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QCAA Physics Contributing Writer – Remote Work Opportunity

Education Perfect

Apply before: June 6, 2024
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  • Date posted
    May 7, 2024
  • Location
    Remote (Australia)
  • Apply before
    June 6, 2024
  • Career Level
    Any

Job Description

Description

We are looking for experienced, passionate school teachers to support the development of high-quality content to complete our online QCAA Physics course. In this project-based role, you will have the opportunity to plan and build engaging online lessons that will be hosted on the Education Perfect (EP) learning platform.

We are offering AU$230 – AU$400 writing assignment, based on lesson complexity. There is also an opportunity to be part of the quality assurance team as a separate paid task.

This opportunity might suit you if:

  • You have at least three years experience teaching QCAA Physics;
  • You can commit to a minimum of 15-20 hours a week from late May – late July;
  • You are experienced at and enjoy making your own resources and lessons;
  • You are tech-savvy and enjoy working with technology.

Employment will be contract-based and projects are negotiable in terms of size and scope. You’ll enjoy flexible working hours and the ability to work from home, with no special equipment or software required. You’ll also benefit from comprehensive training and ongoing support from our fantastic Education Perfect Content Team.

Education Perfect is not just an EdTech company; we are a united team driven by our purpose to transform education and empower teachers and students worldwide. We believe in the power of our product and the positive impact it can have on individuals and communities.

We foster a collaborative and inclusive environment where inspiration thrives. We celebrate individuality, value diversity, and encourage flexible work opportunities that enable our team to unleash their creativity and showcase their brilliance.

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