We work with passionate and diverse individuals who want to use their skills for good - inspiring and training the next generation of coders!
Every girl, woman, non-binary and gender-diverse person should have access to accessible coding education.
In closing the gap on education, social and financial disadvantage.
In asking questions, ignoring assumptions and tackling gender-based stereotypes.
In making decisions that have our community's best interests in mind.
We love bringing like-minded people together to share experiences, knowledge and stories in a supportive and inclusive space.
Celebrating our differences and championing those who experience gender stereotypes is what drives us. We are proud that our team is made up of talented people from a diversity of backgrounds and experiences.
Our team culture is made stronger by the diverse backgrounds and experiences we share.
We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, age, family structure, socio-economic status, religion (or lack thereof), or programming language preference. If your knowledge, experience and/or skills are a valuable addition to the team’s culture, then we can’t wait to get to know you.
A small and mighty team, we enjoy a range of perks for our hard work! These include:
Working a 4-day week and flexibly as we know life doesn't always fit around working hours.
Working remotely, but you can also find some of us at The Commons, a B Certified co-working space in Richmond.
Phased return to work if you’ve been away for a while.
Attending a speaking gig, online learning or enrolling on a CLG coding course for free (usually valued at $1500 each).
The opportunity to own a share in the company through our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).
Purchasing extra leave in the year to take extra time off.
Nominating a wish-list of your favourite treats so we know how to celebrate and surprise you with a letterbox gift or treat when you least expect it (eg. an experience, a book voucher, donuts or a day off - just cos).
We're on the hunt for a web developer with a minimum of 3 years' experience to join us as a nurturing tutor early next year. In this full time role, you'll mentor, support and cultivate a positive learning experience to empower our students to become career-ready in the tech industry. If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you!
Read the full job description and hit 'Apply' when you're ready!
Applications close on Monday 31 October at 5pm (AEST).
Want to be part of building a better world and driving gender diversity in tech in Australia?