Educational Designer

at University of Melbourne

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About the Law School

Melbourne Law School is Australia's most highly ranked law school and is committed to high quality teaching, research and engagement. An all graduate school, its main programs are the Juris Doctor, Melbourne Law Masters and Graduate Research Degrees. It also teaches into a range of innovative undergraduate breadth or inter-disciplinary subjects. It is a vibrant intellectual community with partnerships in many countries around the world.

The University of Melbourne is a leading international university with a tradition of excellence in teaching and research. The University employs people of outstanding calibre and offers a unique environment where staff are valued and rewarded. Further information about working at the University and the benefits available to staff can be found at this link: http://our.melbourne.edu.au/staff.html

About the role

The Education Designer will be responsible for working with academic and professional staff in designing, developing and deploying digital and online learning resources that contribute to the teaching and learning programs at Melbourne Law School (MLS). In addition to educational design, the position focuses on capacity building: assisting academic staff in developing the design and technical skills needed for digital and online teaching and assisting in implementing MLS and University priorities for online teaching development. The candidate will have evidence of creativity with a focus on the student learning experience and will be able to manage projects across the subject offerings within MLS.

The role of Education Designer will be based at Melbourne Law School and report to Associate Professor Julie Clarke.

About you

Solid experience in the practice of educational design, particularly through student-based learning, is essential, as is an understanding of education in the contemporary learning context and a background in the development of frameworks for efficient and effectively learning design.

The incumbent will need to build positive relationships with a variety of internal and external professional and academic stakeholders and gain a thorough understanding of the University's policy and operational frameworks.

If you are keen to utilise your skills in a diverse and varied role at Melbourne Law School, please address the selection criteria in the Position Description and submit your application before the closing date.

Indigenous Australians seeking support to apply for a vacancy are encouraged to contact the University by emailing their contact details and position number to law-hr@unimelb.edu.au.

Parkville Victoria Australia
FULL_TIME
2019-09-06
2019-09-30

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