Training Content Creator (25570)
Join a world-leading company producing simulation software for engineers. Help train up engineers by producing training materials for their advanced products, from slide decks to exercises and full courses, guides, videos and demonstrations. To do this, you'll be getting to grips with their advanced engineering software yourself. The content style you produce will need to be professional, accessible and engaging.
This full-time role may initially be remote working due to the current UK situation. However it is likely that, once this is resolved, you will work fully on-site in their Cambridge offices (not remote working) at the company's discretion.
- A bachelor's degree, or PhD, in a physical science
- Some exposure to the modelling of engineering material properties (tensile strength, flexibility, etc.)
- 3+ years experience working regularly with advanced software for engineers (CAD / CAM, mechanical and/or materials engineering)
- 2+ years working alongside a software development team (comparable environments considered given a good case made in your CV)
- Demonstrable skills writing and presenting English-language content (and ideally video content)
You'll join a talented group of software engineers and scientists in one of the world's top companies. They are an international organisation who can support your future career. With a diverse product portfolio, and having received published acclaim for their innovation, they are secure, well-funded and responding well to the changing global environment in which we find ourselves.
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Please note: even if you don't have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest - we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.