Title: Data_in a Day Facilitator
Are you an experienced data expert who is looking to freelance?
If you are passionate about data and a superb communicator, apply now to join our team of expert facilitators and run our day-long courses.
Our teachers are the best working developers and data experts in the world, teaching people from the world’s coolest companies, empowering them with confidence and knowledge. As well as professional developers and data scientists, our diverse team is made up of academics, entrepreneurs and teachers.
Decoded exploded onto the scene in 2011 with our revolutionary Code in a Day course for professionals. We empower people with vital knowledge about how software is built. People absolutely love it, leaving “transformed”, “inspired”, and “enlightened”, as confident, code-savvy digital citizens. We transform people into the kind of clients developers would give an arm to work with.
Our clients include: Unilever, Microsoft, Viacom, Turner, Google, The Guardian, ZenithOptimedia, TBWA, BBDO, J&J, General Electric. To name just a few!
Our team enjoy totally flexible days, opportunities to run workshops all over the world, a fantastic network of like-minded people, and the joy of teaching their skills to the movers and shakers of today.
It is immensely rewarding at the end of a session. Nothing beats the feeling of leading a group of people to digital enlightenment.
What makes a great Decoded Facilitator?
Decoded facilitators are endowed with an ability to keep calm and remain unfazed when solving technical issues, they are a reassurance rather than an amplifier of natural worry when things do not go according to plan; they can move things along without making people feel rushed and will tend to listen more than talk when communicating with clients.
We realise that data brings together people with varying skills and experience, and we’re interested to hear from you whether you’re a data visualisation expert, a machine learning specialist or an academic working with unique data challenges or something else entirely. Regardless of background, you must be well versed in a variety of software products used for data analysis and must possess an understanding of the role that the web and associated technologies play in the arenas of big data, data visualisation and social data. If you don’t meet all the requirements but are willing to learn then we would still be keen to hear from you.
If you think that you are our kind of person, please get in touch!