Find more meaning in your work. Apply what you’ve learned as a software developer and become an instructor at Tech Elevator.
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At Tech Elevator, our instructors are accomplished software developers that have a passion for sharing their knowledge and expertise with our students. We believe that a great mentor can be the catalyst for successful transformation. As such, our instructors are at the heart of the Tech Elevator experience.
Teaching technical skills and supporting career change is challenging work, but when the students have a great experience and succeed in their transformation, the work is both meaningful and personally rewarding. As a Tech Elevator instructor, you will have the rare opportunity to make a lasting impact on the lives of your students.
Our team is growing quickly (over 40% in the last year) to keep up with the demand for Tech Elevator's coding bootcamp. And, we are just getting started.
If considering a traveling position:
You are willing and able to travel to teach classes at our corporate partners’ locations for set durations. Your location preferences will be taken into consideration for any upcoming deliveries whenever possible. Prior experience with training/instruction is a plus, but not required. If you are passionate about developing others and have a track record of mentoring, we will support you to become a great teacher.
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