Who We Are

Daivergent (https://www.daivergent.com/) believes the 90% unemployment rate among the disability population is unacceptable. We have developed the world's first curriculum to help these job-seekers find work-from-home and computer-based careers -- taught 100% online

We are seeking a dedicated and compassionate Vocational Instructor Trainee with one (1) to two (2) years work experience serving a disabled population. If you are looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others and utilize your skills in a meaningful way, we would love to hear from you.

This is a 1099 (independent contractor) role and provides a wonderful opportunity for those with other employment or commitments who wish to earn supplemental income while assisting a neurodivergent population prepare for competitive employment. This will enable you to make an enormous positive impact within the disability community.

**We cannot guarantee when you would be assigned a student or subsequent students but the program is growing and we will be hiring a large number of Part time Instructors during 2023. **

Fast facts:

  • -You choose the hours when you’re available to teach (from the two options listed below)
    -We match you to job-seekers who are available during your hours
    -We provide you training to help you learn our curriculum and teach it to students
    -Please note: You will be matched to students based on availability, and may not be assigned a student immediately.
    -Bachelor's degree is necessary. Master's degree or higher not needed.
    Compensation: $18.00 per hour - hourly rate is fixed.

    Currently, we are only accepting applications for candidates with availability in any of the time blocks below: Hours are fixed. We require a minimum of 4 days (Mon-Thurs) but Friday availability preferred.


    9 AM - 1 PM MST
    1 PM - 5PM MST


    9 AM - 11 AM MST
    11 AM - 1 PM MST
    1 PM - 3 PM MST
    3 PM - 5 PM MST

    · Develop and implement customized remote vocational services programs for neurodivergent individuals, focusing on skills development, employment opportunities, and social integration.
    · Assess clients' abilities, interests, and goals to create tailored vocational plans that align with their unique needs.
    · Provide ongoing support and coaching to clients, helping them develop remote work skills, such as time management, communication, and technology use.
    · Teach social skills and strategies to enhance clients' interpersonal relationships and workplace interactions.
    · Collaborate with clients, families, and other professionals to ensure comprehensive support and consistent progress.
    · Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of clients' progress, goals, and achievements.
    · Stay informed about industry trends, best practices, and new technologies to continuously improve service delivery.
    · Participate in professional development opportunities to enhance knowledge and skills in the field.

    • HS. Diploma/GED, Bachelor's degree preferred in special education, psychology, liberal studies, technology, or the arts(
    • (1) to (2) years’ experience providing services to disabled adolescents (17-21) and adults (22+), with a focus on remote service delivery.
    • Strong computer proficiency, access to computer, web camera, and reliable high-speed internet.
    • Minimum 2 years’ experience leveraging technology to enhance, engage and support service delivery.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to work effectively with clients, families, and colleagues.
    • A genuine passion for empowering individuals with neurodivergent clients and promoting their independence.
    • Flexibility and adaptability to work with clients with diverse needs and backgrounds.
    • Excellent organizational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple clients simultaneously.
    • Familiarity with applicable laws, regulations, and best practices related to disability services and remote work
    • .At least 21 years old
    • Legally authorized to work in the US, and physically located in the US

Other requirements

  • Successful candidates will also have a sincere desire to support the disability community obtain competitive wage employment.
  • Patience for supporting students who may take more time to understand
  • Creativity due to the sometimes-dynamic curriculum that we teach.
  • An ability to improvise and “think on your feet”, and adjust your instruction accordingly depending on the responsiveness of your students.
    Good energy and outgoing personality.
  • Strong positivity and ability to foster a non-judgmental environment
  • Readiness to embrace a “startup mindset”, and have some tech-savvy (we will help you learn this too!)