Learning Designer, Reliability Programs
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In-office locations: Sunnyvale, CA, USA.
Remote location(s): California, USA.
- 5 years of experience with data driven evaluation of training courses, tools, and materials
- 5 years of experience designing, developing, delivering technical training in various formats including instructor-led and remote environments
- Experience using e-learning tools to deliver self-paced/remote learning experiences
- Experience designing and developing learning assets such as course content, visuals, documentation, etc.
- Technical fluency in large system design and architecture
About the job
As a member of the Site Reliability Engineering Education (SRE EDU) team, our mission is to advance understanding and adoption of reliability principles, practices, and culture at Google. We are a global team that shapes the future of the SRE organization, perpetuating a common culture and understanding of production. We run multiple training programs across the lifecycle of an engineer and scale our offering through volunteers and judicious automation. SRE EDU is the go-to team for reliability-focused education and for driving a culture of reliability within Google.
- Assess and scope the reliability training needs across Google's engineering organization with a focus on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)/Technical Infrastructure.
- Be knowledgeable of instructional design methodology and adult learning concepts, principles and practices with experience applying this knowledge to adult learners.
- Manage end-to-end design, development, launch and continuous execution of technical education content for experienced engineers.
- Collaborate with SRE teams and subject matter experts to develop and maintain regularly scheduled training for all offices.
- Conduct needs analysis, design scalable learning solutions, develop facilitator guides, web content, and evaluation strategies.
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