Employment type: Permanent
Location: Fully Remote (US / Latin America)
Salary: £60 – £75K
Recruiter: Mike Swetman
Our partner, UiPath, listed on the NYSE in April 2021 and is now the dominant player in the hyper-growth global Robotic Process Automation market segment. Morpheus is proud to be one of their most experienced and trusted Training Partners.
We have consistently been recognised by UiPath as a provider of innovative and bespoke training solutions, which enable organisations using UiPath software to maximise the return on their investment.
In these exciting times and against this backdrop of growing global demand from UiPath customers for high quality RPA Training packages, we now wish to appoint an experienced and passionate Head of Training to lead and drive forward our Training business.
Already an experienced UiPath Developer (Advanced level user with a strong command of the tools), you will have a track record of building and enhancing Learning pathways and relish passing your knowledge onto others.
You can expect a lot of variety in the training solutions you deliver; we offer training ‘for all’ from ‘Citizen’ through to Advanced Developer level and have also built and offer custom products for enterprises including ‘Process Mining’.
All Training is virtual instructor-led and delivered in English, with many of our classes delivered to US companies. We are therefore particularly keen to talk with North America based Trainers.
We are also keen to hear from applicants based in Europe who are flexible and happy to adjust their schedule to deliver our product in U.S. time zones (most classes are run EST).
You must love training and have previously delivered technical training (ideally UiPath). A strong all round appreciation of UiPath’s current product set is also important.
In addition to delivering our training packages, your input will be sought on proposal writing, showcasing our training products to potential new customers and building bespoke learning programs for clients.
You will also have access to a small and experienced team, who will act as support trainers (‘virtual floor walkers’).