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Code School Office
Code School Office
Code School Office
Code School Office
Code School Office

Positions

Interested in creating the best way to start learning C# and .NET? We are looking for a talented .NET teacher and developer at Code School who can adopt our unique teaching processes in order to create C# and .NET courses to help other developers grow their skills. This senior position on our content team will create course outlines, build sample applications for teaching, create slides, and write code challenges in order to create the optimal experience for learning C# and .NET in a web browser. Experience working with C# and .NET to produce web sites/applications is a plus, especially Mono. Experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is also a plus.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of how to teach and plan courses with course content outlines.
  • Organize content logically and create visual teaching resources.
  • Write code challenges to support content and challenge students.
  • Teach and clearly present information on camera.
  • Receive feedback from the team and work with our content editors to create the best way to learn C# and .NET.
  • Support a course through beta testing and launch, helping keep the course error-free.

The Ideal Candidate

  • Has professional experience building web sites, RESTful web services and software applications with .NET (C#, ASP) or a .NET framework such as Mono.
  • Has experience teaching technical topics, especially for beginners - this includes conference talks.
  • Has experience creating screencasts (please include a screencast sample with your resume if you have examples of your work).
  • Is interested in spending a lot of time creating the best content to start learning a new technology.
  • Has a wide variety of topics they’re interested in and capable of teaching, in addition to C# and .NET.
  • Has an interest in cognitive science and teaching principles.
  • Is hard working, kind, and open to feedback.
  • Lives in Orlando or is willing to relocate (must be permitted to work in the US).
  • No remote positions available.

To Apply

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume, screencast and/or presentation samples (if you have them), and a compelling email to jobs@codeschool.com describing how your skills and experience meet the posted qualifications and how your goals make you a good candidate for this position.

Interested in creating the best way to start learning Python? We are looking for a talented Python teacher and developer at Code School who can adopt our unique teaching processes in order to create Python courses to help other developers grow their skills. This senior position on our content team will create course outlines, build sample applications for teaching, create slides, and write code challenges in order to create the optimal experience for learning Python in a web browser. Experience working with Python to produce web sites/applications a plus. Knowledge of JavaScript and PHP is also a plus, but not required.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of how to teach and plan courses with course content outlines.
  • Organize content logically and create visual teaching resources (using Keynote).
  • Write code challenges to support content and challenge students.
  • Teach and clearly present information on camera.
  • Receive feedback from the team and work with our content editors to make content the best it can be.
  • Support a course through beta testing and launch, helping keep the course error-free.

The Ideal Candidate

  • Has professional experience building web sites/apps with Python and/or a Python framework (like Django).
  • Has experience teaching technical topics, especially for beginners - this includes conference talks.
  • Has experience creating screencasts (please include a screencast sample with your resume if you have examples of your work).
  • Is interested in spending a lot of time creating the best content to start learning a new technology.
  • Has a wide variety of topics they’re interested in and capable of teaching, in addition to Python.
  • Has an interest in cognitive science and teaching principles.
  • Is hard working, kind, and open to feedback.
  • Lives in Orlando or is willing to relocate (must be permitted to work in the US).
  • No remote positions available.

To Apply

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume, screencast and/or presentation samples (if you have them), and a compelling email to jobs@codeschool.com describing how your skills and experience meet the posted qualifications and how your goals make you a good candidate for this position.

Interested in managing campaigns and reaching a global audience? Code School is seeking a marketing project manager to help plan and manage our campaigns and marketing communication.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage and produce Code School campaigns and organize marketing initiatives.
  • Work with the marketing director to set goals and ensure deadlines are met.
  • Facilitate communication across all teams and promote marketing priorities.
  • Support team happiness through problem solving and helpful communication.
  • Communicate project priorities and look ahead to future planning.
  • Help establish management standards and create organizational systems as needed.
  • Contribute to external communication strategy and creative concepts.

The Ideal Candidate

  • Has dynamic communication skills that can help a team determine next steps.
  • Can anticipate risks and preemptively create a clear plan.
  • Is comfortable leading meetings and providing team accountability.
  • Enjoys quick-paced, ever-changing production flows.
  • Has at least three years experience in related fields. Agency experience a plus.
  • Has experience with Basecamp, Google Docs, and other tools for organizational management.

To Apply

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume and a compelling email to jobs@codeschool.com describing how your skills and experience meet the posted qualifications and how your goals make you a good candidate for this position.

Location

Our office is located at the GAI Building in Downtown Orlando.

Environment

We enjoy coming to work. In addition to the wonderful people and the product we get to work with, we enjoy espresso from our coffee bar, office snacks, Ping-Pong, catered lunches on Fridays, yoga, bootcamp workouts, back massages, Super Smash Bros., and Whiskey and Wine Wednesdays (for those interested).

We also get together once a month as a team to socialize and celebrate together. Some of our past events include Whirlyball, laser tag, the Orlando Science Center Crosby Observatory, and our annual trip to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival.

Gear

We make sure our team has the equipment they need. Receive a laptop, required software, standing desk, 24" screen with desk mount, desk chair, laptop stand, wireless external keyboard, mouse, and everything needed to do your best work and feel comfortable in your workspace.

Benefits

Icing on the cake. Our benefits include:

  • 100% Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage for you and your entire family.
  • Payment for one national conference and one local conference per year.
  • 401k with company matching.
  • Open vacation policy and 10 paid holidays.
  • Flexible work schedule - option to work from home Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • Monthly fitness reimbursement to incentivize healthy living.
  • One betterment day per month - work on anything that makes you better!

Ethics

We value transparency and excellence. We’re open about company strategy and annual goals, as well as profits and priorities. Join us in creating the best way to start learning a new technology online.

Contact

Need to get in touch? Contact jobs@codeschool.com!