Digitally Enabled Policing Programme (DEPP) supports the objectives of the Policing 2026 Strategy.
The Mobile Working Project which forms part of the DEPP is a key mechanism through which strategic objectives and key benefits will be realised.
The national implementation of mobile working’ through the introduction of mobile devices and associated applications will improve frontline productivity and effectiveness.
It will enable wider organisational change through investment in mobile digital technology and improved business practices.
This will enable a cultural shift, predicated on the creation of a technologically enabled workforce. This will allow Police Scotland to enhance its reputation as an organisation / employer of choice, by being recognised as making best use of modern technologies and equipping staff with the tools required to serve communities in the modern age.
Applications are invited from people who wish to drive the development, implementation and continual improvement of National E-
Learning within the Leadership, Training and Development Department.
The successful applicant will be required to promote, administer and support the National Managed Learning Environment and the associated learning support systems.
Assist with the development projects in the areas of E-Learning and produce reports and statistics as necessary. Design and create effective E-
Learning content, learning resources and materials whilst mentoring training staff and advising as necessary on the best practice and technology.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required with the ability to communicate effectively with staff at all levels of the organisation.
The successful candidate requires a minimum of an SCQF level8 qualification in a relevant subject, or a combination of relevant qualifications and significant E-
Learning experience. They will be required to provide a portfolio of work in support of their application and this should be supplied in advance of interview, if selected.