Math Curriculum Developer – Assessment
US National – Employee, Part-Time
Eureka Math Curriculum Developer – Assessment
Why work at Great Minds?
At Great Minds, we believe every child is capable of greatness. The mission of our rapidly growing DC-based non-profit is to ensure all students have access to a quality education in the full range of the liberal arts and sciences. We craft exemplary PK-12 instructional materials and share them with the education community. Our products have garnered national attention for their broad usage and high quality. We attribute our success to our outstanding team and their passion for the work we do.
What does it mean to work for us?
Eureka Math team members are dedicated educators from all over the country. Working remotely, we engage with colleagues primarily through virtual platforms and email communication. Curriculum Developers craft new curricular materials, revise existing materials, and develop supplemental resources to support implementation. Our work is generally project-based and is a mix of collaborative and independent assignments. In terms of performance, what we value most is high-quality work, commitment, initiative, and effective collaboration and communication.
What are the qualifications for the position?
The Curriculum Developer has deep mathematics content knowledge in at least one grade level and is committed to continuous development. Candidates should be comfortable with both giving and receiving feedback, as we regularly use this approach to improve our professional practice.
Below are the minimum and desired qualifications for candidates followed by key responsibilities of the position.
High school teaching or coaching experience
Thorough knowledge of the national high school math standards
Proficient in MS Office and ability to quickly learn new technologies
Bachelor’s degree in mathematics or closely related field
Experience teaching Eureka Math
Experience writing assessment items for high school mathematics courses
Experience working in a deadline-driven, virtual environment
Create blueprints for technology-enhanced assessment items
Review assessment items for quality and adherence to established guidelines
Provide constructive feedback to colleagues or contracted vendors based on reviews
Write or revise assessment items using clear and concise language
Selected candidate will be required to pass a criminal history background check.
This is a remote, part-time position requiring little to no travel. The position will require an average of 2o hours per week, and the project is expected to last six months (approximately March through September).
Education & Training , K-12 , Online Teaching , Math & Economics , Nonprofit & Philanthropy
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