Because of my background in health / medicine you may well notice a bias towards jobs in the health and allied sectors. Alas this cannot be helped 🙂Royal College of Nursing
With a membership of over 410,000, the RCN is the largest professional association and union of nursing staff and students in the UK. With an influential voice at home and abroad, the RCN promotes nursing interests, represents and campaigns on behalf of its members and the people they care for, and is a leading player in the development of nursing policy and practice, and standards of care. In March 2012, we were awarded no. 21 in The Sunday Times Top 100 Not-for-profit Public Sector Employers. In this exciting role you will be supporting professional development through the use of engaging, interactive online learning resources, and you???ll make a significant impact at the Royal College of Nursing. Working closely with subject matter experts and content writers in our specialist online learning team, you???ll design and create innovative materials across diverse media.
You must have the ability to structure and develop content suitable for a range of audiences. You need to have a creative flair for designing compelling learning materials and the technological know-how to deliver them. This includes the incorporation of social networking tools to enable person to person contact including blogs and wikis, and developing animations and interactive activities that may use audio and video assets.With a relevant degree or proven learning design experience, you???ll demonstrate appropriate technical knowledge and skills, and a flexible, organised approach.
For more information, or for an informal discussion, please contact Rosie Brown, Programme Manager, Online Learning on 020 7647 3652. Closing date:??6??September 2012 Interview dates:
First Stage Assessment Centre:??13 September 2012
Second Stage Interview:??18 September??2012 The RCN represents nurses and nursing, promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies. The RCN aims to be a world-class champion of diversity, equality and human rights within the health and social care sector.
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