Learning Technology Development Manager
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Salary: £31,020 - £34,895 per annum
Hours: 36.25 per week
Edge Hill University is one of the fastest growing universities in the United Kingdom and has been providing higher education for over 125 years, based on an ethos of opportunity through excellence. The past five years have seen student applications double, turnover increase at a rate of around 20% per annum, and an investment of £130m on campus. Edge Hill is a dynamic and ambitious university with a clear sense of direction, and significant resources to invest in its future. It is currently ranked in the top 20 of the Sunday Times 75 Best Companies to Work for in the Public Sector.
Learning Services incorporates library and information provision, and learner support, technology enhanced learning and ICT user support, media services, and support for students with specific learning difficulties (SpLD). It also contributes to the strategic direction and development of the University's CETL, SOLSTICE and actively engages with learning and teaching developments across the University.
We are now looking to appoint a professional with the capability to lead and manage the Learning Technology Development Division, the VLE and associated systems.
The successful applicant will have excellent communication skills, flexible, able to motivate staff and organise and prioritise work effectively. The appointee will have a relevant undergraduate qualification and previous experience of managing change, people and complex projects effectively.
For informal enquiries about this vacancy you may wish to contact Lindsey Martin, eLearning Strategy and Development Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 16 Apr 2012
Date Posted: 27 Mar 2012
Please send completed applications by e-mail to email@example.com or to Human Resources, Edge Hill University, St Helens Road, Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39 4QP.
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