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\nDataRobot has collected a few of the best and brightest Data Scientists in the world and we want to share our knowledge. To do so, DataRobot is building a world class educational training organization to deliver an advanced training in Data Science industry. Our Data Science Educator will play a key role in the distributing data science knowledge within the world, developing training program that can ensure the success of DataRobot education department’s success. You will work closely with data science experts and top kagglers to design the curriculum, content, and exercises for DataRobot’s education offerings. \n\nKey duties and responsibilities\n\n\n* Develop and maintain and teach training courses for employees, prospects, customers, partners and university students\n\n* Rapidly develop exercises for training modules, presentations, and accompanying materials for effective learning solutions\n\n* Develop a thorough understanding of our product, learning the product functionality inside and out.\n\n* Learn how the product is being sold, deployed, and used by customers.\n\n* Assist our Director of Education Services / Lead Curriculum Developer to employ instructional design principles appropriate to the audience and work environment specified.\n\n* Network with Universities\n\n\n


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