Jam Coding Ltd Surrey
Do you want to make a difference to young people in our local community?
Have you got the drive, enthusiasm and energy to inspire children to learn life-changing skills?
Do you understand the importance of a proper digital education for young people?
If so, we would love to hear from you.
Jam Coding deliver outstanding computing and coding workshops to young people in the region. We are passionate about helping children to use and explore technology in a positive and constructive way. We have an exciting opportunity to join our team working 15-20 hours per week delivering Computing and Coding After School Workshops in schools within the Surrey Area.
Full training will be given to the successful applicant to enable them to deliver outstanding and rewarding computing and coding workshops in a variety of formats. You do not need extensive prior knowledge in this area.
The ideal candidate should have:
* A positive attitude to helping young people succeed through teamwork, confidence building and exploration.
* A sound general knowledge of IT/Computers (Full training given)
* Must have a teaching qualification or teaching assisting qualification, experience of teaching or training young people (or be working towards.)
* An excellent communicator who is well organised and punctual.
All candidates will need a DBS qualification to work within this job role. This can be ascertained on behalf of the successful candidate. Candidates must be able to drive to fulfil this role.
Following responsibilities are also included as part of the role.
* Work with new Primary Schools to introduce our services into them.
* Manage bookings with Primary Schools
* Assist with recruitment and selection of teaching staff
As a part of the jobrole you will have the opportunity to be paid performance commission. This would give the successful candidate the ability to earn up to £25,000+ per year OTE.
We are passionate about inspiring young people to use technology for positive benefits helping them to understand the endless possibilities and opportunities that computational thinking and skills represent.
We are positive role models for the learners we teach giving them safe, well-structured sessions to explore learning opportunities within a number of areas of digital. This includes animation, coding, robotics and much more.
We are currently recruiting for a part time member of staff working 15 hours per week. Please contact us for more information.
To apply please submit a CV or covering letter with an overview of your experience relevant to the role.
Part-time hours: 15-20 per week
Expected start date: May 2021
Job Types: Part-time, Permanent
Salary: £15 – £25 per hour
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