Belfast-based Aurion Learning seeking to fill four new full-time roles
Dr Maureen Murphy, managing director, Aurion Learning

Belfast-based Aurion Learning seeking to fill four new full-time roles

14 Mar 2013

Online learning provider Aurion Learning has just announced the creation of four new permanent positions at its Belfast headquarters, with further jobs expected to be created in future.

Aurion Learning is currently seeking candidates to fulfil the roles of learning services manager, web application developer, web designer and training co-ordinator.

The company currently employs 20 full-time employees, as well as an associate network throughout Ireland and the UK, and has partnered with more than 400 client organisations to design online learning programmes and CPD management tools.

“Against the backdrop of a difficult trading environment, we have continued to grow and these new job creations will bring us to the next level,” said Aurion Learning managing director Dr Maureen Murphy.

“We’re always on the lookout for talented ambitious people to join our team. If you are interested in pushing people’s perception of what learning is and where it can happen, then we would love to hear from you,” she added.

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