning solutions that are aligned with the company needs and be responsible for facilitating experiences that drive key business goals and metrics. You will leverage relationships within People Development at Google to take advantage of the resources available to Alphabet companies.

You are experienced at effectively managing stakeholder relationships and easily build trust and credibility with customers and peers. You possess strong business acumen, are an excellent communicator and team player and have experience managing multiple projects and resources simultaneously in a fast-paced environment. You love helping others through the journey of learning. You are scrappy and resourceful, and a highly motivated self starter who thrives in ambiguity and enjoys presenting in front of small and large audiences. You love to make an impact with your work. We are a dynamic organization that likes to run experiments so are looking for a colleague who is excited about trying new things and offering a creative yet efficient, and client-centric approach to HR solutions.



  • Analyze business needs to determine whether there is a knowledge or skill gap and define performance objectives
  • Collaborate with leaders and subject matter experts in a variety of fields to help translate their knowledge into an effective learning experience for Chronicle employees
  • Develop a range of learning experiences, including: Instructor-led training (ILT) design, interactive e-learning modules, videos, job aides, facilitator guides and resource materials to execute execute against Learning & Development strategy
  • Facilitate and deliver learning programs for Chronicle employees
  • Develop valid training evaluation tools that evaluate behavioral and business impact
  • Build strong relationships with stakeholders to set and manage expectations, create project plans, and regularly communicate project updates and status
  • Ensure and drive best practices standardization across teams, content and sites
  • Source vendors and serve as the central point of contact and feedback, support and direction to external vendors who are building learning assets or products for our team

Minimum Qualifications:

  • BA/BS degree in Learning Design, Education or other related field, or equivalent practical experience
  • 7-10 years of experience designing, implementing and facilitating learning solutions for a variety of formats and audiences (e.g. instructor-led training, e-learning, etc)
  • Excellent communication, writing and editing skills for the purpose of knowledge transfer and skill development
  • Excellent coordination, project management, and organization skills and ability to multi-task and advance activities across multiple concurrent workstreams
  • Ability to build relationships and to collaborate effectively with highly technical subject matter experts to develop training content and curricula
  • Comfort with e-Learning design and development tools

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master's or PhD degree in Leadership Development, Organizational Development, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Learning Design or the equivalent
  • Subject-matter expertise in adult development including self-awareness, behavior change, and relevant domains (leadership, followership, resilience, complexity, etc.)
  • Experience with visual design
  • Experience developing localization-friendly and accessible learning solutions

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