QA Content Editor Accessibility
New York, NY,US
Why apply for this role
Want to be part of a team that changes beliefs, behaviors, and cultures within our Client organizations and the wider community?
Want to be part of a team that designs, develops, and delivers best-in-class, evidence-based mental health and wellbeing solutions for our Clients?
Want to be part of a culture where it’s ok not to feel ok; and it’s absolutely ok to ask for help?
Are you looking to join an organization where personal and professional growth is as important to us as it is to you?
Then maybe PulseLearning, the leader in behavioral change through learning, is the place for you!
In 2019,* PulseLearning launched I Am Here* to gift people with the courage, confidence, and skills to safely signpost others to help and support when needed. I Am Here is focused on changing beliefs and behaviors about mental health and wellbeing in the workplace and the wider community. The I Am Here community now has 850,000 members across four continents and is the fastest-growing mental health and wellbeing movement in the world. Headquartered in Ireland, we embrace diversity and have teams in the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. PulseLearning provides an environment of acceptance and inclusion. We embrace diverse thinking and are always looking for smarter ways to work. We value each other immensely and truly believe in the value of our products and services in creating positive change.
This is a hands-on freelance role based in North America. You will be a member of the Quality Assurance (QA) team responsible for the delivery of various eLearning products for major clients. You will template and review assets to meet accessibility and branding requirements within Rise, Storyline, PowerPoint, Word, and other types of documents.
The ideal candidate thrives in a collaborative learning culture and can manage their time and work well independently.
The successful candidate will be working in a team-based, results-driven environment. This is a remote position.
Accessibility and branding are the focus of this project.
You will be reviewing eLearning products for functionality and conformance with client and industry standards.
You will be converting existing assets into new, branded, and accessible templates.
You will be making direct edits in Rise, Storyline, PowerPoint, and Word.
You will write alt text, verify screen reading and tabbing order, and ensure asset colors meet accessibility guidelines.
Required education and certification
Bachelor’s degree or College Diploma in Education, English, Journalism, Communications, or related postsecondary education or equivalent job experience
Required skills and experience
A minimum of three years' experience in QA testing in one or more of the following areas: ILT, technical writing, proofreading, eLearning, or training
Excellent editing skills and standard computing skills in a Microsoft Windows environment
Experience testing accessibility using Rise, Storyline, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word
Proficiency and experience making edits directly within Rise and PowerPoint required
Knowledge and experience editing within Storyline is a plus, but not required
Experience with accessibility (writing alt text, using accessible language, verifying screen reading and tabbing order, keyboard navigation) is highly recommended
Flexibility, self-motivation, capacity to focus on routine tasks, and ability to work to deadlines
Very strong attention to detail
Ability to give and receive feedback at all levels
Strong team, interpersonal, and communication skills and the ability to navigate and work through challenges with a positive attitude
A PC is required (no Apple/MACs)
Ability to work successfully with a global, virtual team spread across multiple time zones
Employment type: Freelance
Travel: Not required Remote
Start date: December 2022How to apply
Before communicating your interest in this position, please self-register for the I Am Here program and complete the courseware at: https://demo.iamheretribe.com/HR
Job Type: Full-time