E-Learning Developer

Diocese of Guildford

The Diocese of Guildford is looking for an innovative E-Learning Developer to develop a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for our non-accredited training routes using the Moodle software platform.

The E-Learning Developer will be responsible for the development of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for the Diocese of Guildford including instructional and learning design for a variety of non-accredited training routes, but with specific focus on our Foundations in Ministry (FiM) Programme.

In the first instance, the VLE will host all the training materials for the FiM course, both the foundational year in theology and the specialist courses offered in the second year of the programme.  The E-Learning Developer will shape and inform learning and training practice through the VLE, with specific application to the FiM Programme under the direction of the FiM Programme Manager.

The developer will ensure that the VLE is user-friendly for all (students, tutors, and others) and will train LMP staff on the management of content.  The developer will ensure that content maximises the advantages of e-learning.

Please refer to the attached Job Description for the full details of the responsibilities of the E-Learning Developer. 

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be experienced in creating and maintaining a VLE for accredited and non-accredited learning.
  • Be experienced in developing Moodle LMS (or equivalent).
  • Be experienced in guiding students and staff in learning technologies.
  • Have excellent IT skills appropriate for creating and maintaining a VLE.
  • Understand adult learning principles.
  • Be fully supportive of the aims and mission of the Church of England.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Competitive salary within the Charity Sector
  • Hybrid working
  • A 15.25% non-contributory pension/life assurance provision
  • 25 days annual leave per year, increasing to 26 days in your second year, plus bank holidays.
  • An employee assistance programme
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Attractive open-plan office and surroundings at Church House Guildford with free parking

How to apply

Interested candidates are invited to send a detailed covering letter, along with your CV, outlining how you meet the essential and desirable criteria in the person specification as detailed in the job description. Applications without a cover letter cannot be considered. Applications should be submitted through the following link: Job Openings (peoplehr.net)

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to provide a link to a portfolio, which provides up to three examples of digital content that you have created yourself or contributed to in a significant way.

For more information, please find the full job description below. If you would like further information, please contact recruitment@cofeguildford.org.uk. 

The Diocese of Guildford take our responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults seriously. Our recruitment processes reflect this commitment.

We believe that diversity is a strength. We actively welcome and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and identities, particularly those who identify as female, younger, of a UK Minority Ethnic/Global Majority Heritage, or disabled, as its essential that we reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.

Contract: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: 33,210 – 36,080pa

Supporting documents: Job Description E-Learning Developer June 2024.pdf

Closing date: 14th July, 2024 at 00:00

Interview date: 23rd July, 2024

To apply for this job please visit thedioceseofguildford.peoplehr.net.