British Pharmacological Society – Learning Technologist
The British Pharmacological Society is seeking an experienced Learning Technologist to drive and support the technical development of a range of leading edge assessment and e-learning products.
This new, full-time role will be dedicated almost entirely to supporting the Society’s new start-up, BPS Assessment Ltd (BPSA). Working with the BPSA team, its consultants, clients and the broader Society, you will be asked to build and project manage our developing e-learning portfolio, from requirements gathering and concept generation through to deployment, ensuring all developments are on schedule and within budget and identifying and managing any technical risks.
You will be an experienced, self-starting, results-oriented learning technology specialist or instructional designer, with an existing interest in the latest e-learning and e-assessment technologies, and a desire to broaden your horizons. You will have demonstrable, high-level experience with key technologies such as Moodle, a knowledge of e-learning best practice and compliance, and a track record of supporting internal and external clients with the highest standards of customer service.
The British Pharmacological Society’s Learning Technologist will be ‘hands on’ in project delivery, client support, sales support and in online educational innovation. The position will suit a candidate who enjoys working in a small organisation with exciting growth plans, whilst working on your own initiative.
How to apply
The closing date for applications is 19 January 2018. Interviews will be conducted during the final week of January or the first week in February. In exceptional cases we reserve the right to interview candidates before the closing deadline.
To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter to: email@example.com
We welcome all applications for this role. However, please note that we will only review CVs when accompanied by a covering letter explaining why this position is of interest to you.
Entry added by Jonathan Bruun
- Wednesday, 27 December 2017, 10:23 PM
Last updated - Wednesday, 27 December 2017, 11:29 PM