AR/VR Development Instructor (Part/Time Contract) - Based in Australia

Circuit Stream Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Remote

About the job

Circuit Stream is the industry leader in AR/VR education. Our mission is to help expand the AR/VR creator space. We do this by building world-class educational services that focus on making it easier for people and organizations around the world to learn the skills needed to leverage the power of AR/VR technology. We've delivered courses to thousands of students globally, trained many of the world’s leading organizations, and are strategic partners with the largest 3D content creation platform. Our students currently work with some of the world's leading companies in immersive technology from startup to enterprise-level, including Meta, Unity, Accenture, and more.

We're looking for skilled and experienced AR/VR developers who are legally entitled to work in Australia as freelance contractors and who want to teach their craft to a new generation of AR/VR learners. The ideal Instructors will be interested in flexible hours, be able to work part-time (average 10-15 hours per week). This is a great opportunity for anyone looking for part-time morning, afternoon, evening or weekend hours, teaching what they love. The role will start off with 1:1 teaching/tutoring sessions. Over time, our Instructors are assigned to teach 10-week online group courses.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking for an exciting and challenging role with a growing company and is ready to teach our courses live/on-line in Australia. This position will be based remotely and is open to residents of Australia.

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Join us for an informal panel discussion following Apple WWDC 2023, exploring the company's much hyped foray into extended reality headset hardware. 

Panelists will include 

  • Oliver Weidlich, Founder and Director of Design and Innovation, Contxtual, recently returned from WWDC and AWE US
  • Joe Millward, General Manager APAC, Tailspin
  • Angus Stevens, CEO and Co-Founder, Start Beyond
  • and Natalie Marinho, Chair of Immerse Australia.