NOW HIRING FOR 2022!

If you are interested in any of these positions please send let us know what position you are interested in along with your resume and a cover letter stating why you feel you are a good fit for this position to info@flemingcamps.com.

Available Positions

Classroom Manager

Locations: 

  • King of Prussia, PA, 
  • Wilmington, DE
  • Dallas, TX


Job Description:

Fleming Tech Camps is searching for qualified candidates to work as ‘Classroom Managers’ (i.e. senior counselors) at its STEM summer camp locations. Our camps are very unique and we offer a hybrid learning model where we utilize a tag-team approach to teaching. In this job, you will be working at a local campus and help facilitate the program. In addition to your job, the camp will have an additional staff member (what we call a Subject Matter Expert) who will ‘beam into the classroom’ (via a proprietary telepresence system) and will be responsible for teaching our specialized camp materials. 

In your role, as the ‘Classroom Manager’, your primary job is to help campers stay focused, making sure that they are behaving and staying on track with their projects. You will help campers with their projects and make sure that they are staying focused, behaving, and staying safe. Your primary responsibility is to:

  • Actively assist campers with all camp activities and troubleshoot any problems that they might have (technical problems or lesson-based issues)
  • Help Subject Matter Experts maintain communication with the campers
  • Provide and maintain a safe and fun online learning environment
  • Serve as a positive role model for campers


You will need to have strong computer skills and feel comfortable working with campers to solve basic technical problems (logging in to Zoom, rebooting slow PCs). You will provide learning and lesson support to campers that need extra help or who need to be provided support to go beyond the curriculum. As the ‘Classroom Managers’ you will also work hand-in-hand with our online Subject Matter Experts to make sure the campers stay on task and work on projects. You must have very good communication skills, and should have real world experience with managing a classroom of students or campers. You are the eyes and ears of the camp program and you will sometimes need to help campers relay technical questions to the Subject Matter Expert and have the ability to see when a camper needs help, even if they don’t ask for it themselves. You must also be able to use LMS systems to keep track of lesson plans and upcoming assignments. In the case of a technical problem, you will have the resolve to troubleshoot the issue and make simple fixes to computer problems. You will also have to log campers in and out of software, set up video projectors and maintain other AV equipment. This is the perfect summer job for teachers and aspiring education students that love to work with kids and who have a passion for technology, digital arts and video games.

Subject Matter Expert (Remote)

Location: Remote Work from anywhere in the United States

Job Description: 

Fleming Tech Camps is searching for qualified candidates to work as ‘Subject Matter Experts’ (i.e. technology and digital art teachers). In this contract position, you will be working from your home and use telepresence software. You will be assisted with an in-person staff member at the physical camp location, and you will ‘beam in’ to classrooms.

This position is open to school teachers, digital artists and technology professionals who love technology, have experience and a passion for working with children, and who have strong knowledge with any of the following engineering, digital arts, coding, game design applications and esports.

We have over 50 online camp program and are seeking teachers and professionals who can teach one (or multiple) of the following technology subjects:

  • Digital Arts
  • Introductory and Intermediate Coding
  • Animation
  • 3D Art Design
  • Game Design
  • Esports
  • Minecraft 
  • Fortnite
  • Roblox
  • Streaming
  • Video Production
  • Digital Photography

 

You must have your own computer (Windows 10/11 or Mac OS), a very stable internet connection, video camera, a headset and microphone. Some programs may require an iPad and if you are teaching a program that uses an iPad you must have access to one and be able to synch it with your computer to be able to display that device on your screen. You must know how to use Zoom, Teams and other video conferencing software. You will be trained to use OBS and will be live streaming yourself from your home into classrooms across the country. Your workspace must look professional and neat. The workspace should be semi-private, quiet and clean. You need to ensure that you can work in a space where you will not be interrupted by other people in your household. This is the perfect summer job for teachers and professionals that want to work from home and who have a passion to teach kids about technology, game design and/or digital arts.

 

All staff must be located and broadcast their classes within the United States and be able to pass a background check.

Online Help Desk (Remote)

Location: Remote Work from anywhere in the United States

Job Description:

We are seeking team members who have technology knowledge and can easily help other team members, parents and children troubleshoot technology, software, and lesson problems. You must have the knowledge and ability to quickly and calmly work with a number of different types of audiences and be able to clearly explain your solutions to those problems..

 

Fleming Tech Camps has a unique hybrid camp model in which our Subject Matter Experts beam into the classrooms and homes and teach our campers about a variety of STEAM topics. We have over 50 online camp programs that cover topics such as Minecraft, Roblox, Photography, Streaming and Video, Game Design, Digital Arts, Web Development and Coding. In addition to solving technical issues, you will also need to provide learning and lesson support to campers that need extra help or who need to be provided support to go beyond the curriculum.

 

You must experience working within Windows, Mac, iPads and Chrome environments and be able to help folks install and uninstall software. You should be able to use our LMS to coach students through curriculum that they might have missed, or need extra time to work on. You need to love technology and digital arts and want to help kids (and their families) succeed. Above all else, this job requires patience and calmness.

 

You must have your own computer (Windows 10/11 or Mac OS), a very stable internet connection, video camera, a headset and microphone. You must know how to use Zoom, Teams and other video conferencing software. You will be trained to use OBS and will be live streaming yourself from your home into classrooms across the country. Your workspace must look professional and neat. The workspace should be semi-private, quiet and clean. You need to ensure that you can work in a space where you will not be interrupted by other people in your household. This is the perfect summer job for teachers and professionals that want to work from home and who have a passion to teach kids about technology, game design and/or digital arts.

 

All staff must be located and broadcast their classes within the United States and be able to pass a background check.

 

Online Classroom Mentor (Remote)

Location: Remote Work from US

Job Description: 

This position is open to college students and adults who love technology, have some experience working with children and some knowledge with any of the following technology, digital art, coding or game design applications and have experience and a passion for working with children. 

We have over 50 online camp programs that cover topics such as Minecraft, Roblox, Photography, Streaming and Video, Game Design, Digital Arts, Web Development and Coding. As a mentor you will work alongside the Subject Matter Expert and Classroom Managers to help assist campers with their projects.

  • Actively assist campers with all camp activities and troubleshoot any problems that they might have (technical problems or lesson-based issues)
  • Help Subject Matter Experts maintain communication with the campers
  • Provide and maintain a safe and fun online learning environment
  • Serve as a positive role model for campers

You must have your own computer (Windows 10/11 or Mac OS), a very stable internet connection, video camera, a headset and microphone. You must know how to use Zoom, Teams and other video conferencing software. You will be trained to use OBS and will be live streaming yourself from your home into classrooms across the country. Your workspace must look professional and neat. The workspace should be semi-private, quiet and clean. You need to ensure that you can work in a space where you will not be interrupted by other people in your household. This is the perfect summer job for teachers and professionals that want to work from home and who have a passion to teach kids about technology, game design and/or digital arts.

 

All staff must be located and broadcast their classes within the United States and be able to pass a background check.

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