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Position Summary: The Manager of Educational Services is responsible for managing the daily efforts of the Educational Services team, mapping out strategic direction, and for the delivery of role-based curriculum of instructor-led, web-based, and eLearning courses that meet our4/6/2015 Boston, MA Save This Job
Delphix is a rapidly growing Enterprise Virtual Data-on-Demand platform. We are looking for talented Product Managers who are eager to jump into a fast moving organization and assume responsibility for research and coordination across a number of teams, products, and3/23/2015 San Francisco, CA Save This Job
Technical training specialists who have created and delivered virtual and classroom courses can show the full range of their abilities as an Sales and Marketing Education Manager at Webroot in Broomfield, CO. Highly qualified remote or relocation candidates will also be4/29/2015 Broomfield, CO Save This Job
San Mateo, CAFull-time Company Description Alfresco provides modern software built on open-standards that unlocks the power of business-critical content. With control that IT demands and simplicity that end users love, Alfresco's open source technology enables global4/20/2015 San Mateo, CA Save This Job
Bill.com is changing the way businesses do business with one another. Historically, automation of business workflows and fast efficient payment processing have been primarily leveraged by Fortune 1000 enterprises. Smaller companies muddled through with home-grown workflow systems5/26/2015 Palo Alto, CA Save This Job