Educational Technologist and Trainer
Salary: £24,164 - £25,974 per annum
Post Ref: 225007 Hours: 37 per week Base: King's Lynn
A Golden Handshake of £3,000 is applicable, which is payable on joining.
Due to an on-going commitment from the college to drive improvement in the use of Technology Enhanced Learning, they have an exciting opportunity for an individual to work within their multidisciplinary technology enhanced learning and resources team. Based at their Kings Lynn Campus as the Educational Technologist and Trainer you will work across all of their sites to help staff make informed decisions about their use of digital technologies to enhance learning experiences and support them in the effective use of college learning systems. You will also act as product owner for a number of key learning systems.
You will be responsible for the co-ordination and delivery of digital learning technologies support for users within their areas of responsibility using a range of methods. Reporting to the Learning Experience Manager and working closely with a team of specialists in learning resources you will contribute your skills and knowledge to a team providing effective digital learning support and training services to their user community. You will be the primary contact for support of digital learning technologies and act as a focal point for the co-ordination and assessment of user requirements through the formulation of customer plans.
You must have Level 3 qualification, or equivalent, in digital technologies, information management or IT or be willing to obtain. You must have a teaching qualification e.g. Certificate in Education and Training (L4)/CTLLS or equivalent, or be willing to obtain and Level 2 English and Maths (GCSE A*-C,4-9) qualification or equivalent, or be willing to obtain them. You must have experience of working with and supporting a wide range of curriculum specifications and qualifications, designing and developing training materials paper and on-line and presenting complex information so that it can be easily understood by non-technical staff. You must also have experience of providing training in a variety of applications/systems e.g. SharePoint, Office 365, users own personal devices, Moodle and other learning systems.
How to Apply
Please note that uploading your CV is the first stage of the application process. You will be sent an email with a link to complete an online application form, which you must complete to be considered.