This post is full time and permanent, working 35 hours per week.
We are seeking an individual who can act as a source of advice and support in relation to the exploitation of Generative AI in learning and teaching. Post-holders will help students and colleagues at the university to develop their AI literacy and use of corporate systems in relation to Generative AI, through the provision of 1:1 advice, workshops and short courses.
The post will be a part of the Learning Innovation and Digital Engagement (LIDE) group. LIDE operates on all sites within the University and provides specialist advice and support to staff on the exploitation of technology both in and outside of the classroom.
Applicants should have a degree level qualification in a relevant subject, or demonstrable and relevant equivalent qualifications/experience. They should have some understanding of the range of skills needed to effectively exploit technology in learning and teaching. Experience of working or learning or teaching in both face to face and virtual contexts and experience of issues that people may face in making use of technology in a work or learning context, are essential.
Applicants should have good general digital skills and proven experience in the exploitation of Generative AI by students for learning and colleagues for teaching. S/he should be customer-oriented and be able to demonstrate an engaging approach to helping and supporting others. Practical written and oral communication skills, including report writing and presentation skills, will be important to the role.
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Interviews are likely to be held on: w/c 27 November 2023
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