Chief Learning Officer - The Raspberry Pi Foundation
Cambridge
Salary: Competitive

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK-based educational charity at the forefront of a global movement to democratise access to computing and computer science.

In just over five years, the Foundation has sold over fifteen million Raspberry Pi computers, trained thousands of educators, and engaged hundreds of thousands of young people in its educational programmes and clubs. Millions of people have used the Foundation’s free learning resources to learn computer science, programming, and digital making.

The newly created role of Chief Learning Officer will lead the development and implementation of the Foundation’s learning strategy, ensuring that everything the Foundation does contributes to its educational mission. The postholder will oversee the teams responsible for the Foundation’s educational content, support to educators, and research. They will also have a significant personal impact, further cementing the Foundation’s public profile through thought leadership on a global scale.

The ideal candidate could come from a wide range of backgrounds, but will be passionate about the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s mission and have a compelling vision for its learning strategy. Senior management skills and knowledge and credibility in the field of computer science will be critical, as will experience of developing or curating learning frameworks and experiences, particularly online. International in outlook and ambitious for the contribution that the Foundation can make, we are seeking to appoint an exceptional individual to play a vital role in our exciting, growing organisation.

Berwick Partners will accept applications until the 13th November

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