E-Learning Specialist

Job Locations UK-London
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(6/2/2018 9:15 AM)
# of Openings
AMT Training

Company Outline



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 AMT Training is a key part of Wilmington plc's Professional Division. As the world’s leading financial training business, AMT Training equip analysts and associates with the core skills required in banking and related sectors. AMT provides training worldwide, teaching in all major financial centres in Europe, US, India and Asia-Pac. AMT’s clients include all of the world’s top ten investment banks and the firm has offices in New York, London, and Hong Kong.

Main Purpose of Role


To assist in all aspects of e-learning design and development and other e-products provided by the organization to its clients. Also design and develop e-content in all forms and promote best practice. The ideal candidate will able to recommend new and innovative e learning solutions that are compatible with our LMS system.

Skills and Experience Required




  • Plan and design content to industry’s standards using appropriate e-learning methodology and satisfy customer demands
  • Development content utilising tools such as Articulate storyline and Captivate
  • Managing and maintaining our Learning Management System (LMS) and recommending new ways of displaying content
  • Create SCORM files for videos and quizzes / exams
  • Migrate / update and publish recordings: amend outputs for delivery
  • Explore, evaluate, recommend, plan, develop and pilot new technologies to keep ahead of the competition
  • Collaborate with Client Service manager’s (CSM’s) and trainers on improvements to blended learning and recommend new and innovative ways of displaying content on our e-learning platform.
  • Liaise with the Materials Manager and the Managing Director


  • Liaise with clients, and meet any additional requirements they may require
  • Recommend new and innovative ways to improve the webinar experience for our clients.

Ad hoc:

  • Collaborate with Wilmington’s e-learning team
  • Respond to client demands under tight deadlines
  • Provide support to Materials Team with any AMTO-related queries
  • Assist with client pitches where needed
  • Answer trainer, CSM, client queries


Expectations and Measures (what does ‘success’ look like for this role):

  • Prepare and communicate solutions clearly with colleagues as well as with clients
  • Inform company users of platform updates; coach them as and when necessary
  • Successfully tackle technical issues, seeking and applying relevant resources
  • Map, review and work on improving processes
  • Report issues to senior management
  • Seamlessly organise and run webinars
  • Identify urgent queries and requests, and prioritize accordingly


The person in this role:

  • Good end to end design and development experience from Instructional Design to delivery
  • Must be prepared to work hard in a busy deadline orientated environment
  • Thinks creatively and brings digital learning content to life
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)


The skills required:



Intermediate knowledge of Moodle

3-5 years’ experience in e-learning

Highly organized

Ability to work independently.

Experience and competence with Microsoft Outlook



A knowledge of the banking industry

Educated to degree-level or equivalent;

Experience with Microsoft Office PowerPoint/Word /Excel 2010.

Experience using Salesforce

Knowledge/Experience of Adobe Connect

Adobe CS and Articulate experience


This role is open to candidates who are looking for both a part time and full time position. We will consider flexi working arrangements for this position.


We are focused on ensuring that Wilmington remains a great place to work. We value our people and we continue to invest in their career development. We encourage learning, and career opportunities are possible across all Wilmington companies

“We are committed to equality, equality of opportunity and valuing diversity”.





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