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Digital Learning Design and Innovation Lead Position at Whitley

14 May 2024

Whitley College is looking to fill the newly created position of ‘Digital Learning Design and Innovation Lead’. This is a part-time role (0.5 FTE).

The ideal person will be a creative, highly motivated, and skilled individual with experience and qualifications in the field of digital learning, preferably in the tertiary education sector.

They will be able to demonstrate strengths in the successful design and deployment of innovative solutions in digital learning. Our staff team of approximately twenty people works flexibly from our temporary campus in Box Hill with some working from home where appropriate.

This part-time role, is based onsite at the college’s temporary college location at St Paschal Precinct, 90 Albion Rd Box Hill. Flexible working arrangements may be applicable, where effective. Salary will be discussed with the shortlisted candidates.

The successful candidate will be required to commence immediately, subject to contract.

If you are interested, please download the full position description here.


How to Apply

Please email your full CV with a Cover Letter to the Executive Assistant to the Principal, Carrie Chiu:

Applications will only be considered if they are accompanied by a full CV, plus a cover letter outlining how your experience and qualifications align with the requirements for the role.

The deadline for applications will be at 5.00pm, Friday 7th June 2024.

Successful applicants should be prepared to be available for an interview in either of the weeks beginning Monday 10th June and Monday 17th June.

For more information please contact


About Whitley

Whitley is the Baptist College of Victoria and offers theological education, doctoral supervision, and ministerial formation to students in Victoria, Australia, and internationally.

Our vision looks beyond educational achievements fostered only in a classroom or a Zoom environment. We anticipate significant and ongoing improvements to our existing digital learning environment and online presence over the next three years.

Whitley aspires to be a learning organisation that will equip and resource its staff to be the best digital educators they can be, encouraging and supporting advanced digital literacy across our staff team and within our student community.