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Fine Arts Content Developers (Multiple Positions Available)


The Virtual Virginia (“VVA”) Content Developer will work with the Curriculum Development team to create digital content that aligns with Virginia Standards of Learning. The Content Developer is responsible for creating modules of well-designed and appropriately aligned online lessons, assignments, interactives, and instructional materials.


Content Developer for each of the following courses (one per course):

  • Visual Art and Design I, 
Digital Media and Design I,
Music Production and Recording I
  • General Music I,
Theatre History I, 

  • Dance History I
  • Art History I
, and 
  • Music History I


VVA Curriculum Supervisor


  • A passion and commitment for creating high-quality digital content
  • A visionary with ability to anticipate the learning needs of students
  • Ability to meet project deadlines
  • Committed to equity and diversity
  • Creative problem-solver with ability to identify and address issues proactively
  • Ability to build authentic relationships among colleagues and supervisors
  • A positive attitude, high degree of flexibility, curiosity to learn, creativity, dedication, resourcefulness, and energy


  • Develop digital content and instructional materials that align to appropriate standards 
  • Understand and apply Quality Matters principles and National Standards for Quality Online Courses to content development practices
  • Submit content and instructional materials for review by the project deadlines
  • Respond positively to constructive criticism and incorporate all requested revisions as part of the Development Process
  • Demonstrate a commitment to copyright compliance and accessibility standards in content development practices


  • Certification in the content area
  • Teaching experience in the content area
  • Strong pedagogical knowledge and content expertise
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines
  • Desire to improve online and blended learning
  • Demonstrated expertise in oral and written communication  
  • Experience developing curriculum


  • Three or more years teaching experience in the specified course
  • Curriculum development experience for online courses 
  • Experience in teaching online with Virtual Virginia or another online provider 
  • Experience developing video content for online courses
  • Experience developing interactive content for online courses
  • Training in Quality Matters Understanding the K-12 Rubric and/or Reviewer Course

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