4362 Digital skills development officer x 2
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£32,234 - £35,745 pa
HR / Training
Any location within North Tyneside
An exciting opportunity has arisen for two digital learning curators to join our workforce development team. We are looking for experienced digital learning designers to produce engaging multimedia learning interventions that encourage, enthuse and inspire the colleagues across Authority to enhance the digital skills and confidence they need to use digital technology effectively and safely. Enable our colleagues to maximise new digital skills to deliver the best services possible and support our communities to become better connected online.
Apply your creativity skills to produce a library of eLearning, video’s, animation, interactive learning guides etc to communicate, implement and instil new digital practices and behaviours that can help colleagues excel at work and provide essential digital life skills. You will lead the design, creation and delivery of interventions. You will be expected to research content and work collaboratively with subject matter experts to develop strong storyboards/scripts to convey messages, create understanding and develop knowledge for adult learners with a range of digital abilities.
Accessibility is important to us to make everyone can benefit from the learning we offer. Your knowledge of accessibility standards within learning, innovative approach to learning design, plain English and excellent writing skills will convey learning into easy to follow instructions, guidance and messages.
You will have proven experience of working with e-learning authoring tools, strong instructional design skills and eye for detail.
This post is 37 hours per week, fixed term for 12 months.
For more information please contact either
Louise Robson, Organisation and Workforce Development Manager on 07813 763602 or Helen McMahon, Organisation Development Lead (Technology) on 07973 714855.
North Tyneside Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
In addition, staff and volunteers are expected to familiarise themselves with all relevant policies, procedures and guidance in relation to safeguarding children and safe practice with vulnerable adults. Within North Tyneside, safeguarding is everybody’s business.