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The Digital Learning agenda reflects our ambition to evolve our service and fully support the University's shift to digital.  In this context, we must ensure that all our services are appropriate, efficient, and relevant, and that they add value to both the student experience and the digital learning strand of work. We also need to make sure that our people are skilled and motivated to meet the challenges ahead.

The Faculty and School Support team is part of the Learning Technologies Section and is made up of staff who are experts in digital learning and deliver a great service.  They align with the priorities of senior leaders to embed the use of technologies that support teaching and learning.

The team is well regarded and works closely with academic and professional services colleagues. We are looking to grow the team by bringing in ten additional roles to help enhance further the digital capabilities of staff and students.

We welcome applications from individuals who have an ability to work collaboratively and effectively and who embrace the ethos of team working. These are technology-based roles and we are keen to find technology professionals who are also experts in building and maintaining positive working relationships and who share our values of putting people first.

Foreword from Suzanne Wright, Faculty and School Support Team Leader

   

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Available opportunities

Senior Learning Technology Consultant

You will have excellent people management skills and the ability to build authentic relationships with colleagues and students from all areas and all levels across the university. You will lead a team that embraces a people centered and consultative approach and that has collaboration and inclusiveness as guiding principles in all its interactions. 

You will take a lead on, and be accountable for, successful support services for high-profile, institutional wide technology enabled learning projects and activity.  Working with staff at all levels within the Learning Technology Section, the wider Libraries Department and colleagues across the University, you will assume responsibility for supporting academic staff and students in deployment and use of technologies and in online pedagogy to support the teaching and learning agenda at Nottingham.  

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Learning Technology Consultant x2

You will have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build authentic relationships with colleagues and students from all areas and all levels across the university. You will be part of a team that embraces a people centered and consultative approach and that has collaboration and inclusiveness as guiding principles in all its interactions. 

You will work to maximise the potential of our staff and students by providing advocacy for, and training in, the use of learning technologies, online pedagogy, digital tools, and technologies that can be used to enhance inclusivity, remove barriers, increase productivity, and enable both our staff and students to develop diverse strategies which enable personalised learning. This requires expertise both in University-systems and in external applications. 

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Learning Technology Consultant (Apprenticeships)

You will  support the development of degree and higher degree apprenticeship programmes. Initial areas of focus are likely to be Laboratory Science, Bioinformatics, and Mental Health. You will provide learning technology advice and hands-on help to develop online learning content and a coherent online learning approach that will be used to deliver content and support student learning both on campus and in the workplace.  

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Learning Technology Officer x5

You will be assigned to work to support one of 5 faculties and work closed with the Faculty Learning Technology Consultant and Digital Learning Director from the area. This will ensure that the support that is being provided matches to a priority need in the Faculty and follows the principle of hearing about and finding fixes for the things that staff and student are finding most difficult or are most important to them. 

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Service Desk Senior Advisor

You will provide first line service desk support to the university community for learning technology related support requests and queries received via email and telephone. You will be the first point of contact for academic staff/Professional Services staff and students who contact the Learning-technologies support email address asking for support with various Learning Technology Systems, and related policies and processes, e.g Moodle.

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