Do you want to be part of the growing Britannica Digital Learning team?

We are currently recruiting for a Lesson Content Writer role responsible for leading Britannica’s knowledge of primary and secondary school educator needs.

This role will suit any secondary school science teachers who are looking for supplementary work, especially over summer.

Below are details of the role, and if you would like more information or to discuss further then please contact us.

Teniel Pillai – HR Director


Job Title:         Lesson Content Writer

This role is fee-based, and is based upon the number of lessons created. Contact Teniel Pillai for more information.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Lesson Content Writer is responsible for creating engaging lesson content for a diverse group of students at all levels. You will demonstrate an excellent knowledge of the Key Stage 3 and 4 National Curriculum for Science, create lesson content linked to key science curriculum strands.

Specifically, the responsibilities include:

  • Create content connecting Britannica resources to the curriculum.
  • Have in-depth knowledge and understanding of Britannica resources, including new features/product changes.
  • Adapts and reassesses lesson plans to meet specific student needs, comply with newly implemented guidelines or rules, and to update relevant information and include new developments in education
  • Possesses and continually develops working knowledge of national curriculum programs and frameworks.
  • Develop lesson plans, activities, and resources to support educational trends, curriculum, and best practices.

Other Responsibilities & Competencies:

  • Report weekly on activities, strategies and results
  • Strong knowledge of U.K. secondary schools


A Teaching qualification and a minimum of 3 years of experience in education are required.  Experience as a classroom teacher, utilizing technology is strongly preferred.

Knowledge of educational technology (i.e., integrated search systems, library automation systems, and interactive whiteboards), computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), and a willingness to learn and teach others are also important.

Must be an engaging presenter, able to facilitate groups of educators at all levels and communicate through use of educational vocabulary.

Familiarity with curriculum standards and multiple types of assessments are also required.


For more information contact:

Teniel Pillai – HR Director