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Vacancy: E-Learning Officer

EASPD is looking for an E-learning Officer to join their team in Brussels. The E-Learning Officer will contribute to the implementation, development and design of the EASPD e-learning current services and new products. S/he will coordinate and align the design of learning activities (course images, online learning modules and online communities of practice) and the EASPD e-learning hub ( on which all the EASPD e-learning products are hosted to offer a coherent learning environment.
The post holder will also support the promotion, development and implementation of online and blended training activities as well as the visual design of the training products according to the identified needs (per project specific requirements) using application of modern technologies and modern tools which are compatible with the highest degree of accessibility.
We are looking for a person willing to work within EASPD’s headquarters in Brussels in a temporary framework of 3 to 4 months. The E-Learning Officer will work in close cooperation with members of the Development, Research & Innovation team and different Project Officers. The work would involve covering a broad variety of topics in the field of human rights and social services.
Persons with disabilities are particularly welcome to apply for the position.


Overview of duties:

  • Update the design of the EASPD e-learning platform
  • Develop online training courses
    • Support Project Officers on online training course development, including advise on pedagogical approach
    • Design the online features on each training course / module
    • Upload and test content in the e-learning platform
  • Design support for course followers in using e-learning tools
  • Contribute to writing technology-enhanced learning/teaching-related project proposals for funding.
  • The officer will be expected to perform some office management duties, as assigned by the line manager and/or the Secretary General.


  • Proven experience with Learning Management Systems (LMS) - Moodle;
  • Proven experience in training design; 
  • Excellent written communication skills in English;
  • Excellent IT skills, especially with design and photo/video-editing software;
  • A suitable-for-the-post degree
  • Ability to be flexible, adaptable and work effectively in and across international teams.
  • Experience on web design and development;
  • Knowledge about accessibility tools and techniques;
  • Knowledge on social care / social service provision;
  • One additional European language (full professional fluency, written and spoken).

Terms of the contract


  • The selected person must have a valid permit to work in the EU and live in Belgium.
  • The workstation is the EASPD headquarters in Brussels (BE); partial teleworking arrangements are possible.
  • Contract 38 hours per week; remuneration according to experience (following Belgian legislation - PC 329 Social Sector).
  • Starting date: no later than 1st September 2020.
  • Fixed-term employment contract for max. 4 months period ( September  – December 2020).


What we offer:

  • The opportunity to work with a well-respected European NGO in Brussels.
  • Working in a young multicultural environment.
  • A chance to learn more about the social care & support sectors and organisations from all over Europe.


Application procedure


  • If you feel that you have the skills and competences for the job and could fit into our team, please email your CV and (max. one pager) motivation letter to Ms Carmen Arroyo de Sande
  • The deadline for applications is 26th July 2020.
  • EASPD regrets that we are unable to acknowledge all applications received. Please note that only suitable candidates will be invited for an interview.


Recruitment Data Privacy Statement


  • EASPD commits to carefully handle the privacy and data protection of natural persons whose personal data are processed by EASPD.
  • EASPD only processes the personal data in a way that is compatible with the purposes for which the data were collected.
  • Personal data is collected to facilitate the recruitment process. Data given to EASPD is included in the CV you need to submit for your application to be considered.
  • EASPD takes appropriate measures to ensure your personal data is not kept for longer than necessary for the intended purposes. That is why your CV will not be kept by EASPD after the recruitment process is finished. Should you wish EASPD to keep your CV for future vacancies, please include this statement in your cover letter.