We’re on a mission to create a diverse group of future leaders. We do that through professional apprenticeships because we believe learning on-the-job creates a more equitable and successful path to careers. We find, train and support talented individuals, wherever they are in their career journey, and equip them with the in-demand tech, software engineering, and data skills to transform their careers and deliver a better route to growth for their employers.
We’ve had some big achievements. We hit 10,000 apprentices in our community - and counting. We launched one of the largest data apprenticeship programs in the UK with Jaguar Land Rover, and we’ve partnered with companies like Mars, Verizon and CitiBank. Not to forget becoming a mission-driven EdTech unicorn after our $220m Series D.
But we aren’t stopping here. Join Multiverse and build the future of learning at work.
Learning Designers are responsible for creating the curriculum for our world-class apprenticeship programs in fulfilment of our ambition to build an outstanding alternative to university and corporate training. We are looking for someone who is interested in designing instructional programs, and wants to create a massive impact by unlocking the potential of underrepresented talent through applied learning.
This is a unique opportunity to lead high-profile learning design initiatives in a high-growth business, working closely with teams across the business.
Specifically, you will...
Design best-in-class curriculum across Multiverse’s data programs that demonstrates a strong return on investment to our clients.
Apply your knowledge of what works in higher education, corporate training or professional development to create a range of possibilities including live and asynchronous learning
Embed Multiverse’s applied learning approach in all our content
Design multiple modes of delivering content for each stage in the program
Work with subject matter experts to ensure content is industry-aligned for your program
Bring your curiosity and deep knowledge of learning and learning technology to ensure that Multiverse is at the forefront of trends in highly effective learning
A Bit About You...
4+ years of experience in instructional design, within a commercial training environment (e.g. a learning and development function). This can be backed up with experience within the education space.
2+ years of experience with data tools such as Tableau, PowerBI, Google Data Studios, or Python (alternatives are fine).
Have a demonstrable track record of excellence and impact
Are successful at working with senior stakeholders and influencing without authority
Communicate effectively and can have difficult conversations with peers and senior stakeholders
Are passionate about social and economic mobility and the goal of ensuring that all people, regardless of background, have access to the best opportunities.
Time off - 27 days holiday, plus 7 additional days off: 1 life event day, 2 volunteer days and 4 company-wide wellbeing days
Health & Wellness- private medical Insurance with Bupa, a medical cashback scheme, life insurance, gym membership & wellness resources through Gympass and access to Spill - all in one mental health support
Hybrid & remote work offering - with weekly or monthly visits to the London office and the opportunity to work abroad 45 days a year
Team fun - weekly socials, company wide events and office snacks!
Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We’re an equal opportunities employer. And proud of it. Every applicant and employee is afforded the same opportunities regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. This will never change.
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