Organization: Save the Children
Job Type: Part-Time
Experience: Mid Career (3-5 years)
Application Deadline: 11. March 2021
In this part-time, contract position based in Adelaide or Melbourne offices (or any other work from home location close to our time zones that works for you), you use your educational design, leadership and training skills to build capacity among teachers and INGO staff in some of the world’s most challenging settings. Reporting to our EdTech Services Practice Leader, you will lead Inclusiv Education’s educational design work with international development stakeholders from low- and middle-income countries, with a primary focus on adult and teacher education via the Moodle LMS.
You will make an impact by:
- Providing senior educational design leadership to all aspects of Inclusiv Education’s work,
- Leading the delivery of training to trainers, including coordinating delivery of content focused eLearning projects
- Co-designing new eLearning projects that are aligned to Inclusiv Education’s mission and philosophy and sensitive to the needs of clients and donors, and
- Assisting in building the the profile of Inclusiv Education’s work via the authoring of various marketing materials, including case studies, white papers, etc.
Does this sound like you?
… You want to make the world a better place through education and technology. You have strong purpose motivation and personal values alignment with the mission of International Development Organisations and a deep commitment to the potential of education together with business to effect positive change in the world. A skilled Educational Designer, you are quipped with exceptional emotional intelligence, an ability to build and maintain relationships and the the capacity to work effectively with people in different cultural and social contexts, effortlessly inspiring confidence from your peers and management.
This role requires:
- A deep professional working knowledge of the Moodle learning management system and community ecosystem,
- Substantial and varied eLearning experience including exposure to instructional design, eLearning course content creation, basic graphic design and media production,
- Design and authoring to content packaging standards such as SCORM and xAPI, and delivery through Learning Management Systems,
- Demonstrated knowledge and practical experience of eLearning practices and platforms, and
- Experience working in an Agile environment using Agile practices is desirable.
Working at Inclusiv Education is more than just a job.
It’s the feeling of knowing that your work is contributing to making the world a better place for those deprived of learning opportunities and working with others who feel the same.
In addition to a connection to social causes, you will have access to:
- Individual learning plans to assist in your career development
- Internal employment and development opportunities
- Friendly and flexible work environment
- Agile work environment including working from home
- Competitive salary plus super