Post Date: 01/30/2019
EdReports.org is at the forefront of the curriculum reform movement. By increasing the capacity of educators to identify and demand the highest quality curriculum, EdReports.org is both disrupting a multibillion-dollar market and transforming the way students are taught and ultimately perform. With the firm belief that what is taught matters and that all students deserve high quality materials, EdReports.org publishes free, online, evidence-rich reviews of instructional materials.
Purpose of Position
The Instructional Materials Manager (IMM) reports to content team leadership and serves as an integral member of the content review teams. The IMM is responsible for supporting operations of the review process and providing cohesive interpersonal support to EdReports.org’s many educator subcontractors. This position provides a unique opportunity for someone who can manage multiple system components, enjoys working at the detail and big-picture level across projects, and wants to contribute to the success of a growing organization. The IMM will work closely with the science team, as well as other content teams, to continue improving K-12 education by informing educators’ decisions about high quality and aligned instructional materials to support their classrooms and schools across the country. Specifically, this position focuses primarily on the review of materials claiming alignment to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). This position will allow for a highly motivated person to apply their NGSS expertise to positively impact the course of science education across the nation. This position will initially be working closely in support of the current review of middle school science materials and will help develop and support systems, site maintenance, and related supports for content review teams (including management of educator-review teams, instructional materials acquisition, calendars, and online platforms).
Support Science Reviews - 75%
Research Materials and Support Outreach Efforts - 15%
Collaborate Within and Across Teams at EdReports - 10%
Travel – Up to 10%
National travel will occur related to organizational needs and for professional learning, as needed. Amount of travel will be monitored to ensure it is appropriate for both the organization and the Instructional Materials Manager.
Interested and qualified applicants are required to submit a resume and cover letter (with salary requirements).
Including, but not limited to standing and sitting for long periods of time; speaking loudly and clearly; seeing and hearing things both near and far away; and reaching, stooping, kneeling, and fine-finger and hand manipulation in use of a computer, chalkboard, dry erase board, or projector. Employee is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as preparing and analyzing data and figures, transcribing, viewing a computer terminal, and extensive reading.
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