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Learning Designer (maternity cover)

Nottingham Trent University - Professional Services

Location: Nottingham
Salary: £34,304 to £38,587 p.a. Grade H
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 12th October 2021
Closes: 22nd October 2021
Job Ref: 009540

This role is a fixed term contract until 14th October 2022.

NTU is creating the University, reimagined. At the heart of this mission is an ambition to create opportunities for every student through a high quality, flexible, and personalised student experience. NTU will approach this by weaving face-to-face and digital provision across all new and existing courses.

FlexNTU is an initiative created to support the transformation of our award-winning campus-based provision through continuous innovation in methods of delivery, including support for lifelong learning. The growing Flex team is part of the Centre for Academic Development and Quality and supports the ever-changing portfolio in the pursuit of a student experience that is both high quality and inclusive.

As well as the development of new and existing online and blended courses, the Flex team manage and support staff in the use of the Virtual Learning Environment and its related technologies.

You will be at the heart of NTU's digital learning transformation, working in partnership with academic colleagues to co-design and develop modules that deliver high-quality online and blended learning. You will be responsible for the project management of a portfolio of modules that you will be responsible for throughout their lifecycle. You will work with your Flex team colleagues to share ideas and best practice and work collaboratively to creatively solve problems that input into our continuously improving development processes.

Responsibilities

  1. Work in partnership with academic colleagues to co-design online and blended modules through design workshops
  2. Project manage the development and maintenance schedule for your portfolio of modules
  3. Create high-quality content, including multimedia learning objects
  4. Support the evaluation and maintenance of existing provision
  5. Maintain personal scholarship using the latest research and rigorous evaluation of the modules you develop to input into the team's development model

NTU is looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual with relevant skills who wants to work in a dynamic and creative team in an emerging specialism. The successful candidate will go through development and support to round out their expertise.

Nottingham Trent University prides itself on being an inclusive employer and encourages applications from candidates who represent the diversity of our local communities and wider society.

If you are interested and want to know more, please contact Gemma Stafford-Keal, Senior Learning Designer, gemma.stafford-keal@ntu.ac.uk

Shortlisting: w/c 25th October

Interview: Tuesday 2nd November

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