System Administrator Training Content Developer
We are currently seeking a curriculum developer with systems administrator experience and expertise to join Cloudera's Educational Services team. The qualified candidate will build and maintain our portfolio of training content targeted at system administrators working with the Cloudera enterprise data cloud platform. Deliverables include presentation material (slides), hands-on lab exercises (problems and solutions), video-based training modules, demo scripts, sample code, instructor guides, quizzes, and certification questions. The content developer may also be called upon to deliver the training content to a live audience, virtually online in a classroom environment.
The ideal candidate has knowledge of and experience with configuring and maintaining large data clusters, and a willingness to leverage those skills in the creation and delivery of training content.
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Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Curriculum Developer is $50,708 per year or $24 per hour. The highest paying Curriculum Developer jobs have a salary over $75,000 per year while the lowest paying Curriculum Developer jobs pay $34,000 per year
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