The market for Linux training is heating up and we are looking for more talented folks to become Guru instructors. We recently filled a position (big wave to Clint), but we have several more spots open.
We have traditionally hired via word-of-mouth.
Job details follow...
Job title: Guru
Location: Bountiful, Utah and North America (see description below)
Type: full-time position with benefits
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience
Description: You would be joining an extremely talented team of Linux
enthusiasts. Core job responsibilities include teaching Linux classes
locally and abroad, and developing and updating Linux course materials.
Requirements: Strong Linux administration skills with additional broad topic knowledge in security, networking, scripting, and programming very beneficial. The ability
to communicate effectively is required with an outgoing personality a plus. The willingness and
ability to travel also required.
* No dealing with pointy haired bosses, corporate red-tape, hostile
workplace politics, etc.
* We are a small company that has been in business for 7 profitable
years. Owned 100% by employees with no outside funding allows us
to operate without external pressures.
* Guru Labs environment and culture foster rapid skills development.
You will be constantly working with smart people on cutting edge Linux
projects. Teaching Linux will add a whole new depth to what you thought
you already knew.
* Gurus are actively encouraged to participate in the open source community.
* Fun travel at least 2 weeks a month. We teach Linux classes (both
public enrollment, and private corporate on-site) all over the US and
beyond. Spend your evenings enjoying local attractions and culinary
* Expensed meals from the best restaurants in the country will soon
make all the restaurants in Utah seem a bit dull.
* Being surrounded by geeks with tech gadgets may give you "gadget
envy" and lead to increased electronics purchases.
* Your ego may take a hit as you discover that having your laptop
multi-boot between 5 Linux distros sporting custom kernels that you
built and packaged is suddenly the norm. :)
Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org