ETS is actively seeking candidates who can bring diverse experiences and perspectives to the item development work. The ETS Summer Institute workforce includes people from a variety of backgrounds, such as undergraduate students, graduate students, teachers, professors, department heads, professional writers and other working professionals.
To be eligible for this position, you’ll need to have completed some undergraduate work and have:
- excellent writing skills
- strong English speaking skills, and knowledge of English grammar and vocabulary
- analytical skills
- attention to detail
- receptiveness to other perspectives
You’ll need a very high degree of fluency in English, but you don’t need to be a native speaker. While not required, experience in a business setting (including remote settings), as well as a background in second-language learning is preferred.
Additionally, you should be able to:
- work well individually and collaboratively
- accept constructive feedback
- manage your time effectively to meet targets