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4th Sep

Learning Designer

— Progressive Educational Team

Location:
Gloucester (Remote)
Type:
Salary:
Upto £30k
  • Be part of an exciting new L&D project.
  • Join a team changing lives across the UK.
  • Initial fixed term contract but with long term prospects.

We’re looking for a Learning Designer to join one of our clients in Cheltenham. The role will be remote with great flexibility options long term but a driver’s license and the ability to travel on occasion will be required.

What you’ll be doing

This role is to join an organisation that is responsible for positively changing people’s lives up and down the country. The team’s purpose is to help those with special needs and disabilities secure the right education and care.

As a Learning Designer you will join the L&D (learning and development) team and support on the implementation of a new digital learning platform as well as the creation of learning content for a wide variety of courses.

Reporting into the head of L&D you will work alongside a Moodle administrator and focus on internal learning programmes for staff across the business. Moodle is the learning platform of choice, but previous experience isn’t required; more important is a passion for storytelling and a desire to make the complex, simple.

The courses you’ll be creating will vary greatly. To create content you’ll be supported with access to articulate 360 but longer term they would love to find someone that has a desire to create their own assets and materials; this could include graphic design elements, video content, photography and scripts.

What you’ll need to be considered

  • A background in the creative industries or learning and development (be that learning design, instructional design, or other learning content creation).
  • A confident writer, able to generate copy for learning programs, intro’s, descriptions, instructions and assessments.
  • An eye for design and creativity, with the ability to storyboard and conceptualise learning materials.
  • Experience with Moodle highly desirable but not essential.
  • Good stakeholder management experience, comfortable taking feedback and engaging with staff to get the most from the platform.
  • Organised and capable of managing large volumes of content.
  • Able to work remotely but with access to a car and the ability to travel to client sites on occasion.
  • Passionate about digital learning and making a difference to peoples lives.

What’s next
Please apply with an up to date CV to be considered. This is initially a 12 month fixed term contract if you’re looking for permanent please do apply too and we can explain the context / future opportunities there.

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Who's managing this role?

Sam Firth

Sam Firth

— Head of Design UX, UI & Design Recruitment