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Who We Are

theCoderSchool is an after-school drop-off program for kids learning to code. We provide a fun, energetic, and inspirational environment to bring out that inner hacker in all kids! The future will be ever more dependent on technology so let's get our young generation ready. Learn to Code, Change the World.

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theCoderSchool is looking for passionate Code Coaches to teach our next generation how to change the world! You will meet incredible kids, teach them how to code - and how to think like a coder - and be rewarded with an amazing experience. This is a part-time position for anywhere from 2-15 hours/week (same times weekly), depending on your schedule and availability. These hours can generally be sometime between 3-8pm weekdays or late morning on weekends.


A Code Coach is a mentor who teaches kids how to code. At theCoderSchool, we have three basic teaching styles - your assignment will depend on schedule, ability, and desire.

  1. Private and Semi-Private Tutoring. One-on-one or one-on-two coding lessons for kids. Younger kids will be taught in Scratch or Snap, while older kids gravitate towards Python/Javascript or other advanced languages like Java, C++. The kids will generally create apps that you decide with them, and generally follow our curriculums.

  2. App Team. Our more experienced Code Coaches will manage a team of kids who will collaborate to create a complex app together. Requirements, design, iterations - similar to a real development but with more fun team challenges and activities mixed in.

  3. Code Class. Traditional curriculum based classes with a larger student to teacher ratio, where all students follow a set specific curriculum.

This position rocks because you will:

• Meet, mentor, and grow amazing kids who are ready to be our next generation of coders!

• Meet and communicate with parents - many of whom will be techies themselves, who work at some of the best companies and startups in the Bay Area.

• Give back to the community and help grow our next generation by sharing your knowledge of technology

• Have the flexibility to teach what you're most comfortable with, and learn new things along the way


What do we want from you? Read on.

• PASSION. All caps! This is all about giving back to the kids. We need to see goose bumps when your student ROCKS a code challenge.

• Great Communicator. There will be plenty of chatting with parents, and of course patience is a virtue when it comes to kids!

• Street Cred. Our college-level Code Coaches will have Comp Sci or Engineering or similar major at a nearby accredited school. Our Veteran Code Coaches will have relevant industry experience.

• Coding Skills. Strong grasp of general technologies, proficient coder and uber-logical thinker. General knowledge of popular languages with hands on skills in a few is required - Javascript, Python, HTML/CSS, Java, C++ are most helpful. Deep technical skills aren't required - we prefer you communicate well and find answers along with students than know everything upfront.

Job Types: Part-time,

Salary: $17.00 to $20.00 /hour

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After School Matters provides Chicago high school teens with high quality, after-school and summer opportunities to explore and develop their talents while gaining critical skills for work, college and beyond. Since 1991, more than 200,000 teens have participated in our hands-on, project-based after-school and summer programs in the arts, communications and leadership, sports and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Programs take place at locations throughout the city including Chicago public high schools, Chicago Park District and Chicago Public Library locations, community organizations, downtown at the Gallery 37 Center for the Arts, in Belmont Cragin at our new Michael and Karyn Lutz Center for After School Matters, and in the Pullman community at the new Gately Center for After School Matters. For more information, visit

Summary of Position:

After School Matters is seeking temporary, part-time instructors to teach its ComEd Youth Ambassadors programs during the summer session for 15 to 30 high school participants between the ages of 14 to 20.  The typical schedule for summer is as follows:

Summer 2021: 6 weeks, daily Monday through Thursday or Friday (based upon the program model), four instructional hours per day. Additional hours are allotted for planning, recruitment, professional development and meetings. (NOTE: Summer 2021 programs may run remotely or in a hybrid version.)

Instructors will design and deliver an energy program for youth.  The program will empower high school teens to become experts and advocates of efficient energy use in their communities.  Teens will lead and design outreach activities with instructor support, thereby gaining critical leadership, youth voice, and community engagement skills.  Teens will also attend career panels with scientists, engineers, and industry leaders that work in the energy field throughout Chicago.

ComEd Youth Ambassadors Primary Focus: Teens will learn about ComEd’s smart grid, the installation and use of smart meters across the city of Chicago, and ComEd’s energy efficiency and sustainability programs. In addition, teens will learn about beneficial electrification as they explore ways to reduce or eliminate fossil fuels using electricity to power devices.

The optimal candidate will have a passion and skill for science, technology, engineering, math and youth development. 


  • Design and implement an engaging and hands-on energy management curriculum that emphasizes community engagement and is based on After School Matters program guidelines.

  • Organize and plan community outreach opportunities with youth to raise awareness of energy management.

  • Intentionally support critical youth development skills, including leadership development; community building; real-world and experiential learning; public speaking; youth voice and agency.

  • Guide student outreach presentations towards a culminating event at the end of the program.

  • Provide instruction in, and lead teen participants though, inquiry-based discovery methods, including but not limited to, Instructor demonstrations, hands-on activities, research, oral presentations, etc.

  • Establish and maintain a rigorous and cooperative learning environment where students flourish taking in account varied learning strategies and best practices that address diverse abilities and backgrounds

  • Throughout the session, build multiple STEM projects with students through a collaborative, integrative approach

  • Intentionally expose teen participants to the varied STEM professions

  • Attend all planning and program dates, including: Instructor orientation, professional development workshops, meetings and other required sessions

  • Participate in the recruitment, interview, and selection process of participants

  • Maintain a safe, engaging, and positive environment for program participants

  • Provide supervision during program field trips and other youth engagement opportunities

  • Manage and track program activities such as attendance, interview outcomes, enrollment, evaluation surveys, and pertinent student records in an online data tracking system (CitySpan).

  • Report all problems or concerns and program updates to After School Matters Program Specialist to maintain consistent lines of communication throughout the program session


  • Bachelor’s degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math; preferred but not required

  • Content area knowledge in energy, physics, engineering, math, or a related field

  • Experience working with issues of energy management and conservation

  • Experience planning and organizing outreach events

  • Demonstrated ability to teach formal and informal technique in one of the relevant disciplines in group settings with a minimum class of 15 students

  • Be knowledgeable of the relationship between Science, Technology, Engineering and Math and real-world experiences

  • Broad knowledge of relevant STEM terms and definitions

  • Enthusiastic about STEM and teaching through an integrative model

  • Experience working with groups of people (teenagers and adults)

  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

  • Must be organized and possess a strong attention to detail

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • 15 to 30 teen participants

Physical Demands:

The physical demands here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds occasionally.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to weather conditions.

  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

How to Apply:

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After School Matters is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, military discharge status, age, marital status, parental status, or source of income.

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*Please be local to the Orlando, FL area*

We are seeking an experienced audio engineer to join our education team as a full time instructor! Must have experience in Pro Tools, Logic, and audio technology for studio and live applications as your primary focus is instructing this to the next generation of audio engineering professionals.

No teaching experience needed! We will train! We are hiring during the COVID-19 pandemic!


  • Instructing Pro Tools, Logic, and a variety of software plug-ins

  • Teaching practical hands on methods for using mixing consoles, patchbays, microphones, wireless systems, and outboard gear

  • Focus student creativity to achieve high quality results with class audio projects

  • Inspire and support students as they progress through our audio program

  • Contribute to the fine tuning of curriculum with the rest of the education team

  • Create a safe, supportive, creative, and engaging environment for students


  • 3+ Years of field related experience is required per state and accreditation requirements

  • 2+ years of working experience with Pro Tools, and Logic

  • Studio and/or live production experience with mixing consoles, microphones, and patchbays

  • Strong understanding of a variety of audio production types: studio recording/mixing (multiple genres), live music, corporate A/V, and commercial installation

  • Passionate about inspiring, mentoring, and helping others learn

  • Strong discipline and focus with leading small groups

  • Working experience with IT and networking (Dante, AVB, etc.) is a plus!

  • Knowledge of Canvas (LMS) software is a really big plus!

  • Prior teaching experience is the biggest plus!

  • Must be comfortable teaching classes in person with a mask/face covering on for long periods of time

*Relocation expenses are not offered - please be local to the Orlando, FL area!

** Compensation is based on instructional experience

***Candidates still in school or recently graduated will not be considered for this position.

Company Description

F.I.R.S.T. Institute is a Entertainment and Digital Media School offering education for in Recording Arts, Digital Filmmaking, Graphic Design and Web Development. Join our team of creative professionals and take your career to the next level. Submit your resume today!

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Cornell College is hiring instructors to teach segments of undergraduate-level courses in Electrical and Computer Engineering in intensive, two-week-long periods for Beihua University students in Jilin, China. The courses are taught in English. Because of COVID-19, these courses are currently being taught by delivering 20 hours of asynchronous video and 5 hours of synchronous voice chat. Ordinarily these courses are taught at Beihua University in Jilin, China. When taught in China, two sections of a given course are taught concurrently and each section meets for two hours every weekday for the two-week period.

Our teaching needs include courses in Mobile Applications Software, Embedded Systems, and Multimedia Communications Technology to be delivered during May and June each year. Our teaching needs also include Digital Signal Processing, Optical Communication technology, and Wireless Sensor Networks, to be taught in October and November each year. We seek candidates who are committed to excellence in undergraduate teaching. We will prefer candidates who have earned a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering or a closely related discipline; candidates who are ABD or have Masters' or significant professional experience will also be seriously considered. This position requires excellent spoken English.

Cornell College is a selective liberal arts college distinguished by our Ingenuity curriculum that builds on the strengths of our One Course At A Time schedule. This combination encourages the qualities of being thoughtful, original, and inventive, using the strengths of a liberal arts education to apply ideas to solve problems and meet challenges through hands-on experience in learning. Academic immersion, real world experience requirements through Ingenuity in Action, 19 division III NCAA athletic teams, and unparalleled flexibility attract an ambitious student body from 45 states and 13 foreign countries.

External endorsements include selection as one of the original Colleges That Change Lives, a U.S. News Top 100 liberal arts college, a Kiplinger's best value in liberal arts colleges, and one of only 290 U.S. colleges with a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Founded in 1853, Cornell's picturesque hilltop campus contains a mix of historic and modern facilities, ranging from the majestic King Chapel to the newly constructed Russell Science Center. We are located in Mount Vernon, Iowa, an urban fringe community recognized by Frommer's as one of "America's Coolest Small Towns" andlocated in the heart of theICR Iowaregion.

Cornell College is committed to fostering a faculty and staff community that reflects its diverse student body. We encourage applications from candidates who share our vision for a campus that embraces differing backgrounds, viewpoints, and identities. We believe in the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion that serve to enrich and strengthen our campus community.

All qualified and interested applicants must submit a cover letter, vita, statement of teaching philosophy, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable; official transcripts are needed prior to employment) and a list of references through Cornell's online application system.

Applications will be reviewed as received and continue until the position is filled.

Please direct any questions regarding the application or search process to Search Committee Chair, Dr. Kara Beauchamp, Associate Dean, Beihua University Partnership,

Cornell is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from underrepresented groups. Cornell complies with Iowa's Smoke-Free Air Act. Cornell utilizes E-Verify and requires satisfactory completion of a background check.

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Engineering Instructor - Top Snipe/Gas Turbine 

Full Time – Position Open Now 

San Diego, CA 

Prevailance provides high value professional services to a cost-conscious world. We help our clients visualize their future, Simplify their challenges, Maximize their profitability, and Sustain their long term success. 

We are seeking an experienced Gas Turbine instructor for employment at the Zumwalt Training Facility. This is a highly visible and challenging position at one of the most advanced engineering learning facilities in the world. In addition to teaching all DDG 1000 bound officers, chiefs and crew, you will also serve as the assistant site manager for Prevailance activities at the ZTF and Surface Warfare Engineering Schools Command, San Diego. 


ü Three years’ technical experience in DDG/CG platforms 

ü Three years’ experience in a military training environment. 

ü Note: Can run concurrently (Waiverable) 


ü Preferred candidate will possess 9502 NEC, graduate of the Navy Instructor Training Course (CIN: A-012-0077) (NEC 9502) or equivalent instructor training course  

ü (Desired)Be familiar with Navy course curriculum, technical training equipment, technical training devices, including, electronic podiums, AECs, PTCs, video teaching and teleconference (VTT) instructor podium, and equipment as applicable 

ü (Waiverable) Be familiar with appropriate learning databases as required (e.g., CeTARS, Content Planning Module (CPM), Authoring, etc.)  

ü Familiar with a variety of presentation, delivery method, testing and remediation procedures, curriculum, training aids, devices, electronic podiums, technical training equipment (TTE), lab equipment, and equipment operation and maintenance procedures 

Courses of Instruction  

ü Engineering Console Operator (CIN TBD)  

ü Engineering Systems Coordinator (SYS-CONSL-0001)  

ü Auxiliary Systems Overview (ENG-AUX-0001)  

ü Auxiliary Systems Operator (ENG-AUX-0002)  

ü Auxiliary Systems Maintenance (ENG-AUX-0003)  

ü Ship Control System (SCS) (ENG-C2-0001)  

ü DDG 10000 Familiarization (HM&E) (COR-SHPSYS-0001) 

Security Clearance Required: SECRET 


Prevailance, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, pregnancy, genetic information, citizenship status, marital status or any other consideration prohibited by law or contract. Prevailance, Inc. participates in E-Verify and is VEVRAA Compliant.

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Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Accepting Applications

* Engineering Academy Instructor: Closes 4/8/21

* Technology Support Specialist: Closes 4/8/21

* Computer Science Academy Math & Science Instructor: Closes 4/15/21

* Programming & Software Development Instructor: Closes: 4/15/21

* Assistant Director Information Technology Services: Closes 4/21/21

* Part-time Evening Administrator: Closes 4/21/21

Positions close at noon CST on closing date. Select the following link for extended job description and to complete online application with district. Application must be submitted online with the district in order to be considered for position:

Francis Tuttle offers a comprehensive benefit package for full-time employment to include paid health and dental insurance and 100% contribution into the Oklahoma Teachers Retirement System.

Only candidates of interest will be contacted. EOE

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Seeking Engineering Instructors: Summer 2021

In person college credit Engineering course on the campus of Mount Holyoke College

EXPLO Pre-College and Career is hiring summer Lead Engineering Instructors as a part of our academic summer enrichment program for students in grades 10-12 located on the campus of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. This is an exceptional opportunity to join a world class program that is designed to live at the intersection of academics and the future of work.

You will be provided with a highly engaging, experientially based Engineering curriculum that has been designed with a group of top experts in the field, yet is still open enough for you to make your mark. This is active learning at its best. If you are someone with significant experience in Engineering, are an advanced graduate student, have already earned a terminal degree, or currently teach high school or college, we are interested in connecting. EXPLO is renowned for the support it provides its instructors and teaching fellows, so if you dont have a lot of teaching, but you know Engineering and you are open to professional coaching and keen on improving your craft, this could be a position for you.

Youll be on campus during the summer and will work with one or more teaching fellows, visiting faculty, guest speakers, and experts . This is an excellent opportunity to extend your professional network while working with bright and curious students.

About EXPLO Pre-College + Career

EXPLO Pre-College + Career offers 8 unique Concentrations in subjects areas such as Psychology + Neuroscience and Medical Rotations. Each program is two weeks in length and is a 9a to 5p intensive look at the subject with a particular focus on emerging work and scholarship in the field as well as career opportunities in the field. Each Concentration is built around a partnership between EXPLO and a leading practitioner, academic, organization, or business. A few recent examples are:

  • Surgical Interventions + Biomedical Engineering students will participate in a tissue engineering lab challenge designed in partnership with Dr. Glenn Gaudette, Dean of Engineering at Boston College.

  • Crime Scene Investigation + Forensic Science students will walk the scene of a real cold case with Sheryl McCullom of the the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute in Atlanta, GA.

The Engineering Concentration

Our Engineering Concentration is designed to help students see real-world problems and confidently imagine their potential solutions, as an engineer does. The key to doing this is helping students learn the process of engineering, that is, the systematic application of math and science in order to design, build, and test solutions to problems. To that end, the curriculum is subdivided into a set of engineering challenges. The particulars of each challenge expose students to a new and important field of engineering -- software, mechanical, electrical -- but the engineering process is at the core of each. By repeating this process across a variety of sub-disciplines, students will begin to see its power.

The engineering challenges are centered around several technologies: fuel cells, solar panels, air rockets, hovercrafts, and wind turbines. The culminating challenge is an AI-enabled self-driving car prototype. The car will use deep learning to navigate real-world conditions such as avoiding obstacles, obeying traffic signals, or yielding to pedestrians. The challenge primarily includes elements of mechanical, electrical, and software engineering. The car is raspberry Pi powered, mounted on an existing RC car body, and outfitted with a single camera.

EXPLO is an equal opportunity employer. We have a clear vision: to be an organization that attracts a diverse mix of talented people to come and do their best work. We are building a team that values diversity, equity, and inclusion.

EXPLO, as a part of the Exploration School, does not discriminate on the basis of physical handicap, sex, race, creed, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions, scholarships, or other social programs. It affords all students the rights and privileges that are generally made available at the School.

Please click here to learn more about our programs and policies.


  • Recent and significant professional or academic experience in Engineering

  • A graduate degree in the Engineering or a related field

  • Available to work on campus for the duration of the concentration (minimum of 2 weeks, maximum of 6).

  • Functional knowledge of the programming language Python is preferred


For interested candidates who are not local to the South Hadley, Massachusetts area, summer housing and meals are available. Compensation is competitive.

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Engineering Instructor –Electrical Systems 

Full Time – Position Open Now  

San Diego, CA  

Prevailance provides high value professional services to a cost-conscious world. We help our clients visualize their future,
simplify their challenges, maximize their profitability, and sustain their long term success.  

We are seeking an experienced Electrical Instructor for employment at the Zumwalt Training Facility. This is a highly visible and challenging position at one of the most advanced engineering learning facilities in the world. You will have the distinct honor of teaching all DDG 1000 bound officers, chiefs and crew.  


ü Three years’ technical experience in DDG/CG platforms  

ü Three years’ experience in a military training environment.  

ü Note: Can run concurrently (Waiverable)  


ü Preferred candidate will possess 9502 NEC, graduate of the Navy Instructor Training Course (CIN: A-012-0077) (NEC 9502) or equivalent instructor training course  

ü (Desired) Be familiar with Navy course curriculum, technical training equipment, technical training devices, including, electronic podiums, AECs, PTCs, video teaching and teleconference (VTT) instructor podium, and equipment as applicable  

ü (Waiverable) Be familiar with appropriate learning databases as required (e.g., CeTARS, Content Planning Module (CPM), Authoring, etc.)  

ü Familiar with a variety of presentation, delivery method, testing and remediation procedures, curriculum, training aids, devices, electronic podiums, technical training equipment (TTE), lab equipment, and equipment operation and maintenance procedures  

Courses of Instruction   

Ø Engineering Console Operator (CIN TBD)  

Ø Engineering Systems Coordinator (SYS-CONSL-0001) 

Ø Electrical System Operations – Journeyman (ENG-ELEC-0003) 

Ø Integrated Power System (IPS) Overview (ENG-ELEC-0004) 

Ø Integrated Power System (IPS) Operations and Maintenance (ENG-IPS-0002) 

Ø Integrated Power System (IPS) Operations – Journeyman (ENG-IPS-0003) 

Ø Engineering Drill Team Events (EDCT Leveraging) 

Ø DDG 10000 Familiarization (HM&E) (COR-SHPSYS-0001)  

Security Clearance Required: SECRET  

Prevailance, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, pregnancy, genetic information, citizenship status, marital status or any other consideration prohibited by law or contract. Prevailance, Inc. participates in E-Verify and is VEVRAA Compliant. 

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The Lead Instructor position at Codesmith is a unique opportunity to take on an impactful leadership role in a fast-paced and mission-driven technology startup. If you thrive in an innovative work culture, have a passion for teaching and mentorship, and are excited by the idea of helping students achieve their software engineering goals, then this role is right for you.

We want someone to come into our team and lead the instruction of our Software Engineering Immersive program. This position is an exciting opportunity to make a direct and influential impact on the students in our program, ultimately changing their career paths for the better.

Codesmith is the top-ranked coding school in the US with the highest independently verified outcomes for graduates and graduates working in engineering roles at Google, Amazon, Facebook, and more. We are launching diverse new formats for learning online and in-person and are innovators in education. At Codesmith you will be constantly surprised at how quickly a good idea can be turned actionable, and how supportive a team environment can be. The essence of being part of the Codesmith team is understanding deeply where you’re going and then having the creative freedom to get you there.

Codesmith was built to enable people to have the skills to make the impact they want, to do so at a high level of excellence, yet remain accessible and supportive of each other. Our four key company values emulate this:

Execution and ownership is about strengthening the impact of our programs and products and using our own skills to the best of our abilities to do so. Collaboration and community means, even as we focus on execution, we remain a supportive community where it feels good to be achieving excellence because we’re doing it with others. Thoughtful communication is the glue that links Execution & Ownership and Collaboration & Community together. It is both a value and skill that needs to be nurtured. Aspiration for all is the notion that when your work exemplifies these values, there is no limit to the impact you can have within the company, team, and your career.

What you’ll do

  • Take ownership of student excellence and aspiration to ensure Codesmith continues to produce the highest achieving and most impactful community of engineers in the country

  • Provide technical mentorship and lectures to students throughout the Codesmith program on intermediate and advanced topics in software engineering and team-based engineering best practices

  • Actively contribute to Codesmith’s engineering projects and codebase built in React/Node/SQL and AWS

  • Provide ongoing development of lectures and instruction at Codesmith

  • Communicate closely with the Director of Instruction and Curriculum, CEO & COO on curriculum, academic, cultural, and engineering developments

  • Work with Codesmith team to train and mentor Codesmith Engineering Fellows and Lead Technical Mentors (LTMs)

  • Creatively develop and iterate on core Codesmith program and education platform to achieve exceptional outcomes for graduates

You'll be a good fit if you:

  • Have a depth of knowledge and understanding in the following programming languages and tools: Javascript, React, Redux, HTML5, CSS3, Node, Express,Postgresql

  • Exemplify comfort and confidence delivering engaging presentations/lectures - particularly when it comes to complex technical information

  • Understand Codesmith’s values and core pedagogy/culture

  • Have the ability to inspire people through Codesmith’s core values: Execution & Ownership, Collaboration & Community, Thoughtful Communication and Aspiration for All

  • Have the ability to explain complex concepts in a clear manner

  • Provide authority, credibility, and empathy in your communication

  • Are ready to manage and guide in an academic capacity

  • Have a love for software development and passion for growing careers of a diverse new generation of software engineers

Nice to have but not required:

  • 2+ years of working as a professional software engineer

  • Worked with students and/or in an academic or educational setting

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Experience creating curriculum content

  • Experience teaching in an immersive “bootcamp” type of environment

At Codesmith, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and team members without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our team members is critical to our success as an educational company, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

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Columbus Technical College is seeking an individual to serve as an adjunct Instructor for our Pre-Engineering Program. This individual will be responsible for general supervision, preparation of lesson plans for classroom and lab instruction. This position also requires evaluation of student progress in attaining goals and objectives; attend staff development training, workshops, seminars, and conferences, and ensure all safety and security requirements are met in trainings. This is a part-time/exempt position.

Please note the following information regarding this position:

a) May be required to teach high school students

b) May require teaching on or off campus throughout our service delivery area (Muscogee County, Stewart County, Quitman County, Chattahoochee County, Harris County, and Talbot County)

c) May require travel


  • Instruct students in Pre-Engineering skill areas;

  • Following state standards in the development of program and course instructional outlines, goals and objectives;

  • Developing daily lesson plans;

  • Evaluating and recording students’ progress in attaining goals and objectives’;

  • Incorporating work ethics into the student culture;

  • Maintaining accurate and timely attendance, grade, and program related records;

  • Developing teaching methods to improve instruction and to meet different student learning styles;

  • When needed meeting with students, staff members and other educators to discuss students’ instructional programs and other issues impacting the progress of students;

  • Ensuring safety and security requirements and instruction are met in the lab training areas;

  • Maintaining equipment with planned periodic service and maintenance;

  • Requesting and maintaining supplies, tools, and equipment, and help preparing budget requests

  • Assisting in developing goals and objectives for program improvement and to maintain industry standards

  • Delivering administrative requests in a timely manner

  • Assisting with recruitment, retention, and job placement efforts

  • Assisting with developing and maintaining an Engineering Technology advisory committee

  • Completing other duties as assigned

  • A working knowledge of CAD and SolidWorks software

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products

  • Excellent management and organizational skills

  • Strong oral and written communication skills

  • Able to work flexible hours

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in Engineering from an accredited institution in one or more of the following: Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and/or Electrical Engineering.

  • Must have at least (3) three years of in-field, full-time work experience in mechanical, industrial, and/or electrical engineering.

  • ·Must have working knowledge of CAD and SolidWorks software

Preferred Qualifications

  • Professional Engineer, P.E., license


Pay rate is commensurate with education and experience, no benefits.

Application Deadline

Applications accepted until filled. Applicants must submit a Columbus Technical College employment application online at: and upload a cover letter, resume and copy of transcript(s) at time of application (Incomplete submissions will not be considered). **Please note: All references will be checked prior to employment offer. Post offer requirements will include a criminal background check and motor vehicle records check. **

Employment Policy

The Technical College System of Georgia and its constituent Technical Colleges do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era, spouse of military member or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). This nondiscrimination policy encompasses the operation of all technical college-administered programs, programs financed by the federal government including any Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) Title I financed programs, educational programs and activities, including admissions, scholarships and loans, student life, and athletics. It also encompasses the recruitment and employment of personnel and contracting for goods and services.

The Technical College System of Georgia and its colleges shall promote the realization of equal opportunity through a positive continuing program of specific practices. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies for Columbus Technical College: Henry Gross, Title IX Coordinator, at 706.649.1883 and Olive Vidal-Kendall, Section 504 Coordinator, at 706.649.1442.




Company Description

Columbus Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, is a two-year public college which offers programs and services that support student and community success through the attainment of associate degrees, diplomas, technical certificates of credit, customized training, continuing, and adult education. The College supports the economic empowerment of its six-county region by focusing on teaching and learning and developing a globally competitive workforce. We provide traditional, distance learning, and training experiences for career development and transfer.

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A special mission college within the Massachusetts state university system

Part-time Instructors

Diesel Lab Instructor/Electrical Lab Machines Instructor/Auxiliary Machines Lab Instructor/ Machine Shop Lab Instructor / Electronics Lab Instructor

Posting:    August 2020       Revised

Deadline for application:  Open until filled

Contract Date:  01 September 2020 through 11 December 2020 (Fall Semester 2020)

Please note, these are non-benefitted, temporary/contract positions 

General Note: The fundamental duties of the part-time lab instructor will be to assist, support and complement the full-time lab instructor during all of the scheduled lab periods. All of the following labs practice the theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom and allow the student to develop the requisite practical hands-on skill sets needed in the field.

Diesel/Auxiliary Machines/ Machine Shop Lab Instructor:  Diesel Lab Instructor should possess demonstrated theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on ability in the design, operation, maintenance, assembly, disassembly and troubleshooting of Westerbeke 40 series four-stroke engines and Detroit 71 series two-stroke engines.  Auxiliary Machines lab instructor should possess demonstrated and practical hands-on ability of auxiliary power plant essential equipment including pumps, heat exchangers, valves and pneumatic controls.  Must be able to use tools and disassemble, reassemble and start-up engine and / or pumps within lab period. Machine Shop Lab Instructor should possess the ability to set-up, properly operate and instruct students on how to safely use a manual metal lathe. Any CNC experience is a plus. 

Electrical Machines Lab Instructor:  Electrical Machines Lab Instructor must demonstrate theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on ability in AC & DC electrical circuits.  Understand electrical fundamentals, AC & DC motors & generators and distribution systems.  Analyze & perform basic electrical load calculations, power factor correction and the ability to parallel generators.  

Refrigeration Lab Instructor:  Demonstrated theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on ability in the design and operation of refrigeration systems. Must possess at a minimum, a Universal Refrigeration Recovery License. The assistant lab instructor will instruct students in charging, evacuating, troubleshooting and performing system diagnostics of refrigeration systems using several different types of refrigerant gases. 

Electronics Lab Instructor:  Demonstrated working knowledge and hands-on experience reading schematics, building electronic circuit boards, soldering, testing and troubleshooting basic electronic circuits. The lab instructor must possess the ability to supervise and perform structured lab exercises. This position may require the lab instructor to work independently of the full-time assigned course instructor.

Other routine duties associated with each job posting shown above may be either added or removed depending on the needs or demands of the associated lab.


  •  Minimum of 6 years of proven and prior industry experience within each lab discipline

  • A 2 year or 4 year engineering degree, USCG active or inactive engineering license, Commonwealth of MA State issued license, Professional Certification, or prior teaching would be a plus, but is not required.

Financial Compensation:  This position is for part-time employment and will be compensated at an hourly rate of $29.00/hr.

Application Deadline: Open until filled. Please provide a comprehensive resume and cover letter. The review of cover letter and resume will begin immediately. Cover letter and resume materials may be attached, and sent electronically to  Alternatively, submit application materials by USPS to:  Human Resources Department, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, 101 Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532.  The finalist must complete a CORI. 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strongly encourage members from historically underrepresented communities, women and veterans to apply.

Company Description

MMA is a fully accredited, four-year, co-educational state university offering Bachelor and Master of Science degrees that are highly regarded in the worldwide maritime industry and beyond. Located at the mouth of the scenic Cape Cod Canal, MMA is an hour’s drive from the thriving urban communities of Boston and Providence and offers easy access to the pristine beaches of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.

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