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Mathematics Content Writer (Spanish)

Windsor · United Kingdom

We are looking for a writer of excellent mathematics content to kick start our Spanish language section of our digital education platforms. A significant component of the job will be translating (from English), editing, and reviewing Spanish educational content aimed at mathematics students and teachers. Alongside these responsibilities, you will be using your expertise to help guide the rollout of our website and applications in Spanish speaking countries.


  • Translate, edit, and review mathematical questions and solutions ensuring they are logically structured, easy-to-read, pedagogically sound, and in the right style for the intended audience
  • Take ownership and responsibility for the quality of all our Spanish content
  • Advise on the roll out of our content into Spanish speaking countries
  • Liaise regularly with content writers and developers in English, both verbally and in writing

Qualifications & Work Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and/or experience of teaching Mathematics
  • A PhD in Mathematics will be viewed very positively
  • Mathematical writing, copyediting, or other related experience. Preferably this would have been in Spanish

Job Behavioral Competencies

  • Native speaker of Spanish
  • Ability to work effectively in an English-speaking environment
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Well-organised with the ability to produce high-quality work to tight deadlines
  • Adaptability, flexibility, and willingness to learn

Desirable Competencies

  • Knowledge of mathematical curriculum, notation, and conventions in Spanish speaking countries
  • Received mathematical training in the Spanish language
  • Experience of copyediting mathematics aimed at a K-12 audience


  • Annual gross salary offered for this position is in the range of £30,000-£36,000, competitive pension, and 28 days leave exclusive of bank holidays.