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Anticipated timeframe Jan 4 th – Feb 1 st , 2021. Approx. 120 hours needed total. Hours are expected to be 30 hours per week @ $26/hr.
- Assist the lead instructor with teaching web development and is prepared to teach sections of the course in the event the lead instructor is absent
- Help the lead instructor with assigning and managing daily learning breakout groups
- Understand student group and individual needs and assign tutors accordingly
- Manage and answer daily help tickets during learning sessions and project sessions
- Track student academic performance and engage with students to help them successfully complete their training and work with the TAs to assign additional tutoring or modify the support hours to meet students needs
- Support students with building group projects in class, and completing individual projects
- Review and grade student assignments, including pre/post assessments & capstone projects
- Assist the lead instructor with designing assignment and updating curriculum
- Mastery of full stack web (React, Node/Express), Postgres, Sequelize, and mobile technologies
- Mastery of Git and industry GitHub workflows
- Experience teaching or learning in an online environment
- Familiarity with security, Heroku/Surge, and Docker
- Prior experience working as a teaching assistant in CUNY or a Bootcamp
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Jan 06, 2021 (Or Until Filled)