Developer Learning, Senior Manager – Part Time – Cambridge

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We bring forward-thinking people together to build the future of computing, on Arm.

Enabling developers to work quickly and effectively with Arm technology really matters to us! We do this by working with experts inside and outside the business to build and curate a growing range of learning content for professional developers, available at (url removed) among other channels.

 

We are seeking a Developer Learning, Senior Manager to join our outstanding team of engineers, developers, educationalists and academics. You will lead the development and curation of technical content plans that deliver the support application developers need to do their best work on Arm.

 

Responsibilities:

· Work with experts across Arm, our partners and developer communities to develop roadmaps of technical content, which anticipate and solve developers’ problems, driving the adoption of Arm and Arm-based technologies

· Ensure your plans reflect the real, validated needs of our partner organisations and various communities of developers

· Deliver on your content roadmaps, working with people inside and outside Arm, such as expert authors, Arm partner relationship managers and publishers

· Support wider efforts to build and maintain a diverse network of contributors/authors drawn from across Arm, our partners and developer communities, who share our mission of enabling developers to do their best work on Arm-based technology

· Federate related efforts across the organisation to ensure an exceptional user experience for developers engaging with Arm

· Communicate and advocate for your work across teams at Arm and beyond, collaborating closely with colleagues across a variety of levels within the organisation

 

Required skills and experience:

· Degree-level skills and knowledge in a Computer Science/Engineering (or related) subject

· Experience managing the development of learning content in computing

· Experience working effectively within a highly technical and multi-disciplinary context, drawing on expertise from different sources

· Negotiation, communication and presentation skills

 

“Nice To Have” Skills and Experience:

· Software/computer engineering experience in a professional context

· Experience working with communities of developers

· Technical expertise across a range of Arm technologies

 

In Return:

Arm is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants and colleagues. We are a diverse organization of dedicated and innovative individuals, and don’t discriminate on the basis of any characteristic

 

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Salary:

Job Type: Part Time

Location: CAMBRIDGE

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.