Help educate the next generation at Atomi
Atomi creates super engaging online video courses for students, teachers and schools across the globe. Our products are used by tens of thousands of students, teachers and administrators every day and we’re growing rapidly. This is an incredible opportunity to get involved at the growth phase as we expand internationally, be part of a world class team and work on a product that makes a genuine impact.
Jump on board with the team and help us make an interactive video courses for high school students. You’ll join an A-grade team and work together on creating courses and have fun making the video lessons quickly. This is a big challenge and we want to unlock the potential of young, bright students and give you the chance to work on a project at the scale that most companies won’t provide at this age. You’ll have a real opportunity to show off your intelligence, skills and ambitions before you’ve even escaped university. What’s more, we’ll have a lot of fun doing it!
This is a part time position and work hours are very flexible around university and study obligations. We require a minimum of 15 hours a week, but are happy for you to work more if you’ve got the time. You’ll be joining a young, energetic and sharp team in our office in Ultimo, right next to Broadway shopping centre, and only 10 minutes walk from Central Station.
You are the cream of the crop of new high-school graduates and received a score that placed you comfortably in the top 0.5% of students.
You know your subject inside and out and you’re not afraid about the prospect of your voice being played to kids all over the world or even make a sneaky appearance in front of the camera every now and then!
You'll need to be able to break down even the most complex content to make it simple, clear and engaging for students. Think of yourself as a young Conan O’Brien - the life of the party who just so happened to graduate magna cum laude from Harvard.
Shoot over a CV and cover letter to tell us (in a few hundred words or less) why you'd be the perfect person to present CAFS to thousands of students across the world.