Teachstone Training

Project Manager: Child Development Associate Courseware

3 weeks ago
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The CDA Project Manager works closely with the CDA Product Manager to plan, assess, and analyze project processes for the production of high-quality online CDA courseware that meet criteria for the Child Development Associate credential.


***This is a part-time, contracted position***



  • Develops, implements, and monitors project timelines, workflow, and production schedule.
  • Communicates project plans and updates with team.
  • Creates budget forecasts, develops project budget, tracks ongoing expenses, and prepares financial reports.
  • Implements JIRA to track project tasks and activities.
  • Works closely with Product Manager to monitor individual and team output for operational efficiency that ensures the project is on track for success.
  • Attends meetings and reports on progress.
  • Ensures on-time delivery of project, within scope and within budget.
  • Outlines technical project requirements to validate technical feasibility.
  • Takes action to understand and resolve issues that may arise with the project.
  • OPTIONAL: Participates in CLASS training and builds expertise with CLASS concepts and early childhood education.


  • Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of experience as a project manager.
  • Thorough understanding of software development processes and agile methods.
  • Knowledge of elearning platforms and systems including LMSs, SISs.
  • Demonstrated track record of success managing multiple tasks for complex projects.
  • Applied knowledge of online courseware and instructional methodologies.
  • Direct experience managing the development of college-level courses.
  • Ability to lead and work as a team player.
  • Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft office software, JIRA, and standard technology tools for business analysis.


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