An innovative Digital Education company at the forefront of online learning is seeking a proactive and creative Content Producer to join the team in their modern, central London office. This role offers a competitive salary and benefits, whilst a fantastic opportunity to learn and develop a career with a leading EdTech organisation.
As a creative E-Learning Content Producer you will have a passion for imaginative and innovative educational content. Your main responsibility as Content Producer will be to manage the build of the online courses to which you will bring visual flair along with an in-depth understanding of the learning process to ensure course assets are both attractive and effective for teenage and young adult learners. You will be responsible for ensuring that the student experience is appropriately enhanced by digital technologies and is continuously improved. This is an exciting opportunity to influence the development of an innovative educational product in a fast-changing, start-up environment.
The successful candidate will be a quick learner with a can-do attitude and excellent communication skills. You will have experience of building courses in an online learning environment (preferably Open edX), creating and editing content objects using design tools such as Genial.ly and the Adobe Creative Suite, and of specifying software requirements and writing technical product briefs. You will ideally have knowledge of educational materials, and knowledge of online learning technologies, as well as experience of proofreading and checking materials. Teaching experience (ESL or ELT) would be a great advantage, as would experience of managing freelancers, and delivering audio and visual media.
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Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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