Curriculum Manager, Development
The role of Curriculum Manager is responsible for the development, execution and maintenance of curated technology content curricula within designated content domains, across all content mediums supported by the Pluralsight platform. The Curriculum Manager, Development is our resident web and software development content expert who brings their subject matter expertise to bear in developing our curriculum direction efforts. Curriculum Managers work under the direction of a Director of Curriculum and collaborate with counterparts across the Experience organization to facilitate operational activities for all stages of the content creation pipeline, from expert recruitment to content publication and lifecycle management.
Who you are:
A lifelong learner with an insatiable curiosity
A web and/or software development subject matter expert with knowledge of both the industry and the community
A savvy market analyst knowledgeable in current and emerging software trends, technologies, vendors, influencers, tools and certifications
An analytical mind that possesses the ability to quickly analyze and comprehend new or unfamiliar technologies
A strong communicator, whose skills extend to both written and verbal communications, with a knack for diplomacy
A self-motivated, deadline-oriented professional with the ability to work effectively on a distributed team
What you’ll own:
Curriculum strategy for several development subdomains, with guidance provided by curriculum leadership
The development, publication and maintenance of curriculum roadmaps for several development subdomains, across all platform-supported content types
Management of the development library of published courses
Guidance given to Author Acquisitions Editors and Author Success Managers in the evaluation, development and approval of prospective authors and content proposals
Collaboration with other teams to develop tooling and workflows for the implementation of curriculum plans across all stages of the content creation pipeline
Experience you’ll need:
A proven track record in technical education with knowledge of instructional design techniques and approaches
Technical expertise with experience as a practitioner and an instructor, or a demonstrated ability to rapidly research, analyze and comprehend the necessary topical areas at a planning level
Familiarity with audio and video production, or other types of graphical communication
Bachelors or graduate degree in a technical computing field or equivalent industry experience
Working at Pluralsight
Founded in 2004 and trusted by Fortune 500 companies, Pluralsight is the technology skills platform organizations and individuals in 150+ countries count on to create progress for the world.
Our platform helps technologists master their craft and take control of their careers. We empower businesses everywhere to build adaptable teams, speed up release cycles and become scalable, reliable and secure. We come to work everyday knowing we’re helping our customers build the skills that power innovation.
And we don’t let fear, egos or drama distract us from our mission. Our mission to democratize technology skills is what drives us and our values are at the helm of how we work together. It’s our commitment to practicing them day in, day out that enables our performance. We’re adults, and we treat each other that way. We have the autonomy to do our jobs, transparency to eliminate office politics and trust each other to do the right thing. We thrive in an environment with creativity around every corner, challenges that keep us on our toes, and peers who inspire us to be the best we can be. We bring different viewpoints, backgrounds and experiences, and united by our mission, we are one.
Bring yourself. Pluralsight is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
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