You’re the world’s best Java programmer. If you could be cloned, the world would be a better place! Well, here’s your chance. Teach a new generation of developers your world-class skills - without giving up your day job.
Bloom Institute of Technology (BloomTech) is looking for part-time Java professionals to teach in an immersive, live, online classroom. You will set your own schedule, choosing the weekly classes that work for your life.
You will impart the technical and soft skills that made your own career successful. BloomTech is committed to the success of our students, to the extent that they don’t pay tuition until they secure a job. This unparalleled commitment to employability requires the best instructors to prepare them.
BloomTech is committed to building a diverse team of staff and instructors where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued. Therefore, we welcome a diverse pool of applicants, including those from historically marginalized groups and non-traditional backgrounds who can appreciate the diverse student communities we serve.
If you’re passionate about Java and ready to share your top-notch skills, apply today!
Pass on your technical expertise to build Java developers ready to start new careers.
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