E-Learning/Instructional Designer

City of London
£28000 - £35000 per annum + excellent benefits
07 Apr 2013
05 May 2013
Stephanie Williams
HR & Training
Contract Type
Full Time

My clients a leading Consultancy currently seek an Instructional Designer/E-Learning Designer, Canary Wharf, Permanent, c.35k plus excellent benefits.

This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join this team as they embed new policy, process and procedures and drive forward a robust and cutting edge Learning Design offering to the business. As an integral part of a collaborative team you will have significant ownership of designing content and material for a specific business area with the support of juniors. This is within a business where there is particular business appetite for cutting edge and futuristic learning technology including blended, mobile and social learning.

Key duties will include:

- Independent and close partnering with key business stakeholders to understand their specific needs explaining the learning design process and translating their requirements into course material.

- Leading all design activity across blended, mobile and social learning.

- Supporting Manager in relation to reviewing existing learning programmes and on key project work

- Working with offshore graphic team in regard to story boarding

- Supporting the Learning Deployment specialist

- Driving through and championing key Learning protocols

This opportunity will suit an individual who is passionate about Learning Design and has a strong E-Learning/Instructional Design background and will meet the following criteria:

- Significant proven experience in Learning Instructional Design and Learning Technology. Used in an innovative way demonstrating creativity

- Authoring tool knowledge use e.g. Adobe Captivate and Articulate

- Advanced PowerPoint

- Excellent communication skills - both verbal and written

- Open to all sector backgrounds yet must demonstrate understanding of working in a Corporate Environment - professional services experience advantageous yet non essential