Team member – Code Ninjas , Edinburgh

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Who we are

Code Ninjas has the world’s largest number of kids’ coding centres in three countries and continues to grow. Our goal is to help kids build a foundation in coding that will follow them through high school, post-secondary, and their careers. In our centre, kids ages 5-14 learn to code in a fun, non-intimidating way – by playing and building video games they love.

What we are looking for

We are looking for Code Senseis to join our team of dynamic, energetic, forward-thinkers, all with the goal of providing a FUN, engaging, and safe learning environment for children. Our senseis are at the core of our centre, overseeing coaching and student engagement in our after-school drop-in programs, camps, and special events. Are you passionate about video games & tech? Do you enjoy working with kids? Are you looking to build invaluable skills for the future? This could be the role for you.

Responsibilities include:

  • Training – go through the curriculum and learn it
  • Create a positive and safe environment in which students can grow
  • Work with children to determine skill sets
  • Provide feedback to parents after working with student who is on a tour
  • Follow opening/closing duties daily
  • Clean dojo throughout the day to ensure cleanliness is kept up to corporate standards
  • Report weekly to Center Assistant Manager on progress
  • Report daily to Center Manager with respect to day’s activities and productivity in dojo
  • Be able to lead on-site or virtual camps.


  • Knowledgeable about coding and technology; or able to quickly pick up new concepts (Unity knowledge is an asset!)
  • Upbeat and eager to take on new challenges and work in a collaborative group setting
  • Excellent communication skills and experience in customer service
  • Enthusiasm for working with kids.
  • Works well with others; collaborates
  • Must be fun to work with and like working in fast paced environments where requirements can change frequently


  • Working history with children ages 7 and up (mentoring, coaching, tutoring etc.)
  • Experience in teaching, mentoring or childcare
  • Knowledgeable about coding and technology; or able to quickly pick up basic concepts


For further details and/or to apply for the opportunity, to ensure accuracy and up-to-date information we ask that you get in touch with the Livingston Centre Manager, Harry Findlay,  at