Current Career Opportunities at the K20 Center

Mathematics Curriculum Specialist 

Job Number: 213812

The Mathematics Curriculum Specialist will use evidence-based instructional practices to craft, deliver, and support professional learning experiences for participating educators. The coordinator will help educators adopt and grow learner-centered instructional practices to foster higher-order thinking through real-world connections and substantive conversations that increase the learner’s depth of knowledge. This incumbent’s job tasks will include:

  • Professional Learning Facilitation
  • Instructional Coaching
  • Participant Management
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Instructional Design
  • Research
  • Project Management

Software Quality Assurance Tester

Job Number: 214078

The Quality Assurance Tester inspects the performance of all applications developed by the K20 Center, such as educational games, and the systems to deliver and manage them. The QA Tester executes test cases, scripts, content development plans and procedures, and evaluates art and user interaction items as specified by the technical documents (Instructional Design Document, Game Design Document, and Technical Design Document). The QA Tester follows established industry standards to test the software at specified milestones and reports issues into a database (Jira). The QA Tester maintains a defect database, and in coordination with team leads, performs regressions as needed. The QA Tester assists with game field testing and makes implementation recommendations. This incumbent’s job tasks will include:

  • Technical Documentation
  • Defect Reporting
  • Testing
  • Communication
  • Cross-team Collaboration

Evaluation Data Specialist

Job Number: 214432

The Evaluation Data Specialist will provide foundational support for K20 Center field staff as they deliver services to school and community partners. The specialist will print, organize, and package materials and facilitate planning activities for field staff. Additionally, the specialist will serve as the primary contact in gathering, preparing, and data entry for participant registration, IRB informed consent decisions, and evaluation information.

OETT Instructional Technology Specialist

Job Number: 213521

The Instructional Technology Curriculum Specialist will provide ongoing, high-quality professional learning activities for educators in the use of student-centered instructional practices to improve student academic readiness by using evidence-based instructional practices to craft, deliver, and support professional learning experiences for participating educators. The specialist will help educators adopt and grow learner-centered instructional practices to foster higher-order thinking through real-world connections and substantive conversations that increase the learner’s depth of knowledge.  This incumbent’s job tasks will include:

  • Professional Learning Facilitation
  • Instructional Coaching
  • Participant Management
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Instructional Design
  • Research
  • Project Management

*If interested in applying, send a cover letter and resume to Dr. Linda Atkinson, latkinson@ou.edu;

When the application link is available, an application will need to be entered in Taleo, OU’s Recruiting System.

Spanish Translator

Job Number: 213803

The incumbent will interpret and translate our educational resources so that they can be used by Spanish speaking students within classrooms. The Spanish Translation Specialist and Writer will use best practices in research, writing, and editing to support project staff as they craft, develop, and publish high-quality student curriculum and instructional resources, professional learning experiences, and college and career readiness activities. This incumbent’s job tasks will include:

  • English to Spanish Written Translation
  • English to Spanish VerbalTranslation
  • Technical Writing
  • Editing
  • Project Management

Writing Director

Job Number: 214417

The Writing Director will lead a group of writers/editors who use evidence-based practices to craft, deliver, and support standards-based curriculum for students, professional learning experiences for educators, and college- and career- readiness activities for all stakeholders. will oversee project management, evaluation services, employee recruitment and development, participant management, technical communications with project stakeholders, and development of high-quality services and resources in support of the project¿s deliverables. This professional will facilitate ongoing development of each of the coordinators and their teams to realize their full professional potential. This incumbent’s job tasks will include:

  • Talent Management
  • Project Coordination
  • Evaluation and Reporting
  • Project Management
  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Fact-checking and copyright verification
  • Research
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Bias Reduction in Language