Are you a hobbyist coder or developer, or a coding bootcamp graduate that wants to develop their skills by helping others?
Perhaps you have recently graduated from a computer science course and are looking for your first job?
Or are you an experienced developer looking for an entirely new and rewarding challenge?
Do you already work in education but are looking for a refreshing new approach to skills delivery?
Are you also looking for a job where you'll be able to explore your talent for helping others to enjoy coding, and where your input can have a life-changing impact on those you work with?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, perhaps you can help our client break the cycle of crime by teaching prisoners computer programming.
We are currently recruiting for a motivated self-starter to join a small team, where your work will have a direct impact on the lives of the people you work with.
Candidates must have knowledge of computer coding and its uses, and ideally have some experience of supporting vulnerable groups or current and ex-offenders to improve employability skills, motivation, and resilience, though this is not essential.
A degree, or other qualification, in Computer Science would also be desirable.
The Education Network is committed to Safer Recruitment and recruits to Compliance+ standards. Any appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check in addition to other safeguarding checks. The Education Network is an equal opportunities employer. The Education Network is acting as a recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy.
Due to the expected high-volume of applications we receive only short-listed candidates will be contacted within 3 days.