Front-End Development Instructor (Part-Time)

  • St. Louis, MO
  • Part-time

Company Description

DESIGNATION is a full-time, full-immersion, full-stack design bootcamp. Over 12 weeks, students learn digital design, front-end development and user experience (UX), and build their portfolios by working with live clients on real world projects.

Job Description

You love front-end development, HTML/CSS/JS, and have a lot of experience in it. You are a design-driven front-end developer by day, but you would love to teach aspiring front-end development students the power of good design and how to interact with developers as a designer. The Front-End Development Instructor role is an evening part-time position, with 6pm - 9pm lectures three times per month, as well as a Saturday workshop and office hours.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach front-end development to students (8 classes/month); you would teach DESIGNATION's proprietary design curriculum, but would be able to add your own flavors to the content

  • Mentor students and provide feedback in-person and via email

  • Connect job-ready students with any potential opportunities; interface with the student job placement program

  • Contribute to improving the front-end development curriculum
  • Contribute front-end development thought leadership articles to the DESIGNATION blog, and speak or host workshops/events throughout the year

Qualifications

  • 4+ years industry experience

  • You are a working professional with a passion for front-end development and user-centered design; you have a ton of experiences and insights to share with aspiring students who want to break into the front-end development field

  • You love technology, and are committed to helping people understand the principles of front-end development as it pertains to web and mobile design

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Educational background is a plus, but not a requirement

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.