Degree Apprentice- Learning Content Developer and Designer

University of Suffolk
£155.40 - £289.71 per week
12 Mar 2018
20 Mar 2018
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Degree
Start Date
Weekly wage £155.40 - £289.71

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Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).

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  • Working week Once the degree starts, your general pattern of work will be to work at the University 4 days per week, and study one day per week.

    Total hours per week: 37.00

  • Apprenticeship duration 42 months

  • Possible start date 16 Apr 2018

  • Date posted 7 days ago

  • Distance 100.7 miles

  • Apprenticeship level Degree Level Apprenticeship

  • Reference number VAC001373096

  • Positions 1 available

  • Requirements and prospects Desired skills

    Essential knowledge and experience:

    • Appreciation and understanding of excellent customer service
    • Experience of managing projects or workloads to deadlines

    Desirable knowledge and experience:

    • Experience of working in a customer service environment
    • Experience of undertaking online learning through a virtual learning environment, MOOC, or other educational platform

    Essential skills:

    • Ability to communicate (orally and in writing) clearly with a range of people
    • Creative approach to design
    • Strong IT skills
    Personal qualities

    Essential criteria:

    • Flexible and positive attitude responding to fast paced and changing environment
    • Strength of character including self-motivation and commitment to completing tasks
    • An understanding of and commitment to Equal Opportunity Policies, and the ability to promote this in the day-to-day work of the post
    Desired qualifications

    Essential criteria:

    • Three A Levels at grades BBC or above OR DMM (BTEC), including an IT related subject
    • GCSE or other Level 2 qualification in English and Maths at Grade C (new GCSE Grade 4) or above
    Future prospects

    At the end of your degree programme we anticipate that there will be the opportunities for progression within our department or the wider University.

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