What we're up to
Do you love teaching science or math? Do you take pride in making difficult concepts easy to learn and helping students succeed?
We’re looking to team up with passionate content expert grad student TAs and tutors to help make learning science and math easy!
We're looking to add TAs and tutors to help us revise and improve our current content, as well as write new practice questions and explanations.
What an ideal candidate looks like
- Super passionate grad student TA, or tutor
- Available for at least 12 hours a week for the next 12 months (flexible start date)
- Bonus points for capability in more than one subject (eg. bio + math, GC + OC), though not a requirement
Why join us?
- Join a team that values and is obsessed with creating the best educational content for our students. We value quality over quantity and take pride in the work we publish. We believe students can see and feel the small details that show we care about their success.
- Competitive wage starting at $25/hour
- Remote work - work from home on your own terms
Who are we and how do you fit in with this?
We’re a test prep company founded by teachers for teachers. Our Dental Admission Test (DAT) product is used by 97% of all pre-dental students, and the reason we stand out is because we’re obsessed about creating the best content possible for our students.
We receive messages like these every day at DAT Bootcamp.
You can see what we're up to at datbootcamp.com,
What it's like working at Team Bootcamp
How to apply
Pick one of the topics below and write a multiple choice question with an explanation.
Write a question at the level that a first year university student would be tested.
Show us your abilities by writing questions that require higher levels of reasoning (eg. not definitions), having tempting incorrect distractor responses, with clear and well constructed explanations.
- Frog embryology
- Osmotic pressure
- Raoult's law
- Adiabatic reactions
- Swern oxidation
- Chain reactions
- HNMR peaks with benzene rings
- Piecewise functions
- Find f(g(x)) given two graphs
- Data sufficiency (like this)
Example questions for inspiration:
Write your one question and explanation in a Google doc. Make sure the permissions are set on the Google doc so that anyone with the link can view.
With your completed questions and explanations, apply here: https://airtable.com/shrjgutdbcVFWQlFi
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Not the right role for you?
Refer someone you think is a better fit and if they're a successful hire (working with us 60 days after hiring), we'll pay you $150!