At Flatiron School, we're changing education. Since 2012, we've been teaching amazing people how to code and helping them find jobs. We give incredible people the tools to do what they love for a living, and match companies with hires who will do amazing work, take great pride in their craft and view their work as a chance to grow more.
Lead Instructors at Flatiron School must love teaching. We make it a mission to seek out teachers who can infect, infuse and inspire with passion, wisdom, positivity, and humor. They show students how to love what they do, and how to better love who they are.
As a Lead Instructor, you will work directly with students as they work through the material, and with fellow Instructors to develop and deliver course material, troubleshoot student issues, build community within our student body, and overall create productive, inspired, employable practitioners of a technical craft.
The Lead Instructor will:
Build for scale by planning, writing, and delivering lectures in accordance with the progress and pace of the class.
Pilot our experimental efforts in curriculum and pedagogical style pursuing our collective unending quest to provide the best experience and most positive outcomes.
Develop and lead student project sprints throughout the semester.
Prepare your own lectures but anticipating last minutes changes based on the class' progress and learning goals
Use feedback from students gathered via class surveys to greatly exceed the minimum bar.
Integrate feedback from team members on progress of class to set pacing and determine tactical interventions.
Qualifications for Lead Instructor:
Professional experience as both a teacher and a data scientist
Strong Knowledge in Data Science, Data Analytics, R, Python, Etc
Strong Knowledge in Statistics, Mathematics and Machine Learning
Strong communication skills, and great judgement about what communications to use in a particular situation or on a particular medium
Service orientation: You're delighted to help people succeed, whether that's your colleagues at Flatiron School, or the students you're teaching
The ability to work cross-functionally with a variety of colleagues, from curriculum writers to engineers and designers
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