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Job Posting: Online Tutors for self-directed web-coding program

February 22, 2016

SFU's Future Savvy coding program is looking for accomplished web developers in HTML, CSS, PHP, Javascript and use of Git, developer tools and other debugging tools to provide online tutoring for self-directed learners.

Competency in any combination of the languages or tools listed above would be considered for the position. Tutoring work is required on an "as needed" basis.


  • demonstrable web development experience (minimum 2 years)
  • excellent communication skills
  • excellent email responsiveness and etiquette
  • experience tutoring or mentoring individuals

Please submit a cover letter indicating why you are interested, a resume, and portfolio of work (i.e. Git repos, online portfolio, sample code, etc.) via email to

Application deadline: March 31 at 6 pm.


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