Become a mentor for ‘the coders of tomorrow’!

The so-called “digital world” is not coming – it’s already here, and our education system needs to reflect that. That’s why we founded Codecool – to revolutionize programming education!


We adopted the best practices from the field and created a whole new way of project-based learning to offer a new kind of education experience – and with it a new career for our students. We prepare them for the work they have to do when they get out – and not for a paper they have to write at the end.

We all enjoy working in this field, and we want this to come across to our students as well – so we are looking for candidates to join a strong, multi-talented mentor team with diverse experiences, who work well together.

Are you in? Join us!

Work with us

STORYTELLER, ROLEMODEL, SW GURU, EDUCATOR, MENTOR… IS THAT YOU?

We are looking for enthusiastic and experienced software developers who have the skills and the motivation to train beginners to become professional junior programmers.

Apply if you:

  • Have a positive attitude, and you can inspire beginners in programming,
  • Are a credible person with extensive programming experience- your primary language does not matter, we have a variety of mentors
  • Believe in the practice-oriented, project-based learning model and you understand the difference between teaching and mentoring,
  • Are inclined to proactively influence how things are working around you 
  • Speak fluent English (you will be mentoring in Hungarian but internal communication within Codecool is in English)
  • Love to learn and educate yourself continuously,

Why work at Codecool?

  • Because of the awesome atmosphere. Our offices are somewhere between a tech start-up and a university hallway full of budding coding superstars.
  • We offer tech-industry salary. Not Zuckerberg-territory but your friends will hate you for it.
  • Cool office. We’re no Google but we’re getting there.
  • We teach hard, play hard. At Codecool, you can take as much vacation time as you need.
  • You can stay on top of your tech while not sitting in front of a screen all day, every day. Plus, you get to use your skills to change people’s lives.
  • We are a flat organization: every mentor has a role, but there are no traditional bosses. So if you have an idea and the motivation to make it happen, it will happen. (note: This level of autonomy and freedom can also be scary for some people. There won’t be people telling you what to do tomorrow.)
  • Full-time contract. No funny business here.

 

To apply, please send your CV to the following address: [email protected]

Please note that this is our company site, to see what we do, please visit our local websites: www.codecool.hu / www.codecool.pl

STORYTELLER, ROLEMODEL, SW GURU, EDUCATOR, MENTOR… IS THAT YOU?

We are looking for enthusiastic and experienced software developers who have the skills and the motivation to train beginners to become professional junior programmers.

Apply if you:

  • Have a positive attitude, and you can inspire beginners in programming,
  • Are a credible person with extensive programming experience- your primary language does not matter, we have a variety of mentors
  • Believe in the practice-oriented, project-based learning model and you understand the difference between teaching and mentoring,
  • Are inclined to proactively influence how things are working around you 
  • Speak fluent English (you will be mentoring in Polish but internal communication within Codecool is in English)
  • Love to learn and educate yourself continuously,

Why work at Codecool?

  • Because of the awesome atmosphere. Our offices are somewhere between a tech start-up and a university hallway full of budding coding superstars.
  • We offer tech-industry salary. Not Zuckerberg-territory but your friends will hate you for it.
  • Cool office. We’re no Google but we’re getting there.
  • We teach hard, play hard. At Codecool, you can take as much vacation time as you need.
  • You can stay on top of your tech while not sitting in front of a screen all day, every day. Plus, you get to use your skills to change people’s lives.
  • We are a flat organization: every mentor has a role, but there are no traditional bosses. So if you have an idea and the motivation to make it happen, it will happen. (note: This level of autonomy and freedom can also be scary for some people. There won’t be people telling you what to do tomorrow.)
  • Full-time contract. No funny business here.

To apply, please send your CV to the following address: [email protected]

Please note that this is our company site, to see what we do, please visit our local websites: www.codecool.hu / www.codecool.pl

STORYTELLER, ROLEMODEL, SW GURU, EDUCATOR, MENTOR… IS THAT YOU?

We are looking for enthusiastic and experienced software developers who have the skills and the motivation to train beginners to become professional junior programmers.

Apply if you:

  • Have a positive attitude, and you can inspire beginners in programming,
  • Are a credible person with extensive programming experience- your primary language does not matter, we have a variety of mentors
  • Believe in the practice-oriented, project-based learning model and you understand the difference between teaching and mentoring,
  • Are inclined to proactively influence how things are working around you 
  • Speak fluent English (you will be mentoring in Polish but internal communication within Codecool is in English)
  • Love to learn and educate yourself continuously,

Why work at Codecool?

  • Because of the awesome atmosphere. Our offices are somewhere between a tech start-up and a university hallway full of budding coding superstars.
  • We offer tech-industry salary. Not Zuckerberg-territory but your friends will hate you for it.
  • Cool office. We’re no Google but we’re getting there.
  • We teach hard, play hard. At Codecool, you can take as much vacation time as you need.
  • You can stay on top of your tech while not sitting in front of a screen all day, every day. Plus, you get to use your skills to change people’s lives.
  • We are a flat organization: every mentor has a role, but there are no traditional bosses. So if you have an idea and the motivation to make it happen, it will happen. (note: This level of autonomy and freedom can also be scary for some people. There won’t be people telling you what to do tomorrow.)
  • Full-time contract. No funny business here.

To apply, please send your CV to the following address: [email protected]

Please note that this is our company site, to see what we do, please visit our local websites: www.codecool.hu / www.codecool.pl

About Codecool

Codecool is about creating and implementing a new kind of education experience and career planning. Because we believe coding can change lives for the better, and the choice for this career should be open to everyone.

For our students we offer 18 months of hands-on, up-to-date programming training with a job guarantee at the end, delivered by carefully selected, experienced mentors.
And this is where you come into the picture.

Here’s a peek into life at Codecool:
(but pictures don’t do it justice, feel free to drop by and check it out for yourself.)

What’s a mentor?

Mentors are not traditional teachers. Rather they are facilitators of the students’ own learning process. The emphasis is on tailor-making the process to the rhythm and abilities of the given group of students.

At Codecool our mentors usually come from the industry: they have worked in senior roles at tech companies and enjoyed growing the talents who worked under them. There just came a point in their careers when they started to look for something more meaningful.

If this sounds familiar, we’re here to offer you a long-term career alternative just like that, in a self-learning, autonomous organisation.

Are you interested in becoming a mentor? Apply here: [email protected]

Konrad Gadzina

Konrad Gadzina

Mentor @Krakow

Among my many passions, the greatest is to inspire others. I live according to the words of Ghandi, who said ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world’. That is why, after eight years dedicated to software development and two and a half years involved in gaming, I decided to become a mentor at Codecool. In my free time I play the ukulele, I go rock climbing, dance salsa and I run workshops on game development.

Mateusz Steliga

Mateusz Steliga

Mentor @Krakow

I have been interested in programming since I was very young, and software development for me is a way to bring my ideas into reality and to learn about the world. I was attracted to Codecool because of the values on which the innovative teaching model and the working methods are founded. It is a place where I can share the experience and knowledge I have gained in my professional career.

mateusz ostafil

Mateusz Ostafil

Mentor @Krakow

I can combine my two greatest passions – new technologies and working with people. My experience in the IT business quickly taught me that practical skills and creative thinking are more important than a diploma and an academic degree. I am fascinated by problem-solving – searching for the optimal path forward and a creative approach to tasks – both of which are to be found in programming.

Przemysław Ciąćka

Przemysław Ciąćka

Mentor @Krakow

You will never hear me say that I don’t have time for you. If I am to be demanding, then it is first and foremost with regard to myself. I have made mistakes in life and I am sure I will make more, but from every mistake I try to draw appropriate conclusions. At Codecool, I combine my eight years of experience in programming and team leadership with my passion for inspiring people to be independent. 

Rafal Stepien

Rafał Stępień

Mentor @Krakow

Software development is my passion. I am a fan of non-standard, innovative solutions. My experience in IT business allows me to use a wide variety of state-of- the-art technologies to realise my own projects. I graduated from the University of Science and Technology in Cracow and I am still involved in academic life – I am the president of the science club, which deals with the broad field of electronics and the practical application of software.

Aron Kovacs

Áron Kovács

Mentor @Budapest

I have enjoyed teaching for several years, so far I have taught languages, now I managed to combine teaching with my profession and hobby. I feel it’s important that programming skills are supported by an abstract way of thinking, this is one my goals. I believe if one likes what they do, the work becomes a nice pastime; this is what I would like to help with.

Matyas Forian Szabo

Mátyás Forián Szabó

Mentor @Budapest

A good school is not only about conveying professional knowledge: the environment is just as important, so that everybody likes to be here. My aim is that we achieve both of them at Codecool.

Daniel Salamon

Dániel Salamon

Mentor @Budapest

I love my job because it is my hobby as well. My motto is: “ Choose a job which you like and you’ll never work in your life.” I would like to help everybody to fulfil their dreams and acquire robust knowledge of the world of ones and zeros.

Imre Lindi

Imre Lindi

Mentor @Miskolc

When I was a Codecool student I felt this education was tailored to my needs. Presently I work as a mentor so that all the students feel like I did. My goal is that the students don’t just participate in a “course”, they should rather create a community so that together they can cope with the challenges much easier.

Robert Kohanyi

Róbert Kohányi

Mentor @Miskolc

AS a mentor I have set two goals for myself. I would like to help the students acquire the analytical mind-set, which helps me making programming digestible, at the same time I would like to leave my comfort-zone and face new challenges every day.

Laszlo Molnar mentor Budapest

László Molnár

Mentor @Budapest

I have been attracted to computers from my early childhood. Programming is my passion and I also enjoy helping others learn new things. My teachers have had a great influence on my life. Some of them influenced my career in a good direction while others in a bad one. My goal is to be a person in other people’s lives who shows them the right direction.

Pal Monoczki

Pál Monoczki

Mentor @Miskolc

They say time changes things but we are the ones who need to change everything. As a mentor I would like to use my wide experience to help students facing the challenges of this profession. My aim is to support the improvement of our young programmers and to help find the most suitable tools for their personal efficiency.

Immanuel Fodor

Immánuel Fodor

Mentor @Budapest

Before becoming a Codecool mentor I worked as a developer team’s lead and technical project manager at a leading Hungarian media agency. Working as a mentor now, I am using the theoretical knowledge I have acquired during my university studies and my experience from the business world I order that our students may start their careers as the best prepared software developers.

Agnieszka Koszany mentor Krakow

Agnieszka Koszany

Mentor @Krakow

For me, programming is above all great fun. I have been teaching programming to children and teenagers and I realised that even a ten-year- old can understand the basics of object-oriented programming. It is accessible to anyone who is willing to learn. I really enjoy motivating people and mixing science with humanities. Thanks to Codecool I can combine these two fields while working with a fantastic team.

marcin izworski

Marcin Izworski

Mentor @Krakow

I remember when I took my first steps in programming ten years ago. I found it hard to find my feet in my first job, but this experience taught me which skills a young software developer should nurture in order to make a successful start in the demanding field of IT. When I am teaching, I try to pass on to my students not only specific technical skills, but also my own practical experiences, know-how and inside knowledge of working as a software developer.

Balazs Pekar

Balázs Pekár

Mentor @Miskolc

Not so long time ago I was one of the first Codecoolers in the Miskolc school, today I am proudly passing on the knowledge I acquired here to the present students. The best part is that I know exactly how to help them with their problems as I have been in the same situation as they are now.

Sziveszter Erdos

Szilveszter Erdős

Mentor @Budapest

During my career I have worked in different industries and in various roles but I enjoyed the best when I solved a business problem with an IT tool. I believe that programming can be brought close to anyone who is interested by using pragmatic, involvement-based education, which is built on real-life experiences.

Tamas Tompa

Tamás
Tompa

Mentor @Budapest

I have three goals in Codecool: to convey to the students the approach necessary for programming, to teach them how to learn efficiently and to revolutionize the teaching methods we use, at the same time to do this in a friendly, honest and easy-going manner.

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Miklós Beöthy

Mentor @Budapest

I’ve been working as a software developer for over 15 years now, and my favorite part of the job is when I get to work with other people and transfer my knowledge. I feel like the luckiest person on Earth that I get to do both of these every day at Codecool

Contact

Budapest, Hungary
(1065 Budapest, Nagymező utca 44)
[email protected]

Krakow, Poland
(ul. Ślusarska 9, 30-710 Kraków)
[email protected]

Miskolc, Hungary
(3525 Miskolc, Régiposta utca 9)
[email protected]

We currently have 3 locations but are rapidly expanding.
If there isn’t a Codecool in your city, keep looking back – we aim to have 20 schools in Europe by 2020!

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