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Curriculum Developer

Coding Dojo, Inc.

This is a Full-time position in Seattle, WA posted April 30, 2021.

Coding Dojo is an industry-leading coding bootcamp whose flagship program is unmatched: we teach 3 full stacks in 3 months— a mixture of which can include Python, MEAN, MERN, Rails, C#, or Java.

This position is a rare opportunity to join a rapidly growing start-up and make a positive impact in many people’s lives.

At Coding Dojo we pride ourselves on possessing a culture of execution that caters to wave makers rather than wave riders.

If you’re interested in joining a diverse and dynamic team who value speed, continuous improvement, measurement, focus, accountability, and always attacking the gap, you’ll feel right at home at Coding Dojo.

The curriculum developer role with Coding Dojo is a new full-time position that is designed with our students’ outcomes in mind.

The ideal candidate comes with a passion for web development and education with impeccable writing & grammar skills.

On top of that, you have a knack for recording & producing videos or it’s a skill you want to grow, you pride yourself on creating high quality content for all learning types, you create & follow processes where necessary, and most importantly, you are aligned with Coding Dojo’s mission to transform lives through programming literacy.

Keep assigned curriculum up to date on the latest best practices while following strict version control Make large-scale improvements to improve overall student experience Address multiple learning styles creatively through the curriculum Follow the Coding Dojo curriculum guidelines Uphold the process of tracking and prioritization of curriculum changes Teach your curriculum changes to understand what is successful and what is not When possible, attend both technical and teaching conferences to ensure we are providing the best content Perform extensive research on the stacks we are teaching to make sure we are promoting best practices and covering the most important content for today’s web development world Lead Coding Dojo instruction staff in stack-specific curriculum meetings to deliver updates as well as exchange ideas and collect feedback.

Report changes effectively throughout instruction staff and oversee the results of those changes Occasionally create / research new curriculum for B2B contracts Create new curriculum plans for new course offerings Influence the development of curriculum editing processes for future versions of the Learn Platform Address curriculum errors reported by students May include teaching & supporting 1 Online Part-Time Flex cohort 8.0+ NPS score per assigned curriculum Less than 10% Drop Rate per assigned curriculum Less than 20 outstanding Reported Mistakes per assigned curriculum
1.5+ years teaching experience in Coding Dojo, or relevant external teaching and curriculum development experience with a focus on web development technologies Bachelor’s degree, in addition to one (1) year of relevant work experience within the past ten (10) years Associates degree, in addition to two (2) years of relevant work experience within the past ten (10) years Secondary education certificate of completion, in addition to four (4) years of relevant work experience within the past ten (10) years
We’d Love To Work With You If:
You are passionate about learning, helping others, and making a positive impact in the world.

Your energy will be an important driver for the success of our students and staff.

We want you to inspire!

You are a highly-motivated, results-driven individual with leadership skills who can guide our students and staff You have formal teaching and curriculum development experience, especially in web development, or have trained web developers Management, mentorship, and/or coaching experience is a big plus!

You have excellent leadership and communication skills
To Apply:
Along with your CV, provide a sample of curriculum you’ve produced: the higher the quality, the better