We are Learning A-Z , a Cambium Learning Group company.
Learning A-Z provides engaging, affordable, and easy-to-use solutions for differentiated K-6 literacy learning. With a library of meticulously differentiated eLearning tools that can be used anywhere learning takes place, we give educators the tools they need to easily personalize instruction for each student, and help each teacher make an impact - their way.
We're currently looking for a variety of talented individuals to join our dedicated team.
The Production Coordinator is responsible for organizing production staffing and project trafficking under the Production & Design Manager. In this role, the Production Coordinator will organize, track and assign production tasks to graphic designers. They will work closely with the Production & Design Manager to ensure efficient tracking, sufficient staffing and project workflow. They will report to the Production & Design Manager about project status and staffing. The Production Coordinator will also be responsible for proofing and logging steps in the database.
Why Work With Us?
When you work with Learning A-Z, you'll be helping students across the globe develop the comprehension, curiosity, and continued joy of learning they need to succeed in today's world.
We've been awarded numerous accolades from a wide variety of edtech organizations. Our flagship products Reading A-Z, Raz-Kids, and Raz-Plus are beloved by teachers and students alike, and are currently used by approximately 1/5 of public students in the United States.
To learn more about our organization and the exciting work we do, visit www.learninga-z.com.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
We are dedicated to fostering a culture that celebrates unique backgrounds, ideas, and experiences. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Production Administrator is $31,965 per year or $15 per hour. The highest paying Production Administrator jobs have a salary over $59,000 per year while the lowest paying Production Administrator jobs pay $17,000 per year
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