<!--anchor--> <!--anchor--> Technology Enhanced Learning Manager <!--anchor-->

Updated: about 1 month ago
Location: Strand, ENGLAND

The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Manager works alongside the other members of the TEL team to support the development and delivery of technology enhanced teaching & learning within King’s Foundations and across PACE.  They: 

•       Support King’s Foundations staff in the development of teaching &learning resources through the use a variety of TEL tools and platforms. 

•       Manage the annual cycle of the production and delivery of TEL resources e.g. KEATS rollover, set-up and support of online assessment etc. 

•       Monitor Staff TEL capabilities and facilitate all staff and student training/CPD to enhance TEL skills. 

•       Drive forward and support e-learning innovations which improve the user experience.  

•       Collaborate with teams across PACE and King’s to enhance TEL provision and represent KF on College-wide TEL projects/initiatives. 

The role is primarily based at Bush House on the King’s Strand Campus though you may be required to travel to other campuses on occasion.  King’s is currently trialling a hybrid working scheme where staff may be able to work remotely for part of the week, as determined by required output and departmental need. 

This post will be offered on an indefinite contract

This is a full-time post - 100% full time equivalent

•       To work with the Education Manager and the Deputy Director (Education) to support the King’s Education Strategy and implement the departmental TEL Strategy 

•       To work with Colleagues across PACE and the wider King’s Community, leading projects using technology enhanced learning to drive improvements in learning & teaching and the student experience.  

•       To advise on, develop, test and maintain teaching and learning resources using a variety of tools and platforms including Adobe Connect, Camtasia, Echo360, Kaltura, MS Teams, Moodle, Office365, Photoshop, Polleverywhere, Sharepoint, Turnitin and other TEL resources. 

•       To actively monitor trends, best practice and developments in e-learning and related fields. To evaluate the department’s TEL resources and practice against College and sector benchmarks. 

•       To develop training and support material for teaching and professional services staff and students, facilitate training workshops, and deliver ad-hoc deskside coaching in e-learning systems and practices.  

•       To manage the annual VLE rollover and to act as the primary VLE contact for King’s Foundations.  To manage staff access/permissions and ensure KEATS pages and resources are well structured and up to date. 

•       To work closely with the King’s Foundations Programmes and Student Experience teams to manage all KEATS content, and actively assist in the management of online assessment through KEATS and Turnitin. 

•       To actively monitor trends, best practice and developments in e-learning/related fields and evaluate the department’s TEL resources and practice against College and sector benchmarks. 

•       To act as an effective liaison between King’s Foundations teaching staff and King’s technical services. To proactively develop a network of contacts, participating in collaborative cross-PACE and King’s TEL projects and representing the department on College fora. 

•       To support the production of KF video content, being the lead the use of the Kaltura video hosting platform, sharing best practice for video production in an educational content.

The above list of responsibilities may not be exhaustive, and the post holder will be required to undertake such tasks and responsibilities as may reasonably be expected within the scope and grading of the post.

Essential criteria

1.       Educated to degree level or equivalent experience

2.       Excellent understanding of the application of e-learning technologies in a Higher Education setting and knowledge of e-learning trends.

3.       Experience in the delivery of TEL-related services and projects across an organisation (including planning, implementation and on-going evaluation), enabling the effective use of technology enhanced teaching & learning.

4.       Extensive experience of using Moodle or equivalent VLE and associated technologies e.g. Echo360, Turnitin etc to enhance teaching and learning and good understanding of MS Office 365 Apps, including; SharePoint and Teams.

5.       Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders and explain complicated/technical topics to those of all ability levels.

6.       Well-developed training and presentation skills. Experience in designing and delivering training content via workshops/to individuals.

7.       Excellent project and task management skills with ability to prioritise and work under pressure to meet deadlines.

8.       Proactive and self-motivated, with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

9.       A strong commitment to equality and diversity in the workplace.

Desirable criteria

1.       Membership of relevant professional bodies, e.g. ALT.

2.       An understanding of the key challenges facing higher education and the implications for the student experience.

About King’s School of Professional & Continuing Education

King’s School of Professional & Continuing Education is a new, cross-cutting function designed to widen the educational reach of King’s. It brings together five existing areas: King’s Foundations, Summer Programmes, Modern Language Centre, King’s Online and King’s Professional & Executive Development. Each of these areas are well established, respected and recognised within and beyond the King’s community. Utilising this success as a springboard, the School of Professional & Continuing Education has been established to provide a clear platform to enable greater and more seamless collaboration with colleagues in Faculties, enabling, developing and delivering a wider view of education across the College, delivered on campus, online and in a blended format. The Function will support King’s in this area, particularly around educational innovation and transformational learning experiences for different groups of students at different learning moments, whilst also addressing current structural barriers to growth each area faces.

Our vision is to work collaboratively with Faculties to develop and deliver King’s ambitions in expanding learning opportunities across the education spectrum. By expanding what education means at King’s, the new School will offer a joined-up approach to facilitating a broader King’s education experience to individual learners, public and private sector groups, and partners, both in the UK and internationally.

About King’s Foundations


King’s Foundations is a leading centre for EAP and pathway education across the HE sector, accredited by the British Council. As one of the largest providers of pathway education, we welcome over 2,500 students each year across our

King’s International Foundation Programmes

and our range of

Pre-sessional Programmes

, with programmes offered online, on campus and in a blended way. We also offer a range of short courses with partners and support all King’s students through contributing to a range of co-curricular academic skills and language development courses.


Our mission is to support a diverse group of learners to achieve their potential at King’s, supporting students to become independent and inquisitive learners. King’s Foundations is home to approximately 80 permanent staff, growing to around 150 during our busy summer months.  We champion a forward-thinking approach to education and take a digitally-enabled approach across all aspects of education. Over the last 6 years, the department has seen significant planned growth in support of King’s Vision 2029, with annual income of over £20m.


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