e-Learning Design & Development Specialist (freelance)
£25/hr (approx. $42/hr)
have already sent a proposal.
This is a temporary role whilst decisions around whether to permanently recruit an in-company e-learning designer are made.
The role holder will support the Global L&D Director and the L&D Academy Manager to design and deliver business critical e-learning solutions to be accessed via the company's Learning Management System hosted by Element K. There are a number of classroom based in-company training courses that need to migrate to an e-learning solution in a very tight timeframe so the individual will need to be used to working under pressure, in a collaborative manner, and across varying global time zones when required. The role holder will also need to review existing bespoke e-learning solutions and upgrade where necessary.
The role holder must have excellent skills with Adobe Captivate as the solutions will not be 'high end' but more 'middle of the road' in terms of style / complexity. However the individual must be able to use their skill / knowledge of the learning styles of delegates to be able to make the solutions engaging and interesting enough for the learning to WANT to do more.
The individual must have very good customer service skills and be able to communicate professionally with key business stakeholders across the business as directed by the L&D management team. They must also be prepared to meet in the London office with the L&D Academy manager on a regular basis for milestone review and product evaluation.
The individual must be willing to share examples of work undertake for other clients on request or direct L&D Academy manager to clients for testimonials.
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