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Victory Productions continues to develop its select database of highly experienced editorial and publishing professionals. For many projects, we call on our extensive network of freelance specialists—writers, editors, proofreaders, designers, compositors, photographers, illustrators—to assemble the right team to match the content needs of each job.

We are always looking for freelancers in graphic design, page composition, illustration, writing, and editing. We are also currently accepting résumés for the positions below.

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  • Front End Developer

    We are expanding!! The Junior and Senior Front-End Developer is charged with moving our products and services into the future!! These developers would be part of an open, fun, focused and agile group of energetic programmers that are intelligent, imaginative, upbeat problem solvers that create innovative educational products, platforms, and services that will change the world striving to make a difference in education.

    We inspire peoples’ distinctiveness, facilitating the confidence to show the education world who we really are. The expertise and services we provide are at the very heart of how to create an advantage for people to achieve their full potential through learning technologies and Business Intelligence.

    The Candidates Will…

    • Have the opportunity to work with business and end users to understand functional requirements, to create technical designs and to code and test these designs.
    • Interact closely in a team environment working closely with designers, software architects, project and content leads to enhance products and services.
    • Discuss technical solutions with internal team members and providing innovative new ideas to solutions
    • Enjoy a healthy work/life balance
    • Find opportunity for significant growth within our software development team and gain exposure to major technology platforms and steer your career towards your personal interests.

    The Candidates must have…

    • A strong attention to detail
    • Experience with Responsive layouts
    • Ability to learn and work independently when needed
    • Ability to articulate your ideas to colleagues effectively and will take on board the ideas of others.
    • Excellent HTML5 & CSS programming skills developing cross-browser and cross-platform compatible solutions
    • Excellent knowledge of jquery and at least one client-side MVC framework (eg. Knockout, AngularJS, KendoUI, etc.)
    • Exceptional JavaScript programming skills
    • Maintain a high awareness of industry trends with usability and emerging technologies

    Our software development team offers the perfect balance in team size to make a big impact. We are big enough that you don’t have to do everything yourself, yet small enough to let you own projects start to finish and focus on doing what you love most!

    Submit: Cover letter and résumé to [ERROR! Something has gone wrong. Please reload the page and ensure JavaScript is enabled.]

    Job Posted: February, 2013

    Victory Productions

    Join us on the cutting edge of next generation educational products.

    Who We Are

    Victory Productions was founded in 1995 as a content development, design, and composition company working for major educational publishers in both English and Spanish.

    Ten years ago the company recognized and fully embraced the opportunities afforded by technology and began producing a rich array of digital and online products.

    In the last five years Victory has also become noted for excellence in high stakes assessment.

    Join us as we develop the next generation of educational products. Victory offers the right mix of expert content knowledge and instructional design coupled with extensive understanding of technology products and flexible delivery requirements to successfully generate diverse educational products. Victory provides a nimble and decisive environment that fosters collaboration among in-house content and technology teams, expert freelancers, and our clients to design educational materials that inspire authentic student learning experiences.

    Our relationships with global universities and industry organizations help to keep Victory on the cusp of a new wave of educational technology.

    Our shared goal is to create engaging and inspiring educational programs that help teachers lead their students to life-long success.

    Victory’s main office is located in Worcester, Massachusetts, Our wholly owned subsidiary in Medellin, Colombia, handles much of the technology, translation, and composition work. We have 80 full-time employees and are expanding.

    How We Are Different

    Educational publishers expect a development partner with innovative solutions, deep content knowledge, focused communications, effective project management, and the pedagogical and technological expertise to fulfill the changing requirements of the market.

    Victory develops engaging, content rich, individualized learning experiences that are accessible at any time and available on multiple platforms.

    • Assessments (high-stakes, formative, technology-enhanced, CCSS performance tasks)
    • Basal and supplemental programs for all curriculum areas
    • iBooks Textbooks and other EPUB platforms, iPad Apps/Mobile Apps, Web sites, online courses, LMS, LCMS, interactive labs, simulations, games, and animations
    • HTML5 and iOS conversions and products
    • Big Data analytics, multidimensional item-bank analytics, linguistic pattern analytics, visual grade books, natural language clustering engines, concept maps
    • Bilingual products, modern language programs

    Look at this list of Victory’s firsts:

    • One of the first databases to track standards in 2004.
    • The first K-6 online component to be submitted as an integral part of a state adoption. This 2005 K-6 social studies basal program swept California.
    • The first social studies iPad textbook app (grade 4) as part of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Beyond Textbooks initiative.
    • The first multi-touch LMS. Teachers choose the grade and state social studies standard to be taught. Lessons and content individualized for each student are presented, and the results are recorded and compiled.
    • Two of the first iBook Textbooks to be sold on the iTunes Store: the Economics series and Breaking the Spanish Barrier.

    Victory’s Services

    Educational Publishing

    Victory’s in-house staff of content, publishing, and technology experts works with our clients at the planning stage and continues through to delivery of the finished product. Victory can also pick a project up at any point where a client needs help.

    Assessment Development

    Assessment is a world of its own, with its own language and customs. Victory lives there. Our assessment teams wield decades of instructional design experience, are fluent in Common Core (CCSS) and NextGen Science Standards (NGSS), and have developed a streamlined process to satisfy every state’s test-item requirements with speed and accuracy.

    Custom Software

    We build rich, full-featured products that perfectly fit teachers’ and students’ needs. We tailor apps, web sites, learning objects, visualizations, and big data systems to anticipate these needs before clients and their customer base have realized them. Victory’s software services can help—from brainstorming bold and pedagogically sound interactivity to pounding out Objective C.

    Consulting Services

    Victory has mastered new technologies and expanded its view of educational publishing. We have gathered the experts in one place for you. Challenge us with the thorniest of projects. There is a solution. Let’s discover it together.

    Challenges in Education

    Improving the learning results of students is an ongoing challenge. The level of education required to be a contributing adult in modern society is rising at a faster pace than the advances in our education systems.

    The advancement in the professional development of teachers also struggles to keep pace with changing standards, new technologies and educational philosophies.

    The overall quality of education in the US is lacking and there is little agreement on the cause and how to fix it. The constant emergence of new standards at both the state and national levels that don’t have universal acceptance are only adding to the problem.

    One of the current difficulties in education today is adjusting to the Common Core and its impact on: curriculum development, assessment, educational philosophy, teaching strategies, the "politics" and public opinion.

    Transitioning from traditional education methods to emerging ones will require acceptance and the adoption of different practices and technologies.

    Challenges Faced by Victory

    The entire educational landscape is changing and it requires adaptability, flexibility, and foresight to stay current with trends and ahead of the knowledge, technology and marketing curves.

    Economic stress and increased competition from both overseas and new start-ups will drive Victory to push innovation and offer greater value rather than competing on price alone.

    The development of new content to align with adopted standards and the transitioning of content to electronic media will require both content and technology expertise.

    Clients are looking for faster turn around time to develop and implement solutions.

    As we grow and expand our areas of expertise the need for top talent in the industry becomes more critical. Attracting and nurturing great employees starts with an inspired vision of innovation for the future and is maintained with a challenging and upbeat work environment.

    Opportunities for Victory

    Victory is already a recognized innovator in electronic media. Blended learning, the use of integrated medias and technologies like ebooks, videos, print, online courses and social interaction, are an integral part of the company’s development efforts. We’re also leading the way in the research of Big Data applications for education. This expertise puts Victory in a position to take a leadership role in the industry, providing a meaningful contribution to the evolution of education in the US.

    More immediately, this offers an opportunity to collaborate on a state or district level with educators, using our expertise with Common Core, content, and technology to help them navigate the evolving educational universe. This could be via:

    • Customized content and product development
    • Professional development of teachers with workshops, materials, etc.
    • Needs assessment and process improvement consultation on Big Data applications

    Another area of opportunity is in “results-based” and “teacher-tested” content products, either in a fully developed and tested product or in services that facilitate the classroom testing and reviews.

    Victory has the expertise to provide the full array of publishing services including the conception, creation and marketing of educational products.

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  • Senior Front End Engineer

    • Job Title: Senior Front End Engineer
    • Division: Technology
    • Reports to: Director of Technology
    • Supervises: Primarily individual contributor, but mentors and develops junior staff

    Purpose

    You will be developing hybrid HTML5/JS interactive widgets and associated authoring and configuration tools for educational widgets. You will also be developing the front-end of the delivery platform for these widgets. They will be used both for instructional delivery and assessment and measurement of student responses. They are “hybrid” because they have to run not only on modern web browsers but “wrapped” as mobile device apps (iOS and Android). “Widgets” range from interactive demonstrations and simple technology-enhanced assessment items through simulations, casual games, serious games, and multi-step open-ended performance tasks.

    In addition to new development, there are projects for our clients that require adaptation of legacy interactive software from Flash to hybrid HTML5/Javascript applications.

    Millions of students (and tens of thousands of teachers) will use your software to learn across all subjects, and receive personalized guidance on the next steps of their learning. We are passionate about building easy to use and beautiful products that delight our customers. We strive to build them with code and technologies that are high-quality, modern, maintainable, and elegant.

    Expected Results

    1. Learning objects that help students learn (and occasionally giggle or guffaw) and provide evidence of learning to the adults who are responsible for guiding the students.
    2. Project deliverables that delight clients – and make them want to do more business with us and recommend us to others.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities

    1. Contribute “what’s possible” to a multidisciplinary project team while understanding “what’s good for learning” from subject-matter experts and “how to measure” from assessment experts.
    2. Be a learner (so the company can become shrewder in its use of technology) and a teacher (to spread what you’ve learned among your colleagues).
    3. Accurately estimate the effort to deliver the front end components of a project – and then deliver quality solutions while tracking the actual effort so we finish in a timely fashion. Bonus points for experience using Agile development methods.

    Qualifications – you are…

    1. A native of the Web. You are comfortable developing for browsers, embracing the web as a first-class development platform. You have solid software development experience going beyond static HTML+CSS websites. Not only could you code directly in JavaScript, but also you have used (or at least experimented with) modern frameworks that generate or abstract JavaScript. Examples of these are languages or “compilers” such as TypeScript, CoffeeScript, ClojureScript, Script#, F# - or libraries such as AngularJS, Ember, Backbone, Bootstrap, D3, or Knockout.
    2. An Eager Learner. You must be enthusiastic about growing in your knowledge and skills in many areas spanning:
      1. Human-centered design for user experience and interaction flow
      2. Software engineering principles for writing modular, testable, maintainable, secure code
      3. Modern technologies and frameworks
      4. Productive tools to manage the full software development lifecycle
    3. A Listener and Communicator. You enjoy collaborating with, learning from, and teaching others so we can all become better developers. You demonstrate creativity in problem solving and are able to explain, question, and dialogue in a team setting. You will work not only with other engineers, but subject-matter experts in learning and assessment for language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, etc.

    Submit: Cover letter and résumé to [ERROR! Something has gone wrong. Please reload the page and ensure JavaScript is enabled.]

    Job Posted: February, 2013

    Victory Productions

    Join us on the cutting edge of next generation educational products.

    Who We Are

    Victory Productions was founded in 1995 as a content development, design, and composition company working for major educational publishers in both English and Spanish.

    Ten years ago the company recognized and fully embraced the opportunities afforded by technology and began producing a rich array of digital and online products.

    In the last five years Victory has also become noted for excellence in high stakes assessment.

    Join us as we develop the next generation of educational products. Victory offers the right mix of expert content knowledge and instructional design coupled with extensive understanding of technology products and flexible delivery requirements to successfully generate diverse educational products. Victory provides a nimble and decisive environment that fosters collaboration among in-house content and technology teams, expert freelancers, and our clients to design educational materials that inspire authentic student learning experiences.

    Our relationships with global universities and industry organizations help to keep Victory on the cusp of a new wave of educational technology.

    Our shared goal is to create engaging and inspiring educational programs that help teachers lead their students to life-long success.

    Victory’s main office is located in Worcester, Massachusetts, Our wholly owned subsidiary in Medellin, Colombia, handles much of the technology, translation, and composition work. We have 80 full-time employees and are expanding.

    How We Are Different

    Educational publishers expect a development partner with innovative solutions, deep content knowledge, focused communications, effective project management, and the pedagogical and technological expertise to fulfill the changing requirements of the market.

    Victory develops engaging, content rich, individualized learning experiences that are accessible at any time and available on multiple platforms.

    • Assessments (high-stakes, formative, technology-enhanced, CCSS performance tasks)
    • Basal and supplemental programs for all curriculum areas
    • iBooks Textbooks and other EPUB platforms, iPad Apps/Mobile Apps, Web sites, online courses, LMS, LCMS, interactive labs, simulations, games, and animations
    • HTML5 and iOS conversions and products
    • Big Data analytics, multidimensional item-bank analytics, linguistic pattern analytics, visual grade books, natural language clustering engines, concept maps
    • Bilingual products, modern language programs

    Look at this list of Victory’s firsts:

    • One of the first databases to track standards in 2004.
    • The first K-6 online component to be submitted as an integral part of a state adoption. This 2005 K-6 social studies basal program swept California.
    • The first social studies iPad textbook app (grade 4) as part of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Beyond Textbooks initiative.
    • The first multi-touch LMS. Teachers choose the grade and state social studies standard to be taught. Lessons and content individualized for each student are presented, and the results are recorded and compiled.
    • Two of the first iBook Textbooks to be sold on the iTunes Store: the Economics series and Breaking the Spanish Barrier.

    Victory’s Services

    Educational Publishing

    Victory’s in-house staff of content, publishing, and technology experts works with our clients at the planning stage and continues through to delivery of the finished product. Victory can also pick a project up at any point where a client needs help.

    Assessment Development

    Assessment is a world of its own, with its own language and customs. Victory lives there. Our assessment teams wield decades of instructional design experience, are fluent in Common Core (CCSS) and NextGen Science Standards (NGSS), and have developed a streamlined process to satisfy every state’s test-item requirements with speed and accuracy.

    Custom Software

    We build rich, full-featured products that perfectly fit teachers’ and students’ needs. We tailor apps, web sites, learning objects, visualizations, and big data systems to anticipate these needs before clients and their customer base have realized them. Victory’s software services can help—from brainstorming bold and pedagogically sound interactivity to pounding out Objective C.

    Consulting Services

    Victory has mastered new technologies and expanded its view of educational publishing. We have gathered the experts in one place for you. Challenge us with the thorniest of projects. There is a solution. Let’s discover it together.

    Challenges in Education

    Improving the learning results of students is an ongoing challenge. The level of education required to be a contributing adult in modern society is rising at a faster pace than the advances in our education systems.

    The advancement in the professional development of teachers also struggles to keep pace with changing standards, new technologies and educational philosophies.

    The overall quality of education in the US is lacking and there is little agreement on the cause and how to fix it. The constant emergence of new standards at both the state and national levels that don’t have universal acceptance are only adding to the problem.

    One of the current difficulties in education today is adjusting to the Common Core and its impact on: curriculum development, assessment, educational philosophy, teaching strategies, the "politics" and public opinion.

    Transitioning from traditional education methods to emerging ones will require acceptance and the adoption of different practices and technologies.

    Challenges Faced by Victory

    The entire educational landscape is changing and it requires adaptability, flexibility, and foresight to stay current with trends and ahead of the knowledge, technology and marketing curves.

    Economic stress and increased competition from both overseas and new start-ups will drive Victory to push innovation and offer greater value rather than competing on price alone.

    The development of new content to align with adopted standards and the transitioning of content to electronic media will require both content and technology expertise.

    Clients are looking for faster turn around time to develop and implement solutions.

    As we grow and expand our areas of expertise the need for top talent in the industry becomes more critical. Attracting and nurturing great employees starts with an inspired vision of innovation for the future and is maintained with a challenging and upbeat work environment.

    Opportunities for Victory

    Victory is already a recognized innovator in electronic media. Blended learning, the use of integrated medias and technologies like ebooks, videos, print, online courses and social interaction, are an integral part of the company’s development efforts. We’re also leading the way in the research of Big Data applications for education. This expertise puts Victory in a position to take a leadership role in the industry, providing a meaningful contribution to the evolution of education in the US.

    More immediately, this offers an opportunity to collaborate on a state or district level with educators, using our expertise with Common Core, content, and technology to help them navigate the evolving educational universe. This could be via:

    • Customized content and product development
    • Professional development of teachers with workshops, materials, etc.
    • Needs assessment and process improvement consultation on Big Data applications

    Another area of opportunity is in “results-based” and “teacher-tested” content products, either in a fully developed and tested product or in services that facilitate the classroom testing and reviews.

    Victory has the expertise to provide the full array of publishing services including the conception, creation and marketing of educational products.

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  • Director, Digital Solutions

    Company Overview

    Victory was founded in 1995 as a content development company working for major educational publishers in both English and Spanish. Ten years ago the company recognized and fully embraced the opportunities afforded by technology and began producing a rich array of digital and online products. In the last five years Victory has burst onto the high stakes assessment scene being noted for its innovation. Victory provides a fast pace team environment that fosters collaboration among in-house content and technology teams, expert freelancers, and our clients to design educational materials that inspire authentic student learning experiences.

    Position Summary

    Onsite position based in Worcester, MA.

    Victory Productions is seeking an experienced, successful and innovative leader to head its Digital Solutions department. The ideal candidate will have a strong, relevant, technology background; educational technology sales or educational technology sales support experience in the K-12 sector; and successful project management experience - along with a passion for creating and developing new ways to leverage technology to meet the needs of the educational field.

    This leader will have previously been in charge of a technology department, or have led a team on a large technology project, involving the management of various phases of technology projects including the functions of sales engineering, proposal writing, project management, budgeting, outsourcing development, P & L control, etc. He or she will have excellent organizational, communication, team building, and technology skills. They are the type of person who is excited to achieve the highest degree of technical quality for technology projects while ensuring that each project is completed on time and within budget, truly providing an excellent experience for our clients.

    Responsibilities:

    1. Directs all technology projects for Victory’s Digital Solutions Department by overseeing and supervising these projects through the various development stages.
    2. Demonstrates a strong, specialized understanding of educational technology development at the K–12 levels, including up-to-date knowledge of educational trends and practices.
    3. Dreams up new ways, or utilizes existing products, to profitably meet our clients and potential clients’ technology needs within the scope of company and client means and resources, resulting in delighted clients eager to do business with us.
    4. Works closely with project leads for each technology project to produce a detailed project schedule and final resource plan, including specific in-house/outsource resources and their costs.
    5. Collaborates as necessary with the project manager for the project to ensure that resources match the required schedules and workflows to ensure all work can be done on time and within budget.
    6. Acts as Victory’s main technology liaison with clients, through email, phone conversations, web meetings, etc., and by meeting with clients on-site.
    7. Ensures that all technology development work satisfies the client’s quality expectations and requirements.
    8. Monitors technology staffing and resource needs and works with the HR department to recruit, interview, and train the necessary and appropriate personnel for each project.
    9. Assists in determining/estimating technology costs for all new job bids and proposals.
    10. Works with senior management to establish performance metrics for all technology personnel.
    11. Mentors all technology personnel to enhance both their individual skills and their growth potential.
    12. Liaises as necessary with the Sales and Marketing Department to assist in making technology sales presentations, attending educational technology conferences, and developing technology marketing materials.

    Management

    Reports to initially to the Vice President of Administration and eventually to the Executive Director.

    Interaction

    Interacts with the CTO and New Business Development, senior management, sales representatives, marketing personnel, and Victory Productions’ staff internally, as well as customers, potential customers and vendors externally.

    Qualifications

    Required
    • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in technology.
    • Has a grasp of the general publishing process, including editorial, graphic services, copyediting and proofreading, and technology.
    • 5+ years of technology project management experience.
    • 2+ years in a sales or technical sales support role in a technology field.
    • Strong, relevant technical skills.
    • Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and databases.
    • Exhibits a positive, “can do” attitude at all times and works collaboratively with his/her colleagues to troubleshoot, problem solve, and brainstorm whenever necessary
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Financial acumen and budgetary experience, including P&L.
    • Willingness and ability to travel at least 25%.
    Preferred

    Experience in educational publishing in the K-12 sector.

    Master’s degree, preferably in technology.

    Compensation

    • Salary range depending on experience.
    • Health Care.
    • 401k Plans.

    HOW VICTORY PRODUCTIONS IS DIFFERENT

    Victory is already a recognized innovator in electronic media. Blended learning, the use of integrated medias and technologies like eBooks, videos, print, online courses and social interaction, are an integral part of the company’s development efforts. We’re also leading the way in the research of Big Data applications for education. This expertise puts Victory in a leadership role in the industry, providing a meaningful contribution to the evolution of education in the US.

    Victory Productions has many industry firsts:

    • Two of the first iBook Textbooks to be sold on the iTunes Store: the Economics series and Breaking the Spanish Barrier.
    • The first K-6 online component to be submitted as an integral part of a state adoption. This 2005 K-6 social studies basal program swept California.
    • The first social studies iPad textbook app (grade 4) as part of the Commonwealth of Virginia's Beyond Textbooks initiative.
    • One of the first databases to track standards as early as 2004.
    • The first multi-touch LMS. Teachers choose the grade and state social studies standard to be taught. Lessons and content individualized for each student are presented, and the results are recorded and compiled.

    Victory continues to develop engaging, content rich, individualized learning experiences that are accessible at any time and available on multiple platforms.

    • Assessments (high-stakes, formative, technology-enhanced, CCSS performance tasks).
    • Basal and supplemental programs for all curriculum areas.
    • iBooks Textbooks and other EPUB platforms, iPad Apps/Mobile Apps, Web sites, online courses, LMS, LCMS, interactive labs, simulations, games, and animations.
    • HTML5 and iOS conversions and products.
    • Big Data analytics, multidimensional item-bank analytics, linguistic pattern analytics, visual grade books, natural language clustering engines, concept maps.
    • Bilingual products, modern language programs.

    Victory has the expertise to provide the full array of publishing services from the conception, creation and marketing for emerging educational products and technologies. Come be a part of our team!

    Submit: Cover letter and résumé to [ERROR! Something has gone wrong. Please reload the page and ensure JavaScript is enabled.]

    Job Posted: February, 2013

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  • Editors—English Language Arts (ELA)

    Company Overview

    Victory was founded in 1995 as a content development, design and composition company working for major educational publishers in both English and Spanish. Ten years ago the company recognized and fully embraced the opportunities afforded by the technology and began producing a rich array of digital and online products. In the last five years Victory has also become noted for excellence in high stakes assessment. Today, Victory offers a unique mix of content and technology expertise, coupled with impeccable project management. Victory’s nimble and decisive environment fosters collaboration among in-house teams, expert freelancers, and our clients to bring inspired products to fruition.

    Position Summary

    On-site position based in Worcester, MA.

    Victory Productions is seeking an experienced, ELA-grounded early childhood Editor or Senior Editor with a strong background in content development at both the Pre-K and K-2 levels. For Pre-K, expertise in approaches to learning that address social, emotional, and physical development as well as language and literacy skills and overall cognitive development is required. For K-2, expertise in the above areas integrated with math, creative arts, science and technology, and social studies is required. Experience in assessment and relationship of early childhood curriculum to Kindergarten CCSS standards is desirable.

    Responsibilities

    An Editor is responsible for the content and quality of all assigned projects. The Editor will edit, revise, and/or rewrite all material, ensuring that the content:

    • is accurate and age-appropriate;
    • meets all desired instructional objectives;
    • aligns with all state and/or national standards;
    • meets all client guidelines, schedules and expectations.

    Essential Functions and Expectations:

    1. May serve or assist as the editorial content lead on some projects, responsible for overseeing these projects through the various editorial development states .
    2. Ensures content is accurate and age- and audience-appropriate; that it meets the desired instructional objectives and readability guidelines; that it aligns with local, state, or national standards, and that it meets all client guidelines, specifications and expectations.
    3. Studies all prototypes, guidelines, checklists, and style manuals in order to understand the requirements for a project; monitors and critiques the work of editors and freelance writers, and participates in preparing or revising such material.
    4. Meets all internal and external schedule deadlines and milestones for each project.
    5. Attends content-related project meetings when required, both internally within Victory and externally with clients, and contributes any relevant information about content, schedule, and issues to be resolved. An Editor works collaboratively with colleagues in the same or other departments to complete projects on time and according to specifications.
    6. Assumes a level of responsibility and accountability for working within the budget established for each project assigned to him or her.
    7. Helps to develop the skills of editors and freelance writers through mentoring and appropriate feedback.
    8. Achieves professional growth by seeking and acting on performance feedback, extending specific content knowledge and becoming familiar with instructional issues and current pedagogical trends.

    Internal Relationships

    Management
    • Reports to the Editorial Director, or a senior editor for assigned projects.
    Interactions
    • Interacts with project coordinators, editors, freelancers, quality control staff, and clients.

    Qualifications

    Required
    1. Demonstrates a strong, specialized understanding of English Language Arts (ELA) content development at the Pre-K and K-2 levels, including up-to-date knowledge of ELA educational trends and practices.
    2. Three or more years’ experience editing ELA materials at the Pre-K and K-2 levels.
    3. An experienced grasp of the general publishing process, including editorial, graphic services, copyediting and proofreading, and technology.
    4. A Bachelor’s degree in English, Communication Studies, Journalism, Education, Social Studies or a related field; equivalent work experience may be substituted for such a degree.
    5. A positive, “can do” attitude at all times and a proven ability to work collaboratively with colleagues to troubleshoot, problem-solve, and brainstorm whenever necessary.
    6. Clear and effective communication skills, both verbal and written, as well as active and attentive listening skills.
    7. Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and project management software, and an ability to quickly learn Victory’s own relational databases (FileMaker).
    Preferred
    1. Experience in Social Studies content development.
    2. Has some classroom teaching experience in the Pre-K and K-2 levels.
    3. Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.
    4. Experience in the educational assessment industry.

    Compensation

    • Salary Range depending on experience.
    • Health and 401k Plans

    HOW VICTORY PRODUCTIONS IS DIFFERENT

    Victory is already a recognized innovator in electronic media. Blended learning, the use of integrated media and technologies such as eBooks, videos, online courses and social interaction, are an integral part of the company’s development efforts. We’re also leading the way in the research of Big Data applications for education. This expertise puts Victory in a leadership role in the industry, providing a meaningful contribution to the evolution of education in the United States.

    Victory Productions has many industry firsts:

    • Two of the first iBooks textbooks to be sold on the iTunes Store: the Economics and Personal Finance series and Breaking the Spanish Barrier.
    • The first K-6 online component to be submitted as an integral part of a state adoption. This 2005 K-6 social studies basal program swept California.
    • The first social studies iPad textbook app (grade 4) as part of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Beyond Textbooks initiative.
    • One of the first databases to track state standards (as early as 2004).
    • The first multi-touch LMS. Teachers choose the grade and state social studies standard to be taught. Lessons and content individualized for each student are presented, and the results are recorded and compiled.

    Victory continues to develop engaging, content-rich, individualized learning experiences that are accessible at any time and available on multiple platforms:

    • Assessments (high-stakes, formative, technology-enhanced, CCSS performance tasks).
    • Basal and supplemental programs for all curriculum areas.
    • iBooks textbooks and other EPUB platforms, iPad Apps/Mobile Apps, Web sites, online courses, LMS, LCMS, interactive labs, simulations, games, and animations.
    • HTML5 and iOS conversions and products.
    • Big Data analytics, multidimensional item-bank analytics, linguistic pattern analytics, visual grade books, natural language clustering engines, concept maps.
    • Bilingual products and modern language programs.

    Victory has the expertise to provide a full array of publishing services, from the conception and creation of an innovative new product to the speedy completion of a basal program. Come be a part of Victory’s team!

    Submit: Cover letter and résumé to [ERROR! Something has gone wrong. Please reload the page and ensure JavaScript is enabled.]

    Job Posted: July, 2014

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