The job in short
What’s your dream?
You want to make an impact on people’s lives. Not just give training, but really help them to master new skills. You don’t want to limit yourself to just one company, just one country - you want to spread your wings!
You love to “mix & match” a bit: you like coding, but don’t want to get stuck behind a computer all the time, you also love working with people, but don’t want to lose touch with the actual thing you're teaching.
You like great user experience, building solid frontend enterprise applications while making them super intuitive for end-users.
You love to be part of a team of people that work together to make this happen.
Meet the job
A week in your life
Your week is never the same. Sometimes you fly to an exotic place to give a classroom training. Sometimes you sit with senior people from the product- or project team and create new training material. Sometimes you join a project to really get hands-on experience.
One of our trainers wrote a blog, here you can see how his week looked like.
How about you?
You're good at:
● Giving trainings
● AngularJS or Angular6 and RxJS
● CSS, SASS, Bootstrap
It would be extra awesome if you are also good at:
● SDLC, Jenkins, Jira, Maven
● JWT Authentication, RAML
● Making slick presentations
● Have crazy ideas that revolutionise education
● Mix teaching with learning, joining projects and improving the product
What we don't care about:
● Your gender, age, religion, colour of your hair, sexual orientation, etc.;
● Your work experience in Finance: you'll quickly pick up and discover that it's quite fascinating;
● Whether you're an introvert or extrovert: most famous people on stage are introverts anyway;
● Your command of Dutch - we speak English.
What are the next steps?
We’ll be honest: it’s quite a tough interview process. We give people a lot of freedom, but only if we both feel you’re up to it. We look for the right foundation skills, but are mostly interested in the right DNA match and your potential to learn.
1. A recruiter contacts you, explains the job, asks what inspires you and does a pre-check.
2. You get a technical test, a small exercise that you have to code yourself.
3. You hold a remote interview with a trainer, running through your experience, the test and checks the mutual match.
4. An on-site role play. Give a class - we love to see who you really are instead of how you look on paper. Attendees will also include somebody from professional services as we promote job rotation.
5. Final interview with head of training and VP academy. After that, we'll agree on a contract.