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GAQ-L&E Digital Learning Developer 23 Month FTC

GAQ-L&E Digital Learning Developer 23 Month FTC

Posted 13 November 2020 by Aggregator Network
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About the teamWe are looking for a Digital Learning Developer to join the Global Assurance Quality - Learning and Education (GAQ - L&E) team, based in London. The role will be a Fixed Term Contract. The successful candidate will report into the GAQ - L&E Production Manager.It is preferred if the successful candidate has prior digital learning development or project management experience. They should at least have an interest in developing skills in these areas, and a strong interest and aptitude for technology.
About the roleKey aspects of the role include:

Development of digital learning solutions

  • Building and updating elearns and assessments using various authoring tools

  • Reviewing build documentation to ensure it meets requirements prior to commencing build and proactively escalating if not

    Creating and / or editing multimedia assets

  • Creating and editing graphics

  • Recording and editing audio

  • Editing and publishing videos

  • Creating animations
    Performing quality control procedures

  • Critically self-reviewing own work to correct any errors

  • Spot-checking work of peers and provide them with comments

  • Testing elearns and assessments

  • Suggesting improvements to internal processes and documentation
    Process co-ordination / Project management

  • Managing own time and workload and proactively escalating any issues

  • Project managing the development stage of digital learning and assessment solutions

  • Organising video shoots

  • Communicating with team members and stakeholders throughout

  • Ensuring all project files are saved in the correct locations
    Coaching / Guidance

  • Investigating new tools and features and functionality in existing tools

  • Training / providing ad hoc support to team members on tools and processes

  • Acting as super user for assigned tools

  • Creating guidance on tools and processes
    Consultation

  • Provide consultation to design team on tool capabilities

  • Building prototypes using various tools

    Key skills expected in the role include:

  • Ability to learn and effectively use a range of tools: GOMO, Lectora, Storyline, QMP, Adobe Captivate, Premiere, Audacity, and GoAnimate

  • Aptitude for technology and ability to autonomously learn new tools quickly

  • Ability to follow processes and work to timelines

  • Strong communication skills

  • Highly organised

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Ability to work quickly and under pressure

    Key behaviours expected in the role include:

  • Proactive

  • Uses initiative

  • Resilient

  • Flexible in the face of changes

  • Quick learner

  • Enjoys working with technology

  • Ability to work collaboratively with other team members

  • Be open minded

  • Caring and respectful behaviour towards others

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