The PHOENIX Group is a pan-European pharmaceutical wholesaling and retailing company - one of the top 5 pharmaceutical wholesalers in the world. It operates exclusively in Europe with its UK headquarters based in Runcorn, Cheshire, from where it supports a UK network of 13 distribution depots, over 500 retail community pharmacies and over 6,000 + staff nationwide.
This is an exciting time to join the Phoenix Group as it goes through a period of change where there is an increased focus on providing high quality learning opportunities to managers and staff across the Group. Working alongside other eLearning Developers and reporting to the Group Learning and Development Manager this role provides an opportunity to make a real difference and to continue to develop your own skills and knowledge.
Our requirement is for an eLearning Developer who can both design and develop eLearning courses, typically working on 2-3 projects at a time.
The main responsibilities and objectives of this eLearning Developer role are:
Working with a diverse group of internal and external clients and subject matter experts to define requirements
Storyboarding using SCORM compliant and mainstream authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline
Working closely with content creators, graphics and other internal resources to adapt content into creative and engaging courses
Undertaking numerous diverse projects to create eLearning courses that cover a very broad range of businesses
Providing a strong creative influence
The eLearning Developer will need to have the following skills and experience:
Experience in a similar role as either an eLearning Developer or eLearning designer
It is critical to have experience in course creation as well as design
Experience with Articulate and operating in a Moodle environment
Creative flair and demonstrable design skills
Previous experience designing and developing courses that incorporate audio and video
Ideally some basic web development skills in HTML and CSS
Comfortable using Excel to produce business critical reporting.