Course Material Publisher
Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Competition Number P09599
Posting Title Course Material Publisher
Classification Band 7
Location Multiple Locations (Please check posting details)
Other Location(s)
Other Building
Date Posted 10/18/2019
Closing Date 10/25/2019
JIQ # 30110
Start Date 11/01/2019
End Date
Open Until Filled No
Ongoing Yes
Category of work Full Time
Bargaining Unit Professional Services
Hours of Work Regulated 36 hours (5/4 work pattern)
Salary Range $26.07/hr - $31.18/hr
Temporary Market Stipend
Total Assigned days (AC) / Total Hours per biweekly pay
Regulated 36 hours (5/4 work Pattern)

Posting Status Open

Job Duties/Qualifications, Skills and Abilities(QSA)
Job Duties
Job Duties
Reporting to the Web Publishing Supervisor, The Course Material Publisher will work independently and as part of a team. The successful candidate will use a diverse skill set and expert knowledge of publishing technology and editorial services. The Course material Publisher produces high quality, web-ready digital and print-based learning materials in collaboration with Subject Matter Experts, Instructional Designers, Media Specialists (Graphic Artists, Video Editors, etc.), programs and the support team.

1. Create Online and print-based course materials: accurately incorporate course contents into the curriculum format template; insert graphics and interactives into documents ensuring accurate referencing; ensure formatting is consistent and accurate based on Sask Polytechnic curriculum format with program specific requirements. Edit punctuation, spelling and apply APA format to references. Proofread entire document, ensuring text and graphics are accurate, and that copyright information is included.
2. Maintain and/or develop complex, automated software templates customized for use in the Web Publishing department.
3. Use of MS Office tools and Integrated Development Environment such as Adobe Dreamweaver for online and print based course material.
4. Apply complex, analytical processes to research and provide solutions to software/hardware problems; e.g., PDF files, printer/font incompatibility.
5. Self-train on new software; keep up to date on technological advances.
6. Electronically file course manuals: ensure consistency and accuracy in file naming and availability of backup files on network; ensure duplication and overriding does not occur.
7. Maintain accurate records for work in progress and work completed using the project tracking system.
8. Develop and maintain training material for in-house use and train the new team members.

Specific Accountabilities
Required Qualifications, Skills and Abilities (QSA)
1.Diploma in office education with a specialty related to desktop publishing or new media; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
2.One year of print and online publishing experience.
3.Ability in using applications to create web-ready learning material.
4.Strong skills to create print-based customized templates and complex math equations.
5.Advanced skill in proofreading, punctuation, grammar, and APA formatting.
6.Knowledge of CSS and JavaScript.
7.Intermediate communication, writing skills and teamwork skills with the ability to work independently.
8.Demonstrated ability to adapt to changing priorities and skilled decision-making required to identify and mitigate risks.
9.Ability to produce high quality and high volume output in a deadline-driven environment.
10.Highly developed skill with communication tools including instant messaging clients such as Zoom, conference calling, email, voicemail.
11.Demonstrates valuing diversity.

Desired QSA