Our Curriculum Staff accepts applications intermittently for various development, design and general Curriculum opportunities. Please review the tabs with the job opportunities to see if there are available positions. We recommend checking back at this page periodically.

We recruit for most of our content writer and content development positions starting in late winter/early spring.

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The Curriculum Specialists will perform various curriculum tasks related to the maintenance and development of course content in NCVPS courses. These tasks will be completed under the direction of the Curriculum staff and may include but are not limited to:

    • Curate resources for NCVPS courses as requested.
    • Review and revise course content to ensure the course content meets NC content standards, NCVPS design standards, accessibility standards, copyright and/or fair use standards, terms of use agreements, etc.
    • Update course content and materials as needed based on concerns shared through help desk tickets, student feedback, teacher feedback, and staff feedback. These updates may be completed in the master course shells and/or live course sections located in the Canvas learning management system.
    • Create and/or revise learning objects and lessons using Articulate 360 software provided by NCVPS. The lessons may be a conversion of a SoftChalk lesson to an Articulate Rise lesson or a brand new lesson or learning object needed for a specific purpose.
    • Create, edit, revise, and/or upload videos into the NCVPS video streaming software.
    • Assist the NCVPS Curriculum and Technology Departments in packaging courses as requested.
    • Collaborate and lead teams through Curriculum related processes such as the SWOT analysis, mini-contracts, trainings, and course development as requested.
    • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Job Qualifications

A qualified candidate should have an educational background and certification in a K12 subject area and extensive work teaching and developing in an online environment is desired. The candidate should have experience working in learning management systems, a high level of understanding of copyright and fair use laws, accessibility laws and guidelines, and be available to work approximately 20 hours per week, Monday through Friday, though some weekend hours would be allowed. The hourly rate is determined by Human Resources based on experience and education level of the candidate.

NCVPS will provide the contractor access to Articulate 360, Movie Captioner, SoftChalk, and the NCVPS video streaming software during the contract period. The contractor will be responsible for providing all hardware equipment. This position is home based, but any travel will be the responsibility of the contractor. The contractor will have to report to the NCVPS office to sign completed paperwork in person. The contractor may have to report to Department of Public Instruction's (DPI) Human Resource Office on the first day of the job to receive a brief orientation on the policies and practices of the position.

If you are interested and meet the qualifications for this temporary position, please email your resume to Darlene Schaefer (darlene.schaefer@ncpublicschools.gov) and Brandon Simmons (brandon.simmons@ncpublicschools.gov).

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

NCVPS IS NOT CURRENTLY HIRING FOR THIS POSITION. PLEASE CHECK BACK AT A LATER TIME.

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

AP English Language and Composition
AP Human Geography
AP Psychology
Earth and Environmental Science (Honors and Traditional)
French IV
Marketing
Math III

Please review the job responsibilities and job qualifications below and determine if you might be the right fit for a Course Outline contract position for the NC Virtual Public School.

Job Responsibilities

  • Prepare for and attend course preparation face to face workshop in Raleigh with the NCVPS staff on March 9, 2018.
  • 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 for the course outline to include alignment charts, course descriptions, materials list, measurable learning objectives and other items as required in the documentation.
  • Create and follow module and lesson development templates for an agreed upon module and lesson to serve as a course exemplar. The course exemplar will include the introduction, standards, assessments, and a sample lesson for one agreed upon module.
  • Participate in scheduled meetings including presenting the course outline to the NCVPS eLC for the course of interest to gather and address feedback.

 

Job Qualifications

  • Highly-qualified NC teacher certification in the content area of interest.
  • Knowledge of course design frameworks such as Understanding by Design, Universal Design for Learning Principles, Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy, and Quality Matters standards.
  • Strong familiarity with curriculum standards and experience teaching the 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.

NCVPS IS NOT CURRENTLY HIRING FOR THIS POSITION. PLEASE CHECK BACK AT A LATER TIME.

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

  • AP English Language and Composition
  • AP Human Geography
  • AP Psychology
  • Arabic II
  • Earth and Environmental Science (Honors and Traditional)
  • French IV
  • Marketing
  • Math III (Traditional, Honors, and Intervention)

    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

  • Prepare for and attend course development face to face workshop in Raleigh with the NCVPS staff on July 12 -13, 2018
  • 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.

    NCVPS IS NOT CURRENTLY HIRING FOR THIS POSITION. PLEASE CHECK BACK AT A LATER TIME.

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

  • AP English Language and Composition
  • AP Human Geography
  • AP Psychology
  • Arabic II
  • Earth and Environmental Science (Honors and Traditional)
  • French IV
  • Marketing
  • Math III (Traditional, Honors, and Intervention)

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

    Job Responsibilities

  • Prepare for and attend course development face to face workshop in Raleigh with the NCVPS staff on July 12 -13, 2018.
  • 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.