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Online Resources Developer

Diocese of Sheffield Rotherham
Closing Date
Mon, 24/05/2021 - 11:00
Hours
Full Time
Salary
£25651 per annum
Max Salary
£25651
Description of Job
We are seeking a creative individual for an exciting new role supporting the Learning Development Manager, as part of the St Peter’s College team, to deliver high-quality digital learning resources. These resources support the formation and lifelong learning of lay and ordained leaders and the wider church community.
Over the last year of living under restrictions, there has been a much greater openness to digital resources and most of our churches now have a much greater online presence. We are maximising our impact by fully embracing a blended approach to all of our learning processes.

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
• To help promote the delivery of the diocesan strategy by developing content for online learning resources and related materials that support the formation and lifelong learning of lay and ordained leaders and the wider church community.
• To promote, develop and support digital and blended learning in a creative and dynamic way, working collaboratively with the St Peter’s and Parish Support Teams.
How to apply for the job
For more information or chat, contact the Learning Development Manager – graham.sandersfield@sheffield.anglican .org. More information on St Peter’s College can be found at https://stpeterscollege.org.uk. To apply please complete the application form and return to admin@sheffield.anglican.org
Employer

Diocese of Sheffield

Rotherham

The Diocese of Sheffield is made up of Church of England organisations located throughout South Yorkshire and the southern parts of the East Riding of Yorkshire. It comprises parishes, schools, chaplaincies, missional communities and other organisations all united by their common Christian faith.


It is an Anglican diocese that is made up of a diverse community of mission-focused people who are seeking to transform their lives, and the lives of others, by sharing the Christian faith. Since the creation of the diocese in 1914, the shape of the villages, towns and cities may have changed but the people are still vibrant, energetic and passionate about serving our Lord Jesus Christ.


As a diocese we have been called to grow a sustainable network of Christ-like, lively and diverse Christian communities in every place which are effective in making disciples and in seeking to transform our society and God’s world. Every day around the diocese, dedicated, creative and passionate people are working together in the mission of God.


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