|£33,966 to £39,347 per annum
|9th February 2024
|3rd March 2024
Hours: 36.25 hours per week
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Are you ready to help us shape the future of veterinary medicine? The new School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Central Lancashire is the first facility of its kind to open in the county. Come and join our dynamic and expanding Digital Education Team supporting online, blended, and on-campus learning at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The successful applicant will utilise learning design methodologies, user experience and interface theories, along with digital and visual design principles to create engaging, innovative, and pedagogically sound online and blended learning courses and content. Experience in creating high quality multimedia content for digital learning environments such as video and photography, graphics, animation, audio and interactive content using appropriate software is essential for this role.
This position involves leading various projects, providing an opportunity to contribute significantly to the enhancement of the teaching and learning experience for both staff and students within the school. In addition to the required technical knowledge and experience, you should demonstrate within your application effective communication and time management skills, the ability to collaborate and engage with multiple projects, and collaborative team working.
The successful applicant will have an honours degree or equivalent industry experience.
Informal enquiries are welcomed - please contact Colette Fuller, Digital Education Manager, School of Veterinary Medicine via email in the first instance email@example.com
Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. This position is based in Preston.
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