Digital content / UX designer

We’re looking for someone who would love to create quality digital training content and join our highly skilled team of instructional learning designers, graphic artists and developers.

We will describe this role in detail below, but first, have a look at what some of your future colleagues think it takes, here’s a verbal montage of what they said when we asked them:

“…can-do person, genuine interest in learning, cares about the job, other people; tech savvy, writing,, attention to detail, indefatigable, tenacious, sees things through, curious and listening, good at analysis and structuring, empathetic and able to decode requirements into human approaches, happy to own the problem, come up with answers, solutions, ideas; great communicator with other disciplines, proactive, copes  with pressure and multiple projects, able to handle tight deadlines, looks ahead.”

Is there any of you in any of this?! Then please keep reading!

Business Unit
Type of role
Full-time or part-time
UK - Brighton
Closing date
Vacancy ref


About the role

In this role you will:

  • Lead the learning design on projects from handover from sales to project completion
  • Define the overall scope of the digital learning project
  • Design an appropriate approach and outline how it meets the client requirements
  • Ensure the learning design is suitable for the timescales and budget
  • Ensure scripts adhere to the design and scope
  • Review releases, client feedback and agree appropriate actions after each milestone
  • Work with the client to seek clarification of feedback, advise on any concerns, provide appropriate support and guidance as needed
  • Facilitate and lead meetings related to the design approach. 

These are the sort of things we usually look for in candidates for this role, but because we’re open to someone with a different sort of background and work experience don’t be put off if you haven’t been doing them all as yet. Maybe the question for you is do you think you have transferable skills and experience you can bring to the role, plus genuine enthusiasm and application?

About you

You’ll have an enthusiasm for all things digital, for UX, for writing, for communicating and collaborating with people from clients to colleagues in a confident and consultative manner.

Perhaps you are a UX designer, an instructional designer, a web copy or blog writer? You can even have a background in scriptwriting, journalism or be a teacher with an interest in writing and digital design. Given that we create training content, some idea of how people learn is desirable although not essential. But you are definitely keen on developing engaging and beautifully structured digital learning content!

Maybe the question for you is do you think you have transferable skills and experience you can bring to the role plus genuine enthusiasm and application? What do you reckon?

So Why Come And Work With Us?

At Kineo, you’ll be a really valued member of our production team, providing leadership and support to your less-experienced colleagues, as well as working in a culture that encourages and supports your personal development and career progression.

Kineo is a global, award-winning, innovative digital company that provides effective elearning, learning portals and learning management systems (LMSs) to the worldwide corporate market. We support clients all over the world and we’ve got offices in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the US.

As part of the City & Guilds Group we’re now able to offer our clients more than ever before, including integrated learning solutions and accredited blended programmes. As you’ll be working with colleagues from across the Group you’ll be able to expand your field of knowledge even more, and also benefit from the many varied career opportunities that are available.


Kineo is a fun and colourful place to work, with a very familial feel (so we're told). Aside from gaining lots of new friends, you'll benefit from:

  • 25 days' annual leave, plus an additional days' leave with every 2 years' service
  • Generous pension and award-winning benefits scheme including private medical insurance
  • Free fruit delivered to the office and seasonal team outings
  • There's plenty more too, such as life assurance and shopping discounts.

We’re a charitable organisation but that’s not to say we’re not commercially focused. The difference is we don’t have to pay shareholders – we reinvest our profits back into our business so that we can continue to improve learning and skills development. We always have community projects on the go – including getting our hands dirty in community gardening projects or helping feed the homeless.

Next Steps

If you think this is the role for you, we would love to hear from you. Send us your CV without delay, outlining why you think you're the best person for the job.