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HR Information and Learning Technologies Officer

Human Resources
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Contract status
24,565 - 30,175 a year
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Role Description

We are looking for a capable and adaptable IT professional with experience of producing e-learning packages to join the HR Communications and Information Team in an interesting and varied role.

A key focus will be supporting the department’s learning and development team and its customers in their use of the University’s learning management system (LMS).  In particular, you will:

  • create, deploy and maintain online learning modules
  • develop the use of management information on learning and development
  • have responsibility for some system administration duties

You will also contribute to:

  • the department’s provision of management information, making particular use of Tableau
  • the maintenance of the HR department’s websites, working with HR colleagues to prepare customer-focussed content
  • supporting the use of other systems (such as our recruitment and helpdesk software)
  • the department’s communication programme, helping share new information with University staff

As well as experience of producing e-learning modules, the successful applicant will be confident with HTML, CSS and SQL.  Experience of producing management information would be beneficial but is not essential.  More important is the ability to troubleshoot problems, develop solutions and learn new skills.  A good level of literacy and numeracy to support editing and checking is important.

This is an opportunity to join a friendly, professional and award-winning HR department at a leading University.  The post is available immediately on a full-time basis, on an open contract. A flexitime scheme operates which allows for flexible working within operational guidelines.

Interviews will be held on 20 April 2017. 

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