Learning Experience Designer
My Central London based global technology consultancy client is recruiting a Learning Experience Designer to join them on a 12 month FTC with the view of going permanent. With a salary of up to £50,000 per annum with lots of perks too.
What does the role entail?
Your role as a Learning Experience Designer will be to develop the curriculum, maintain and administer the next gen learning platform and support the learning requirements to design and build engaging content. You will be designing learning materials over video, software simulation, games, and quizzes etc. You will be designing script and storyboards from instructional design principles.
You will have regular meetings and interactions with senior stakeholders across the business, and must be an excellent communicator, with exceptional stakeholder management skills.
What skills will make you a success in this role?
To be considered for this Learning Experience Designer you will have carried out a position similar to that listed above within Digital L&D.
You will have knowledge of Digital Learning Software such as Articulate storyline, Captivate, Premiere Pro and Photoshop. You will have knowledge of HTML and CSS, with an understanding of videography and editing, and experience with designing learning paths and resources.
What is on offer?
On offer for this interesting and varied Digital L&D role is the chance to work for a global organisation on an initial 12 month FTC. With a salary of up to £50,000 on offer for the right person. There are also a variety of perks on offer which include: flexi working, 15% bonus, as well as on the spot bonuses for good performance, fresh fruit, complementary Friday drinks, dental and health care, enhanced holidays, enhanced pension, season ticket loan, gym membership and a variety of other perks and social events throughout the year
What should you do now?
Please click apply now for this Learning Experience Designer role or for more information please call Sarah Wood on or email
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