Tuts+ Is Looking for a New Code Course Producer!
We’re looking for a new Course Producer to drive the content direction of Tuts+ Code Courses, working with a great team of regular instructors to produce videos on a range of web development topics. People love to teach! It's a highly rewarding experience being able to help them do that and as a result allow people to learn new skills and take on new opportunities.
As part of the Tuts+ Editorial Team, you'll have the flexibility of working at home to your own schedule, while working among a team of instructors and editors across timezones. You'll be setting the direction, managing people and projects and keeping an eye on consistency and quality of our video content.
The role will require you to work 40 hours per week. You may also have the opportunity to contribute your own courses as an instructor outside of this.
What We're Looking For
The ideal person to fill this rewarding, flexible role would be involved in the web development industry and enjoy keeping up-to-date with the latest trends. You have a background as a web developer or have been learning web development. You enjoy managing projects and working with others to achieve outcomes.
It's likely that you'll have:
- Interest and experience in the web development industry.
- Ability to work independently and effectively within a remote team environment.
- High level of communication and project management skills.
- Ability to solve problems and learn new things as needed.
It's a great bonus if you have:
- Experience with screencasting and / or video production.
- Familiar with HTML, Markdown and GitHub.
Interested? Here's How to Apply
We're hoping to get the process moving fairly quickly with this role. So if you're thinking of applying please do so by Friday, January 30th (or sooner if possible!). If you have any further questions about this role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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