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Job offered: Moodle Developer

Type: Full-time
Location: Bracknell United Kingdom

We are a global training organization looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Moodle developer to maintain and improve our current elearning platform. The individual would be responsible for the day to day working of our elearning platform and would report directly to the Business head of the department. The role is a part of a dynamic onshore and offshore team of creative individuals responsible to design and develop engaging and interactive elearning modules and training programmes. Having prior knowledge and experience in working on Moodle development would be essential for this role.

You will work with business stakeholders to understand new requirements and implement them to the elearning platform. You will also work with course creators to ensure that the systems of learning within the organisation are fully supported. Having active interest in developments in educational technology is very important as you will require to research and investigate cutting edge solution that will keep the elearning portal up to date in market. Experience in managing and administering server and database based applications is necessary in order to provide the quality of service required.

If you are interested and wish to receive further information about the job description, please mail us your latest CV on support@theknowledgeacademy.com putting 'Moodle Developer Role' as reference in your mail subject.


Entry added by Sangeetha Menon - Wednesday, 11 February 2015, 11:57 PM
Last updated - Wednesday, 11 February 2015, 11:58 PM