Online Coding Teacher Remote , Part-Time (Must reside in US)

Coco Coders is an online coding school for children aged 6-12. We inspire kids to learn the language of the future through creatively themed coding lessons online, through our certified computing curriculum, teaching them core coding principles and how to apply these to real world settings.

We’re looking for US teachers who can encourage our students to collaborate with each other, be creative, and help shape the thinkers of tomorrow.

The role_

Our teachers are positive and energetic individuals, who come from a range of backgrounds and experience levels, but the one thing they have in common is they are all passionate about teaching. Lessons last around 60 minutes and all lesson plans are provided, created by our internal team. This is a contractor position.


You should apply if you_

  • Are infectiously enthusiastic, ready to inspire children
  • Have an interest in technology and coding
  • Are technologically proficient
  • Are confident working with children aged 6-12
  • Are able to break down complicated subjects into easy to understand concepts
  • Are adaptable and able to think on your feet
  • You currently live in the United States

Other desirable, but not essential skills_

  • Coding knowledge or a computer science qualification
  • Special educational needs and disability experience
  • Teaching qualification / experience within classroom setting
  • Knowledge of lesson delivery
  • Online tutoring / teaching experience


Why Work for Cypher?_

  • Earn upwards of $24/hr
  • Flexible working hours to suit your schedule month to month
  • Online Teachers can work from anywhere in the US with a good internet connection
  • Acquire transferable skills such as public speaking, problem solving, teaching theory, how to deliver a lesson, giving feedback
  • Improve your technical coding skills & learn new coding languages
  • Be part of a growing Edtech business that’s shaping the future
  • Our CEO was listed in the top 30 female founders by the Financial Times