Moodle Jobs raining this week – Moodle developers in high demand @Moodlejobs

Moodle jobs are raining for experienced Moodle developers. The demand for experienced Moodle developers is increasing day by day and within last few days there are 8 new Moodle jobs posted in the Moodle Jobs database.

Most of the jobs postings are for Moodle developers but includes Instructional designers, PHP developers, Lead Platform developers etc. The job entries includes Part time, Full time, contract, telecommute, remote locations so you can choose the right kind of job which suits you the best.

Some of the best Moodle partners and universities around the world are seeking for experienced Moodle developers like Ennovation Solutions, LEO Learning and University of California San Francisco.

The latest entries in the last few days contains the following jobs postings:

PositionTypeLocationContact
Software Engineers – PHP Full-timeDublin, IrelandHR@enovation.ie
Moodle DeveloperFull-timeDublin, IrelandHR@enovation.ie
Moodle DeveloperFull-timePorto, Portugalrecruitment@mail.improveinternational.com
Experienced Moodle DeveloperContractAustraliasophie@ptacademy.edu.au
Moodle DeveloperPart-time
Contract
Telecommute/UAEarsalan@preston.edu.pk
Lead Platform developerFull-timeBrightonmarta.mayer@ltgplc.com
Instructional DesignerContractAnywhere / Telecommute / Remote / Worldwideinfo@childhub.org
Learning Technologies SpecialistFull-timeSan Francisco, CAlearningtech@ucsf.edu

As always, you can check out the full description of these opportunities by clicking on the links above, or by visiting Moodle.org/jobs.

If you want to post your Moodle related work requirements to the jobs database, then login to your account at moodle.org and then click the “Add entry” tab in the Jobs database.

Which Moodle company you would like to work for? Which kind of Job you are looking for with Moodle? Let us know in the comments section below.

Jaswinder Singh

Jaswinder Singh, passionate about using Moodle in improving the Indian Education System and reaching the students in far flung areas where still education seems to be a impossible prospect of life. He is the author of the popular Moodle Book “How to use Moodle 2.7”. In October 2016, Jaswinder was elected as the Moodle User’s Association Committee member – the first to make it from India.

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