Computer Programming Trainer: Audax Solutions
Who They Are Looking For
They are looking for a high performer to join the Audax training team - someone who will push their organization to a higher level, while also developing themselves personally as a world-class teacher, leader and program designer.
Responsibilities as an Audax trainer includes:
- Teach in a group setting 8 hours per day.
- One-on-one mentorship.
- Design and run tests and experiments to verify and evolve training methods.
- Create tools, policies, and processes.
- Holding trainees accountable and facilitating dismissal when necessary.
While you do not need to be an expert at every role, you will be expected to contribute to multiple high priority initiatives simultaneously - helping the organization evolve and scale while ensuring success for Audax trainees.
Must Haves Qualifications
- Solid Python experience or more than 2 years of experience in 2 or more other programming languages.
- Natural Teacher (e.g. coaching, mentoring, training, teaching, counseling).
- High Performer: extraordinarily dynamic and adaptable high performer, capable of making progress on multiple high-priority tasks in a fast-paced startup environment.
- Communicator: exceptional professional writing and public speaking abilities.
- Change-maker: unconventional thinker with unstoppable initiative; capable of balancing creativity and enthusiasm for change with mission-focus, patience and prioritization.
- Guru: uncommon ability to coach and mentor others with a keen understanding of their strengths, weaknesses, and learning styles.
- Good Person: driven by purpose, passion, constant learning, and the pursuit of a better world.
Other Nice Qualities
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- Understanding of learning science concepts (e.g. curriculum, assessment, integrated learning).
- Demonstrable experience building and managing programs (e.g. education programs, large-scale events, entrepreneurship).
- Experience with Google Docs, Trello, or similar communication and collaboration technologies.
- Experience working with Skype, Slack, Google Hangouts, or other remote communication technologies.
- Experience living and working nationally.
- Some exposure to the world of software development.