Join the Coder College Team!
Coder College is growing and we are looking for like-minded people to help teach kids and adults how to code.
We are looking for enthusiastic educators and mentors to assist with the growing number of courses we are running around the Hobart area (and eventually in other regions).
- Deliver our courses to a class of up to 30 students
- Responsible for keeping the class on track
- Directing the learning of the participants.
- Provide direction to mentors
- Comfortable in dealing with parents and kids, highly organised and enthusiastic
- A Teaching/Education Degree not essential (but would be an advantage)
- First Aid certification (including asthma and anaphylaxis) not essential (but would be an advantage)
- Coding knowledge is not necessary (but would be an advantage)
- Provides one on one help to individual students during class
- Any student falling behind will need you to guide them in the right direction
- Keep an eye out for any misbehaviour or disruption
- General duties directed by the Lead Tutor
What skills do you need?
- Enjoy working with kids and have a bubbly, enthusiastic can-do attitude
- An interest in coding and teaching others to code
- Mature outlook and common sense
- Work well in a team environment
- Be able to take initiative when working unsupervised
- Fluent conversational English
- Must have a Working with Vulnerable People card
- Drivers license not essential (but would be an advantage)
What to expect
The coding that we teach at Coder College ranges from the beginner to advanced coder. We deal with a lot of first time coders so being able to break down introductions and explain concepts is an important skill. Coding knowledge (while not essential) is desirable. We will ask all successful applicants to take the time to familiarise themselves with the coding language/course that will be covered during the relevant course.
Hours (and location) may vary from After School, Evenings, Weekends and especially School Holidays.
Working with kids means that you’ll need to expect the unexpected. You’ll be responsible for their safety and well-being, so bring your empathy and common sense, along with your passion to ensure that every child has the best experience. All Coder College staff must have a Working with Vulnerable People’s card.
Interested in one of the above roles?
Then send you CV and tell us a bit about yourself to: email@example.com