Job - Web development content production assistant

Hrishi Mittal

Hrishi Mittal

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At Learnetto, we pride ourselves on producing the highest quality educational tutorials and courses for software developers.

We have big plans for launching some great new courses and tutorials in 2020. And are looking for a Web development content production assistant to help speed up the process of creating new content, especially videos.

This role is suitable for a junior developer, since you'll need basic understanding of the content you're helping with but will work in collaboration with a senior developer.


Your responsibilities will include:

  • Testing course project code to make sure there are no errors or bugs.
  • Recording screencasts based on instructions in pre-written lessons.
  • Editing and publishing videos.
  • Proofreading and formatting text lessons.
You will work on producing videos for courses and tutorials on topics, including React, Angular, Vue.js, GraphQL, Node.js, Rails, SQL and more.

Please note that the main responsibility in this job is not to write code but to help in the production of educational content for developers. You will  need some knowledge of web development but this is not primarily a developer role as such.

If you have the right skills and are interested in teaching, this role could expand into an instructor position, in which you would create new tutorials and courses for Learnetto.

Location - Fully Remote

We're based in London but this is a fully remote position. You can work from anywhere but you will work closely with the founder and other experts from Learnetto.

You will be provided with full guidance and all the tools needed for the job.

Time commitment

We're looking for a commitment of 20 hours per week initially. If you do well in the job, there is scope for more work up to 40 hours per week.


Basic knowledge of web development - HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails (or another framework)

Your own computer - preferably a Mac, but a PC running Linux or Windows might work. You will need this to record screencasts. We will provide the recording software.

A good internet connection to upload and download videos (which are large files).

Bonus - experience in making and publishing videos
Bonus - experience in teaching through written tutorials or videos

Why you should work for Learnetto

Education is fundamentally changing and we are thrilled to be playing a part in designing this new world of learning.

This job will teach you practical skills for producing high quality technical content in a fast moving startup environment.

If you're at the start of your software development career, this is a good role to expose yourself to lots of different technologies. If you do well in this job, you will have the option of taking up a full-time position as a developer or instructor with us in the future.

Most jobs require you to learn on the job, but this is a rare one where learning is part of the job spec!

You will get free lifetime access to all premium tutorials and courses on Learnetto, so you can continue your education even if you choose to move on to another job later on.

How to Apply

Apply to this job by sending an email to [email protected] with your CV and answers to the following questions:

  • Why are you interested in this position?
  • Do you have any experience creating educational content - tutorials or videos?   If yes, please include links to your recent best work.
  • What is your current work situation?
  • How many hours per week can you commit to?

Application Deadline

Applications are open until 29th February 2020, but will close as soon as a suitable candidate is found.

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