Resuscitation Council UK
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Locations: Home and/or in the office (Tavistock House, London)
Are you looking for a role where you can use your learning design skills to save lives?
Resuscitation Council UK’s face to face and blended accredited courses equip over 150,000 health and social care professionals with training in resuscitation each year. And an estimated 2 million people have put themselves into the heart of the action through our interactive Lifesaver films and learnt what to do if someone collapsed and stopped breathing or started choking.
As we widen, expand and improve on our training portfolio, it’s crucial that learning design expertise sits at the heart of the organisation. So that’s why we’re looking for our first Learning Design Manager.
We want to provide a high-quality experience for all our learners and ensure we meet the high standards of best practice around diversity and equity, accessibility and privacy. We’ve got some exciting digital learning projects in the pipeline and as the learning design manager you would be leading the work to design and implement an appropriate learning model, to assess learning needs, and embed a culture of continuous learning. You will care about being guided by insight and learner needs and professional standards and will use this to build business cases for possible new learning products and services.
This is a great time to join RCUK as we are starting our journey to delivering our vision to 2030. Education and training sit at the heart of our organisation’s offering. In this role, you’ll be responsible for the product roadmap for e-learning products.
Where this role sits
The Learning Design Manager will be in the Business Operations team and report to the Director of Business Operations. You will work closely with all members of the Business Operations team as well as subject matter experts from Clinical Service Development and Engagement and Influencing. The Learning Design Manager will also represent the learning design function when required at Educational subcommittees and other learning related working groups.
About Resuscitation Council UK
Resuscitation Council UK is saving lives by developing guidelines, inﬂuencing policy, delivering courses and supporting cutting-edge research. Through education, training, and research, we’re working towards the day when everyone in the country has the skills, they need to save a life. We are the UK experts in clinical guidelines, standards, and education for resuscitation practice for those working in healthcare and in the public space.
We always seek to balance business needs with a flexible approach to working stylexxxxxs and preferences. We have a strong commitment to inclusion and diversity and will provide reasonable adjustments internally and support Access to Work applications if you require this.
Work can be undertaken at home or in the office (Tavistock House, London), at the successful applicant's choice. Some travel to the office or other locations will be required as part of the role, but reasonable adjustments, such as enabling the postholder’s participation through digital technology, will be made for the successful applicant where this is required. If you would like to make an Access to Work application for a grant to pay for support tailored to your individual needs, such as a support worker, adaptations to the equipment you use, special equipment, taxi fares to and from work if public transport is not accessible to you, we will support you in this process.
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For an informal and confidential discussion about the role, please contact Paul White, Director of Business Operations, on 020 7391 0709 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply
To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit:
• A comprehensive CV, specifying significant achievements in your career to date.
• A supporting statement, of no more than two sides, explaining how your skills and experience can support and add value to our organisation.
• A completed diversity monitoring form.
We welcome and will accept applications using an alternative process (such as video or audio applications). Please contact us on email Suzanne.email@example.com or by phone 0207 391 0718 to discuss this prior to submitting your application.
Applications should be submitted by 5pm Sunday 15 August
Email your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with Learning Design Manager in the subject line.
How we will shortlist
During the shortlisting process, those shortlisting applications will not have access to your name, age, date of birth, address or highest level of educational attainment.
The interview process
The interview process is likely to be carried out virtually using digital technology due to COVID-19.
Interviews for this role are likely to take place during the weeks commencing 6 and 13 September 2021.
There may be a second stage interview.
If you need any assistance with the application process, adaptations of modifications for interview, please let us know. Please email Suzanne.email@example.com or phone Suzanne on 0207 391 0718 to discuss your requirements.