Digital Learning Administrator
We have an exciting brand new role for a Learning and Development Administrator.
As part of the Learning & Development Team, to administer activity relating to Learning Systems and digital learning content used across the Compass UK&I business. Including the creation and administration of E-learning content, administration and ongoing maintenance of the LMS, acting as technical support for the L&D administration team. To also work closely with the Digital Learning Manager to manage and deliver bespoke reporting for all requirements of the business.
- Ensuring data integrity across the Totara platform is maintained as a priority
- Carry out role and data administration in line with GDPR regulations
- Work closely with the Digital Learning Manager to ensure all development updates are delivered effectively and in a timely manner
- Carrying out system administration along with ongoing process improvement relating to the LMS
- Updating and maintaining course content
- Support the administration of content delivery, identifying the most effective way to enhance user experience.
- Use relevant digital learning creation tools to develop material most suited to the needs of the business
- Design, publish and maintain learning resources to drive the usage of the LMS
- Liaise with 3rd party suppliers to maintain product and service levels.
- An interest in Digital Learning
- A positive can-do attitude
- Confident and articulate communicator with people at all levels of business.
- Ability to act autonomously when required
- Ability to solve problems and work on own initiative
- Excellent team player
- Strong organisational and prioritising ability
- Experience working with MS Office Programmes, intermediate Excel skills
- Experience within a learning and development function
- Experience with creative tools, such as Photoshop, Premier Pro, Captivate, Storyline, Illustrator, Adapt Authoring Tool, InDesign
- Knowledge and experience working with learning management and candidate management systems