Curriculum Developer, Child Development/Child Care

Job Opportunities at Atlantic Cape

Part-time; up to 26 hours per week. This is a grant -funded position scheduled to expire on or before June 30, 2021
Posted: 01-05-2021
Campus: Mays Landing
Salary: $25 per hour

General Description: 

At the direction of the Dean of Professional Studies, High School Initiatives and Internships, creates and revises Career and Technical Education (CTE) curriculum for disciplines including, but not limited to, Nursing and Health Science, Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management, Aviation Studies, Child Development/Child Care and Fine Arts. 

  • Reports to the Dean, Professional Studies, High School Initiatives and Internships
  • Works closely with subject matter faculty and conducts necessary research to develop new curriculum content 
  • Collaborates with, and takes direction from, subject matter faculty to create 100- or 200-level curriculum (and related syllabi) that identifies course goals, course objectives, learning outcomes and assessments 
  • Updates existing instructional and curriculum materials and reports, as directed 
  • Participates and facilitates curriculum review, as directed
  • Differentiates course content and delivery methods for students as appropriate to the course level 
  • Makes recommendations regarding course design, technology, and instruction delivery options appropriate to various types of learners 
  • Evaluates course materials such as outlines, attachments and supplements 
  • Conducts needs assessments and determines learning assessments to develop or to update curricula 
  • Recommends instructional methods such as individual or group instruction, self-study, lectures, demonstrations or simulation exercises appropriate for course content and student readiness levels
  • Analyzes student performance data to determine effectiveness of proposed instructional course design and suggested instructional materials
  • Assists the subject matter faculty in developing measurement tools to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of course curricula, according to ease of instructional technology use and institutional satisfaction of student learning outcomes
Minimum Requirements:


  •  Bachelor’s degree in related discipline, or instructional design, required



  • Experience in developing/reviewing CTE-related curriculum 
  • Experience working with subject matter faculty to develop and review accurate, relevant curriculum appropriate for 100- and/or 200-level college courses


Competencies and Skills: 

  • Demonstrated knowledge of adult learning principles and effective assessment strategies 
  • Knowledge of digital learning tools and the ability to select teaching methods appropriate for industry and student audience 
  • Strong written, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills 
  • Ability to prioritize and organize multiple tasks 
  • Ability to reliably meet project deadlines 
  • Ability to receive feedback from internal and external stakeholders including, but not limited to, faculty, staff, students, administrators and advisory board members and incorporate said feedback into curriculum 
  • Knowledge of copyright and trademark rules for writing and delivering course content and graphics 
  • Excellent computer skills, including experience with computer-based training software and current e-learning tools (Blackboard Learn 9) as well as current Microsoft Office products 
  • Proactive, collaborative and flexible

This position requires flexible scheduling including evenings and weekends at any Atlantic Cape location.

Position open until filled. 

Candidates must send a letter and resume to the Human Resources Specialist, Atlantic Cape Community College, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. Email to Deadline: .

As a "New Jersey First Act" Employer, Atlantic Cape Community College requires new employees who live out of state to establish a primary residence in New Jersey within one year unless an exemption applies.