Communications and E-Learning Associate

Job Type

Part Time



Start Date


Application Deadline



44 Farnsworth Street
United States


This position will support virtual training and communications of the EdTech Center housed within World Education’s U.S. Division. The candidate can expect to be involved in a broad range of projects that support the U.S. adult education system and some international edtech initiatives. This position is 32 hours/week in a fast-paced setting. This position has potential to grow into a full-time position with career growth.



  • Support EdTech Center communications, including newsletter, social media, blog, and web presence.
  • Host and support webinars.
  • Create infographics, flyers and other promotional and educational materials.
  • Lay out Tech Tips blogs.
  • 21st Century Learning Ecosystem Study (8 days a year for 3 years)
  • Support dissemination of models, resources, and findings.
  • Create and maintain web pages. 
  • Host and support occasional webinars.


  • Ensure courses are loaded and ready to run, provide quality control/proofreading. 
  • Register participants in online courses and follow up with them to support progress and completion.
  • Provide tech support to course participants and facilitators.
  • Support course facilitators. 
  • Prepare agreements and process payments for facilitators, and blog writers.

Technology Testing for Adult Learning and Employment

  • Prepare and edit content for online digital tools repository. 
  • Take and edit photos and video clips in instructional, workplace, and other settings.
  • Create infographics and other project promotion and design assets.
  • Provide some data entry or other administrative support to field testing research.

Integrating Distance Education in Adult Learning (IDEAL) Consortium

  • Manage logistics of annual IDEAL Institute including sponsorships
  • Provide technical support to the Community of Practice (in Moodle)
  • Develop resource collection 
  • Compile data

Divisionwide Tasks

  • Attend monthly U.S. Division meetings and other project/team meetings.
  • Support proposal preparation with development of charts and simple graphics and coordination of tasks and partners.
  • Assist with divisionwide communications.


  • Experience managing communications systems, including social media, e-mail marketing, and websites.
  • Experience designing web pages and infographics, and other similar communication tools required.
  • Excellent computer and writing skills.
  • Experience with WebEx or other webinar services.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Excellent attention to detail, reliable, and able to work independently.
  • Good customer service skills.
  • Interest in adult literacy and skill development.
  • Experience creating and editing video preferred.
  • Experience with online course platforms preferred.
  • Experience with Articulate 360 preferred.

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 09/21/2018.