At Cloud Academy we are on a mission to educate the world about cloud technologies. We create content and technology and mix them together to serve people in 140+ countries with the best and latest skills available in the cloud field. We love helping our customers building better software and infrastructure, keeping their skills always up to date!
How do we do it? With amazing people in our team. Some of us build the technology in our platform to do it, and some others are building amazing content (from self-assessment to real hands-on practice!) to satisfy our customers’ daily challenges!
We want your attention today because we have a number of amazing positions opened in our headquarters in San Francisco (US) and in our European offices in Switzerland. You are going to join a great team passionate about cloud and technology and experience in both the US and Europe working with both our teams and spending time in both our offices.
We are launching challenging projects within our product and engineering team and looking for passionate cloud engineers to join our content team!
Cloud, DevOps and the next 10 years in the IT industry
At Cloud Academy we measure everything we do and extend that thinking in supporting customers to do the same while learning new skills enabling career advancement and personal growth. We provide training with different tools and technologies: video courses, an adaptive learning system within our quizzes and explanations and real hands-on labs. We want everyone to succeed with techniques that best match their personal learning style.
Our customers are large and small. They are people and teams finding solutions that keep their tech talent updated on everything Cloud. In addition to enterprise customers, Cloud Academy has thousands of individuals in more than 140 countries unlocking Cloud potential. These students are becoming experts on AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform and many other Cloud solutions.
We are imaging the future of the IT industries and empowering people worldwide using cloud technologies to build great software and companies.
Ready? Look at our open positions and apply!
Mendrisio, Ticino, Switzerland · Product team
AWS Content Developer
San Francisco, California, United States · Content/Engineering Team
Mendrisio, Ticino, Switzerland
Mendrisio, Ticino, Switzerland · Product team
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