If you’re looking for a Digital Learning Manager role with an established team, a business where Digital Learning is embedded, with a cutting edge LMS – then unfortunately this isn’t the role for you.
This role is tasked with developing a Digital Learning function with the Head of L&D. The Head of L&D has been with the organisation for several months, and previously has set progressive learning strategies for well known brands and is now implementing the same here. What they have gained is initial ‘buy in’ from the organisation.
With the limited resources of the current ‘e-learning’ function he has whetted the appetite across the organisation to the advantages of digital learning and now is looking for someone to work with him in building the function.
His style of management is based on outputs, a hands off approach to let you focus on projects agreed, but will always be there to support and guide. Talking through where he sees Digital Learning it’s clear this will be a key element of their L&D function.
This will be a challenging but rewarding journey. They have an outdated LMS, the content is limited and restricted, but the audience over the past several months has had a taste and wants more. The role will have an element of duality in dealing with the now and also what will be. The now is creating and administrating the existing LMS with the restricted tools and the future direction is new tools, engaging and relevant content, and building the team with the Head of L&D.
You will have one report but the end goal is to recruit an additional 2 content creators.
The organisations is spread across the UK and is split into several different divisions, they have a large headcount ranging from specialised highly skilled individuals all the way through to operational teams – so the content will be varied and wide ranging.
The L&D team is based in the Midlands, and the role will be agile-working with ideally 2 days from the office. The offices are spacious and modern. They put a lot of emphasis on career development and have a structured talent management programme. As a business they are financially strong
If you have experience within a role that you feel you have outgrown, or if you are a Content Creator with experience of overseeing a function and now looking to take a step up in being a key player in setting up a Digital Learning team then this could be the role for you.
If interested please send your CV and in addition details of a show-reel or links to content you have created.
Salary range is between £45,000 – £55,000