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Digital Development Officer

Library and Learning Resources

Location:  Wrexham
Salary:  £25,217 to £29,176 per annum
Closing Date:  Sunday 23 February 2020
Interview Date:  Tuesday 03 March 2020
Reference:  1920098

Full time, Permanent

The Digital Development Officer will contribute to the effective delivery of Digital Learning Services, systems and processes and provide specialist support to staff and students.  Acting as the first point of contact for the Digital Learning team, you will support requests for the creation of video content and learning resources.

The post holder will support, enhance and embed the development of online resources and media content within appropriate budget and timescales.  Working to and with the Digital Development and Project Support Manager you will contribute to the Digital Learning team’s training and development offer, including online resources, one-to-ones and workshops.

You are expected to have a degree level qualification with a good understanding of the role of educational technologies in supporting learning, teaching and assessment and related pedagogical approaches.  You will have experience of working with and implementing media technologies in a learning and teaching environment such as Panopto, Adobe Creative Suite. The ability to work independently, logically and analytically with minimum supervision is required. You will be expected to have a good working knowledge of the tools, equipment and software for creation of video, including captioning and will have knowledge of best practice in conforming to legal requirements, including copyright, intellectual property and accessibility.

The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post.

Interviews will be held on 03 March 2020.

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Wrexham Glyndwr University is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates and will ensure applicants will not be discriminated against due to their protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. The University will make all efforts to meet your access requirements, please contact our Human Resources Team as soon as possible to discuss any adjustments you may need.  

We welcome applications in Welsh and English. Any applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.


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