We are excited to announce multiple part-time employment opportunities for Instructional Technology Specialists, Content Developers/Writers, and Content Reviewers to join several NCVPS course development and revision teams.

Please read the job descriptions below to learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications for each of these unique positions.

Currently, we are accepting applications for Instructional Technology Specialists (ITS) through June 4. Interviews for the ITS positions will will be held between June 15-23. The anticipated start date for the ITS positions is August 15, 2017 and the anticipated end date is July 16, 2018.

To be considered for this position, candidates must be able to work approximately 20-30 hours per week. The working hours for the ITS positions are flexible and will be discussed in more detail during the hiring process and will be adapted throughout the term of employment.

While ITS positions do not require certification in a specific subject area, there are certain qualifications potential candidates should posses.

Please review the job responsibilities and job qualifications below and determine if you might be the right fit for an Instructional Technology Specialist contract position responsible for inserting and formatting content according to design standards for the NC Virtual Public School.

Job Responsibilities

  • Plan, design, format, and insert course materials provided by content developers/writers into the Canvas learning management system according to design standards for the NC Virtual Public School
  • Ensure that project activities, timelines, and deliverables are met
  • Provide regular updates to full-time staff members overseeing each development/redesign project
  • Ability to work 20-30 hours a week from August, 2017 - July, 2018

  • Job Qualifications

  • A Bachelor's degree or higher or previous experience in Instructional Technology, Instructional Design, or Curriculum
  • Knowledge of online accessibility and experience with evaluating online content for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Previous experience with working inside of one or more learning management systems (LMS). Experience with the Canvas LMS is preferred
  • Experience with using digital content authoring software to build instructional/educational content such as: Articulate Suite (Storyline, Engage, Presenter), Adobe Captivate, Camtasia, SoftChalk, etc.
  • Knowledge of Quality Matters standards, Universal Design for Learning principles, Revised Bloom's Taxonomy, and 21st Century Skills along with proven experience with most if not all of these areas commonly associated with instructional design
  • Ownership of personal computer, phone/communication device, Internet access
  • If you are interested, please submit an application.

    Due to the anticipated large volume of applications, individual requests for status and updates in the hiring process will not be addressed.

    Beginning June 12th, we will be accepting applications for Content Writers through mid to late August, 2017 for the 2017-2018 development year (specific subject areas are listed below).

    To qualify, you must meet all the qualifications listed under the respective job description and be certified in at least one of the following areas:

  • Middle School – 8th grade Language Arts, 8th grade Math, Middle School Coding, Middle School Music
  • Arts – Visual Arts (Beginning)
  • Music – Middle School Music, Music Business and Recording
  • CTE and Electives – Introduction to Computer Science, AP Computer Science, AP Computer Science Principles, Middle School Coding, Personal Finance, Principles of Business, SAS Computer Programming
  • English – AP English Language & Composition, AP English Literature & Composition, English 1-4
  • Social Studies – AP World History, Civics, AP Government and Politics
  • Math – Math 2
  • Science – Biology
  • World Languages – Arabic 2, French 3, Japanese 3, AP Latin

    Please review the job responsibilities and job qualifications below and determine if you might be the right fit for a Content Developer/Writer contract position developing online courses in a collaborative team for the NC Virtual Public School.

    Job Responsibilities

  • Be knowledgeable of and follow NCVPS requirements and federal and state laws and/or guidelines regarding; copyright, Fair Use, and accessibility and report any violations of federal and state laws and/or guidelines to the NCVPS Staff.
  • Work with team members to develop course content that follows NC content standards and NCVPS Instructional Design Standards
  • Create subject-specific content that follows prescribed curriculum frameworks and provides engagement for learners, reinforcement of 21st century concepts, provides differentiation, and learner opportunity for collaboration
  • Participate in scheduled meetings

  • Job Qualifications

  • Highly-qualified NC teacher certification in the content area of interest
  • Knowledge of course design frameworks such as the Universal Design for Learning Principles, Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy, and 21st Century Skills
  • Experience creating multimedia content
  • Experience using Web 2.0 tools
  • Experience creating engaging, interactive learning lessons and activities for students through problem based learning, real world examples, authentic assessments, and more
  • High organization, and self-management skills
  • Ownership of personal computer, phone/other communication device, and Internet access

  • If you are interested, please submit an application.

    Due to the anticipated large volume of applications, individual requests for status and updates in the hiring process will not be addressed.

    Beginning June 12th, we will be accepting applications for Content Reviewers through mid to late August, 2017 for the 2017-2018 development year (specific subject areas are listed below).

    To qualify, you must meet all the qualifications listed under the respective job description and be certified in at least one of the following areas:

  • Middle School – 8th grade Language Arts, 8th grade Math, Middle School Coding, Middle School Music
  • Arts – Visual Arts (Beginning)
  • Music – Middle School Music, Music Business and Recording
  • CTE and Electives – Introduction to Computer Science, AP Computer Science, AP Computer Science Principles, Middle School Coding, Personal Finance, Principles of Business, SAS Computer Programming
  • English – AP English Language & Composition, AP English Literature & Composition, English 1-4
  • Social Studies – AP World History, Civics, AP Government and Politics
  • Math – Math 2
  • Science – Biology
  • World Languages – Arabic 2, French 3, Japanese 3, AP Latin

    Please review the job responsibilities and job qualifications below and determine if you might be the right fit for a Content Reviewer contract position reviewing developing online courses in a collaborative team for the NC Virtual Public School.

    Job Responsibilities

  • Be knowledgeable of and follow NCVPS requirements and federal and state laws and/or guidelines regarding; copyright, Fair Use, and accessibility and report any violations of federal and state laws and/or guidelines to the NCVPS Staff.
  • Work with team members to develop course content that follows NC content standards and NCVPS Instructional Design Standards
  • Create and follow course documentation as directed
  • Participate in scheduled meetings

  • Job Qualifications

  • Highly-qualified NC teacher certification in the content area of interest
  • Knowledge of course design frameworks such as the Universal Design for Learning Principles, Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy, and 21st Century Skills
  • Strong familiarity with prescribed curriculum standards
  • Experience creating engaging, interactive learning lessons and activities for students through problem based learning, real world examples, authentic assessments, and more
  • High organization, and self-management skills
  • Ownership of personal computer, phone/other communication device, and Internet access
  • If you are interested, please submit an application.

    Due to the anticipated large volume of applications, individual requests for status and updates in the hiring process will not be addressed.