Moodle Site Development

Moodle Site Development

Cancelled

Job Description

An Australian online training company requires a Moodle website developer. The person will implement and redesign the base content of Moodle to suit the needs of the organisation.

This will involve changing the layouts, adding plugins, API integrations. Other requirements could include:

Help develop and evolve an innovative, progressive, online training website
Develop reusable web-based tools and applications which will become part of the website.
Create and manage smaller web based products for a variety of clients
Programme all of the front and back end aspects of these sites
Provide advice and guidance on web development and learning technologies.

Candidate Requirements

Experience of developing and customising a Moodle 2.0 + environment.
Moodle LMS deployment and development
Moodle theme development
Front-end development technologies including: XML / HTML / JavaScript
New and emerging web development technologies including: HTML5, CSS3, canvas, and WebGL
Working with SCORM 1.2 / 2004, AICC
Some form of back-end/dynamic development technology including (but not all of) Javaserver Pages and Java, XML, PHP, Oracle, MS SQL Server, ColdFusion Server, CFML, CFScript, IIS, Windows Server environments
Enthusiastic with excellent interpersonal skills
Proactive team player and creative
Good oral and written communication skills
The ability to communicate technical information in plain language
Good at managing workload and working towards tight deadlines
Any of the following skills an advantage but not essential; Dreamweaver CS6,
Flash CS6 including: ActionScript 1, 2 and 3, IOS App Development (Objective-C)
SCORM 1.2 / 2004 package creation, experienced in using various social media tools to stimulate online interaction.

Please note: This is an ongoing role with opportunity to increase hours on successful initial project completion.

PLEASE NOTE: Initial changes to front page of pre-installed Moodle template required. Further discussions for ongoing Moodle site development once this has been satisfactorily completed.