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Working At Circuit Lab

Kids in class

Circuit Lab currently has several positions for Summer Instructors & Summer Assistant Instructors in the greater Boston area. These positions begin in early June, 2018. Applications are due on March 15, 2018.

Specifically, we have openings for:

  • One lead instructor position located in or near Arlington, Lexington, or Waltham MA
  • One lead instructor position located in or near Lowell, Chelmsford, or Acton MA
  • One lead instructor position located in or near Worcester, Marlborough, or Westborough MA
  • One lead instructor position located in or near Braintree, Weymouth, or Marshfield MA
  • One lead instructor position located in or near Attleboro MA, Mansfield MA, or Providence RI
  • One assistant instructor position located in or near Arlington, Waltham, or Woburn, MA
  • One assistant instructor position located in or near Newton, Brookline, or Wellesley MA
  • One assistant instructor position located in or near Lowell, Chelmsford, or Acton MA
  • One assistant instructor position located in or near Lawrence, Andover, or Haverhill MA
  • One assistant instructor position located in or near Worcester, Marlborough, or Westborough MA
  • One assistant instructor position located in or near Braintree, Weymouth, or Marshfield MA
  • One assistant instructor position located in or near Attleboro MA, Mansfield MA, or Providence RI

Our mission is to give kids a new understanding of the electronic devices they use every day, so they learn to see them as tools that they can manipulate, rather than toys or mysterious "black boxes." In our classrooms, we use tools like Raspberry Pi, Scratch, and Arduino.

Summer work is full-time from late June to late August, leading week-long summer programs for ages 5 to 14 Monday to Friday each week. Priority will be given to applicants who are able to teach for the full summer term. We have paid training time, in early June, to get you familiar with the curriculum and teaching style before leading classroom programs. You will also have the opportunity to continue with part-time work leading our after-school programs during the school year.

Work hours are generally 8:30AM to 12:00PM and 12:45PM to 4:15PM each weekday, consisting of 1 hour of class setup time, 6 hours of teaching time (3 hours each with two different class groups), and a midday lunch break. Exact timing will vary slightly based on individual location schedules. We offer a generous hourly rate for this work.

To apply, please send a résumé and cover letter outlining your experience, interest, and qualifications to work@circuit-lab.com. Be sure to let us know what excites you about working with kids and teaching them about technology!


Job Requirements - Lead Instructor:
  • Available to work full time from late June to late August.
  • 6 months prior experience as a lead teacher for K-12 students, comfortable leading groups up to 20 students.
  • Bachelor's degree or working towards degree in education, computer science, engineering, or related.
  • Reliable access to a vehicle: able to commute daily and bring class materials to class sites.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Located in the greater Boston area.
  • Must pass state-mandated background check as a condition of employment.


Job Requirements - Summer Assistant Instructor:
  • Available to work full time from late June to late August.
  • Prior experience in classroom or summer camp settings.
  • Reliable transportation and able to commute daily to class sites.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Located in the greater Boston area.
  • Must pass state-mandated background check as a condition of employment.


Apply for open positions by sending a cover letter and résumé to work@circuit-lab.com