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We're hiring - Digital Learning Lead

Job title - Digital Learning Lead
Location - London and home-based
Contract type - Permanent, Full-time
Salary range - £34,000 - £36,000 per year
Application deadline - 30 September 2020
Interviews - 7 & 8 October 2020

The successful applicant will contribute to the WFSA’s vision and mission and build the overall capacity of the WFSA Programmes team to provide digital education and training for anaesthesia providers around the world.

This is a new role which offers huge scope for development and learning across a broad remit. The Digitial Learning Lead will shape the design, development and roll-out of a high-quality digital learning experience in three initial stages:

  • Working with senior clinicians (training course leads) to transform pre-existing onsite training modules and short training courses into high-quality online products that can be effectively monitored and evaluated. This will result in developing new online training programmes as “stand-alone” courses as well as designing complements to onsite training courses (hybrid models).
  • Managing and evaluating existing online learning resources such as the WFSA’s Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week, Update in Anaesthesia Journal, Virtual Library and COVID-19 Resources.
  • Working with WFSA Committees, our clinical volunteers and a variety of partners to establish and deliver new digital learning such as courses, webinars, educational videos and online lectures.

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If you have a passion for digital learning then we want to hear from you.

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