Assessment Writer
$100,000 USD/year Pay is set based on global value, not the local market. Most roles = hourly rate x 40 hrs x 50 weeks ($50 USD/hour)

Any country
full-time (40 hrs/week)
Long-term role

Assessment Writer $100,000USD/year ($50 USD/hour)


Is translating educational theories into actionable assessments your superpower? Do you thrive in environments where excellence is the norm, dissecting and designing with a level of precision that only the keenest eye can achieve?

We're scouting for an expert in psychometrics with a flair for distilling complex educational measurements into clear, effective tests to sculpt revolutionary educational experiences. Think you have checked all the right boxes so far? Then this is your opportunity to shine.

At Trilogy, we're not just tinkering with the idea of AI in education; we're orchestrating a full-blown transformation. Scrap the old playbook of manual test creation. Textbooks? Obsolete. In this role, you will wield the power of generative AI to design prompts that delve deep into the subject matter, commanding it to produce test content that's personalized, engaging, and rigorous.

Your experience in quantitative measurement and educational content creation will help you synthesize complex frameworks into AI prompts, yielding razor-sharp test questions that align tightly with educational standards. You will then quality control your outputs by crafting AI-first rubrics, ensuring each question and answer hits the mark and stimulates curiosity, enriching the learning journey. It's all about a relentless pursuit of excellence, a continuous cycle of refinement, and a dedication to content that not only meets but exceeds the bar.

If you're seeking a role where you can blend creativity with technology and where your contributions have a lasting impact, Trilogy is where you belong. Take the leap and apply now!

What you will be doing

  • Creating and refining test content to meet rigorous educational standards, using a blend of psychometrics and generative AI tools
  • Developing assessment rubrics with the help of AI that evaluate the depth, alignment, and educational impact of the test content
  • Enhancing the quality of test content through a streamlined, iterative process for consistently superior and challenging assessments

What you will NOT be doing

  • Creating test content manually – you will be using generative AI tools (such as ChatGPT, Gemini, Claude etc.) for every task
  • Developing code to automate systems - you will focus on test design using AI, while our engineers handle the tech specifics

Key responsibilities

Applying your psychometric expertise to develop and refine test content with the help of AI, ensuring the assessments are personalized, rigorous, and aligned with educational standards

Candidate requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or higher with a focus on psychometrics, educational measurement and statistics, OR at least 3 years of experience creating content for standardized tests (SAT, ACT, etc.) within an edtech environment
  • Basic familiarity with and an eagerness to rapidly master AI tools and their application in test content development
  • A user-centric approach and the ability to critically evaluate content in terms of appropriateness, accuracy, and relevance
How it works

Applying for a role? Here’s what to expect.

We’ve curated a series of steps that take the guesswork (and cognitive bias) out of recruiting the best person.

Pass Cognitive Aptitude Test.

Pass Cognitive Aptitude Test.

Pass English Proficiency Test.

Pass English Proficiency Test.

Prove Real-World Job Skills.

Prove Real-World Job Skills.

Ace An Interview Or Two.

Ace An Interview Or Two.

Accept Job Offer.

Accept Job Offer.



Frequently asked questions

About the role

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Why Crossover

Recruitment sucks. So we’re fixing it.

The Olympics of work

The Olympics of work

It’s super hard to qualify—extreme quality standards ensure every single team member is at the top of their game.

Premium pay for premium talent

Premium pay for premium talent

Over 50% of new hires double or triple their previous pay. Why? Because that’s what the best person in the world is worth.

Shortlist by skills, not bias

Shortlist by skills, not bias

We don’t care where you went to school, what color your hair is, or whether we can pronounce your name. Just prove you’ve got the skills.