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Digital Learning Advisor

Save the Children

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Join Save the Children UK as a Digital Learning Advisor and revolutionize humanitarian training with impactful digital solutions

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£35100 - £39000

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Farringdon, London/Home-based

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Save the Children UK is seeking a passionate Digital Learning Advisor to transform humanitarian education through innovative digital learning initiatives. As a part of the dynamic Humanitarian Leadership Academy (HLA), you'll be at the forefront of enhancing the capabilities of individuals responding to crises worldwide, empowering them through quality learning opportunities.

Within the Programmes and Learning team, your work will contribute to a globally connected network striving for a humanitarian system that is locally led and sustainably impactful.

  • Organisation summary: Save the Children UK, a leader in humanitarian relief, focuses on preparing individuals for crisis response through the HLA. The organization values diversity, equity, and inclusion, aiming for a workforce reflective of the varied experiences that enrich perspectives and drive innovation.
  • Role Summary:
    • Collaborate with digital and learning specialists to design and implement digital learning solutions.
    • Support the maintenance and enhancement of digital learning programmes.
    • Contribute to the delivery of specialist training courses across the humanitarian sector.
  • Role Requirements:
    • Experience in developing and delivering digital learning in a charitable, educational, or humanitarian context.
    • Capability to support stakeholders with varying levels of digital literacy.
    • Knowledge of specialist learning technology software and platforms.
    • A strong desire to further develop digital learning expertise.
  • Application Process Details: Please note that while the exact details of the application process are not provided, applicants can expect to discuss flexible working options during the interview process.

Save the Children UK has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Learning Advisor to join our Humanitarian Leadership Academy (HLA) to support the design and development of technology-based learning solutions and resources that enable the successful delivery of specialist training courses across the Save the Children and the humanitarian sector.

The Humanitarian Leadership Academy (HLA), as part of SCUK's humanitarian department, provides high-quality humanitarian capacity strengthening for the movement, as well as the wider sector. The HLA's mission is to enable people around the world to prepare for and respond to crises in their own countries, by providing quality learning opportunities.

This role will be part of the Programmes and Learning team which is responsible for designing, managing and delivering locally led learning solutions and build a network of regional centres that can together create lasting change in the humanitarian system. The purpose of this role is to work alongside digital and learning specialists to enable the development and delivery of an integrated and impactful digital learning solutions and support the maintenance of a portfolio of locally-led digital learning programmes.

The ideal candidate will have experience supporting the development and delivery of digital learning in a charitable, educational, or humanitarian context. You'll be confident supporting stakeholders at all levels of digital literacy. You will have some prior knowledge of the use of specialist learning technology software and platforms with a strong desire to develop their expertise.

Working for a charity provides one of the best benefits there is – a sense of purpose and reward for helping others. However, we understand the importance of giving back to our employees to ensure a happy and healthy working environment and work/life balance. We focus on flexibility, inclusion, collaboration, health and wellbeing both in and outside of work. We provide a wide range of benefits which will reward your hard work, motivate you, and inspire you to work to improve the lives of children every day.

The majority of our roles can be performed remotely in the UK, but there are likely to be times when you will be required to come to your contracted office (up to 2-4 days per month or 6-8 days per quarter). This will be agreed with your Line Manager and team and is intended to be time spent on collaborating with colleagues and relationship building. Please note: travel costs to your contracted office will be at your own expense. Flexible Working - We are happy to discuss flexible working options at interview.

Save the Children UK believes in a world that is fair, inclusive and equitable where all children have the opportunity to change their world. We apply this to our workforce and we are committed to developing and supporting a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organisation where all employees have a sense of belonging and feel that they can be 'Free to Be Me'. We are not looking for just one type of person - we want to recruit people who can add fresh perspectives, innovative ideas or challenge that disrupts the risk of group think. We are especially interested in people whose childhood experiences - of life on a low income, of migration, of being in a racialised community, of the care system, of being LGBT+ or in an LGBT+ family or living with (or with someone with) a disability - help us to see things we might otherwise miss. Whatever your story is we want to hear it because we know that different voices, ideas, perspectives and knowledge, working together will enable us to better the lives of children around the world. This is the reason why we are all here.

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