Teach or Consult for Us

Type of Employment

We are cur­rent­ly seek­ing train­ers and consultants--individuals and organizations--to work as inde­pen­dent sub­con­trac­tors (1099 form). We are not hir­ing W2 full-time or part-time instruc­tors at this time.

How We Treat and Pay Our Instructors

Pariah Burke Training & Consulting pays its instruc­tors well, but it does so with­out goug­ing clients.

If you’ve been in this busi­ness for any length of time you know that most train­ing com­pa­nies can’t say that. For most, it’s either pay instruc­tors well or don’t over-charge clients. Several train­ing com­pa­nies can’t say either--they charge clients out­ra­geous rates while their instruc­tors are paid peanuts.

Pariah Burke Training & Consulting is not a “drive-thru” train­ing com­pa­ny like oth­ers we’ve all known and prob­a­bly worked for. We know that the tal­ent, instruc­tors and con­sul­tants, are the sec­ond most impor­tant indi­vid­u­als in the entire process. (The most impor­tant indi­vid­u­als in the train­ing process are, of course, the clients.) And we treat our tal­ent with the respect they deserve. We pay tal­ent well because pre­mi­um tal­ent comes at a pre­mi­um price, and we want our instruc­tors to enjoy work­ing with us and our clients.

Simultaneously we charge clients a fair rate that is below mar­ket aver­age and, typ­i­cal­ly, far below even what the “drive-thru” train­ing com­pa­nies charge. Fair prices and hap­py, pre­mi­um tal­ent instruc­tors make for sat­is­fied clients who come back for their future train­ing and con­sul­ta­tion needs.

In oth­er words, treat­ing clients and tal­ent well results in every­one being sat­is­fied, and when peo­ple are sat­is­fied, they come back.


Before you apply please read through this web­site, par­tic­u­lar­ly the Frequently Asked Questions, to make sure you’re a good fit for us and our clients. If you don’t work the way we work, our asso­ci­a­tion isn’t going to be a good fit.

The fol­low­ing form will start the con­ver­sa­tion.