Digital Learning Practice Lead
In light of significant growth in our clients blended learning practice, and plenty more opportunity to realise, they are now looking for a Digital Practice Lead to elevate their capability even further.
Desirable background & experience
- Learning and UX Design
- Production and project management experience
- Previous consulting experience
- Familiarity with leading eLearning authoring tools
- Multimedia development and /or graphic design background
What you will do:
- Contribute to the design of holistic, end-to-end blended learning solutions through creative and cutting edge digital solutions and products
- Contribute to the design, build and deployment of digital solutions and products to support our clients Performance Culture and Change & Transformation practice areas
- Project manage the digital component of learning project and / or undertake this work personally where capability and capacity aligns
- Manage and interface with technology partners
- Implement work practices and approaches that further enable the successful design and deployment of digital solutions for their clients
Part of this position will also involve winning new work by performing the following:
- Proposal development, including scoping and costing of digital solutions and products
- Preparation of mock ups / demos / prototypes where needed to support pitch
- Understanding of clients' operating environments and minimum technical specifications in order to recommend the most appropriate digital solution
- Thought leadership and contribution to networking events, writing case studies, guest speaking, blogging etc.
If a role with a growing, creative and values-based consultancy that genuinely promotes flexible working, where your impact is only limited by your imagination sounds ideal, then please be in touch.
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Mark Mcphee
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