Editor, Learning Content

San Francisco, California, United States | Education | Full-time | Fully remote


Common Sense (commonsense.org) is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of all kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in the 21st century.

Every day, millions of families turn to Common Sense for trusted advice and unbiased ratings. We offer the largest library of independent, age-based, and educational ratings and reviews for everything your kids want to watch, play, read, and learn. Our movie and TV ratings are available on Target.com, Xfinity, Apple TV, and many other partner platforms helping families make smart media choices. Through our schools program, we provide educators with a curriculum that teaches the essential digital citizenship and literacy skills every student needs to succeed. We also work with policymakers, industry leaders, and concerned parents, caregivers, and teachers to improve the media and education landscape for kids, families, and schools.

The Editor, Learning Content, works with the Editorial Director, Learning Content, to provide reviews and advice for educators regarding media, technology, and learning. With a background in education, writing, and editing, the Editor, Learning Content, has an understanding of the edtech space, best practices for using media in the classroom, and an ability to translate this knowledge effectively for educators and caregivers. 

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time, exempt

REPORTS TO: Editorial Director, Learning Content 

LOCATION: San Francisco, CA, or remote

Please note: If this role allows for remote work, we will consider applicants for employment in the following states: AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, IL, IN, MA, ME, MI, NC, NE, NM, NY, OH, OR, PA, TN, TX, and WA.


  • Identify and research products for review.
  • Assign, edit, and publish reviews for Common Sense Education.
  • Evaluate education products using the Common Sense learning rating rubric.
  • Recruit and manage freelance reviewers, track assignment dates and deadlines, determine review ratings, and meet deadlines.
  • Write articles that curate and compare resources for classrooms.
  • Write newsletters and contribute to brainstorming sessions for the newsletter calendar.
  • Write advice articles on a variety of topics and other resources as needed.
  • Co-create short-form videos highlighting useful resources for educators.
  • Participate in press interviews and conferences as needed.
  • Stay abreast of trends in education and issues affecting schools/families.
  • Support diversity, equity, and inclusion internally and externally in all forms of work and communications.


  • 3+ years in some educational capacity.
  • Strong, demonstrable writing and editing skills, and a creative mind.
  • Ability to get and give critical and constructive feedback.
  • Knowledge of education trends, and experience using technology and media for learning.
  • Experience triaging priorities while managing several projects at once.
  • Passionate about teachers, educational innovation, and equity.
  • Track record of delivering on commitments and meeting deadlines.
  • Comfortable working independently and remotely as needed.


  • Work with passionate professionals.
  • Comprehensive health and wellness benefits: medical, dental, vision, and fitness.
  • Matching 401(k).
  • Work-life balance.
  • The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of kids and families!

Common Sense values the diversity of its employees and is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on our values, please visit our statement on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Common Sense will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. However, job offers are made on the condition that the applicant subsequently passes a criminal background check. If the background check indicates a prior criminal conviction, we will conduct an individualized assessment to determine whether the conviction should result in denial of employment.