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Contract Type: x1 Permanent, Full Time & x1 Temporary (18 months)

Salary: Grade 7 (£27,803-£29,777)

Location: Humberside Fire & Rescue Service Headquarters, Summergroves Way, Hull

Closing Date: Friday 31st May 2024

Two exciting vacancies have arisen for the challenging but rewarding post of Learning and Development Technician within the Training and Development Department. We have one permanent opportunity and one temporary opportunity which may have the potential to become permanent in the future. We are a dedicated team within the fire service, focused on ensuring our personnel are trained to the highest standards, ready to serve our community.

Being at the forefront of integrating technology with fire service training, our digital L&D team ensures that our personnel are trained with cutting-edge, computer-based maintenance of competence across the full service, this is delivered in multiple disciplines and with a broad range of blended material, some examples of the role requirements for delivery are:

  • Design, develop, and deliver computer-based fire service training modules.
  • Manage and maintain our online learning platforms.
  • Collaborate with firefighting teams to digitise traditional training content.
  • Evaluate digital training effectiveness and make necessary revisions.
  • Stay updated with the latest in National Operational Guidance, Fire Standards, Maturity Models, e-learning trends, and software tools.

Essential criteria:

The post holder should have excellent communication skills and a thorough knowledge within videography, 3D design, and multimedia, or proven experience in developing E-learning content and Competency Management Systems. Candidates require excellent ICT skills (preferred Microsoft 365 knowledge). They should be capable of problem solving with limited support, within timescales and agreed budgets. They will have a thorough understanding of service competency requirements and develop our competence recording systems to support them accordingly. In addition, be expected to produce high quality E-Learning materials that meet service need.

Further details of the role can be found in the Job Description (Attached)

It is important that you are confident in managing your own workload, can work on multiple projects and have a calm, collected work approach. Being able to estimate how much work you can sustain is also a valuable skill and knowing when to delegate and prioritise when things get busy helps too. We would really like you to be enthusiastic and self-motivated with a ‘can-do’ approach, putting innovation at the forefront of everything you do.

In return, the Service offers a range of benefits including flexible working, training, Local Government Pension Scheme, free parking and use of gymnasium facilities at Service Headquarters.

Application Process:

Interviews are anticipated to take place week commencing 10th June 2024.