LMS Jobs

Expert LMS Recruiters

At Instinct Resourcing, our team of specialist eLearning LMS recruiters have developed an extensive understanding of the technology-enhanced learning market, including the specific requirements of various LMS jobs. Amongst LMS recruiters, we’ve built a strong reputation for providing high-quality candidates that make an impact with their expertise in learning theory and pedagogical technique. Whether you’re looking for an executive hire or need to build an entire team for your vacant LMS administrator jobs, we’re here to support you. 

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LMS Specialist Talent Sourcing

Our subject matter expertise has enabled us to create a network of active candidates that possess the necessary skills and experience to deliver exceptional educational experiences through various learning management systems, from Moodle to Blackboard and proprietary LMS platforms. 

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital education, hiring managers and business leaders often face challenges in attracting and retaining in-demand candidates for their LMS specialist roles. That’s why we offer recruitment solutions that allow you to concentrate on your daily operations whilst we handle the sourcing, screening, and onboarding of qualified professionals. 

We aim to ensure that our clients can secure the expertise they need to drive excellence in the design, development, and administration of their learning management systems, curriculum, and courses.

LMS administrator jobs are focused on overseeing the smooth functioning of their employer’s learning management systems. They typically manage user accounts, course enrollments, and permissions, ensuring that students can access resources and teachers can set assignments. 

These experts provide technical support to users, helping to troubleshoot issues and conducting system maintenance tasks that contribute to the overall organisation by ensuring the efficient delivery of eLearning content.

An LMS data analyst plays a vital role in tracking learner progress and generating reports, helping to analyse and interpret data from their learning management systems. These meticulous professionals collect, organise, and evaluate data related to learner engagement, course completion rates, and assessment results. 

By extracting these insights and noting patterns and trends, an LMS data analyst provides actionable recommendations for improving learning outcomes, helping their employer make data-driven decisions that optimise training programmes, identify knowledge gaps, and measure the effectiveness of eLearning initiatives.

eLearning integration specialists are responsible for ensuring that their LMS is interoperable with other organisational systems and platforms, whether they’re recording attendance or allowing for functionality with classroom systems. These experts will typically collaborate with internal IT teams to provide customers with seamless data exchange, integrating their learning management systems with HR software, content management systems (CMS), and other technologies. 

LMS integration specialists contribute towards the efficiency, productivity, and overall effectiveness of eLearning programmes, helping to enhance data accuracy and improve user experience.

The LMS system architect is tasked with designing and implementing the back-end architecture of their learning management systems. By assessing business requirements, defining specifications, and planning the structure of their LMS, they can ensure that databases, servers, and integrations perform optimally. 

This role contributes to the overall functioning of an eLearning organisation by establishing a robust and reliable infrastructure that supports training, learning, and development objectives.

An LMS content manager is tasked with curating, organising, and maintaining eLearning content within the learning management systems they’re responsible for. These professionals will collaborate closely with subject matter experts, instructional designers, and multimedia specialists to develop engaging and impactful programmes of study and resources. 

LMS content managers ensure that courses provide quality, up-to-date educational experiences, managing repositories, metadata, and tagging to ensure that users can easily find the information they need.

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