The Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning (CTEL) at King’s College London is seeking to appoint a full-time permanent Learning Technologist (Faculty Liaison).
The Learning Technologist (Faculty Liaison) will be responsible for providing faculty engagement and context in support of King’s digital education activities and projects. This will involve communicating with a range of individuals including TEL colleagues and senior stakeholders within faculties and departments.
The successful candidate will foster a creative, open, positive working environment with faculties and departments delivering the benefits of pedagogic and technology projects. They will be a self-motivated and enthusiastic individual with excellent facilitation, communication and engagement skills. Additionally, they will have a proven track record in effectively supporting institutional TEL/digital education initiatives.
The postholder will work with allocated faculties and departments, feeding into future digital education projects and will contribute to formal and informal groups engaged in the delivery of digital education projects, service improvements and initiatives.
As Education Solutions/CTEL is a central focus for digital education across King’s the postholder will be required to interact with people who are strategically important to the department. It is therefore essential to portray a favourable and highly professional impression to both internal and external contacts.
This role is based at Lavington Street (Guy’s Campus) with travel to other campuses expected. Flexible working arrangements are available.
This post will be offered on a full-time, indefinite contract.
- Provide faculty engagement and context in support of King’s digital education/TEL activities and projects.
- Act as a consultant, mentor and/or change-agent for staff within King’s in relation to digital education initiatives.
- Actively liaise and engage with key faculty members including TEL Leads, Vice Deans for Education, Student Experience leads, academic and professional services staff.
- Support the implementation of King’s Vision 2029/Strategy 2026, contributing to the development of digital education as a university-wide endeavour.
- Lead on the design, development, implementation and evaluation of the effective use of learning technologies through mini projects and service improvements.
- Design, develop and deliver digital education resources, videos, workshops and CPD activities.
- Support the creation and implementation of digital education technologies/ solutions for King’s, inputting to policy and change management discussions as required.
- Investigate faculty/department requirements in the complexities of digital education practice, providing guidance and context to central projects and initiatives.
- Support projects by assessing/analysing need and generating original ideas/solutions through workshops, one-off consultations and collaborations.
- Communicate project activities, news and service status to faculty/department stakeholders via face-to-face and online means.
- Draw upon and contribute to the development of understanding and practice in the field of digital education through engagement with discussions (formal and informal), conferences, workshops, research and other events at a national or international level.
The above list of responsibilities may not be exhaustive, and the post holder will be required to undertake such tasks and responsibilities as may reasonably be expected within the scope and grading of the post.