The Remote Instruction Manager will be part of the Web Development Education Department, leading the Remote Instruction team, who deliver lessons to students in TLM’s web development program via live video-conferencing calls. This person will oversee the creation and delivery of original lesson plans aligned with TLM’s web development curriculum, and provide pedagogical guidance and training to instructors. They will also work closely with other team leads to ensure that instructional choices are informed by curricular changes and student performance metrics.
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
- Manage a team of instructors and apprentices in providing live, video instruction and assessment for classrooms across states and classrooms
- Lead the development of replicable, scalable lesson plans and course materials that respond to the needs of incarcerated students
- Identify success metrics for instruction and provide feedback and coaching across all Remote Instruction roles
- Design systems to collect and analyze data about student performance and instructional efficacy and communicate high-level findings across org
- Manage databases of lesson plans and code examples as resources for the Ed Department and as reference for students and facilitators.
- Collaborate across teams to manage and refine program deliverables and coordinate student and facilitator support.
- Maintain a positive and supportive attitude
- Create a consistent and predictable structure for students across all classrooms
- Provide honest and constructive feedback and appropriate encouragement to students and colleagues
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
- 1-3 years of relevant professional experience, which may include classroom teaching, writing technical curriculum, or working in engineering roles
- Intermediate to advanced proficiency with a diverse set of programming languages
- Experience in a teaching or facilitating role in formal or informal educational settings
You are a strong fit for this job if….
- You have experience leading or managing teams in a professional environment
- You have experience with learning or teaching inside the justice system
- You have software engineering experience
- You have strong communication skills with technical and non-technical stakeholders
- Embrace challenges and adopt new responsibilities with creativity, initiative, and self-direction
- You believe that anyone can learn to code
TLM is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and fair chance hiring at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other protected class