At Grand Circus, we train students for jobs in Michigans fastest growing tech companies. We know that anyone can be a developer, so were passionate about educating career transitioners in coding and other skills that lead to high-growth careers. Come make a huge impact with us as our new .NET Core instructor!
What Does An Instructor Do?
Grand Circus instructors help change students' lives by sharing their developer skills and expertise. Instructors work closely with students, Grand Circus teaching assistants, the Director of Learning, and program managers to ensure that students have all of the technical skills they need to be career-ready at the end of their bootcamp. Instructors are responsible for the technical know-how of their students. It is the role of the instructor to help students get the C# and .NET Core skills not just that they will need to truly be successful on the job, but to be enthusiastic contributors to the tech community overall. In action, this means that instructors are responsible for:
So, what are the perks?
There are a lot of wonderful things to say about being a Grand Circus instructor. It's hard to beat the feeling that accompanies alumni reaching out to tell you they landed a great new job because of what you taught them. It's also hard to beat that warm-and-fuzzy feeling that happens when you see it finally click for a student. It also doesn't hurt that you're essentially shaping the minds of an army of newbie developers. Want even more? Check out our careers page, plus...
What Are We Looking For?
We want someone to lead our immersive, day-time bootcamp starting in January. This individual would join us for a 17 week, three day a week contract starting the first full week in January. When it comes to skills, we're looking for a new instructor who
It would be awesome if our new instructor also...
How To Apply:
If this position sounds right for you, we're so excited to meet you! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Immersive .NET Core Instructor - Detroit" and your answers to the following questions: