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Learning Technology Coordinator – Full Time - £32,502 per annum –2 year fixed term contract – Central London
The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) is looking for a Learning Technology Coordinator to join its Professional Learning and Development (PLD) team. The team sits within the Education Directorate who deliver a wide range of activities to support the education of our members including; training, examinations, conference and events and PLD. The Learning Technology Coordinator role is an exciting opportunity to coordinate and support the use of digital learning content for clinical radiologists and oncologists.
We are introducing a new online software platform which will allow clinical oncologists to practise and demonstrate their capability in radiotherapy outlining – a key part of their job. We need someone to: develop technical expertise in using this platform; provide a link with the software supplier; and coordinate the work of the doctors providing case content. Separately, we have an existing e-Learning Hub through which we provide a range of resources to the clinical radiologists and clinical oncologists who are our members. This role will provide support to our Learning Technologist in maintaining up-to-date content in the Hub.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and keen to learn individual to join the team. To be successful you will have experience of using software and content management tools as well as experience of coordinating, developing and maintaining administrative processes. You will be able to manage you own time effectively whilst also providing support and building effective working relationships with a diverse range of colleagues and stakeholders.
If this sounds like the opportunity for you then we would love to hear from you. Please see our candidate pack for more information on the RCR, the role and for instructions on how to apply. The closing date for applications is midnight on Thursday 27 June 2019. Interviews are scheduled for Monday 8 July 2019.