E-Learning Designer

Salary: £30,000 pro-rata – 3 days per week (fixed-term, 12-month contract)

Reports to: Digital Product Manager

Hello! We’re InnovateHer. We are on a mission: To get girls ready for the tech industry and the industry ready for girls. 

We run three strands of activity to help us achieve this – our award winning educational programmes for girls, our industry membership network and campaigning to raise awareness on a national level. 

We’re seeking an experienced E-Learning Designer to create engaging content for our platform which is aimed at teens aged 13-16. This role is unique and highly rewarding; you will have the opportunity to impact upon the life chances of young people from underrepresented groups. 

We’ve been delivering educational programmes in schools for over 4 years; but in 2020 we began to deliver our educational work virtually so we could continue to reach our communities (students, teachers and parents). You can view a live version of the eLearning platform at online.innovateher.co.uk

We need you to bring a wealth of expertise relating to designing effective eLearning frameworks and be focussed on improving the student experience.

To find out more about our work, visit our website.

What you’ll do:

Course design:


  • Work with the Product Manager to conduct research into student and industry needs and create an overarching content plan for future course topics, collaborating with our partner network.
  • Work with subject matter experts and collaborate with the internal team to identify the learning framework per course.
  • Set clear instructional end goals and create content that matches them. 
  • Identify inspiring role models to be featured in the course content from our industry partner network. Create clear briefs to instruct tutors in our requirements.
  • Write and edit engaging scripts for tutors and assist them to produce videos in our brand style. 
  • Create engaging learning activities and compelling online course content, working closely with external suppliers where appropriate to achieve this.
  • Understand how the LMS works, it’s features and functionality and create a variety of content types to suit.
  • Apply trends and best practices in learning technologies, including reviewing new tools and technology which may enhance the learning experience.
  • Prioritise accessibility and create content in multiple formats to serve a wide range of learners needs.
  • Understand how to design a course to complement the national curriculum and align with employers needs.
  • Create content for the wider LMS, such as copy for landing pages, additional videos to inspire learners and work closely with the marketing team to repurpose content for our other platforms.

Coordination and planning:

  • Co-ordinate and curate supporting material/media.
  • Maintain internal documentation and course folders.
  • Upload content into our LMS.

Course Analysis and feedback:


  • Devise modes of assessment, such as surveys, tests or quizzes, to measure the effectiveness of the course and help us to refine our metrics.
  • Continuously review the student and teacher experiences by gathering feedback and enhance the learner’s journey with content improvements, where needed.

About you

You are passionate about creating and designing course content for young people, ideally for key stage 3 and 4. You will have in-depth knowledge of how to design engaging learning experiences. You will be able to use design tools, like photoshop, canva, illustrator or similar to create visually appealing lesson plans and videos. You will be able to write effective copy for instructional text, audio and video scripts, using accessibility at the core of your writing and work. You will be good at managing relationships with external stakeholders, producers and suppliers, and used to working collaboratively to achieve a common goal. 

You will enjoy gathering feedback, analysing it and seeing the results of your efforts, putting student satisfaction at the heart of your work. You’ll want to create social impact through your content. You will be our ‘quality control’ function, ensuring that all content is on-brand, high quality and suitable for teens.

We’re also looking for someone who is passionate about our mission and is creative, flexible, and determined.

If this sounds like you then we’d love to hear from you!


We are a remote-first organisation, which means that you can work from home or any location in the UK. We have an office based in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. This space can be used for collaboration or as a base to work from, if working from home full time isn’t for you. Once a quarter we’ll ask you to meet with the rest of the team face to face for our planning and strategy days. 

What we offer:

This is a part-time role at 24 hours a week. The salary is £30k per annum pro-rata.

We provide a laptop (mac) and all the equipment you’ll need to work remotely.

What else you’ll get from us:

Our team work hard to make a difference to people’s lives, particularly the young people we work with. In return, we are proud to provide our team with a wide range of benefits, including flexible working and a generous annual leave package, which contributes to maintaining a strong work-life balance. 

Benefits include:

  • Remote working with the option to collaborate in the office base.
  • Flexible working hours – we are an output-driven organisation and we operate on trust.
  • 25 days annual leave (pro rata), birthday off, plus full office shut down at Christmas.
  • Access to our feminist book library!
  • A supportive team environment with an open culture.
  • Training and development opportunities tailored to your personal development plan.

Equal Opportunities 

InnovateHer is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. 

All InnovateHer employees will undergo an enhanced DBS check because we work closely with young people. Having a criminal record will not necessarily stop you from being an employee at InnovateHer. However, any information contained on your Disclosure certificate would require further consideration before a recruitment decision could be made. All such cases are fully and fairly considered before a final decision is reached and InnovateHer would normally provide you with the opportunity to discuss, in person, the circumstances of any information revealed.


First stage:

CV and application form

Deadline for applications: 13th August 2021

Second stage:

Voice Clip recording (3 questions, 10 minutes)
Deadline: 18th August 2021

Third stage:

Short task/presentation (5 minutes)
Face-to-face interview (virtual): 23rd – 26th August 2021

Notification of decision: Tuesday 31st August

Start date: Dependent on notice period

Apply for this role by filling out our application form and submitting your CV


IMPORTANT: Our first stage is a blind recruitment process so please make sure to remove your name and any identifiable information from your CV and examples of work.



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