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Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 5:11 PM


About StudySync:

StudySync, a partner of McGraw-Hill Education, produces premium, 21st century digital content for implementation in middle school and high school ELA classrooms. In 2014, the Association of American Publishers named StudySync the Distinguished Achievement Award winner for Whole Curriculum in Reading and Language Arts. In 2015, StudySync’s Core ELA/ELD instruction became one of only four state-approved curriculums in California.
At StudySync, we, like our product, emphasize rigor, engagement, and creative collaboration. We’re a close-knit team with a passion for improving educational content. We are proud of what we do and are dedicated to delivering students and teachers content and customer service worthy of their tremendous efforts. StudySync Academic Designers collaborate with StudySync’s in-house video production experts, technical engineers, and partner organizations, including McGraw-Hill Education, to produce the cutting-edge 6-12 English Language Arts curriculum that distinguishes the company.

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StudySync’s Academic Designer will:
develop prototypes and project proposals, and contribute to the overall creative development of StudySync.
plan and develop digital content for student and teacher materials.
coordinate with project managers, academic and other design teams, video production specialists, web engineers, outside vendors, and partner organizations about content, project schedules, and future development.
demonstrate strong understanding of middle school and high school (6-12) ELA pedagogical issues, and create content that aligns with state standards and other assessment criteria.
demonstrate strong understanding of curriculum design, and create engaging, research-based content that aligns with state standards and more widely used frameworks.
work with implementation, sales, and marketing team members to help insure successful use of the product in school districts around the country.
stay current on emerging educational and curriculum trends.
attend and/or present on relevant research issues at industry conferences.
collaborate closely with consultants and other members of the curriculum team.
Ideal Academic Design Candidates will have:
demonstrated success in writing educational materials.
experience teaching and/or developing curriculum in middle school, high school, or college English, or related courses.
a bachelor’s degree or higher in Curriculum Design or Development, English, Professional Writing, Curriculum and Instruction, Teaching or other related field (Master’s degree preferred).
the ability to collaborate, coordinate, and build consensus in a fast-paced, web-based, deadline-driven environment.
the ability to quickly identify project needs.
superb time management skills.
the ability to work remotely.
a keen eye for detail.
excellent leadership skills.
excellent writing and editing skills.
experience and comfort working with digital education products and other digital tools.

• Location: North Bay

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