Work as employee
With deep expertise in developing and implementing online learning designs, the post-holder will bring a focus on delivering high quality learning experiences in a sustainable, repeatable manner through the online medium.
Working closely with the Online Learning Developer, and in close liaison with academic staff who provide the intellectual content for the online modules, the Learning Designer will be responsible for developing the pedagogical and instructional model for our online programmes. This will include both the development of an overall model for effective online teaching and learning, and the detailed learning design and storyboarding of individual modules and short courses. Although the focus of this role is weighted primarily towards pedagogic learning design (with the Online Learning Developer doing the bulk of the content development), the post-holder will be expected to have strong technical web skills and be able at times to contribute to development/production work. There is a further instructional element to the role: the post-holder will spend much of her or his time working closely with academic staff to create detailed storyboards of their modules, and this will involve close advice and informal professional development.
The post-holder will also be expected to provide professional development opportunities to staff who go on to teach the online modules, and to play a leading role in evaluation and continuous improvement once delivery is underway.
The post-holder will need to have a balance of excellence in educational instructional design skills, technical knowledge of web design and development, and the ability to communicate clearly and productively with both academic and technical staff.
For further information, visit the job description: https://www.cambridgeeducationgroup.com/ugc-1/1/9/0/c2031347-21ae-47df-b38b-62d4dd768d17.pdf
Min. 1 year
(Deep expertise in developing and implementing online learning designs.)
No degrees expected
Online (remote) work