Fees: Dependent on project and role
Contract type: Project based
To help The London Institute of Banking & Finance – a leading provider of financial education at the heart of the finance sector since 1879 – develop and deliver a range of digital learning and assessment programmes, we are seeking competent and reliable freelancers with expertise in the following areas:
- Editorial and educational content production – efficient digital copy editing and development editing (using Word with tracked changes), proofreading, writing linking content and formative assessment questions in interactive formats for students, such as multiple choice or drag and drop.
- Multimedia production – graphic design, audio and video production including filming, editing and animation using the Adobe Creative Cloud suite, as well as voiceover artists.
- Learning technology – creative flair and an eye for accuracy in using a range of software packages such as H5P, Adobe Creative Cloud suite, Zoom, Articulate 360 suite, Camtasia, Vyond, or equivalent, ideally with a working knowledge of D2L’s Brightspace virtual learning environment, HTML and CSS.
Freelancers will be expected to provide their own equipment and access to the relevant software. Any intellectual property created within an LIBF project resides with LIBF. Expertise in banking and finance subject areas is not required.
We are looking to create a panel of experienced freelancers to fulfil our requirements for current and future project-based work. This means that there won't always be projects across all disciplines with immediate work needed, but if your skillset meets our requirements we’ll be in contact. Before we’re able to offer you work, we may ask you to complete a short competency-vetting exercise.
Here at The London Institute of Banking & Finance we support our staff to create work-life balance which works for them and welcome candidates looking for career flexibility. We are open to discussing flexible working at interview stage.
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please send your CV and a short statement indicating the role(s) you are interested in, your experience and your normal day rate to email@example.com.
Alternatively, to request an informal chat with the relevant team, please email your CV and a short statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that depending on number of CVs we receive; we may close the advert early. Due to the high volumes we receive, it may not be possible to respond to all applicants who are unsuccessful. However, all CVs will be kept on file for a year should other opportunities arise.