Python Dev Virtual Lecturer (m/f/d) Remote

DCI - Digital Career Institute gGmbH

Your Tasks

We are looking for a virtual lecturer (m/f/d) for our Python Development courses germany-wide.

    • You teach the contents of our curriculum to your students comfortably from home

    • Our curriculum includes the following back-end technologies:

      • Python

      • Django

      • Employability Skills and Event Sessions

    • You create appealing content, lessons, exercises and mini-projects for our Python development courses and so you stay up to date

    • You motivate and empower your students from all over the world in the career-preparatory development process up to the successful graduation

Your Skills

  • You are a passionate programmer and want to share your knowledge

  • You already have several years experience in Python and Django

  • Ideally, you already have some experience in teaching, tutorials, private lessons or as a consultant

  • You have a very good English Skills, German is a plus

  • Experience in Cloud Computing, JavaScript, React or HTML is nice to have

Your Benefits

  • A lot of responsibility and creative freedom in a dynamic learning environment with a startup atmosphere in a regionally growing company.

  • Collaboration with an international team that values diversity, humor, team spirit and mutual support and appreciation.

  • Intensive onboarding and development opportunities through regular feedback, training and coaching.

  • Be part of a valuable mission and responsible task, because through education we offer people a perspective.

  • Various team events and parties (also virtual), employee discounts (corporate benefits) and free sports activities also welcome you.


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