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Job title: eLearning Editor

Salary: on application

One day a week (2PAs), two-year contract

Is this you?

We want to make a transformational change in our approach to eLearning.  Over the next two years we aim to work with an internationally renowned faculty of academic rheumatologists in the UK to develop a curriculum-based rheumatology eLearning platform, aimed at StRs in adult, paediatric and adolescent rheumatology, but relevant to consultants and AHPs in the UK and worldwide.

You'll recruit an eLearning Editorial Board, who will be responsible for the structure and content of eLearning courses and for ensuring regular quality control and updates, supported by our Education team at BSR. You'll identify and commission content on key topic areas and ensure all BSR member audience needs are met.

How to apply: please send a CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements for this role to recruitment@rheumatology.org.uk by 5:30pm on Friday 14 February. Interviews will take place in the afternoon of Tuesday 25 February.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Victoria Logan on vlogan@rheumatology.org.uk.

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