[rtCamp] WordPress Trainer @ rtCamp

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๐Ÿ’ผ Company
www.rtcamp.com
๐ŸŒ Location
Remote
๐Ÿ—ƒ๏ธ Category
Engineering
โŒ› Commitment
Full-time
๐Ÿ’ผ Experience
Mid-level (3-4 years)
๐Ÿ“ Description

Key Responsibilities

You will be responsible for students in a batch size of 10-20. Each batch has a duration of three calendar months and involves the following:

  • Conducting online training and course delivery
  • Help students learn WordPress development aimed at enterprise-grade
  • Keeping course content updatedย 
  • Grading student programming assignments including code review

Apart from the above classroom activities, you will be encouraged to participate in the fresher hiring process.

Must Haves

  • A learning outlook is a must. We expect you to not just teach but be open-minded about learning new things with WordPress from your colleagues.
  • You must have WordPress development experience yourself. As WordPress keeps evolving, you should be able to learn new things yourself. You donโ€™t need to know everything in WordPress but should know enough to guide trainees.
  • Some kind of training/workshop conducting experience either in academics or at conferences like WordCamp (in person and online).ย 
  • Develop innovative and easy-to-understand training materials, logistics and tools.

Good to Have

  • A personal blog/site. Itโ€™s ok even if itโ€™s not up to date.
  • Prior experience teaching online either via live video calls or using recorded videos.ย 
  • Any experience in instructional design. Prior experience as an educator. This being a teaching position; you should present topics with passion, knowledge and empathy towards trainees.

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