Content Design Trainer Jobs Vacancy at Government Digital Service London
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Content Design Trainer Jobs Vacancy at Government Digital Service London Jobs Details:
Salary: £48,480 - £60,484 (depending on experience) - Internal loans Ts and Cs apply for CS applicants
Contract type: 24 Months Fixed Term
Grade: Cabinet Office Band A
Number of open roles: 1
Hours: 37 hours/week (42 hours incl. lunch)
Working pattern: flexible working, full-time, part-time, job share
Closing date for applications: 6th December 2017
CV sift date: 7th December 2017
Interviews: week commencing 11th December 2017
Interview location: The White Chapel Building, 10 Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 8QS
GDS leads digital transformation in government, collaborating with teams from other departments to help them build better public services. Alongside those departmental teams, we’re transforming government together.
Find ou t more at the GDS Blog .
We’re working with people across government to make government services and information simpler, clearer and faster for citizens and businesses.
To do that we need an excellent GOV.UK Content Design Trainer who can help content designers to write high-quality, user-focused content, and understand the web, technology and people.
We’re looking for someone with a strong background training content de signers, and training people to think about user needs. We’d like to have someone with experience in running training on publishing systems. And experience training in content strategy would be helpful.
You’ll be expected to travel to deliver sessions in government departments in other UK locations. Where possible we limit travel, but this is an element of the job that is expected of all trainers.
As a Content Design Trainer on GOV .UK, you’ll be:
- scoping , creating and delivering training for publishers and content designers across government, including Writing for GOV.UK and Using Whitehall Publisher
- continually improving the capability of content designers across government through running advanced courses like user needs, user journey mapping, pair writing and content crits
- reviewing the work of content designers during training sessions and giving constructive and honest feedback
- analysing feedback on training, workshops and confe rences to continuously improve
- gathering and assessing longer term impact data on the effect on digital capability of the learning experiences you deliver
- identifying pain points for the community and working out ways to solve them, sharing findings with the team and working to continually develop and improve the courses
- working with the team to design, test, iterate and launch new learning methods including large scale classes, online and blended courses, peer learning, and train the trainer models
- suppo rting the team in other community building activities such as contributing to the community newsletter, answering queries on Basecamp online forum and attending ConCon the biannual learning festival
Skills and experience
It’s essential that you have:
- experience designing and delivering a variety of learning experiences like courses, workshops, and presentations
- excellent facilitation, training, communication and influencing skills including an ability to manage and build a positive and inclusive workin g environment
- the ability to keep the attention and focus of learners and manage mixed ability sessions and varying group sizes
- the ability to explain user needs and user-centred design principles as applied to content design, and to convince others that it is the best way to build government information and services
- experience of producing digital content and using online publishi ng or content management systems
- the ability to write, edit, quality check and publish digital content that is accurate, user-focused, high-quality and accessible
- problem -solving skills with a high attention to detail, proactively removing blockers to ensu re work is delivered
- flexibility and ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities in an agile environment, cope with complexity and change
It is desirable that you have:
- the ability to communicate effectively at all levels across government
- experienc e of digital transformation, or organisational change
- experience of taking complex ideas and processes and making them simple to understand
Civil Service Competencies
In the Civil Service we use our Competency Framework Competency Framework to outline expected behaviours and we will use these as part of our wider assessment during the interview process.
For this role, the following competencies are the most relevant:
- changing and improving
- making effective decisions
- leading and communicating
- collaborating and partnering
- managing a quality service
- delivering at pace
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability status.
Things you need to know You can find out about the application process and practical details like our office locations on the things you need to know page.
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