Work with Us
The Works is a place to feed your passions. We offer a collection of seasonal, hands-on classes to a diverse community of growers, doers, and makers.
We are looking for a lifelong learner who is passionate about teaching and connecting with others. Our ideal candidate will:
Have subject matter expertise in one or more of the topic areas currently being offered by The Works (for example, pickling, shrub making, or crafting terrariums). We’d love to hear about your knowledge for other topics that might be a good fit for our community too!
Be articulate and comfortable speaking in front of a group of 15 adult students.
Have experience developing curriculum, including class outlines and handouts.
Be a team player, have a can-do attitude, and value diversity in perspectives, approaches, cultures, and backgrounds.
This is a unique opportunity to join The Works’ team and grow with us at our Capitol Hill location. You will be responsible for:
Developing class content and teaching weekly classes.
Providing a phenomenal student experience by fostering a friendly and welcoming environment that’s also conducive to learning.
Working with the owner of The Works to:
Adapt classes based on student feedback.
Develop new class topics, continuing to innovate and add new offerings for The Works’ community.
Contribute to planning each season’s class schedule.
Show us how your past or current work qualifies you for this role. Please include examples! There is a tremendous opportunity to grow with The Works in this position, so we’re invested in finding a perfect match. Tell us why you’re the unicorn we’re looking for.
We’ll start with training and shadowing, then tandem teaching, followed by teaching solo. We are ready for you to start now with the goal of you being ready to teach on your own by May.
This is a part-time position comprised primarily of evening and weekend hours.
This position receives $15/hour.
Being a contributing member to this amazing community is an extra bonus, with perks including making cool stuff, interacting with great students, and being a part of a rad community.
Made it this far and think this sounds like a good fit? Please send your resume and a cover letter telling us about you, your background, and why you’re interested in this role by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!