IT Trainer - Scotland or Remote

IT Trainer

Ref: 977Wednesday 19 January 2022


One of the world’s leading global law firms, this company operates in over 80 countries and is committed to providing their private and public clients with world-class representation and service. As the legal industry continues to rapidly evolve, this firm is at the forefront of the change using innovative approaches to challenge the status-quo.


With more than 20,000 employees and some of the highest-quality talent in the legal sector, the company has developed a remote delivery team to provide a carefully crafted blended learning experience to their staff across all areas of IT products and projects. They are looking to bring in an IT trainer who can join this team to help develop and deliver the IT training strategy and roadmap, alongside other responsibilities such as the development of digital learning, on boarding programmes for new staff members and delivering virtual training sessions, workshops and pop-up events. The company is keen to provide concise, targeted and relevant training through varying formats that are engaging and accessible for all of their employees.


Technical skills

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience and proven track record of delivering remote and eLearning training in either legal or professional services setting
  • Knowledge and use of an eLearning authoring software e.g. Articulate 360 or Camtasia
  • Advanced knowledge and experience in training all core Microsoft Office products
  • Experience using a learning management system
  • Experience in writing training materials, designing courses and in creating digital learning solutions
  • MOS and TAP certifications are desirable

Personal Skills

  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills
  • Confident and engaging presenter and facilitator
  • Positive, proactive and motivated, thrives on owning new initiatives
  • Able to work under pressure to project deadlines
  • Passionate about developing engaging, audience-specific learning solutions across a range of subject areas