Holberton is a software engineering school with a mission to empower motivated and talented people, regardless of background, age, experience, or financial ability, to succeed in their dream career. We are driven by a passion to enable people all over the world from all walks of life to learn how to code.
Holberton School is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of a developing and expanding society in a highly advanced technological community. Our mission is to provide learners with the skills and technical knowledge needed for initial employment in entry-level positions. The institution is committed to preparing students academically and professionally to meet the constantly changing employment requirements needed to be successful in a career in software engineering.
Holberton has decided to take an innovative approach to educate its students for a career in software engineering. We do this by focusing on and engaging our students in project-based and peer learning. As a result, students will develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, project management, time management, researching information, goal setting and learn how to prioritize. Thus, providing our graduates with the academic, cognitive, and professional skills necessary for career advancement.
Holberton School Tulsa opened in 2020 in partnership with the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Although Holberton Tulsa has not had a graduating class yet, graduates at other Holberton schools have gone on to work for LinkedIn, Google, Tesla, Docker, Apple, Dropbox, Facebook, Pinterest, Genentech, IBM, and more.
Job Title: Software Engineer/Education Facilitator
Location: Oklahoma (local and possibility to work remotely)
Holberton School offers a unique culture and environment consisting of enriching and rewarding work as well as career growth, all in the context of a collaborative community. In this role, you will have the opportunity to be part of a highly motivated team where constant idea development, skill acquisition, and knowledge sharing are foundational. At Holberton School, people are inspired.
This role is a critical position for the academic programs at Holberton and the person selected will be an expert in their subject area. The person fulfilling this role must be an effective classroom/student manager with the ability to be adaptable to a variety of situations and to relate well to students, other faculty, and the administration of the school. This person must also believe in and follow the mission and educational objectives of the school, maintain strong attention to the school policies and procedures, and always maintain a professional attitude. People fulfilling this role are expected to follow regulatory body standards and must serve as examples to their students by modeling appropriate workplace skills, language, attire, and other employer expectations in their students chosen career training area.
Minimally, the individual shall meet at least one of the following qualifications:
The aforementioned requirements could be overridden if the school presents comprehensive, evidence-based documentation that the applicant has met other requirements sufficient to provide adequate instruction in the subjects being taught, as approved by the Board. A person may be “conditionally” hired under this provision and will not be considered an employee or be able to work in the compacity instructor until OBPVS approves/recognizes the applicant as meeting the Board’s faculty requirements. After Board recognition, the applicant’s status will change from conditionally hired to employed.
Individuals fulfilling this position are required to maintain professional development. Documentation providing proof of professional development must be provided to the Executive Director and a copy will be maintained in the respective employee’s employment file. Professional development actives need to occur minimally, twice a year. Acceptable activities include but are not limited to the following activities.
In-service training is provided to individuals fulfilling this position to enhance their skills in developing and using electronically delivered, online, or other forms of distance education. Holberton provides its employees with access to webinars, training sessions, whitepapers, and a collection of professional educational materials to keep abreast of current trends, developments, techniques, research, and experimentation. Employees must attend a minimum of one (1) inservice training per year. Proof of attendance and/or training must be provided to the Executive Director. A copy of the documentation will be maintained in the respective employee’s employment file.
Holberton offers a unique culture and environment consisting of enriching and rewarding work as well as career growth, all in the context of a collaborative community. In this role, you will have the opportunity to be part of a highly motivated team where constant idea development, skill acquisition, and knowledge sharing are foundational. At Holberton, people are inspired and aspire to do great work every day.