Part Time Front-End Web Development Instructor- OC

General Assembly, Los Angeles

The world evolves at the speed of tech. You and your business should, too.

In this 10-week part-time course, students learn to code, speak the language and implement their own designs by learning HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. We are looking for instructor to lead this transformative experience through General Assembly’s part-time Front-End Web Development course at our Orange County campus (Eureka Building in Irvine)

Skills and Qualifications

  • You are eager to shape the skills, minds, and trajectories of eager General Assembly Students.
  • You are the person that your colleagues naturally gravitate to when they are trying to figure something out.
  • You have at least 3 years of experience in Front-end Web Development.
  • You have understanding in the following topics: HTML/CSS (strong/expert understanding) and JavaScript/jQuery (intermediate understanding).
  • Nice to have: UX design experience.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties

  • Teach two, 3-hour part-time classes per week, for 10 weeks.
  • Work alongside GA staff and teaching team to best meet the needs and learning styles of your students.
  • Guide students through development of a stellar final project that translates business logic into pixel perfect website.
  • Facilitate a dynamic and collaborative classroom community.
  • Assist students outside of class as necessary.

Who Are We?

General Assembly is a venture-backed, NYC-based startup focusing on education for individuals and enterprises in the areas of technology, design, and entrepreneurship. We currently have physical classrooms in 15 cities across 4 continents, with tens of thousands of students coming through our doors.


About General Assembly

Who We Are General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specializing in today’s most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing, and career transitions, we foster a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love. What began as a co-working space in 2011 has since grown into a global learning experience with campuses in 20 cities and over 35,000 graduates worldwide. As individuals and companies struggle to compete in an increasingly technological economy, General Assembly provides award-winning, dynamic training to close the global skills gap.

Want to learn more about General Assembly? Visit General Assembly's website.