Graduate Business Partnership

The University of Exeter is seeking a Graduate Digital Learning Developers in the College of Engineering Mathematics and Physics Sciences, with particular focus on the support of our Penryn subjects such as Mining, Geology and Renewable Energy. This Enhance Project role is to support the translation of existing face to face and blended learning course content into the online learning environment. This 23 month role is being recruited through the Graduate Business Partnership scheme. The role will be part remote-working (in UK) and part working on a University of Exeter campus in Exeter or Cornwall (Hybrid), the pattern of which will be determined by Line Manager and type of workload throughout the year.

The University of Exeter manages paid internships for graduates, placing them with small, medium and large organisations or companies in the South West. For more information on the GBP scheme please visit www.exeter.ac.uk/internships 

As a Graduate Digital Learning Developer, you will play an important role in enabling the university to continue to deliver high quality teaching, resources and support to its students, during these unique times. Working in College-focused teams alongside Senior Digital Learning Developers and members of the Technology Enhanced Learning and Academic Development teams, you will help the university to translate existing face to face, as well as blended learning course content into the online learning environment. You will also support the user research process and the further development, as well as quality assurance of these online materials, based on feedback.

This role involves collaborating with a wide variety of stakeholders from a range of disciplines, including academic and professional services colleagues, to promote the opportunities of the online learning environment through a comprehensive programme of training. You will support the use of features and functionality within a range of Learning Technologies, as well as share best practice.

Applicants will have strong digital competence in MS office (or equivalent) and internet technologies; an ability to rapidly assimilate new technologies and an interest in the pedagogy of e-learning and leading edge web based course design approaches. Applicants will have excellent communication, teamwork and problem skills, as well as a familiarity with online learning environments. Applicants will also be self-motivated, enthusiastic, reliable, have a creative approach to problem solving and work effectively in a team.

Interviews – Week commencing 1 November 2021

Application closing date – 26 October 2021

The University of Exeter is an equal opportunity employer which is ‘Positive About Disabled People’: if you have a disability, you should mention this in your application. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.

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