Coracle develops and manages bespoke e-learning portals and systems that make it easy for people to integrate learning and development into their daily lives.
From our base in Cambridge we work with not-for-profits, academic institutes, membership organisations and corporates that wish to put digital learning and engagement at the heart of their future-proofing strategy.
Our approach to developing learning management systems sees us working in close partnership with our clients to understand fully the needs and profile of their student and tutor community. Only then can we put our experience to work and confidently deliver education resources and systems that are intuitive, sustainable and cost-effective.
Technology has enabled great progress in the development of online learning over recent years and whilst we keep a close eye on emerging technologies, we are firm believers that content is king. Our resources and systems make light work of learning and development for students, tutors and administrators because they are accessible 24/7, inherently social and engaging.
We work hard to create and protect our reputation for producing timely, relevant, well-designed content. We focus on delivering value by putting ourselves in our customers’ shoes. We are entrepreneurial, innovative, independent, high quality and sincere.
Job positions open today:
Coracle Online Limited is growing and we’re currently looking to recruit for a developer (IT developer, HTML5, HTML 5, jQuery, PHP) to work in Cambridge, East Anglia, UK.
We are currently looking for someone with a passion for developing Do you have experience with any of the following:
Do you like to try new technologies?
Are you interested in developing solutions that work well and look good?
The role is based at the St Johns Innovation Centre in Cambridge.
If you’re interested in joining Coracle, you will need to be a friendly team player looking for a broad multi-tasking role, good with tight deadlines, hard working, reliable and serious about developing your career
How to apply: Email your CV (no more than 2 pages please!) to firstname.lastname@example.org and please include links to previous work that you want to show off and a covering letter (explaining in no more than 3 paragraphs why we should hire you!)
We can’t wait to meet you.