Edventure More (EDMO for short) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit enrichment organization dedicated to cultivating curious, courageous and kind human beings. EDMO features a 100% sustainable equity design that provides access to online and in-person learning programs for ALL kids. Our Honor System Pricing model creates space for parents, staff and school districts to lead with their values. With the support of partners who stand for equity, were also creating a new paradigm that values education professionals who dedicate their lives to helping children reach their full potential.Visit campedmo.org to learn more.
The Curriculum Director is responsible for driving and managing all phases of the curriculum development process; from educational and instructional design philosophy to ideation, creation and training through execution and post implementation analysis. The Curriculum Director is additionally responsible for the creation and/or procurement of program assessment and evaluation systems.
The role of the EDMO Curriculum Director is to:
Develop curricular design philosophy that aligns with equitable classroom practices, social justice, and critical pedagogical theories.
Manage instructional design for all curricula to be focused on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics), maker-centered collaborative learning experiences, that integrate SEL and the EDMO Method
Keep up on latest educational trends/standards to ensure curriculum is up to date/meets school admin and parent needs
Align and design school year lesson plans with Next Generation Science Standards
Create an annual, master timeline with adequate time frames and due dates for theme planning, creation, review, revisions, and training
Develop comprehensive training programs with equitable facilitation, inquiry-based, reflective, hands-on, minds-on techniques
Design and/or source assessment and evaluation systems: Program quality observations, SEL and STEAM quantitative and qualitative metrics, coaching and feedback cycles, data collection and reporting
Review past theme performance and drive/spearhead curriculum decision process for all programs
Manage curriculum to meet supply budget and constraints
Create instructional design best practices for internal and external writing team
Determine the need for speciality curriculum writers, hire internal and external writers, training writers, and manage them to meet development timelines.
Direct curriculum timelines: ensure completion of deliverables, collaborate with the Marketing team, coach and deliver feedback to writing staff
Work alongside the Experiential Learning Director to incorporate strong SEL components into all EDMO curriculum
Position reports to: Operations Director
Manages: Internal and External Curriculum Writers
(Note: Various qualification are preferred but not required)
Bachelor degree/Masters in Education (Other relevant degrees include science, arts, or related courses of study)
4+ years of experience working with children in a point of service setting
4+ years of experience with leadership and group facilitation
Experience in online lesson plan design and in person lesson plan design
Strong belief in social justice and equity
Knowledge of Maker Movement and maker-centered learning experience
Proven program management and exemplary leadership skills
Contagious enthusiasm and charisma
Creativity, flexibility, and excellent multi-tasking skills
Ability to act as a team-player with EDMO staff and staff being managed
Background in Science
Full time position starts ASAP
Hours: Monday- Friday 9:00am-5:30pm
Salary: $55-$65,000 DOE with full benefits package
While our home office is in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, this position is open to anyone with the skills and expertise anywhere in the United States.
When you upload your resume upload it in the PDF format not word. Cover letter strongly encouraged.
We look forward to receiving your application!If you have questions about our job opportunities please contact Rachel Shensaat email@example.com.
CAMP EDMOis powered by Edventure More, a year-round 501(c)(3) non-profit enrichment organization. 5% of summer camp proceeds and 100% of donations support camp scholarships and subsidized science, maker and technology programs in local schools.