Posted on February 6th, 2019
Are you a committed developer who loves sharing your knowledge and building confidence in others? Do you want to make code accessible to the world and become a role model for new professionals?
We’re looking for developers like you to craft quality online courses for Java on OpenClassrooms, Europe’s leading online learning platform (over 3 million monthly users). OpenClassrooms’ mission is to make learning accessible. This means showing a wide variety of people that they can code if they have the drive to learn and the quality support they need.
This is where you come in! With the help of our education team, OpenClassrooms teachers:
The courses we plan on creating in collaboration with experts like you include:
You would be the expert behind the creation of one or more of these courses.
Work is flexible and can be done on a freelance basis from anywhere. Above all, it’s rewarding; you’ll continue making a difference in your field and support the developers of tomorrow.
To get an idea of what we can do together, check out these courses on HTML/CSS, Java, and Developing a learning strategy.
If inspiring future developers matters to you and you’re passionate about sharing your experiences, then apply now to make an impact.
Do other opportunities at OpenClassrooms fit your profile?Consider becoming an OpenClassrooms mentor! Both our instructors and our mentors are experts in their field and passionate about education, so don't hesitate to apply as both! While our instructors are involved in content creation, it's our mentors who work with students directly. Follow this link to learn more about mentorship and apply for that role. We also have a small course about becoming an OpenClassrooms mentor.
OpenClassrooms values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
You must be an expert in one or more of the Java subjects scheduled for the courses we would like to create (see the list above).
Please include a cover letter, as well as an additional writing sample (if you have an article, essay, or link to a blog post that you can share, that's perfect; otherwise please include a paragraph explaining a complex concept).
Are you up for the challenge? Apply now via the application form.
Agency calls are not appreciated.