E-learning jobs facilitated by Learning Light
August 04, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsHaving built up an impressive reputation over many years as the place on the internet to look for, and advertise, jobs within the e-learning development industry in the UK, the e-Learning Job Centre is going from strength to strength now that it has come under the auspices of Learning Light (LL), a non-profit organisation, seeking to establish itself as a Centre of Excellence in the use of learning technologies in the workplace.
“This is not a recruitment agency but, rather, is a free service for jobseekers to advertise their skills and experience - while employers and recruitment agencies pay just £15 per vacancy to advertise their e-learning opportunities,” said Mark Pittaway, LL’s CEO.
“We accept postings from the UK and Europe. We also offer a notification service for those who want to be alerted to new jobs and/or jobseekers on the site,” he added.
Current job vacancies and job seekers included on the e-Learning Job Centre cover instructional designers, project supporters, technical consultants, web programmers and sales personnel including sales managers.
The e-Learning Job Centre’s founder, Jane Knight, who is now LL’s head of research, commented: “Some of the comments we’ve received from those who have used our posting service include, ‘We took an advert for an instructional design specialist and had a tremendous response: 23 applications in four days’; ‘Within 24 hours of posting my availability on the e-Learning Job Centre, I had a new contract,’ and ‘Only 30 minutes after the job had been posted we had already received three applications - and good ones at that - and a lot more poured in soon afterwards.’"
The growing use made of this service – bringing together job seekers and job providers in the e-learning industry – is a sure sign that the industry is growing, said Pittaway He added: “Learning Light is delighted to be playing a key role in facilitating this industry’s growth in this way.”
For further details of the e-Learning Job Centre, visit http://www.e-learningjobcentre.co.uk/jobs.htm
Notes for Editors:
About the e-Learning Job Centre
There are three ways to find a job using this service:
1. View the current e-Learning Job postings and contact the employer concerned by email.
2. Sign up to job alerts to receive emails when a new job is added to the e-Learning Job Centre.
3. Post details of your availability.
For Job Providers
There are three ways to fill your vacancies:
1. View the current e-Learning Jobseeker postings and contact advertisers directly.
2. Sign up to jobseeker alerts, to receive emails when a new jobseeker is added to the e-Learning Job Centre.
3. Post details of job vacancies with your organisation.
The e-Learning Job Centre is a service of Learning Light.
About Learning Light Ltd
Learning Light is a non-profit organisation that builds relationships between learning technology researchers, suppliers, buyers and learners providing learner-centric information to encourage the growth of learning technologies. By sharing comprehensive research, highlighting successes and failures, Learning Light helps to promote the learning technologies community.
Learning Light provides bespoke and individual services to help both buyers and suppliers of learning technologies (e-Learning). Its current services include:
Providing access to expert insights, advice and guidance built on indepth research. Helping organisations to effectively implement learning technologies (e-Learning) and integrate them within their workflow processes.
Partnering with leading thinkers in the industry and providing a network for all interested in the field to share information, knowledge, insight, experience and expertise, through utilising online community tools, networking events, conferences and guru seminars.
Our highly experienced team offers organisations access to range of competitively priced consultancy services supporting buyers with the effective implementation of their learning technology (e-Learning) requirements. And, for suppliers, helping to provide a range of services to assist market awareness and generate growth.
In addition, Learning Light provides a comprehensive Professional Development programme to help Learning & Development professionals understand the significance of learning technologies in the workplace today and how to effectively implement them within the workflow processes of their organisation.
Sheffield-based Learning Light is supported by Yorkshire Forward, the regional development agency for Yorkshire, and the Humber and Objective 1 South Yorkshire.
Further information from:
Mark Pittaway/ Kay Simpson, Learning Light, 0114 201 5703
Bob Little, Bob Little Press & PR, 01727 860405