- Software Development
- Shelburne, VT
- 70K - 90K USD a year
2022-10-22 00:14:04 UTC
Hack Club (501(c)(3) nonprofit) is a community of teenagers around the world who are learning technology by building things they care about and sharing with other people. Hack Club is where teenage coders make friends, build together, and get inspiration. We’re here to try and create the most incredible learning community, tools, and services to support them to go far technically, and also grow personally with positive values.
We do this by creating open-source projects which serve the community like a transparent “bank” for nonprofits, a game console you can only get by building a game for it, a guide to assembly language, a cross-country hackathon on a train. Hack Club supports and grows our community by facilitating wholesome social spaces online and in-person.
Hack Club is a shared interest, centered around a shared activity, with a shared ethic. We serve about 20,000 teenagers every year.
About the role
Conceive, develop, and deliver inspiring open source projects which engage teenagers around the world in their creation and use, both through writing code directly and through leading teams of teenage Hack Clubbers.
Communicate about work publicly.
Inspire Hack Club staff and community, mentor teenage contributors to Hack Club projects.
Be an ambassador for Hack Club’s values of curiosity, the hacker ethic, kindness, and collaboration.
Be a proactive problem solver, taking initiative to identify, fix and communicate about issues as soon as possible
Be product and user focused
Be a great communicator, focusing on transparency, clarity and regular ongoing and open communication
Be a role model for our community, inspiring others to be their best
Be a collaborative team member that embodies all the values of Hack Club and encourages others to do the same
Be a continuous learner, staying on top of industry trends and bringing the learning back to Hack Club
Mid-level to senior programming experience. Minimum 3-5 years of experience.
Frontend / backend / other programming backgrounds could all work for this role.
Familiar with and inspired by internet communities. Maybe you helped design a MUD, learned to code as a teenager online, started a makerspace, or have been involved in the indie game development world.
You have a portfolio of open source projects.