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Technical Education Consultant(s)

Company Name:
EMC Corporation
DUTIES: Design, develop and deliver training and assessments for EMC Global Services, their partners and customers. Courses in the curriculum will include both classroom training and eLearning. Focused in one or more disciplines of EMC technology (storage platforms, storage networking, business continuity, backup/recovery, archive, virtualization and/or application integration) will work with both corporate and field stakeholders to ensure that courses, assessments and certification exams are technically accurate and relevant to the current field environment. Attain and maintain experience with any or all of the following EMC technologies - ViPR, Watch4net, Unified Infrastructure Manager, EMC ControlCenter, EMC Smarts Suite, SRM, SAS, Storage Systems (VMAX, VNX, VPLEX, Isilon, Atmos) and VMware software solutions, Data Center Automation and Orchestration, Storage Resource Management software and techniques, and knowledge of Business Continuity, Data Replication, Flash, and/or Backup, Recovery, and Archive domains. May be assigned to various, unanticipated sites throughout the United States.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors degree or equivalent in Comp. Sci., Engi (any), Business, Math, Physics, or related technical field plus 24 months experience in job offered or computer-related occupation. Education or experience must include: 1) Platforms and Applications (Windows Server 2012/2008/2003, RHEL 6.2, Lotus Dominos 7 & 8, BES, Active Directory, Exchange Server, MS Cluster, Citrix, VMware vCloud Director), 2) Network Administration(TCP/IP, VPN), 3) Database: SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft Access, and 4) Tools (VMware, Microsoft Office Suite, Visio, MS Project, SharePoint, Windows Powershell, Captivate, Camtasia, Sound Forge Studios). Experience may be gained concurrently. Any suitable combination of education, training or experience is acceptable. Employer will accept three or four year bachelors degrees.
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