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Lille campus – Full time position
As Multimedia Instructional Technologist you will be part of a team creating advanced learning modules for online and blended courses for learners, professionals, and students. You will have considerable experience of providing instructional technology services during the design and development of online and blended courses. In this role, you will provide campus-wide leadership in integrating the use of multimedia into educational projects. Your project management skills contribute to your success in this role as you will be responsible for managing multiple projects. This vacancy is based in Lille.
Your tasks include the following:
Applicants should have the following qualifications:
Conditions of Employment
The new Instructional Designer is invited to join EDHEC Business School as soon as possible and preferably no later than 1 January 2018. Permanent contract.
EDHEC Business School was founded in 1906 by a group of entrepreneurs from northern France who were looking for a response to their training needs in international commerce. EDHEC is a private school and has operated as a non-profit entity since 1958. It benefits from important investment from the private sector, including corporate sponsorship and donations.
A century later, EDHEC is recognized as one of the best business schools in Europe: ranked in the top 15 in Europe in the Financial Times Global Business Schools ranking, EDHEC is also in The Economist’s European Top 10 for its Full Time MBA and among the top five Business Schools in France. Its programme in Finance is also ranked 1st by the Financial Times in its worldwide ranking of Masters of Sciences in Finance in 2017. The excellence of EDHEC Business School has also been recognized through its triple accreditation: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.
The Lille Campus, which is eco-friendly, entrepreneurial and within easy access of the city, embodies both the dynamism of the EDHEC Business School and its innovative strategy. The campus welcomes 4,000 students (one third of whom come from abroad) every year, and provides cutting-edge equipment such as its digital networked library and its trading room, which is a key factor in the learning-by-experience system that has been specifically implemented in France. Lille is also the headquarters of the EDHEC Young Entrepreneurs (EYE) Incubator, along with its network and partners, symbolising EDHEC’s commitment to encouraging and supporting entrepreneurial vocations.Lire la suite
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