Moodle Jobs database is a very good way to start for the developers who are working as freelancer to get paid for the work given by the Moodle community members. The database contains various jobs entries posted by the community members who are not able to afford the services of Moodle Partners. The entries includes jobs on full time basis, contract basis, part time basis, remote location, telecommute etc. You can access all the entries posted in the Moodle Jobs database here.
Few of the jobs posted in the past week in the Moodle Jobs database are as follows:

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  • Moodle Developer – Experienced Moodle Developer need for an immediate start to help tailor and create LMS for this established Start-Up. Working with Moodle at a technical level and customising functionality. Ground Floor opportunity – immediate start.
  • E-Learning Developer We are offering an interesting and exciting opportunity for a motivated e-Learning developer to help us drive the growth of our distribution business. The primary responsibility of our E-Learning Developer will be the development of new e-learning courses, along with maintaining and updating our current suite of modules and providing 2nd/3rd line support for customers, using our existing Moodle LMS.
    • Type: Full-time
    • Location: CB7, Cambridgeshire, UK or home-based
  • Moodle Administrator – We have a Moodle administration position available at Southeastern.  The job posting is at:
  • Learning Application Developer – Can you support the development and integration of a suite of open source learning technologies to meet the needs of students and teachers at the University?  We are seeking an experienced applications developer to extend the technology enhanced learning provision at the University by taking a user-centred design approach and developing tools and services that meet the diverse needs of our user community.
    • Type: Full-time
    • Location: The University of Nottingham – Kings Meadow Campus NG7 2NR


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