Learning Spaces Specialist

Paisley, Renfrewshire (GB)
Grade 6 £35,550 - £42,418 per annum
03 May 2018
End of advertisement period
01 Jun 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Learning Spaces Specialist
Education Futures
Full-time 35 hours
Paisley Campus
Grade 6 £35,550 - £42,418 per annum

UWS is a modern 21st century University that dares to be different. At UWS, we aim to change lives, transform communities and encourage enterprise through outstanding, distinctive and progressive higher education. We actively engage with our students and staff and collaborate with our partners and stakeholders to make sure that all can "Dream, Believe and Achieve". 
Education Futures is a new Professional Service at UWS created to support the University to respond to the challenges and opportunities generated by advances in technology. As a modern and adaptable University we have a unique opportunity to leverage these changes in a way that allows our graduates to, not just adapt, but to flourish, in this ever changing digital world. 

The Education Futures team will do this by supporting academic staff to embed technology in learning and teaching, and to achieve this we are looking to recruit energetic, ambitious, and focused individuals, who are capable of driving the use of new technologies and approaches across the University. 

The successful candidates are likely to be enthusiastic, futures-focused early-adopters who might be experienced Learning Technologists looking to specialise in one of three specific areas: education futures, learnings spaces, or, online learning. They will embrace and drive change, be a knowledgeable and enthusiastic communicator, and have a genuine passion for improving outcomes using technology.

Key to your success will be your genuine passion, and your ability to inspire others with energy, confidence, and enthusiasm. 

The role of Learning Spaces Specialist will provide specialist and professional guidance to support academic staff to realise the benefits of our technology-rich spaces by redesigning learning and assessment to make best use of the physical spaces. You will also contribute to future development by identifying and evaluating emerging classroom technology, including the use of mobile devices in the classroom, and AR and VR.

As well as Learning Technologists this role may be of interest to those with a background in classroom or emerging technology (sales, training, or support), along with the relevant skills, qualifications, and experience.

Further information, including details of how to apply is available at 

Closing Date:      Friday 1st June 2018

Interview Date:  Tuesday 19th June 2018

UWS is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from under-represented groups.

UWS is a “disability confident” employer.

University of the West of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity, no. SC002520.