|Salary:||£24,494 to £26,624 per annum|
|Placed On:||30th June 2020|
|Closes:||19th July 2020|
The Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences and the School of Nursing and Midwifery within Birmingham City University has an outstanding global reputation for the education of health professionals, assisted by first rate facilities and teaching opportunities. We are now looking to enhance and expand our course portfolio by appointing two Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching Support Technicians to help strengthen, broaden and deliver against our strategic learning and teaching digitisation plans.
Our vision as a School of Nursing and Midwifery is to aspire to lead Nursing and Midwifery education. To be the first choice for students and apprentices, colleagues and employers within Birmingham, across the West Midlands, Nationally and Globally.
Directly embedded within the School academic teams, you will use your experience of digital learning technologies, to identify, prioritise and develop creative solutions for the delivery of dynamic content within interactive virtual platforms to enhance the learner experience. You will be able to evaluate and implement a range of technologies and digital approaches within our Virtual Learning Environment Moodle.
We are looking for a champion of new and existing technologies, an individual who is up to date and cognisant of the empirical evidence base surrounding digital learning, who can confidently evaluate new and emerging tools and approaches.
You will have excellent communication skills and the ability to work within teams. You will have a passion for supporting others in their own development for digital skills acquisition. You will be required to produce evaluation reports and have good presentation skills to enable you to present feedback on technologies as required.
As a successful applicant you will:
You must hold a degree in a relevant IT or Learning Technology subject, alongside English Language and Maths at GCSE or equivalent. Experience of working in a Higher Education setting is desirable as is direct experience of working with Moodle.
We encourage applicant to arrange an informal discussion prior to their application; to do so please contact Dr Melanie Humphreys Melanie.Humphreys@bcu.ac.uk.
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