ONLINE COURSE CONTENT AREA REVIEW TEAM (CART) MEMBER
Online Course Content Area Review Team (CART) members are needed for the following subjects: Heath & Physical Education 9, Health & Physical Education 10
Description: WHRO develops online student courses that are aligned to the Virginia Standards of Learning. These original courses are modular, instructor-facilitated, textbook-independent, and media-rich. The scope of this project will involve the revision of the following courses: Health and PE 9 and Health and PE. These courses are being updated and re-aligned to meet current Virginia Standards of Learning.
After the content creation and instructional design portion of the course creation process, the Content Area Review Team (CART) members work collaboratively to evaluate each module of learning for design, content, quality and standards. Once a module is reviewed through an online tracking system, the CART members participate in follow-up conference calls to discuss any needed changes, along with course content developers, instructional designers, and project managers.
Education: Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3 - 5 years teaching experience in a specific secondary content area (i.e. English) and/or curriculum supervisory experience in a specific subject area.
Required Qualifications: A qualified candidate must demonstrate:
- A thorough knowledge of content and associated standards of course being developed;
- Outstanding verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate ideas and information effectively, clearly, and concisely;
- Previous experience with developing learning objectives and instructional activities that support a variety of learning styles;
- The ability to review content and assessment items that are rigorous and correlate to middle and higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy;
- Experience with curriculum design principles and practices;
- Exemplary time management, communications, inter-personal, verbal, listening, problem solving, decision-making, organizational, and troubleshooting skills;
- The ability to work in a collaborative environment; and
- The ability to use the internet and a word processor.
- Prior experience with online learning and online course development
- Online teaching experience and or online teaching facilitator training
- Attendance at a Virginia Department of Education Standards of Learning Institute (if applicable)
WHRO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
eMediaVA REGIONAL TRAINERS
Regional trainers are needed to conduct workshops ranging from 1-5 hours for teachers in the use of eMediaVA. Individuals will be hired as independent contractors. Pay will be based on the length (hourly rate) of each training session. There will be no additional stipend for travel or related costs.
Education: Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3 years teaching experience. An applicant must hold a current Virginia teaching license or have held a valid Virginia teaching license in the past five years.
Required Qualifications: A qualified candidate must:
- Exhibit outstanding verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate ideas and information effectively, clearly, and concisely;
- Have reliable transportation;
- Have a schedule flexible enough to allow for training at regional school divisions’ requests;
- Possess exemplary time management, communications, interpersonal, verbal, listening, problem solving, decision-making, organizational, and troubleshooting skills;
- Exhibit the ability to work in a collaborative environment;
- Demonstrate skill in the use of email, word processing, and presentation (PowerPoint) software;
- Own a computer with reliable Internet access and email.
Please note that chosen candidates must attend training at a designated regional location prior to serving as trainers. Training dates and locations TBD.
- Be a past or current user of eMediaVA
- Prior experience with professional development;
- Experience using online collaboration software (Skype, Google Hangouts, Blackboard Collaborate, etc.)
Primary Responsibilities: The eMediaVA trainer will:
- Adhere to training schedules and timelines;
- Arrive for scheduled training on time and fully prepared;
- Conduct training according to the prescribed eMediaVA trainer guidelines;
- Attend required meetings or training sessions conducted for trainers (online and face to face);
- Keep detailed records of attendees as prescribed by the Director of eMediaVA
- Communicate in a timely manner regarding training requests and schedule details; and
- Communicate any challenges, need for help, etc. to the Director of eMediaVA.
WHRO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
GRANTS AND INITIATIVE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Under the supervision of the Director of Community Engagement, this position is responsible for developing and implementing revenue and mission related business development funding strategies to secure support for ongoing and new station initiatives.
- Building strong relationships among diverse funding stakeholders, including state, federal and national sources.
- Researching and identifying prospective fundraising opportunities with foundations, corporations, and government granting entities.
- Building and fostering relationships with other local nonprofit and public media station development staff.
- Managing and securing valuable funding in support of organization’s priorities.
- Identifying unique funding opportunities to support developing new mission related programs.
- Ensure quality and timeliness of all aspects of grants processing and management.
- Collaborating with staff to develop new station initiatives.
- Supporting WHRO’s long-range planning, strategy implementation efforts with knowledge of current funding trends and strategies.
- Working cross functionally with other departments and seeks to foster productive relationships.
- An undergraduate degree and three to five years experience in designing, coordinating, and executing grant management. Demonstrates a history of cultivating and securing funding for initiatives ranging in scope and size.
- Outstanding verbal and communication skills; strong interpersonal skills; planning; analytical and evaluation abilities.
- Facility with computers, database software, and Microsoft Office.
- Successful grants management.
- Highly effective time management skills; ability to juggle multiple projects timely with appropriate follow through.
- Flexible; comfortable working with people from all backgrounds; team player; sense of humor; friendly; outgoing personality; accessible; high level of excellence and accuracy.
- Able to consult effectively with others; passion and vision in regard to creating a stronger and sustainable community.
- Knowledge of civic engagement issues; a high degree of confidentiality; strong project and time management skills.
Applicants interested in applying for any position at WHRO must submit a resume, cover letter, salary requirements and required sample materials, etc. to:
Attn: Sherby Wilks, Human Resources Officer
5200 Hampton Blvd
Norfolk, VA 23508
WHRO is an Equal Opportunity Employer