NWEA is seeking an experienced Professional Learning Content Designer for a full-time position. In this role, you will design new literacy-focused professional learning services that include professional learning offerings, instructional support tools & guidance for educators aimed at expanding and deepening their pedagogical practice. Current projects include a focus on literacy instruction (beginning with PK-3, growing to 3-12), including but not limited to, instruction based on the Science of Reading, grade-level complex text instruction, and the integration of writing instruction. The Content Designer leverages their deep content and pedagogical knowledge, to design products that set a clear vision and action for high-quality, evidence-based literacy instruction teachers can implement with students. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with a background in K-5 literacy education, and experience in applying content and curricular concepts to professional learning as well as experience in developing professional learning curriculum and materials for workshops with educators.
Skills and Abilities
Education and Experience
NWEA® is a research-based, not-for-profit organization that supports students and educators worldwide by creating assessment solutions that precisely measure growth and proficiency—and provide timely data to help tailor instruction. For more than 40 years, NWEA has developed innovative pre-K–12 assessments, including our flagship interim assessment, MAP® Growth™; our progress monitoring and skills mastery tool, MAP® Skills™; and our reading fluency and comprehension assessment, MAP® Reading Fluency™. Educators trust our professional learning offerings to accelerate student learning and our research to support assessment validity and data interpretation. More than 11 million students in 146 countries use our solutions to support their learning and growth each year.
What we can offer you
At NWEA we not only offer a competitive base salary, we offer a 15% contribution of eligible employees’ base salary to a defined contribution 403(b) retirement savings plan; career development opportunities; an awesome work culture and environment; we also offer industry-leading benefits and perks that are focused on supporting our employees’ holistic wellbeing. To learn more about what we can offer, click here.
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