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Blue Eskimo. The smartest way to connect people with learning and e-learning jobs.

The leaders in learning & development, training and e-learning recruitment

Connecting the most talented people with the best learning and e-learning jobs isn’t easy. It takes experience. Connections. Sector knowledge. Resources. It takes a recruitment provider with all of this – and more. Blue Eskimo: the search ends here.

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B2B Marketing Executive

£25K-£30K Learning technologies • London

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Software Project Manager

£40K Basic Salary Learning technologies • West Midlands

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E-learning Business Development Manager

£50K Basic + £65K OTE Learning technologies • Home-based

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Instructional Designer

£28K-£35K Basic Salary E-learning • London

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Instructional Designer

£25K- £35K Basic Salary E-learning • London

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E-Learning Project Manager

E-Learning Project Manager E-learning • London

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Learning Content Developer

£28K Basic Salary E-learning • London

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Instructional Designer

£35K - £45K Basic Salary E-learning • London

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Sales Executive - Learning Technologies

£35K + £5K Bonus Learning technologies • Southwest

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Internal Quality Assurer

£28K Basic Salary Training • London

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eLearning Designer

£30K-£35K E-learning • London, Hertfordshire

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Business Development Director

£50K Basic Salary (OTE £75K) Learning and development • Southeast

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Research

Learning sector salary and work survey

Blue Eskimo’s annual survey gives a comprehensive insight into salary and work trends within the learning sector.

We've been running the survey since 2008 and believe it to be the most comprehensive survey of its type within the training, learning and e-learning sectors.

  • Find out how much people earn - the salary of employed people and daily rate of contractors.
  • Find out how well your salary compares with the industry average.
  • Plus the answers to many more questions.

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The survey is free to download and registration is not required.


Updates

Number of unpaid hours worked dropped significantly in 2016

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According to Blue Eskimo's 2016 work and salary survey, the number of people in the learning sector who worked unpaid hours dropped by around twenty percentage points last year.

Pay and benefits improved in 2017, says survey

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According to a recent survey by leading recruitment provider Blue Eskimo, more learning professionals received a salary increase in 2017 than in almost a decade.


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Working with the Learning & Performance Institute

Blue Eskimo enjoys a unique relationship with the Learning & Performance Institute, as its nominated recruitment provider. And, as a company that’s accredited by the LPI, we operate within its guidelines and uphold its standards.

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The eLearning Network

Blue Eskimo is an industry partner of the eLearning Network, which is a non-profit, community interest company run by the eLearning community for the learning community. The eLN is the number one source for guidance on best practice and future trends in technology-based learning and development at work.