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Digital Learning Manager

Swansea University

Location: Work from home
Salary: £42,149 to £50,296 per annum (pro-rata) together with USS pension benefits
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 17th November 2021
Closes: 15th December 2021
Job Ref: SD02535

Hours: 35 per week

Location: SALT is currently working remotely, and the intention is for this to continue in the current circumstances. Post Covid the position will be based on the Singleton Campus.

Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching works together with Faculty and professional service colleagues through discussion, reflection, and inspiration so that teaching continually develops and Swansea students experience valuable learning opportunities. This is achieved by shaping and supporting staff pedagogic development so Swansea continues to be recognised for its outstanding learning and teaching environment, driving a positive impact on the student experience.

SALT leads and provides support for various projects and activities including, amongst many others, an annual Excellence in Learning and Teaching conference, staff Learning and Teaching Award scheme, a supported pathway for AdvanceHE Fellowship and the delivery of PGCert teaching in Higher Education.

We are seeking to appoint an experienced, innovative, and dynamic individual to join the management team. This will be a challenging and demanding role, requiring excellent leadership, management and communication skills, personal organisation and flexibility, including the need to work to absolute deadlines. The role holder will have a key position in ensuring the University’s aims to embed effective practice in learning and teaching, pedagogic professional development, technology enhanced and blended learning across the institution.

Leading and working with a team of learning and teaching academic developers, with a cross campus remit, the manager will translate the requirements and demands of the university and external bodies into strategies and activities that will deliver enhancement, innovation, and other relevant services in an effective and efficient manner.

They will be responsible for the leadership and management of projects and services of the Technology Enhanced Learning Development team. This will involve actively managing, prioritising, monitoring and regularly reporting on SALT activities and work streams while considering institutional and SALT strategic targets and aims.

Essential criteria for the post include:

  • Demonstrable evidence, experience, and the ability to operate within the University’s Leadership Values.
  • A graduate with either a postgraduate or higher qualification and/or HEA recognition.
  • Significant relevant knowledge of learning and teaching in higher education, the associated pedagogies, and practical experience of staff development in HE. With an ability to apply and disseminate the reasons underpinning the use of technology in learning and teaching in HE.
  • Strong understanding of excellent leadership and management, with proven experience of delivering high quality projects and services or team management experience in a HE or equivalent environment.
  • Demonstrable evidence of user and stakeholder engagement in developing and delivering relevant projects and services.

Informal enquiries are welcome and should be directed to Simon Gibbon, Head of SALT - s.gibbon@swansea.ac.uk

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