Posted on Friday, April 28, 2023
Help expand the reach and influence of our education team.
At Procreate we're dedicated to making exceptional creative tools by combining beautiful user experiences with high performance engineering. Used by millions around the globe, Procreate is committed to placing more power in the hands of creatives.
We’re looking for a multi-disciplined Learning Coordinator to expand our capability and reach in the global education sector. In this role, you'll have be oriented towards life-long learning, with a focus on content for professional and Industry learning as well as on-going user education.
This is a a role in which you’ll both foster relationships and develop curriculum which shows the functionality and power of Procreate and its features. This role sits within the Communications team, and you’ll report directly to the Head of Communications, Lauren Yates-Jones. You'll work closely with members of the Communications team, our internal creative teams, and the Digital team. You’ll also have regular opportunities to work with external stakeholders and relevant business partners.
You’ll connect with industry and educational institutions with the view to expand adoption of Procreate in a range of creative pipelines. You'll work closely with you colleagues to deliver Procreate-specific lesson plans, workshops, tutorials, and other educational material both online and in-person.
What you'll do.
Develop entertaining and informative educational resources. The content you produce will be designed with educators and users in mind. Your challenge will be to create resources which highlight and explain Procreate features and functionality in a straightforward, beautiful and engaging way. This includes user guides and and reference documentation as well as illustrative, designed and written content in a range of formats and compatible with both web and social media.
Putting Procreate in the hands of individuals and organisations. Your work will not only inspire and empower our users but foster the adoption of Procreate in workplaces and professional industries. To do so you will deliver training, workshops and tutorials across the globe both online and in person. You will expand our network of B2B relationships, in tandem with our Partnerships Manager, by producing workshops that demonstrate practical use cases across a range of professional domains.
Marketing and broader education strategy. You’ll work with other members of the Marcom team to consolidate our materials and relationships with the view to grow our influence, our range of resources and the depth and breadth of our professional partnerships. You'll identify opportunities to align our strategy with the movements and strategy of those of our most critical external partners. In addition, you'll conduct research into education industry best-practice, progressive pedagogy and creativity in learning methodology.
User engagement and support. As Learning Coordinator, you'll be a representative of Procreate as both a product and brand. In addition to meeting with industry bodies, educators, students and Procreate users, you'll provide support to our Social Media Coordinator to produce material for our education-facing social media channels. This work will coincide with the work our Product Care team does in relation to fielding education related enquiries and requests for technical support from educators adopting Procreate in their respective institutions.
We’re looking for someone who is passionate about their craft. If you don’t see yourself in everything on this list don’t worry, even if you match just a few we’d still love to hear from you.
Deep and significant experience working with Procreate. This opportunity is for someone that is interested in creative work, that understands the power of Procreate and has a deep understanding of its features and functionality with a demonstrated ability to produce a wide variety of visual content in Procreate. You will be a regular, if not, daily user of Procreate, have a background in traditional art and be capable with a range of creative software – ultimately you will understand and be able to apply fundamental design principles in your content and material.
Attention to technical and visual detail.
You're the type of person that always sweats the small stuff. Our user base and community are accustomed to the industry leading user experience of Procreate, you'll emulate and match these standards in the learning resources you create and the method and manner in which you deliver those resources.
Experience in teaching or educational roles. You’ll have had experience developing and/or delivering educational material. Whether your experience is with children or adult learners, you will be comfortable with public speaking and be able to effectively convey information in the most appropriate way for the audience/group at hand. You may have built this skill set by creating content for platforms like YouTube or similar or perhaps through years of work in classrooms or other formal and informal educational arenas - or both.
An interest and drive to share information and knowledge. You’ll have a passion for engaging with people and organisations to share your knowledge. This role is for someone who takes joy in seeing other people grow and achieve. Any experience you have had which shows your ability to lift others up will serve you well in this role.
A history of successful networking and stakeholder management. A core function of this role is the ability to develop and maintain ongoing professional and mutually beneficial relationships. You will need to be comfortable engaging with people from an array of industries and walks of life on a regular and on-going basis - networking is something that gives you a sense of professional satisfaction.
Excellent written and verbal communications. Not only will you produce artistic content for lessons and tutorials, but you will also write the accompanying marketing and instructional copy. You will need to understand the needs and goals of the people you are working with and be able to articulate the value of Procreate to those people based on their specific requirements.
What Success looks like.
- Complete our onboarding process and familiarise with your colleagues, workplace, culture and tech stack.
- Understand our existing educational material and the external partnerships we have developed.
- Ideate on production of new learning resources which highlight the power and functionality of Procreate.
Once you're settled in.
- Identify opportunities for program growth and produce new long-term curriculum concepts.
- Begin to deliver workshops, tutorials and other teaching resources either online, in person or both.
Now you're flying.
- Drive growth in individual and organisational uptake of Procreate.
- Expand on the learning material you have developed and solidify new partnerships and relationships.
- Assist in scaling the education function regarding skillsets, projects, and the necessary resource/assets.
Who we are.
One of the driving factors behind Procreate’s success is our close-knit teamwork. We believe the key to invention is the open flow of ideas and collaboration — revelling in the creative process and taking the time to hone our craft. Together we’re dedicated to building creative software that is powerful, accessible, and intuitive. We’re not afraid to rethink, iterate and persist until we genuinely believe in our work.
At Procreate we’re a rare breed of driven people from all over the world. Each of us brings something special to the table, through our unique backgrounds and experience. Every day we inspire each other to continue our relentless pursuit, passion, and hunger to produce the highest quality work, while remaining humble in our achievements.
Co-founded by James and Alanna Cuda in 2011, Procreate has remained independent and self-funded for over 10 years. Since its launch, Procreate has been loved by millions around the world, received two coveted Apple Design Awards, and been the best-selling app on iPad for the past six years running. In 2018, Procreate Pocket also received an iPhone app of the year award.
We invest in you
Every employee at Procreate receives an individual training budget to help them grow personally and professionally. And because transparency matters, the whole company is included in the coming year’s plans and strategies at our annual off-site company meet.
Time to reset, recharge and look after yourself
Australia already has some of the most generous annual leave provisions in the world at a mandated 4 weeks per year. We also offer you extended parental leave, an extra 5 Mental Health Days per year, plus an Employee Assistance Program open to you and your family members.
Everything you need to do your best work
We’ll provide you with all the hardware and software you need, including a fully adjustable desk set up for your way of working. But it’s the personalised professional support, and growth and development opportunities we think will really help you fly.
We want to hear from you
Our recruitment process is made to provide you with opportunities for you to show us what you're capable of, instead of assessing you solely on your CV. Regardless of whether you meet all requirements or experience listed, we’d love to hear about how you see yourself contributing to Procreate in this role. If you have specific questions or ideas on how we can support you, please reach out to email@example.com.
We offer relocation support and working visa sponsorship for successful candidates that are based overseas or interstate.
Apply now or reach out to discuss what working at Procreate looks like for you.
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