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Virtual Learning Content Architecture and Integration Analyst in Boston, Massachusetts

About the Pearson Virtual Schools

Pearson Virtual Schools (PVS) is focused on providing a flexible work environment to its employees, including the ability to work from home on a regular basis in most positions. We believe that flexibility in work/life balance is a critical part of our culture and employee satisfaction, and we are proud to provide our employees with the ability to work from anywhere, anytime. In exchange, we require that employees have the appropriate means to work remotely, including adherence to our work at home policies regarding home office setup, including but not limited to the privacy of records, technology standards, equipment standards and expectations.  

The newly created PVS Curriculum Small Wins team, through teacher- and student-focused design thinking sessions, will focus on enhancements to our curriculum. The intent of the Small Wins team is twofold: first for our customers to participate in our development cycle and get immediate value from enhancements that will save them time better spent on building relationships with students and differentiating instruction; and second for our PVS teams to build relationships with our schools, understand their problems and opportunities, and appreciate how they are using our curriculum to better inform the broader Product and Technology roadmap. In addition to the content architecture and integration analyst, the PVS Small Wins team is comprised of a product manager, a solutions manager, content developers, an assurance analyst, and an instructional designer.

Role Description

Working from home or from one of Pearson’s US-based offices, the content architecture and integration analyst is the Small Wins subject matter expert for the Pearson Authoring and Content Ecosystem (PACE) tools. The analyst ensures consistent and effective use of PACE tools for the development and integration of content assets, and the assembly, production, and maintenance of courses. As a member of the Small Wins team, the content architecture and integration analyst will participate in design-thinking sprints to identify and prioritize “small win” work, to develop the “small wins,” and to test, validate, and deliver the “small wins” to our school customers.


  • Subject-matter expert for use of PACE tools for content development, integration, production, distribution, and maintenance ecosystem (ex. Cypress, Alfresco, Elm)

  • Develops and executes workflows for integrating content into various authoring tools and platforms

  • Input lesson and assessment content into various authoring tools according to formatting guidelines and standards created by the Curriculum Development team

  • Recommends updates to existing standards to accommodate the needs of upcoming products and changes in production processes and tools; identifies how those standards are to be applied to new products; organizes testing efforts; documents best practices

  • Evaluates whether current standards are enabling desired outcomes and adapts as needed to maintain and improve efficacy of content

  • Business owner advocating for prioritization and development of software and content features required to enhance customer experience with existing and future content strategies


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • Minimum 3 years content architecture and integration experience, including experience creating, assembling, delivering, and managing digital assets and products

  • Working knowledge of content production methodologies with projects focused on education, curriculum and training development and production

  • Ability to work closely with content and software development teams while exhibiting fluent understanding of curriculum products, curriculum assets, and instructional design

  • Basic understanding of Agile methodologies and proven ability to collaborate with product management teams

  • Working knowledge of asset and content authoring and management including online publishing and production, product development and delivery, production workflow systems, content lifecycle management, and asset storage and management

  • Demonstrates excellent verbal and writing skills

  • Knowledge of Learning Management Systems (LMS) or Educational Management Systems

  • Technologically proficient with Microsoft® Office, Azure Dev Ops, Google Suite, and ability to learn other software programs and technology platforms quickly

  • Must enjoy a challenging work environment that requires flexibility, self-direction, creativity, strong communication, and organizational skills

As required by Equal Pay Transparency Act, Pearson provides a reasonable range of minimum compensation for roles that may be hired in Colorado and New York City. Actual compensation is influenced by a wide array of factors including but not limited to skill set, level of experience, and specific office location. As required by the Colorado and New York City laws, the pay range for this position is as follows:

Minimum full-time salary range begins at $65,000.

This position is eligible to participate in an annual incentive program, and information on benefits offered is here.

What to expect from Pearson

Did you know Pearson is one of the 10 most innovative education companies of 2022?

At Pearson, we add life to a lifetime of learning so everyone can realize the life they imagine. We do this by creating vibrant and enriching learning experiences designed for real-life impact. We are on a journey to be 100 percent digital to meet the changing needs of the global population by developing a new strategy with ambitious targets. To deliver on our strategic vision, we have five business divisions that are the foundation for the long-term growth of the company: Assessment & Qualifications, Virtual Learning, English Language Learning, Workforce Skills and Higher Education. Alongside these, we have our corporate divisions: Digital & Technology, Finance, Global Corporate Marketing & Communications, Human Resources, Legal, Strategy and Direct to Consumer. Learn more at We are Pearson.

We value the power of an inclusive culture and also a strong sense of belonging. We promote a culture where differences are embraced, opportunities are accessible, consideration and respect are the norm and all individuals are supported in reaching their full potential. Through our talent, we believe that diversity, equity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant place to work. People are at the center, and we are committed to building a workplace where talent can learn, grow and thrive.

Pearson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and a member of E-Verify. We want a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. All employment decisions are based on qualifications, merit and business need. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status or any other group protected by law. We strive for a workforce that reflects the diversity of our communities.

To learn more about Pearson’s commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce, navigate to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Pearson.

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Organization: Virtual Learning

Schedule: FULL_TIME

Workplace Type: Remote

Req ID: 16105