Manager, Learning Technology / Learning Technologist (Central Projects)

The London Institute of Banking & Finance

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

The London Institute of Banking & Finance was founded in 1879 as the Institute of Bankers and is today a leading international provider of financial education. We offer highly regarded Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degrees, a broad range of Professional and Specialist qualifications and Financial Capability Programmes in schools.

Working with The London Institute of Banking & Finance means becoming part of an inspired and passionate team focused on a common goal – to advance banking and finance by providing outstanding education and thinking, tailored to the needs of business, individuals, and society.

The Digital Learning and Libraries Department is looking to recruit a candidate with significant experience of developing learning materials across a range of media. They will have a sound knowledge of learning and teaching theories alongside an awareness of the pedagogical application of learning technologies, and are likely to have had some experience of managing and motivating colleagues.

Our learning experiences are developed by a team which sits within a matrix structure. This leads to this role having two distinct, but complementary functions. Firstly, the horizontal management/support of our team of Learning Technologists who work across each of our business areas. Here the job holder will facilitate design meetings, and support colleagues with their work and professional development. The second aspect of the role is that of a Learning Technologist for any central projects. This is likely to be both the development of any learning materials that do not fit within the business areas, eg. alumni projects, materials/experiences developed for staff, and any broader organisational-wide projects – eg. developing our e-learning platform(s), coordinating projects with e-learning partners etc.

Additionally, this role will provide back up for the Multi-media Producer (both planned when the workload is heavy, and unplanned to cover absences) and will also, like other LTs, provide back-up support for LTs across the matrix.

The right candidate comes with an experience of e-learning which includes commissioning and development of multi-media learning objects, managing LMS/VLEs content and development, and is used to building / developing e-learning and multi-media content using a range of tools. They will have a passion for being innovative and for enhancing the learning experience.

With knowledge of the standards of web accessibility, usability and customer service, the job holder will have excellent organisational, communication, and influencing skills and will enjoy working on multiple projects in a deadline driven environment.

For further details and to apply please visit: http://www.libf.ac.uk/about-us/vacancies and submit your CV with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role.

If you require further information about the post or how to apply please contact hr@libf.ac.uk. Please note applications must be made online, any applications submitted directly via email will not be considered.

Closing date: Tuesday 23rd January, 9am
Interview date: Wednesday 31st January

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