Education Modernization - Remote - Full time

The Education Modernization Team at Facebook is seeking a Spanish-English bilingual Instructional Designer to create instructional content for our program, Engineer for the Week (EFTW). This is a contract role for 9 months (June 2021 - February 2022), with the possibility of extension. This is a remote role (within 3 time zones of PST) and have the option to be on site at a Facebook office, if applicable.

Started in 2018, EFTW is a STEM program that introduces engineering to K-12 learners of historically underrepresented backgrounds. EFTW is one of the many offerings of the Education Modernization Team at Facebook, which co-designs programs and products to support K-12 communities facing layers of inequity, often with a focus on computer science and STEM.

Reporting to the EFTW Program Manager, the Instructional Designer (Bilingual) will work cross-functionally with our Design, Marketing, Infrastructure, and Evaluation team members to create and update instructional content to support educators implementing EFTW in the United States and across Latin America.


  • Co-design updates to our instructional content with educators implementing EFTW;
    • Research and develop online activities and formats to keep the educators and learners engaged;
    • Design and structure instructional content to be appropriately scaffolded and pedagogically sound;
    • Build checks for understanding and assessments, and identify additional opportunities to capture data throughout the learning experience;
    • Create lightweight graphics or visuals utilizing styles and templates;
    • Edit and produce short tutorial videos that complement the learning content;
  • Provide instructional design strategy and consultation to the entire program user experience flow, and specific program components such as the website and webinars;
  • Work closely with the Program Manager to ensure that the instructional content aligns with the vision for the program in the United States and across Latin America;
  • Collaborate with our Designer(s) to ensure the user experience of the curricula works best for our audience and create necessary graphics and/or digital assets;
  • Collaborate with our Infrastructure Solutions Manager to migrate instructional content onto a new hosting platform; and
  • Serve as the primary Project Manager for all instructional content projects.


  • 3-5 years of experience in designing online courses or curriculum for adult educators and K-12 learners;
  • Fluent in both English and Spanish;
  • Experience using popular e-learning content authoring tools, such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Lectora, Gomo, Elucidat, or comparable software;
  • An eye for design and can see the process through to completion: from the program vision to the learning objectives to completed learning experiences;
  • Strong project management and organizational skills, utilizing tools such as Asana;
  • Team player with experience working cross-functionally with multiple stakeholders and at times serve as the team’s point-of-contact for other external partners;
  • Strong communication skills with fine attention to detail; and
  • Experience with diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of work and committed to providing this perspective during instructional design by applying a learner-first approach to solving problems.


  • Experience in engineering, computer science, and/or STEM topics; and
  • Experience with the Scratch coding platform and/or Chatfuel.


If interested, please submit the following to with “Instructional Designer” in the subject line of your email by May 12, 2021.

  1. Resume
  2. Work Sample: Please provide links to 1-2 samples of your work that demonstrates your instructional design experience. Please reference EFTW’s existing instructional content to help you select the most relevant samples.

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Curriculum Design

Experience Level

Mid Level

Education Modernization

Education Modernization (EdMod) is a team at Facebook that creates programs and products to support communities with K-12 learners facing layers of inequity. We work to expand access to educational and economic opportunities, often with a focus on computer science and STEM
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