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Learning Technologies Developer (Back-End)

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Technology Enhanced Learning

Location:  3 Quarry Hill, Leeds, LS2 7PD
Salary:  £32,817 to £36,914 per annum
Hours per Week:  37
Closing Date:  Monday 31 August 2020
Reference:  202101

The conservatoire is making significant investment in our Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) provision. TEL is an integral part of learning and teaching development and has a small,  committed, enthusiastic and supportive team. The TEL team needs a developer to be responsible for the back-end maintenance and development of TEL platforms, including the conservatoire’s Moodle VLE. Working in partnership with the front-end developer, the postholder will develop technologies to support the delivery of the curriculum.

The postholder will bring experience of programming with PHP (object oriented), database development skills (MySQL/SQL) complex systems integration and configuring webservers. The ability to communicate complex technical issues and concepts to a variety of audiences is essential, and other key attributes are organisation, time management, analytical skills and initiative.

This is an exciting opportunity to work in a collaborative and enthusiastic team, developing innovative technologies to support the delivery of the curriculum and the enhancement of the student experience.

This post is suitable for flexible working and for some remote working practices. 

Please click apply online to complete our online application.

The HR department is contactable by email at

Should current restrictions relating to travel and social distancing still be in force, interviews will take place remotely.

Leeds College of Music aims to be an inclusive employer and we welcome and encourage applications from a range of different backgrounds. We are currently trialling anonymous shortlisting. Your name and personal details will not be visible to the shortlisting panel until the shortlist has been completed

We are committed to fulfilling our responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 to provide appropriate adjustments for disabled candidates (including long-term health, mental health and neurodiverse conditions). Please contact our HR team as soon as possible if you have any adjustments or arrangements that would enable you to engage and participate with the application and selection process.

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