Pearson Content Specialist - Social Studies (12 month Limited Term) in Boston, Massachusetts
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Note: This assignment has an expected duration of 12 months and is eligible for company benefits.
Pearson Content and Assessment Specialists use their subject matter expertise to thoughtfully engage students in real-world assessment of content.
Develop items and stimuli aligned to specification documents and/or an item development plan that includes standard alignment, stimuli requirements, cognitive complexity/DOK, and difficulty level
Review, produce, and edit assets that adhere to the principles of clear and grammatically sound writing
Evaluate the alignment of assets to the appropriate standards
Evaluate content in a variety of documents, such as content standards, asset specifications, curriculum guides, scope and sequence, style guides, etc.
Understand and follow project schedules and process documents to deliver work products
Participate in and support customer meetings and provide content expertise
Support activities related to test construction and review of composed test forms
Contribute to training materials that support the design, development, and delivery of asset development training programs
Participate in and contribute to the training of asset developers
Work closely with test development managers, other content developers, psychometricians, and other Pearson groups
Perform other duties as assigned
Some travel required
As required by the Colorado Equal Pay Transparency Act, Pearson provides a reasonable range of minimum compensation for roles that may be hired in Colorado. Actual compensation is influenced by a wide array of factors including but not limited to skill set, level of experience, and specific office location. For the state of Colorado only , the range of starting pay for this role is $60,000 - $65,000. This position is eligible to participate in an annual incentive program, and information on benefits offered is here.
Bachelor's degree in education, content-specific area, or equivalent experience required
At least two years’ experience as an elementary or secondary teacher in the field of content-specific area required
Professional knowledge of content-specific area content and educational trends required
Outstanding oral and written communication skills required
Some experience in large-scale educational measurement preferred
General knowledge of all phases of the development, processing, scoring, and reporting of large-scale assessments preferred
Ability to identify and communicate about problems with a variety of audiences required
Excellent planning, organizational, and problem-solving skills and the ability to work on multiple activities and adapt to unexpected events
Skill in basic software tools and technology and the confidence necessary to work with unfamiliar programs
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Job: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Organization: Assessment & Qualifications
Req ID: 4321
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