Internship applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
Job Type: Full time
Location: Washington, DC
The Religious Freedom Center, a dynamic and growing department within the Newseum Institute, is seeking a full-time distance education designer.
The designer will work with a team of faculty and experts to manage the technical operations and content development of the virtual campus and learning management system for online classes about law and religion. The designer will serve as technical support for students and instructors and will be the primary producer of educational interactives. The technician will also manage the content for the center’s website, event management platform and conference app.
The manager will work full-time at the Religious Freedom Center, which is housed at the Newseum, from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST.
The Religious Freedom Center is a nonpartisan national initiative focused on educating the American public about the religious liberty principles of the First Amendment. Reorganized in 2010 to expand on religious liberty initiatives begun by the First Amendment Center in 1994, the Religious Freedom Center has sponsored numerous public programs at the Newseum, developed partnerships with national and international organizations, and brought together a broad range of religious and civil liberties groups. The Religious Freedom Center carries out its mission by educating thought leaders, promoting civil dialogue, engaging the public, transforming schools, and publishing religious liberty scholarship. Please visit www.ReligiousFreedomCenter.org to learn more about the center’s mission, guiding framework, campus, partners, religious liberty courses, dialogue programs, and publications.
All applicants must be eligible to work in the United States.
Required Technical Skills
Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in all three of the following technical areas: (1) learning management, (2) content management, and (3) graphic design.
Required Professional Skills:
April 15, 2017
There are three steps to this application process.
Step 1. Please email a cover letter, resume or CV, and reference list to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please combine these documents into one single document (either in MSWord or a PDF), and name your file LastName_FirstName. Your cover letter should emphasize your expertise in the four specialty areas listed above and your career goals. Applicants should use their resume to detail relevant educational and professional experiences. Please also include at least three references.
Step 2. As soon as possible after electronically submitting your application, please complete the online survey linked at www.religiousfreedomcenter.org/contact/jobs that will serve as your first interview.
Step 3. During the in-person interview, final applicants will be asked to present a portfolio of work that demonstrates proficiency in all three of the following technical areas: (1) learning management, (2) content management, and (3) graphic design.
If you have questions about the application process or the Religious Freedom Center, please contact the executive director, Reverend Nathan C. Walker at email@example.com or (202) 292-6447.
The Newseum and Newseum Institute are Equal Opportunity Employers.