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This job requires an analytical and highly creative mind. You will be writing short, conversational lessons and exam style questions, covering a range of general chemistry topics to use in Mindojo's adaptive learning platform.

Mindojo is a fast-growing ed-tech company that following its success with test-prep products, is now entering the higher education space.

This is a challenging position for talented teachers/professors with experience teaching chemistry preferably teaching undergrad introductory level.

The job can be done from anywhere, as long as you have a decent internet connection, and can be done on a part or full-time basis. The work is hourly-rate, contract based, with flexible work hours.

If you're up for a major intellectual challenge, and are passionate about making premium quality education available globally, join us!


Online App. Form: https://mindojo.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0mz84


Email Address: mindojo-mndj0432@applications.recruiterbox.com
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