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Overview\nExploration Summer Programs is seeking creative and experienced educators to serve as Pre-Season Curriculum Advisors (PCAs) during the winter and spring for our summer enrichment courses. Over the course of a six-week development cycle, PCAs communicate with course instructors via phone and email to help them transform their ideas into creative lesson plans for a three-week enrichment course that will be taught during the summer. Each summer, Exploration offers more than 150 unique courses and more than 90 unique workshops in a wide array of academic disciplines. (See our website, www.explo.org, for a sample of the kinds of courses we offer.) These enrichment courses are hands-on, not-for-\ncredit, and ungraded. They are taught by summer instructors who are passionate about the fields in which they are teaching, but who are primarily undergraduate and graduate students with little or no teaching experience. The primary responsibility of the PCA is to mentor these young teachers in the development of student-centered, activity-based curriculum that will encourage our summer students to challenge themselves, discover the world of people and ideas, and experience the joy of learning.\nPosition Details\nA brief online training for PCAs takes place in early winter. Curriculum advising takes place between January and May 15. Most PCAs advise between one and six courses. PCAs coordinate an advising schedule with instructors, such that the advising process for a single course or workshop is completed in a six-week period (of your choosing). \n\nMonetary Compensation + Graduate Credit\nPCAs may elect to receive either monetary compensation or graduate credit (or a mixture of the two) for their work as PCAs. PCAs are compensated $200 per full-course and $100 per workshop advised to completion. Exploration is a Professional Development Provider and, as such, can award recertification points for this work.\n\nApplication Process\nPlease apply online at http://www.explo.org/faculty/pre_season_advisors. For questions, please contact Barb Trainor, Director of Curriculum and Instruction at [email protected]\n\nAbout Exploration\nExploration Summer Programs is an international leader in summer academic enrichment. Each year, Exploration runs programs for more than 3000 boarding and day students who hail from more than 40 states and countries. The Program was founded in 1977. Explo at Wheaton enrolls rising 4th through 7th graders at Wheaton College in Norton, MA. Explo at Wellesley enrolls rising 8th and 9th graders at Wellesley College. Explo at Yale enrolls rising 10th through 12th graders at Yale University. Students attend either one or two three-week sessions and enroll in academic enrichment courses (and one or two workshops) per session. Thirty-five people work 10.5 months a year in Exploration’s main office located in Norwood, MA. During the summer, the staff/faculty increases to more than 350 and operations move to the summer sites.\nAdditional Summer Curriculum Opportunities\nIn addition to hiring PCAs, Exploration also hires several Curriculum Advisors (CAs) who live and work on the campuses of our Programs during the summer. Summer CAs help coach new teachers in the development of their teaching skills through formal and informal observations, oral and written feedback, goal-setting, reflection, and one-on-one problem-solving sessions. Additional information and the online application is available at http://www.explo.org/faculty/curriculum_advisors.\n\n\nExtra tags: Education, Summer Enrichment, Curriculum, Mentoring, Young People


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We're looking for a Curriculum Engineer to work directly with our Founder on a new R&D project. The role will help port existing courses to a new online course delivery platform, combining high quality course videos and active learning exercises and projects. We'll want you to think deeply about the pedagogy and student experience of the courses, in addition to computer science and software engineering content. Your work will serve as the foundation for the Make School educational experience and by joining our team, you’ll be creating the blueprint for the future of higher education.\n\nAbout Make School\nMake School is redesigning college for the 21st century. Our education combines liberal arts, computer science, software development, and character development with a strong emphasis on fully preparing students for successful careers as software engineers, product managers, or entrepreneurs. Our alumni work at Facebook, Google, Apple, Snap, LinkedIn, Lyft and more.\n\nOur college is accessible to students of all backgrounds, 40% are underrepresented minority students and 50% come from low income families. Students pay tuition as a percentage of earnings once they are employed, directly aligning their incentives with ours. Make School is funded by Learn Capital, Y Combinator, Mitch Kapor, Alexis Ohanian, Tim Draper and others.\n


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About the Role\n\nThe Senior Curriculum Developer is a hands on contributor accountable for the successful design, creation, and maintenance of App Academy’s key asset: its curriculum. \n\nAs a Senior Curriculum Developer, you’ll be responsible for mentoring the curriculum development team, designing curricula from a higher level, and innovating teaching media. In collaboration with the development team, you will create world class content including articles, interactive projects, video lectures and assessments that achieve the company’s goals of efficiently training new engineers to excel as full time software engineers. The ideal candidate will utilize both their professional engineering experience and their ongoing research of evolving industry best practices to create content that serves a diverse population of learners. The Senior Curriculum Developer will create content using creative and proven pedagogical practices.\n\n\n\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n\n* Articulate and define standards for curriculum quality\n\n* Mentor fellow curriculum developers on content creation practices\n\n* Innovate new curriculum media and create prototypes\n\n* Identify LMS needs for curriculum delivery and articulate to engineering team\n\n* Group curriculum assets for learning objectives into cohesive lessons\n\n* Compare student performance with objectives to design a curriculum improvement plan\n\n* Stay on top of industry adoption of technologies and best practices\n\n* Identify obsolescence in existing curricula, design a strategy to update\n\n* Create fair and effective assessments and measurements of student progress\n\n* Analyze student feedback and bug reports to identify trends\n\n* Train instructional team on new content\n\n* Observe agile processes with team\n\n* Prioritize and address curriculum backlog tasks\n\n* Review content created by fellow curriculum developers\n\n* Create attractive and informative diagrams using professional tools\n\n* Record, edit, and publish video lectures efficiently\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nExperience & Qualifications\n\n\n\n\n* Demonstrable expertise in Rails, Python, JavaScript, SQL, HTML, Git, Data Structures, Algorithms, and CSS.\n\n* Experience mentoring junior team members\n\n* Demonstrable expertise explaining creating training materials for sophisticated technical topics in multiple media including assessments, articles, videos, etc.\n\n* Comfort and confidence recording video lectures and coding demonstrations.\n\n* Collaborate with a remote team.\n\n* Exceptional written and verbal communication.\n\n* Experience editing video.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nOur Values\n\n\n\n\n* Take responsibility for student success:.  Everyone works together to enable student success.\n\n* Follow the numbers.  Decisions should be backed by data.\n\n* Embrace a growth mindset.  View challenges and failures as opportunities to improve.\n\n* Start with why.  See the big picture and question the status quo. If there’s a better way of doing things we should investigate it.  \n\n* Create an inclusive environment.  We work together to promote empathy and respect amongst all students and staff.\n\n* Build with urgency. Build like careers depend on it.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nBenefits\n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Competitive salary\n\n* Flexible paid time off\n\n* Employer-sponsored health insurance plans with 100% support for premiums\n\n* Generous paid family leave program\n\n* The opportunity to work with driven and talented colleagues committed to lifelong learning\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nApp Academy is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, or Veteran status. We believe strongly that technology companies benefit from diversity and encourage applicants from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.\n\nIn compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.


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The Director of Curriculum is a strategic and hands-on leader who is primarily accountable for the results of a high-functioning instructional team. The Director will work with groups across App Academy to ensure the highest-quality and delivery of content to our growing student body. The Director is charged with leading the efforts to implement and measure all systems needed to maintain a stable capacity of content creators.\n\n\n\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n\n* Coordinate with the VP of Academics to minimize cost of content creation and source appropriate contractors to augment full-time capacity\n\n* Establish and enforce content standards, and provide direct feedback to all content creators with respect to the standards and the content\n\n* Identify, develop, execute, and evolve the professional development programs for content creators\n\n* Work with the Director of Instruction to garner implementation and evaluation feedback\n\n* Work with the Director of Software Engineering as the primary stakeholder for the curriculum group\n\n* Work with the Director of Enterprise Instruction to coordinate curriculum development for enterprise clients\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nExperience & Qualifications\n\n\n\n\n* Three years of of professional software development experience\n\n* Demonstrable above average written and presentation skills\n\n* Demonstrable knowledge of all of the following programming topics: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, ReactJS and the Flux architecture, Object-oriented design patterns and principles, Microservice architecture, and functional programming patterns and principles\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nNice to Haves\n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Three years of teaching adult learners\n\n* At least one of the following: three years of experience teaching or a M.Ed.\n\n* At least one of each of the following: five years of software development experience or an M.S. in Computer Science\n\n* Demonstrable knowledge of at least one of the following languages and associated frameworks: Ruby and Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, Express.js, SequelizePython, Flask, SQL AlchemyJava, Spring, JPA, C#, ASP.NET MVC, and EF\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nOur Values\n\n\n\n\n* Take responsibility for student success:.  Everyone works together to enable student success.\n\n* Follow the numbers.  Decisions should be backed by data.\n\n* Embrace a growth mindset.  View challenges and failures as opportunities to improve.\n\n* Start with why.  See the big picture and question the status quo. If there’s a better way of doing things we should investigate it.  \n\n* Create an inclusive environment.  We work together to promote empathy and respect amongst all students and staff.\n\n* Build with urgency. Build like careers depend on it.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nBenefits\n\n\n\n\n* Competitive salary\n\n* Flexible paid time off\n\n* Employer-sponsored health insurance plans with 100% support for premiums\n\n* Generous paid family leave program\n\n* The opportunity to work with driven and talented colleagues committed to lifelong learning\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nApp Academy is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, or Veteran status. We believe strongly that technology companies benefit from diversity and encourage applicants from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.\n\nIn compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.


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\nData Engineering Curriculum Writer\n\nApply Here\n\n\n* Remote\n\n\n\n\n\n* Contract\n\n\n\n\n\n\nWho We Are\nThinkful is a new type of school that brings high-growth tech careers to ambitious people everywhere. We provide 1-on-1 learning through our network of industry experts, hiring partners, and online platform to deliver a structured and flexible education. Thinkful offers programs in web development, data science, and design, with in-person communities in up-and-coming tech hubs around the U.S. To join the Thinkful network visit thinkful.com.\n\nJob Description\n\nThinkful is launching a new Data Engineering program which aims to be the best in-class remote, full-time Data Engineering program offered today. As part of this effort, we're looking for a Data Engineering subject matter expert to join us in executing on our content roadmap for this exciting new program. You'll produce written content, lesson plans including instructor notes and student activity descriptions, presentation decks, assessments, learning objectives and written content, all to support our students as they learn the core skills of  Data Engineering. Your work product will be extremely impactful, as it forms the core asset around which the daily experience of our students will revolve. \n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Consistently deliver content that meets spec and is on time to support our program launch roadmap.\n\n* Create daily lesson plans consisting of \n\n* Presentation decks that instructors use to lecture students on a given learning objective.\n\n* Instructor notes that instructors use alongside \n\n* Activity descriptions — these are notes describing tasks students complete together in order to advance the learning objective in a given lecture.\n\n* Creates curriculum checkpoint content on specific learning objectives. In addition to the in-class experience, our students also spend time reading and completing tasks for a written curriculum hosted on the Thinkful platform. \n\n* Creates code assets to support lesson plans, student activities, and written curriculum content.\n\n* Iterates on deliverables based on user feedback\n\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\n\n* 3+ years of hands-on Data Engineering industry experience \n\n* Demonstrated subject matter expert in Python, SQL, schema design/data modeling, Map Reduce, AWS Tools and technology. \n\n* Great at writing, understands education and educational writing\n\n* Collaborative.You enjoy partnering with people and have excellent project management skills and follow through\n\n* Excellent writing skills. You've got a gift for writing about complicated concepts in a beginner-friendly way. You can produce high-quality prose as well as high-quality presentations.\n\n\n\n\nCompensation and Benefit\n\n\n* Contract position with a collaborative team\n\n* Ability to work remotely with flexible hours \n\n* Access to all available course curriculum for personal use\n\n\n\n* \nMembership to a global community of over 500 Software Engineers, Developers, and Data Scientists and techies who, like you, want to keep their skills sharp and help learners break into the industry.\n\n\n


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\nProject Management Curriculum Writer\n\n\n* Education\n\n* Remote\n\n\n\n\n\n* Contract\n\n\n\n\nWho We Are Thinkful is a new type of school that brings high-growth tech careers to ambitious people everywhere. We provide 1-on-1 learning through our network of industry experts, hiring partners, and online platform to deliver a structured and flexible education. Thinkful offers programs in web development, data science, and design, with in-person communities in up-and-coming tech hubs around the U.S. To join the Thinkful network visit thinkful.com.\n\nJob Description Thinkful is launching a new Technical Project Management program which aims to be the best in-class remote, part-time Technical Project Management program offered today. As part of this effort, we're looking for a Technical Project Management subject matter expert to join us in executing on our content roadmap for this exciting new program. You will be creating the backbone of a new program that propels people from a background in academia and the sciences into an impactful career as Technical Project Manager. You'll produce written content, lesson plans including instructor notes and student activity descriptions, presentation decks, assessments, learning objectives and written content, all to support our students as they learn the core skills of data science. Your work product will be extremely impactful, as it forms the core asset around which the daily experience of our students will revolve. \n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Consistently deliver content that meets spec and is on time to support our program launch roadmap.\n\n* Create daily lesson plans consisting of \n\n* Presentation decks that instructors use to lecture students on a given learning objective.\n\n* Instructor notes that instructors use alongside \n\n* Activity descriptions — these are notes describing tasks students complete together in order to advance the learning objective in a given lecture.\n\n* Creates curriculum checkpoint content on specific learning objectives. In addition to the in-class experience, our students also spend time reading and completing tasks for a written curriculum hosted on the Thinkful platform. \n\n* Creates code assets where necessary to support lesson plans, student activities, and written curriculum content.\n\n* Iterates on deliverables based on user feedback\n\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\n\n* 3+ years of hands-on Technical Project Management industry experience \n\n* Demonstrated subject matter expert in Technical Project Management \n\n* Managing projects using Agile, Kanban and six Sigma methodologies\n\n* Work on multiple projects, all complexity levels, in an environment with changing priorities\n\n* Change management expertise \n\n* Web application development experience \n\n* Running large scale big data projects and or AWS cloud based projects\n\n* Collaborative.You enjoy partnering with people and have excellent project management skills and follow through\n\n* Excellent writing skills. You've got a gift for writing about complicated concepts in a beginner-friendly way. You can produce high-quality prose as well as high-quality presentations.\n\n\n\n\nCompensation and Benefit\n\n\n* Contract position with a collaborative team\n\n* Ability to work remotely with flexible hours \n\n* Access to all available course curriculum for personal use\n\n* Membership to a global community of over 500 Software Engineers, Developers, and Data Scientists who, like you, want to keep their skills sharp and help learners break into the industry\n\n\n


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\nWho We Are \nThinkful is a new type of school that brings high-growth tech careers to ambitious people everywhere. We provide 1-on-1 learning through our network of industry experts, hiring partners, and online platform to deliver a structured and flexible education. Thinkful offers programs in web development, data science, and design, with in-person communities in up-and-coming tech hubs around the U.S. To join the Thinkful network visit thinkful.com. \n\nJob Description \nThinkful wants to improve upon its flagship product line: Engineering Immersion, Engineering Nights and Weekends, and Engineering Flex. As part of this effort, we're looking for a software engineering subject matter expert to join us in executing on our content roadmap for this exciting new program. You will be improving on a proven program that propels people into a new, impactful career in software engineering.  Together with instructional designers, product managers, and Thinkful educators, you'll help define the educational scope and sequence, produce written and video lessons, create coding challenges, and be the expert who guides other experts in shipping product improvements.  \n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Lead the technical analysis of the Engineering Curriculum scope and sequence\n\n* Create a prioritized plan for curriculum improvement\n\n* Design a scaffolded progression of coding challenges to reach existing milestones\n\n* Guide the work of contributing team members implementing the prioritized plan\n\n* Consistently deliver content that meets spec and is on time to support our program launch roadmap.\n\n* Iterates on deliverables based on user feedback\n\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\n\n* 3+ years of hands-on Web Development / Software Engineering industry experience \n\n* 1+ years experience in a bootcamp or other intro to programming course\n\n* Demonstrated subject matter expert in JavaScript, React, Node and Posgres. \n\n* Collaborative.You enjoy partnering with people and have excellent project management skills and follow through\n\n* Excellent writing skills. You've got a gift for writing about complicated concepts in a beginner-friendly way. You can produce high-quality prose as well as high-quality presentations.\n\n\n\n\nCompensation and Benefit\n\n\n* Contract position with a collaborative team\n\n* Ability to work remotely with flexible hours \n\n* Access to all available course curriculum for personal use\n\n* Membership to a global community of over 500 Software Engineers, Developers, and Data Scientists who, like you, want to keep their skills sharp and help learners break into the industry\n\n\n\n\nApply\n\n\n* Please include a link to your published educational work or upload a file of representative work in your application\n\n* Please include a short cover letter explaining your interest in the role\n\n* At this time, we are unable to consider applicants from the following states: CA, WA, NJ, MA, OR. \n\n\n


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Job Description\n\nThinkful is launching a new immersive data analytics program which aims to be the best in-class remote, full-time data science program offered today. As part of this effort, we're looking for a  data analytics subject matter expert to join us in executing on our content roadmap for this exciting new program. You will be creating the backbone of a new program that propels people from into an impactful career as Data Analysts. You'll produce written content, lesson plans including instructor notes and student activity descriptions, presentation decks, code assets, and written content, all to support our students as they learn the core skills of data science. Your work product will be extremely impactful, as it forms the core asset around which the daily experience of our students will revolve. \n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Consistently deliver content that meets spec and is on time to support our program launch roadmap.\n\n* Create daily lesson plans consisting of \n\n* Presentation decks that instructors use to lecture students on a given learning objective.\n\n* Instructor notes that instructors use alongside \n\n* Activity descriptions — these are notes describing tasks students complete together in order to advance the learning objective in a given lecture.\n\n* Creates curriculum checkpoint content on specific learning objectives. In addition to the in-class experience, our students also spend time reading and completing tasks for a written curriculum hosted on the Thinkful platform. \n\n* Creates code assets to support lesson plans, student activities, and written curriculum content.\n\n* Iterates on deliverables based on user feedback\n\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\n\n* 3+ years of hands-on experience as a business analyst, data analyst, research analyst, product analyst, or similar functional role within an organization \n\n* Know the difference between using data to tell stories vs. telling stories about data, and intuitively understand that it is the former that drives business value\n\n* Comfortable collecting, blending, munging, cleaning, and analyzing disparate data sources using tools like Excel, Tableau, and Python\n\n* Collaborative.You enjoy partnering with people and have excellent project management skills and follow through\n\n* Excellent writing skills. You've got a gift for writing about complicated concepts in a beginner-friendly way. You can produce high-quality prose as well as high-quality presentations.\n\n\n\n\nCompensation and Benefit\n\n\n* Contract position with a collaborative team\n\n* Ability to work remotely with flexible hours \n\n* Access to all available course curriculum for personal use\n\n* Membership to a global community of over 500 Software Engineers, Developers, and Data Scientists who, like you, want to keep their skills sharp and help learners break into the industry\n\n\n\n\n


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\nPlease Apply Here\n\nEducation | Remote, USA | Contract\n\nWho We Are Thinkful is a new type of school that brings high-growth tech careers to ambitious people everywhere. We provide 1-on-1 learning through our network of industry experts, hiring partners, and online platform to deliver a structured and flexible education. Thinkful offers programs in web development, data science, and design, with in-person communities in up-and-coming tech hubs around the U.S. To join the Thinkful network visit thinkful.com. Job Description Thinkful is launching a new immersive data science program which aims to be the best in-class remote, full-time data science program offered today. As part of this effort, we're looking for a  data science subject matter expert to join us in executing on our content roadmap for this exciting new program. You will be creating the backbone of a new program that propels people from a background in academia and the sciences into an impactful career as Data Scientists. You'll produce written content, lesson plans including instructor notes and student activity descriptions, presentation decks, code assets, and written content, all to support our students as they learn the core skills of data science. Your work product will be extremely impactful, as it forms the core asset around which the daily experience of our students will revolve.  Responsibilities\n\n\n* Consistently deliver content that meets spec and is on time to support our program launch roadmap\n\n* Create daily lesson plans consisting of \n\n* Presentation decks that instructors use to lecture students on a given learning objective\n\n* Instructor notes that instructors use alongside \n\n* Activity descriptions — these are notes describing tasks students complete together in order to advance the learning objective in a given lecture\n\n* Creates curriculum checkpoint content on specific learning objectives. In addition to the in-class experience, our students also spend time reading and completing tasks for a written curriculum hosted on the Thinkful platform\n\n* Creates code assets to support lesson plans, student activities, and written curriculum content\n\n* Iterates on deliverables based on user feedback\n\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\n\n* 3+ years of hands-on Data Science industry experience \n\n* Demonstrated subject matter expert in stats and probability, programming in Python, Python data science toolkit (comprised of Jupyter notebooks, Pandas, sci-kit-learn), A/B testing, supervised and unsupervised machine learning\n\n* Knowledgeable with Natural Language Processing (NLP), Big Data (Spark, Hadoop), Deep Learning/Machine Learning (keras, tensorflow)\n\n* Collaborative.You enjoy partnering with people and have excellent project management skills and follow through\n\n* Excellent writing skills. You've got a gift for writing about complicated concepts in a beginner-friendly way. You can produce high-quality prose as well as high-quality presentations\n\n\n\n\nCompensation and Benefit\n\n\n* Contract position with a collaborative team\n\n* Ability to work remotely with flexible hours \n\n* Access to all available course curriculum for personal use\n\n* Membership to a global community of over 500 Software Engineers, Developers, and Data Scientists who, like you, want to keep their skills sharp and help learners break into the industry\n\n* At this time, we are unable to consider applicants from the following states: Alaska, Delaware, Idaho, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, West Virginia, and Wyoming\n\n\n\n\n\n\nApply Here:\n\nhttps://hire.withgoogle.com/public/jobs/thinkfulcom/view/P_AAAAAAEAAAxHq8aIGTpRVo?trackingTag=stackOverflow


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\nWho You Are:\n\n\n* Someone with at least 4-5 years of UI-UX design and/or front-end engineering skills. We are looking for individuals unafraid to be thought-leaders in the field.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is always “creating.” This job is all about thinking on your feet and spinning quick and fun activities to demonstrate key concepts. You need to be someone who can dream up a proof of concept idea, pull out a sketchbook, and get to creating!\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who possesses strong writing and communication skills. We write a LOT on our team. If you’re someone who has always wanted to write a textbook on design, UI, or front-end development -- then we may be the place for you.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is a lot of fun! We want learning UI-UX to be exciting, engaging, and a little funny. Imagine an engineering class that feels like a Disney movie. We need fun people to make this a reality.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who has a background in:\n\n\n\n* User Interface Design, User Experience Design, and Interaction Design\n\n* HTML, CSS, and Javascript\n\n* Experience in designing UI for web and mobile\n\n* Proficient in HTML & CSS markup; capable of writing clean, semantic, valid markup and modular, cascading, reusable CSS\n\n* Knowledge of HTML5/CSS3, and cutting-edge web design capabilities\n\n* Wireframe and prototyping\n\n\n\n\n


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\nJob Description:\n\nAre a you seasoned UI-UX designer looking for a new challenge? Do you enjoy teaching, mentoring, and sharing your expertise with others? Then this may be the position for you!\n\nAt Trilogy Education Services, we’re creating innovative programs to train new audiences for careers in the digital economy.We’re looking to develop a new program in UI-UX and are seeking experienced individuals to join our team. If you have extensive experience in UI-UX design and/or front-end engineering then we want to speak with you!


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teaching

 

non tech

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\nJob Description:\n\nAre you passionate about education, software, and making an impact? Do you love learning new things, fixing bugs, and building better code? Then this may be the position for you!\n\nAt Trilogy Education Services, we’re creating innovative programs to train new audiences for careers in the digital economy. If you have strong skills in Full-Stack Development and enjoy resolving issues and maintaining code bases -- this may be the position for you!\n\nWe’re looking for ridiculously focused QA engineers -- capable of keeping our Full-Stack Curriculum working, up-to-date, and the best that it can be. We need people with an eye for spotting issues, a knack for continuous improvement, and a sense of humor to deal with problems that inevitably emerge along the way.\n\nWho You Are:\n\n\n* Someone with at least 2-4 years of real coding and/or QA experience. Self-taught dabblers are encouraged to apply, too! But you need to have demonstrable skills.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who isn’t afraid of GitHub, merge conflicts, or sprint cycles. This job is all about closing issues and creating new ways to improve the curriculum -- one pull request a time.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is well-versed in best software practices and is genuinely passionate about teaching students to code the “right way.” If you’re the type of person who reads a textbook and finds yourself saying: “I could teach this a whole lot better…” then we should talk!\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who possesses strong writing and communication skills. We write as much as we code. As a Curriculum QA Engineer you’ll be responsible for wearing an editor’s hat one day and a coder’s jacket the next.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is a lot of fun! We want learning technology to be exciting, engaging, and a little funny. Imagine an engineering class that feels like a Disney movie. We need fun people to make this a reality.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is well versed in the bulk of the following:\n\n\n\n* HTML / CSS\n\n* JavaScript, jQuery\n\n* Node.js, Express\n\n* MySQL, MongoDB\n\n* Angular, React\n\n* GitHub\n\n* Travis CI (Major Plus)\n\n* Python, Pandas, NumPy (Major Plus)\n\n* Android or iOS Development (Major Plus)\n\n\n\n\n


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Trilogy Education Services


closed

senior

 

engineer

 

edu

 

teaching

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\nAre you passionate about learning new technologies and teaching them to others? Do you love writing, speaking, and storytelling as much as you love coding? Then this may be the position for you!\n\n\nAt Trilogy Education Services, we’re creating innovative programs to train new audiences for careers in the digital economy. If you have strong skills in programming, mobile development, data analytics, UI/UX, networking, or cyber-security, we want to speak with you!\n\n\nWe’re looking for people with passion, a demonstrated ability to learn on their feet, and a desire to escape the cubicle and stretch their creative muscles in new ways. \n\n\nWho You Are:\n\n\n\n* Someone with at least 2-4 years of real coding or design experience. Self-taught dabblers are encouraged to apply, too! But you need to have demonstrable skills.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is always “creating.” This job is all about thinking on your feet and spinning quick and fun activities to demonstrate key concepts. You need to be someone who can dream up a proof of concept idea… then code or create it in a day or two.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who possesses strong writing and communication skills. We write as much as we code. If you’ve always wanted to write teen novellas while staring at for-loops, then you should definitely apply. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is a lot of fun! We want learning technology to be exciting, engaging, and a little funny. Imagine an engineering class that feels like a Disney movie. We need fun people to make this a reality.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is well versed in any number of the following:\n\n\n\n* HTML / CSS \n\n* JavaScript, jQuery\n\n* Node.js, Express\n\n* MySQL, MongoDB\n\n* Angular, React\n\n* Python, Pandas, NumPy\n\n* Android or iOS Development\n\n* UI/UX Design, Accessibility, User Story Mapping\n\n* Ethical Hacking, Kali Linux \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nWhat You Will Do:\n\n\n\n* Dream up and create instructional activities for demonstrating key concepts in your area of expertise (...or ones you will learn to master).\n\n* Write detailed lesson plans to be taught in classrooms across the country.\n\n* Create visual diagrams and annotations to break down abstract technical concepts.\n\n* Collaborate closely to improve and QA the curriculum with academic peers. \n\n* Stay abreast of tech trends to identify and build programs that teach what’s “next” in tech. \n\n* Learn to infuse empathy, support, and encouragement into all educational materials you create.\n\n\n\n\n\nOther Perks:\n\n\n\n* Up to 100% remote work\n\n* Great health, dental, and vision benefits\n\n* Flexible hours\n\n* Nonstop learning\n\n* Great mentors\n\n* Plenty of room for advancement\n\n* Ongoing training and a culture of investing in employee growth\n\n\n


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Organization for Educational Technology and Curriculum


closed

full stack

 

web dev

 

dev

 
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\nOETC is looking for a Full Stack Web Developer to join our Design and Development team. The Design and Development team is responsible for thoughtfully designing, constructing and maintaining the applications through which OETC empowers educational institutions—in particular the OETC store, an e-commerce application that supports the technology purchasing process.\n\nOur Design and Development team is based in the Portland metro area and abroad. OETC offers a flexible work environment with both in-office and remote options. Our primary goal is to hire talented individuals regardless of location, but our secondary goal is to build up our local team.\n\nKey Responsibilities \n\n\n* End-to-end project development: develop, test, deploy, maintain.\n\n* Design and deploy secure, stable and high-performance web services and applications.\n\n\n\n\nBenefits\n\nAt OETC, we foster a personal, team-oriented environment and a culture that values work-life balance. OETC employees enjoy flexible hours; a full benefits package; and paid maternity and paternity leave, sick leave and vacation time.\n\n\n* Health care, including dental, vision, and primary, for employee and family\n\n* Employer contributing retirement—OETC contributes 15% of employee gross salary in SEP IRA\n\n* Disability and life insurance\n\n* Paid maternity and paternity leave\n\n* Monthly internet and phone stipend\n\n* Professional development opportunities\n\n* Employee scholarships for continued education\n\n* Loans to purchase personal technology\n\n* Personalized IT\n\n\n


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Skuid


closed

dev

 

teaching

 
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\nWe are looking for talented individuals with curriculum development and instruction experience for a technical audience in Walnut Creek, CA or Chattanooga, TN.  As part of the User Assistance and Training team, you will be responsible for educating customers, partners, prospects, and employees on how to use and become proficient at Skuid. Your work will include creating new advanced technical courses, updating existing courses, and delivering these courses, as well as supporting documentation creation and review. Skuid’s advanced courses target a highly technical audience. Therefore, we seek a creative and flexible individual with a sense of humor. A person who can render the complex simple. Someone who understands advanced technical subjects and can design learning objectives and materials that are concise, accurate and task-based. If you fit this description, we want to hear from you!\n\n\n* Authors and maintains courses, assessments, and certification exams\n\n* Consults with subject matter experts to determine objectives and gathers information used in the development of courses\n\n* Ensures learning and performance objectives are appropriate to the audience and that the training materials meet the learning and performance objectives\n\n* Delivers the full catalog of Skuid courses via Instructor-Led Training (ILT)\n\n* Presents Skuid product and solution capabilities in a clear and understandable manner to various audiences\n\n* Works on multiple projects concurrently, monitors activity, progress, and time-related to project development\n\n* Collaborates cross-functionally to support product focused learning initiatives\n\n* Focuses continuously on growth of product knowledge\n\n\n


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Simulation Curriculum Corp


closed

dev

 

android

 
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\nThis position is for a 6-8 week contract to localize our existing Android application.\n\nPay is hourly, based on experience. $60-80 USD per hour is our expected range.\n\nYou would be responsible for recommending localization approaches, doing any necessary code refactoring, exporting  strings for localization and importing translated strings files.


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Simulation Curriculum Corp


closed

sys admin

 

dev

 

devops

 

admin

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\n(Please note that we are currently only considering candidates who live in North America.)\n\nThis is a full time position with a dynamic, education-focused software company.\n\nWe make numerous web applications as well as desktop and mobile applications. Our catalog includes: Starry Night (starrynight.com), The Layered Earth (layeredearth.com) and SkySafari (skysafariapp.com).\n\nWe are looking for a superstar System Administrator / DevOps Engineer / Backend Developer to manage day-to-day maintenance, development, server restructuring and service upgrades.\n\nThe position is available via telecommuting, but a candidate based in the Montreal, QC area or Minneapolis, MN may be preferred.\n\nAs the Systems Administrator / DevOps Engineer you would:\n\n- Manage AWS setups including OpsWorks, EC2, CloudFront, Lambda, RDS and others.\n\n- Take care of DNS and other cloud services that Simulation Curriculum uses \n- Build web tools for internal use with PHP/Python/SQL/HTML/CSS/JavaScript \n- Help design and improve our server hierarchy by doing research on different technologies and services that we could utilize\n\n- Remotely manage OS X colocated machines.\n- Assist in improving our current database structure \n- Maintain our existing servers and services \n- Improve our logging and problem detection strategies \n- Write shell scripts to automate some of the server tasks \n- Manage server security and backup\n\n- Assist in testing new software and software updates that rely on back-end services \n- Assist in maintaining our websites and web services \n- Implement new websites/services and suggest improvements where possible


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closed

devops

 

admin

 

engineer

 

sys admin

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\nThis is a full time position with a dynamic, education-focused software company.\n\nWe make numerous web applications as well as desktop and mobile applications. Our catalog includes: Starry Night (starrynight.com), The Layered Earth (layeredearth.com) and SkySafari (skysafariapp.com).\n\nWe are looking for a superstar System Administrator / DevOps Engineer to manage day-to-day maintenance, development, server restructuring and service upgrades.\n\nThe position is available via telecommuting, but a candidate based in the Montreal, QC area or Minneapolis, MN may be preferred.\n\nAs the Systems Administrator / DevOps Engineer you would:\n\n- Manage AWS setups including OpsWorks, EC2, CloudFront, Lambda, RDS and others.\n\n- Take care of DNS and other cloud services that Simulation Curriculum uses \n- Build web tools for internal use with PHP/Python/SQL/HTML/CSS/JavaScript \n- Help design and improve our server hierarchy by doing research on different technologies and services that we could utilize\n\n- Remotely manage OS X colocated machines.\n- Assist in improving our current database structure \n- Maintain our existing servers and services \n- Improve our logging and problem detection strategies \n- Write shell scripts to automate some of the server tasks \n- Manage server security and backup\n\n- Assist in testing new software and software updates that rely on back-end services \n- Assist in maintaining our websites and web services \n- Implement new websites/services and suggest improvements where possible


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Camperoo


closed
San Francisco
 
πŸ’° $40k - $60k

devops

 

exec

 

dev

 

ops

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Camperoo is vertically integrating and including weekend workshops into the mix. These are 2 hour weekend mini-camps that cover topics such as 3D printing, game design, Minecraft modding, jewelry design, and more. \n\nWe're looking for someone that can jump in and teach when needed, train and recruit instructors as well as run operations for weekend workshops and summer camps. The founder of Camperoo owns a technology camp and needs someone to be the lead of that role, managing operations and doing a little marketing and outreach as well.\n\nThis will be a fun operational role with a lot of support from the team! Must love hanging out with kids, technology topics, and be not afraid to learn (and write curriculum) for new topics! There will be some marketing, content writing, and other roles as our team is small and tight knit! \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$40,000 — $60,000/year\n \n\n#Equity\n0.5 - 1.0\n\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco


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Simulation Curriculum Corp


closed

math

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\nWe're creating small, fun, interactive games for learning middle-school level math. We're be using AngluarJS and KonvaJS (formerly KineticJS). We're a small team, and everyone works remotely on (mostly) their own schedules.\n\nThe deadline is tight, so we need someone who can bang out quality JS quickly.\n\nSend your resume and links to any work you've done before, as well as your hourly rate.\n\nThe contract starts immediately and will go until at least mid-July.


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closed

javascript

 

angularjs

 

angularjs

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\nWe're creating small, fun, interactive games for learning middle-school level math. We're be using AngluarJS and KonvaJS (formerly KineticJS). We're a small team, and everyone works remotely on (mostly) their own schedules.\n\nThe deadline is tight, so we need someone who can bang out quality JS quickly.\n\nSend your resume and links to any work you've done before, as well as your hourly rate.\n\nThe contract starts immediately and will go until at least mid-July.


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closed

javascript

 

angularjs

 

angularjs

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\nWe're creating small, fun, interactive games for learning middle-school level math. We're be using AngluarJS and KonvaJS (formerly KineticJS). We're a small team, and everyone works remotely on (mostly) their own schedules.\n\nThe deadline is tight, so we need someone who can bang out quality JS quickly.\n\nSend your resume and links to any work you've done before, as well as your hourly rate.\n\nThe contract starts immediately and will go until at least mid-July.


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