Teaching digital literacy,  logic & programming languages


Full time


As an organization we are driven by technology & our primary focus has been to train persons with disabilities (PWD’s) on digital literacy, design, computer programming & software testing  



We’re hiring a candidate with a strong computer science background and a passion for inclusive tech education


You will be responsible for:

● Evaluation and Assessment: Conduct comprehensive evaluations to assess the digital literacy of individuals through standardized tests, observations, and assessments.
● Curriculum Development: Develop/update a digital literacy curriculum that accommodates the unique learning styles and needs of the students.
● Classroom Instruction: Conduct engaging sessions, ensuring that the content is delivered in a way that is accessible and understandable to students.
● Individualized Support: Provide one-on-one support and guidance to students who require additional assistance in grasping concepts.
● Adaptation of Materials: Modify educational materials and resources to suit the requirements of students.
● Review: Develop appropriate assessment methods to evaluate students’ progress and adapt teaching strategies as needed.
● Progress Monitoring: Regularly assess and document student’s progress. Assist in addressing behavioral difficulties constructively and contribute to fostering a positive and safe classroom environment.
● Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate and up-to-date student records, including evaluation reports, progress notes, and reviews.
● Collaboration: Work closely with special education professionals and other staff to create an inclusive learning environment


The ideal candidate would have:


  • BSc Computer Science / Or any other equivalent degree in computer science
  • 0-1 year of experience as a programmer, technology educator / trainer
  • In-depth understanding of computer science and digital literacy concepts.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills to effectively interact with students.
  • Flexibility to adapt intervention plans based on individual students’ needs and adjust strategies as necessary.
  • Strong organizational abilities to manage caseloads, maintain accurate records, and prioritize tasks effectively.

A few extra good-to-have skills

  • If you have worked for a non-profit/NGO/start-up before
  • If  you have prior experience of training in the field of software programming & testing 

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