Curriculum Developer

Reach’s vision is to bring blockchain to the world by unlocking its feasibility, practicality, and usefulness for the masses. We are making blockchain mainstream. Reach is a programming language and specialized compiler that allows full-stack developers to build decentralized applications at a fraction of the cost, complexity, and time. We are drastically reducing the barrier to entry into blockchain development and are on our way to becoming the central platform developers use to build on blockchain. Our goal is to become the lens through which the world understands the value of decentralization and Web3!

The Curriculum Developer is responsible for designing and developing learning content that helps our subscribers and staff successfully use and adopt Reach’s software. You will quickly master highly advanced technical subjects, design learning objectives, and develop technical learning materials. You will have the opportunity to learn and play with new technologies as you develop technical e-Learning courses, instructor-led courses, and hands-on labs for both staff and subscribers. 

Main Responsibilities:

  • Maintain, evaluate, and support multi-modular programming
  • Demonstrated experience as a learning designer or curriculum developer, or equivalent experience designing, developing, and producing curriculum content
  • Identify areas for improvement and assist in the design, development, and delivery of new course content or learning features that meet the needs of our customers
  • Help to prioritize program milestones, identify and manage cross functional inter dependencies
  • Package the labs and content into short, outcome-oriented training modules
  • Collaborate with subject matter experts and managers to determine learning objectives, performance outcomes, and evaluative strategies, and turn those requirements into a roadmap with clearly scoped courses that have well defined learning paths

Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience in Curriculum Development
  • Strong background in databases and SQL
  • Programming or application development experience in a current language such as C++, Java, Python, JavaScript etc
  • Ability to work cross-functionally amongst engineering, product and development teams
  • Proven experience building and teaching technical training content
  • Strong written / verbal communication skills with the ability to convey information at all levels of the organization
  • Startup experience is preferred

Our Commitment to You:

Reach is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. 

Our Perks:

  • Employee stock-options
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Paid time off
  • Health and dental insurance
  • Competitive salary 

 

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