Educational Multi-Media Writer

School Improvement Network was founded in 1991 to provide solutions to increase learning in today's schools to increase all students' achievement by supporting the growth and success of educators. Our rapidly expanding organization is looking for an extraordinary Educational Multi-Media Writer to join a team of people who are deeply passionate about creating and delivering the most effective, practical, and sustainable media-based school improvement solutions available.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Write video scripts for professional development segments
Design and write implementation guides to accompany all videos produced, often under tight deadlines
Participation in collaborative writing projects and other special writing assignments, as assigned
Creative expertise in writing engaging text on a variety of educational topics, especially Equity and Innovation and Common Core integration
K-12 teaching experience
Experience in implementing K-12 pedagogical practice
Ability to research and simplify complex ideas through effective delivery and organization of content
Experience in video script writing a plus
Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools
Self-motivation and willingness to work, on occasion, long hours to meet project deadlines
Ability to work closely with producers, other writers, and creative directors
Top candidates will be asked to produce two short writing samples: a creative piece and an informational article or excerpt
Key Competencies
Initiative and drive
Technical knowledge
Written and verbal communication skills
Contact: Kevin Klein
Email: kevin.klein@schoolimprovement.com
Please send resume with sample work to kevin.klein@schoolimprovement.com and reference the job title in the subject line of email.

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