Digital Learning Designer
£32K-£38K Basic Salary
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An exciting opportunity for a creative Digital Learning Designer to join a not-for-profit membership organisation whose members are derived from the mining and related manufacturing sectors. You will be responsible for the design and development of eLearning and learning solutions for their members. This role would require travel into the Nottingham office 2-3 times a week.
This job aligns to the LPI’s Capability Map see how
- Design and develop new digital learning experiences
- Work closely with SMEs to understand learning requirements
- Create storyboards and scripts
- Produce engaging eLearning content using Articulate 360 Suite
- Update existing digital learning content to ensure it stays current
- Upload learning content onto the LMS
- Design some classroom training and virtual classroom training
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively with a team
- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- Skilled in using development tools, such as Articulate Storyline or Rise
- Organised individual with good time management skills
- 2-3 years experience of working in a Digital Learning Designer, Instructional Designer role or similar
- Experience of creating digital learning content using the Articulate 360 Suite
- Experience of designing learning for health and safety or similar is a strong advantage
- Experience of using the Adobe Creative Suite is desirable but not essential
- Educated to degree level or equivalent
LPI Capability Map
This role aligns to the following competencies on the LPI’s Capability Map. If you plan to apply for this job, it will help your application to submit your Capability Map Competency Profile, in addition to your CV.
Design and develop solutions
Create and manage content
(Co-)Creating relevant learning content using sound learning design principles, and ensuring content is aligned with needs analysis and learning solution design and assessment strategy. Editing content when required to maintain, accuracy and relevance.
Design and develop solutions
(Co-)Designing and developing learning experiences and solutions that include appropriate formal and informal learning solutions, resources and performance support, ensuring that business, performance and learner requirements are met.
Initiating, planning, executing, controlling and closing the work of teams on L&D projects to achieve goals and meet success criteria.
Performance and impact
Defining, measuring and interpreting learning impact in relation to the organisation’s performance objectives or expectations using a range of quantitative and qualitative methodologies. Evaluation scope includes both impact and effectiveness of learning solutions allows the organisation to take a view on the value that the learning has added.