Principal Functions: The Teaching Center Producer empowers and equips the faculty and students of the teaching center. The producer is tasked with implementing the strategic initiative to “develop a world class teaching center” and its operational objectives. This is a full-time, non-exempt position.
Responsible to: Associate Rector for Teaching and Formation, The Rev. Charlie Holt
Qualifications for the Position:
- Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with stakeholders
- Forward thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions
- Experience with and success in collaborative environments;
- Ability to work well independently, meet deadlines, and willingness to multitask and assist on a variety of projects;
- Proven initiative and ability to work as a self-starter;
- Must possess an understanding of advanced technical skills in publishing, video, audio and print. Strong writing and proofreading skills are also required.
- Proven experience with creative content development.
- Commitment to support the mission of The Church of St. John the Divine and the Episcopal Church.
Education and Experience Requirements:
- Three to five years of progressively responsible experience in a related field.
- Experience with the practical communication of creative content particularly in course design and assessment, preferably in the area of Christian Education.
- Extensive experience with content management systems (like Learning Management Systems, Marketing CRM’s, Website Development, etc.)
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in creative arts, media, communications, journalism, or Christian education required.
Master's degree from an accredited institution preferred.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Platform and Classroom Development and Design
- Assesses instructional and curriculum design needs of faculty and student outcomes.
- Defines, develops and/or implements programs and materials to meet their needs, including but not limited to classes, orientations, workshops, resources, certification training, seminars, weekly email campaigns, conferences and small groups.
Faculty and Student Engagement
- Coordinates the development and implementation of a comprehensive program for faculty development that improves instruction, results in better learning outcomes, and positions them as experts in their field, to include training and celebratory events.
- Fosters community in the various educational settings to promote the transformational aims for students and faculty.
- Coordinate the communication systems to maximize student and faculty engagement as well as completion and retention rates for courses of studies and programs.
- Develop assessment, reporting and metrics on student engagement and learning objectives.
Creative Course Development
- Produce fresh, innovative work that translates complex ideas into compelling print materials and digital experiences for visually sophisticated audiences.
- Envision and develop multimedia (audio/video) content for teaching videos, testimonial stories, member training and other church-wide projects (available to support internal company announcement videos, external promotional social videos, product marketing videos, new member and ministry recruiting videos).
Script, storyboard, budget, allocate resources, set deadlines and select optimal forms of media (video, art, print, web, etc.) for projects, developing the ideas and final content.