About the UnitThe TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health (TMW Center) is an interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Chicago that develops and scales evidence-based interventions designed to support parents and caregivers in their efforts to optimize the foundational brain development of children, birth to three years, through talk and interaction. TMW curricula integrate neuroscience, early childhood development research, adult learning strategies and stakeholder feedback on a multimedia platform. Our approach harnesses technology, works across systems, and informs how to bring best practices and interventions that work to scale.
The University of Chicago seeks Bilingual Instructional Design Manager for Chicago, IL to conceptualize, design & deliver evidence-based English & Spanish lang interventional curricula. Master’s in Child Dev/related field + 3yrs of exp req’d. Req’d Skills: 3 yrs of exp w/ working w/Spanish speaking populations; working in both Spanish & English; creating interventional bilingual curricula on parenting & child dev; working in Social Science research institute; Adobe Creative Suite. Exp must incl/ video production & editing; professional video editing sw. Proficiency in verbal & written English & Spanish. We are an Affirmative Action/EOE. Send resume to: https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Hyde-Park-Campus/Bilingual-Instructional-Design-Manager_JR08509
Conceptualize, design and deliver evidence-based English and Spanish language interventional curricula focused on parenting and child development for the TMW Center for Early Learning plus Public Health team, a social science research institute at the University of Chicago.
- Project manage planning and development of the curricula, including identifying learning needs and instructional goals of target audiences.
- Lead cultural adaptation, translation and building of Spanish-language curricula.
- Manage the development and maintenance of print, multimedia and web-based curricula resources.
- Ensure all content is in line with current research and updated for optimal user experience.
- Facilitate communication between organizations curriculum, research and implementation arms.
- Coordinate across research and implementation arms and senior leadership on behalf of the curriculum team.
- Design, build, manage and maintain database of visual elements.
- Manage and train research assistants on print and multimedia content generation.
- Review Spanish language translation and adaptions across organization.
Education and Experience:
- Master’s degree in Child Development or related field plus three years of experience in the job offered or instructional design required.
- Three years of experience with: working with Spanish speaking populations; working in both Spanish and English; creating interventional bilingual curricula on parenting and child development; working in Social Science research institute; Adobe Creative Suite.
- Experience must include: video production and editing; professional video editing software.
- Proficiency in verbal and written English and Spanish.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
- Adobe Creative Suite including Premiere Pro (video editing), Illustrator, MS Project, Access.
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
Apply Directly at: https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Hyde-Park-Campus/Bilingual-Instructional-Design-Manager_JR08509
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