|Salary:||£35,333 to £37,474 per annum|
|Placed On:||8th February 2023|
|Closes:||5th March 2023|
Library and Learning Resources is seeking to appoint to the role of Learning Developer within the Student Learning Development and Research Support Team. You will work with other Learning Developers and Learning and Research Support Librarians within the team to provide guidance and consultancy to students and staff in the specialist field of academic practices and literacies. Working closely with course teams, you will work to enhance and reduce the barriers to learning and embed academic literacies. As a member of the wider Library team, you will work with others to deliver services that put students at the centre of our operations.
Learning Developers are responsible for developing the academic practices of students at all levels of study, both on campus and remotely or within workplace settings. You will create bespoke content that can be accessed by students on and off-site via our Learning Skills Hub or Virtual Learning Environment, deliver and co-deliver embedded curriculum content and provide one to one and group/tutorial support. You will also provide support for work-based learning and be flexible in your approach to delivery.
This post will be primarily based at the Medway campus alongside academic and professional service colleagues to support courses based at the Medway campus. You will primarily be supporting medicine, health, and social care disciplines, but will be required to support other discipline areas as required and contribute to cross-team delivery at the Canterbury campus.
The ideal candidate
We are looking for someone with experience of developing student learning who is excited by the opportunity to work collaboratively to support student success and grow academic confidence. This is an ideal post to nurture your ability to understand course requirements and tailor our academic skills offer so that it is relevant and framed within the context of the disciplines supported. We are looking for someone who has experience of developing and sustaining positive working relationships and who is able to work sensitively with students from a range of cultural and academic backgrounds.
How to apply
Closing date for applications: 5th March 2023
Interviews are to be held: 27th March 2023
For an information conversation about the role please contact Kristy Widdicombe-Dutch, Assistant Director: Student Learning Development & Research Support at email@example.com
Please ensure you include contact details of two employment referees in your application, one of which must be your current/ most recent line manager.
Please note applications must be made online via the University website; details sent directly via email cannot be considered. Application should be in the form of CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the person specification.
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