Web Development Trainer Fellowship
Contract Period: August 1 - October 31
Technology is changing the way the world responds to crisis - and Re:Coded is at the center of it all. We are a fast-growing humanitarian innovation startup that is preparing refugees and vulnerable youth in conflict affected areas with fundamental coding skills and professional experience that together create access to careers in technology.
Re:Coded runs a signature coding bootcamp for refugees, displaced youth and local community members - the first of its kind in Iraq and Turkey. We provide technical training to extraordinary human beings who would not otherwise have access to first-rate materials, mentorships, and job opportunities. We believe in the strength of diversity, the beauty of code, and the power of education. We believe that learning is a lifelong pursuit, the doors of which should be closed to no one.
Our trainers must be extremely knowledgeable in their field of expertise and possess solid technical aptitude. Additionally, we expect you to be an excellent communicator and be able to explain complex subjects in a clear and interesting way.
The position will be for a fixed term of minimum 2 months or maximum 3 months between August and October 2018.
- Develop materials to support and facilitate our online curriculum in an interesting and clear way
- Help our fellows with coding assignments and projects
- Provide 1:1 support to our fellows
- Do tests and evaluations to make sure the training is effective, and track student performance
- Coach fellows through the product development life-cycle throughout their client apprenticeships.
- Experience with third-party libraries and APIs
- Solid understanding of the full development life cycle
- Understanding of design principles and interface guidelines
- Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git
- Completion of the Flatiron School web development curriculum is an asset
- Teaching experience, or, in its absence, strong organizational and lesson-planning skills are of paramount importance
- An interest in the MENA region or in refugee / conflict related issues is preferred
- A competitive monthly fellowship stipend commensurate with experience.
- Airfare to facilitate getting to the fellowship location.
- Assistance in securing housing and settling into the local community.
- A range of training and growth opportunities for further professional development.
- A once in a lifetime opportunity to meet amazing people, influence countless lives, and leave your mark on the global effort to combat the largest humanitarian crisis since WWII.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you believe you'd be a great fit for the role along with a CV by July 20. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Applications without a CV or cover letter will not be considered.