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Job offered: E-Learning Developer

Type: Full-time
Location: University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

There's a job vacancy at the Learning systems team in the University of Sussex that might be of interest to you:

Quote from the advert:

E-Learning Developer / Integrator Ref 359

*Permanent, full time*

*Salary range: starting at £30,424 and rising to £36,298 per annum. It is normal to appoint at the first point of the salary scale.

*Closing date for applications: 14 November 2013

*Expected start date: As soon as possible

*Proposed date for interviews: 28 November 2013


Sussex University has ambitious plans for learning and teaching, and we are looking for an excellent web developer with knowledge of designing for user experience to join us in our quest to build for great systems for our students.

You will be part of the Learning systems team whose primary focus is the design, development, delivery and maintenance of core systems to support teaching and learning in the University. You will work primarily on the institution’s learning platform, based on Moodle, on a range of projects. In all of our projects, we aim to improve our users’ experience of our systems and to enable mobile use via responsive design.

You should have previous work experience of developing software for the web, in projects that have had a broad impact on the organisation. We’d expect you to have experience of using modern developer tools, and sound skills in PHP, HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. Most of all, you will be excited by emerging web technologies and have the ability to apply them creatively to building systems to support students’ learning. 

Entry added by Paolo Oprandi - Friday, 18 October 2013, 7:54 PM
Last updated - Friday, 18 October 2013, 7:54 PM