Associate Development Editor/Product Developer
Can be based in:
San Francisco, CA
Wiley is an ever-evolving organization. Right now, we’re going through one of our greatest ever periods of change as we adapt, anticipate and take action to meet the shifting needs of our customers. With new products and services driving our global expansion, it’s a pivotal moment for you to join us as an Assistant Product Developer for our Wiley Efficient Learning (WEL) platform. Here you will guide content development from concept to ready-for-production milestones.
Built on industry-leading technology, the WEL platform is home to Wiley’s growing line of e-learning and exam review products, including CMA, CFA and CPA exam prep courses. Your role will be responsible for recommending course design and feature development, and management of the content submission schedule, guiding experts in the development of print, digital, and video content. This also involves contributing to and executing the detailed design plans for the complete course solution and working with other parts of the business to ensure product release goals are met.
With a degree, preferably in Instructional Design, Education, Media, or Communications field (English, Journalism, etc.), you will bring at least two year’s experience in media / technology development and/or curricular development. Project management experience and interpersonal skills, particularly when dealing with subject matter experts, authors and customers are essential. A strong ability to translate a vision / big idea into real products with specific features and capabilities will mark you out as an exceptional candidate, as will your market analysis capabilities, including creating, running and reviewing market research.
People have always been valued at Wiley. We work collaboratively, enjoy what we do and have opportunities to develop throughout our careers.
Wiley is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.