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Now Hiring: Content Developers for Workforce Readiness Modules
Online Content Developers are needed for the creation of the following Workplace Readiness Skills modules:
- Applied Mathematics
- Digital Citizenship/Internet Use & Safety
- Locating Information
- Reading for Information
- Understanding Health, Wellness & Safety
Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3 - 5 years teaching experience in a specific secondary content area (i.e. English) and/or curriculum or workplace supervisory experience in a specific subject area.
A qualified candidate must demonstrate:
- Possession of a current Virginia Teaching License with appropriate endorsement(s) and/or proven track record of success in a related job experience;
- A thorough knowledge of content and associated standards of content being developed;
- Outstanding verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate ideas and information effectively, clearly, and concisely;
- Previous experience with developing learning objectives and instructional activities that support a variety of learning styles;
- The ability to provide content and assessment items that are rigorous and correlate to middle and higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy;
- Experience with curriculum design principles and practices;
- Exemplary time management, communications, inter-personal, verbal, listening, problem-solving, decision-making, organizational, and troubleshooting skills;
- The ability to work in a collaborative environment; and
- The ability to use a word processor.
Please note that chosen candidates must attend training at WHRO’s Norfolk location on Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 9 am – 4 pm
- Prior experience with online learning and online course development
- Online teaching experience and/or online teaching facilitator training
The online course content developer will:
- Adhere to the project timeline;
- Create original content to meet or exceed the Virginia Workplace Readiness Skills and other national standards;
- Develop original instructional activities, developmental activities, assignments, and assessments;
- Create supporting documentation including all supplementary materials (e.g. course description, introduction and goals, course outline, course syllabus, assignment checklist, presentations, videos, rubrics, instructor’s guide, quick reference materials, etc.);
- Revise published content as directed by Project Manager based on information from the Content Area Review Team; and
- Communicate any challenges, need for help, etc. to the Project Manager/Instructional Designer.