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C12 Group

Curriculum Manager

San Antonio, TX/Remote

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Affiliations: Global Leadership Network

Location: San Antonio, TX (This position is available to fully remote candidates.)

The Role: Curriculum Manager

C12 Stock Photo _2Meet C12 Group:

Each day, business leaders face challenges, opportunities, and decisions with significant downstream impacts. This considerable responsibility may cause them to feel lonely at the top. The weight can be immense, but so is the reward—particularly in pursuit of honoring God by how they run their companies. Eliminating the daylight between our faith and work requires diligence.

For nearly three decades, our focus has been to create a framework that compels and equips Christian business leaders to achieve excellence through the power of peers. C12 isn’t simply a business Bible study or a Christian business networking group. It’s an architected environment for transformation.

C12 helps CEOs and executives of growth-stage companies calibrate the entirety of their businesses through our signature 5-Point Alignment Matrix—continually evaluating and aligning revenue growth strategies, financial stewardship, cultural development, and operations within a framework of Business as a Ministry (BaaM). Our rigorous, interactive curriculum empowers C12 members to lean into challenges and leverage the opportunities of today’s marketplace.

About the Curriculum Manager: 

We are seeking an experienced curriculum writer and content development professional to join our Content and Product Team as a Curriculum Manager.

We are looking for someone with a passion for the intersection of business and ministry and a background in curriculum development and copywriting. The Curriculum Manager will develop our monthly curriculum, seminars, videos, e-books, white papers, tools, and published books. This role will also support content development for C12’s biennial conference, CURRENT.

C12’s corporate offices are in San Antonio, TX. If a local candidate is selected, a hybrid work environment is possible.  However, C12 is open to considering candidates desiring a fully remote opportunity. For remote candidates, travel requirements include 5 trips to San Antonio per year plus two trips to C12’s training events for Chairs. For local candidates, travel is anticipated at <5%.

C12 Stock Photo_1The Curriculum Manager's Responsibilities Include: 

Curriculum Development & Writing (70%)

  • Manage the monthly curriculum process from ideation through writing to final delivery. Each monthly curriculum set is developed over a five-month production schedule and includes collaboration with subject matter experts (SMEs), a committee of facilitators, graphic designers, copy editors, video and audio contractors, freelance writers, strategic alliances, and other team members.

  • Organize the yearly Curriculum Summit, a one-day brainstorming session to ideate C12 core products and future curriculum topics based on member surveys and business trend data.

  • Facilitate the monthly curriculum kick-off meetings to establish the vision, learning objectives, SMEs, video case studies, and necessary sources of each segment.

  • Conduct research (books, articles, Scripture, podcasts, SMEs, etc.) and write initial drafts of the curriculum including devotional, ministry, and business segments. Continue to refine drafts following stakeholder input to develop a final product that is relevant, concise, clear, actionable, accurate, engaging, compelling, and free of errors.

  • Develop the ancillary curriculum materials, including slide decks, audio recordings, executive summaries, partner resources, and facilitation training.

  • Maintain overlapping curriculum production schedules to ensure timely delivery.

Case-Study Video Content (15%)

  • Perform initial discovery interviews for story-based videos and instructional videos to support curriculum goals.

  • Develop the creative direction for videos and coordinate a shoot with a videographer(s).

  • Collaborate on post-production editing and video captions.

  • Manage production schedule to ensure timely delivery.

Product Development (15%)

  • Develop and update C12 products as envisioned by the C12 executive team to build brand awareness and a thought leadership position for C12, including but not limited to, published trade books, e-books, white papers, podcasts, articles, tools, workbooks, slide decks, webinars, workshops, and seminars.

  • Support the production of the biennial current conference, including the development of speaker content and printed materials.

  • Collaborate with strategic partners and third-party publications to co-develop content that serves mutual audiences.

  • Maintain and uphold content governance guidelines to ensure consistent use of philosophy, voice, and style.

  • Ensure quality, clarity, and consistency across all communications.

C12 Group Stock PhotoWhat You Bring: 

The following describes many of the characteristics of the ideal candidate for the Curriculum Manager:

Education & Experience

  • A bachelor's degree in business, organizational development, education, Biblical studies, or a related field of study, required

  • 5+ years of professional experience in curriculum development and/or content creation, required

  • Advanced degree(s) in business, organizational development, education, or Biblical studies, preferred

  • A background in organizational development, leadership development theory, and executive business experience, preferred

  • Experience in instructional design and adult learning, preferred

  • Experience in budget management

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Aptitude for writing and content development

  • Ability to work on simultaneous projects alongside a team of creative peers, contractors, and vendors

  • Demonstrated ability to research, understand, and identify learning needs for an executive audience

  • Familiarity with ideas of faith/work integration, vocational discipleship, and missional business and associated praxis

  • Understands Christian ministry, doctrine, and Biblical studies

  • Organizational skills

  • Capacity for seeing patterns, discerning better processes, and prioritizing and systemizing for improved outcomes

  • Multitasking skills

  • Skills to manage multiple content and curriculum projects at the same time

  • Project management, ability to follow a deadline-driven production schedule

  • Teaching and training skills

  • High proficiency in developing business curricula, instructional design, principles in adult learning, and the ability to write for an executive audience

Personal Characteristics & Qualifications

  • Driven by results, grit, resourcefulness, and an entrepreneurial spirit

  • Called with a passion for C12’s mission

  • Possesses a sense that this role and C12 are a strong fit for personal gifts, talents, passions, and experiences

  • Servant leadership

  • Adaptive learner

  • Determined

  • Chemistry fit with C12’s unique and fun culture

  • High character worthy of trust and fueled by personal values of integrity, honesty, compassion, reconciliation, and diligence

  • Energy and enthusiasm


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