Line Manager: Natalie Alves
*Recruiter: *Michael Jordan
As an elementary content writer for Canada, you will be involved in planning, organising and creating resources and other content for the site. A large part of this role will be creating Twinkl resources, writing category descriptions, blogs and more for our Canadian customers. You will need to have a strong, current working knowledge of the intermediate and primary curriculum, as well as experience of working within a school in Canada. You will use your knowledge to develop resources and your content will be turned into a finished product for Twinkl by our highly skilled design team. Indigenous knowledge and training in teaching Indigenous culture and history would also be a great advantage.
If you’re passionate about supporting those who teach in Canada, we’d love to hear from you.
Ongoing Projects, How You’ll Spend Your Day
- Working with the Canadian team in creating resources in line with the curriculum;
- Creating innovative materials to accompany themes and events;
- Creating and developing your own content and ensuring you hit your KPIs and targets.
In this role, you will learn:
- To develop your project management skills;
- Writing for publishing skills;
- To develop skills in maximising output and reaching objectives.
You’ll work with:
- The Country Manager for Canada (Natalie Alves);
- Other Content Writers;
- Graphic Designers and Illustrators.
To succeed in the role, you will:
- Have current qualifications as an elementary teacher;
- Have a minimum of 2 years' experience working in a school with full class responsibility;
- Have a sound, current working knowledge of the existing intermediate and primary framework;
- Bring fresh ideas and a good insight into what teachers want and need, and how to execute this;
- Execute excellent spelling and grammar;
- Be comfortable in prioritising, organising and project planning;
- Be able to execute on projects - we are looking for people who like to get things done;
- Have effective time management skills;
- Be comfortable pivoting on current projects to new opportunities as they arise;
- Show the ability to work under your own initiative and take your own creative direction with minimum supervision.
If you require a reasonable adjustment to the application/selection process to enable you to demonstrate your ability to perform the job requirements please include this at the foot of your covering letter. This will help us to understand any modifications we may need to make to our recruitment process.
In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities.
Here’s a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be:
- A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process.
- Flexible working with opportunities to work from home.
- Diversity, inclusion and belonging - our Employee Network Program includes working groups for LGBTQ+, Black and Minority Ethnic, Disabilities (visible and invisible), Women in Tech and Working Parents.
- Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring.
- Collaboration across continents! You’ll plug into a global team working to help improve the lives of educators around the world.