World renowned learning provider.
Permanent position based in St Neots with some travel around Europe and possibly Middle East.
Salary to £70000 depending on your experience.
Are you an expert user of Microsoft Technologies? Do you love teaching?
We are looking for a top notch trainer to deliver training to business students across all manner of tech.
You’ll be delivering world class training for a well known tech learning provider and will be joining an industry leading team of instructors using the latest tools and techniques to teach across Europe and the Middle East.
The company is growing strong and turns over in excess of £20m delivering training to business students. They’re in the Top 20 of IT Training Companies in the World and are partnered with all the big tech vendors, including: Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA and the British Computer Society to name but a few.
Ideally, you will be certified to deliver: MOC 20532 (developing) & MTADEV 98361 (Microsoft Technology Associate).
Your background could include:
Developing courses or programming in HTML5.
Programming in C#
Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#
Developing Windows Azure and Web Services
Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Core or Advanced Solutions
Or you may have been working as a developer and now want to use your skills to train other people.
There is some travel around Europe or MEA which is all fully expensed.
Initially, to start you off you’ll attend a 'train the trainer' day so you can get a really good understanding of the role and have a chance to demonstrate your skill set.
Once you’ve started, you’ll be delivering agreed training courses and teaching every aspect of the course to a high level ensuring you consistently maintain the quality and standards of the company, ultimately making sure you students to pass their examinations and achieve their objectives.
There is plenty of room to progress within the role and move in to different areas of the business.
Please apply as soon as possible as we would like to arrange interviews during November.