Computer Science & Technology Coach
$100,000 USD/year Pay is set based on global value, not the local market. Most roles = hourly rate x 40 hrs x 50 weeks ($50 USD/hour)

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Are you a Computer Science expert bursting with excitement about the latest technological advancements? Do you possess the unique ability to connect with young minds and fuel their passion for learning? If so, Alpha, a revolutionary school committed to empowering students and accelerating their academic growth, is looking for a dynamic and innovative individual to join our team.

At Alpha, we believe in transforming education by teaching essential academic content twice as fast, freeing up valuable time for life skills and extracurricular activities. You will have the incredible opportunity to inspire and educate students from Kindergarten to 8th grade through a series of interactive, engaging, and enjoyable workshops that you will design and lead.

We are seeking a candidate who not only loves working with kids but also possesses a deep understanding of the latest developments in technology. Your workshops will cover various cutting-edge areas, including AI, self-driving cars, VR, AR, drones, and more. To make the virtual learning experience as hands-on as possible, you will have access to tangible props like robots, enabling students to explore these concepts firsthand.

Why choose Alpha?

  • Competitive pay - we believe you shouldn't take a pay cut to work in education
  • Growth and learning culture - we model the growth & learning we expect our students to embrace, so you'll receive coaching, training, and opportunities for leadership
  • AI-First Culture - we embrace the power of generative AI to enhance and assist with daily tasks

If you are passionate about empowering young minds, fostering a love for computer science and technology, and creating transformative educational experiences, join Alpha!

What you will be doing

  • Designing and delivering engaging virtual CS workshops covering AI, self-driving cars, VR, AR, drones, etc.
  • Adapting workshops based on student feedback and needs, fostering a personalized learning experience.
  • Creating rigorous, challenging assessments that measure student achievements and test specific skills.
  • Staying up to date with the latest technology developments and integrating them into the workshop curriculum

What you will NOT be doing

  • Following a rigid standardized curriculum without room for creativity and innovation.
  • Struggling with outdated technology and insufficient resources for teaching and learning.

Key responsibilities

Designing and delivering interactive workshops that teach Computer Science and Technology skills to K-8 students.

Candidate requirements

  • A degree in Computer Science or a related field
  • Up-to-date knowledge and understanding of emerging technology trends and advancements (AI/ML, VR/AR, BRI, Robotics, etc.)
  • A personal portfolio of technology projects that demonstrates your passion and commitment to going above and beyond course requirements
  • Experience teaching Computer Science concepts to others as a peer mentor, teacher's assistant, academic aide, tutor, or similar
  • Proficient in written and spoken English
  • Available to lead live virtual sessions between 11 am - 4 pm US Central Time on weekdays (other work hours may be scheduled at your discretion)

Nice to have

  • Experience working with elementary or middle school-aged children as a coach, mentor, camp counselor, or tutor
  • Proven expertise in designing curriculum or training plans
  • Knowledge of project-based learning concepts
How it works

Applying for a role? Here’s what to expect.

We’ve curated a series of steps that take the guesswork (and cognitive bias) out of recruiting the best person.

Pass Cognitive Aptitude Test.

Pass Cognitive Aptitude Test.

Pass English Proficiency Test.

Pass English Proficiency Test.

Prove Real-World Job Skills.

Prove Real-World Job Skills.

Ace An Interview Or Two.

Ace An Interview Or Two.

Accept Job Offer.

Accept Job Offer.



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