13 Jun 2016

Full-Time Python Technical Trainer/Developer

EnthoughtAustin, Texas, United States

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Job Description

Enthought seeks talented Python developers with a passion for learning and teaching and solid experience in using Python for scientific computing / data science applications.  You’ll be based out of our downtown Austin office where you’ll spend about 50% of the time working on strategic technical projects; the other 50% of the time you’ll travel to great cities to teach Enthought’s world-class Python workshops to scientists, engineers, analysts, and data scientists across a range of industries. 


Teach live workshops on Python for scientific computing / data science across the U.S. and/or internationally

When in Austin, work on strategic technical projects such as training content development, product development, consulting support

Work with VP of training to maintain and enhance training content, tools, processes, and infrastructure

Desired Skills and Capabilities

Reporting to the VP of Training Solutions, the Python Technical Trainer must be diligent, organized, versatile, and collaborative. Mandatory job requirements include:


Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related area of computer science, mathematics, engineering, or science

2+ years of experience using Python for scientific computing (e.g., analysis, engineering, science, modeling, data science)

2+ years of teaching experience (e.g., trainer, college / university instructor or teaching assistant, or other)

Strong organizational & project management skills

Excellent written and oral communication skills

Must be willing and able to travel regularly (up to 2 weeks per month on average) to teach Python workshops in the U.S. and/or internationally

How to Apply

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to jobs@enthought.com.

Job Categories: Engineering and Featured. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: data science, python, scientific computing, and training.

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