Are you a Primary school teacher looking to use your experience in an innovative way? A forward-thinking digital Educational publisher based in London is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Content Producer, on an initial 6 month FTC, to help with the ongoing creation and management of the educational content as they grow their team.
Your main remit will be to work with subject specialists to create lesson plans and associated classroom resources for teachers and children. Other key responsibilities will include:
- Building relationships with a network of subject specialists and other contributors, project managing their deliverables;
- Assisting in the organisation and smooth running of video filming sessions;
- Overseeing and maintaining the content management system;
- Overseeing the work of a Content Assistant, who will support with the creation of the classroom resources;
- Other ad-hoc product development tasks.
The successful candidate will have solid Primary teaching experience and be up-to-date with modern approaches to education. You will have the creativity to produce engaging resources for teachers and children, and the eye for detail required in any content publishing role of this nature. You will be a strong team player, with outstanding communication and organisational skills, and comfortable working to tight deadlines.
This is an ideal opportunity for an individual passionate about education that has recently left or is considering leaving Primary teaching, and wants to use their existing experience in a new and dynamic context.
To apply for this position, please contact Verity Hawson at Inspired Selection publishing recruitment agency (email: email@example.com). Please provide a CV and your current salary details in your application. To view all current opportunities available via Inspired Selection, please visit our website at www.inspiredselection.com.
Salary: Competitive salary package
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