Join us as we pursue our disruptive new vision to make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. We are a company filled with people who are passionate about our product and seek to deliver the best experience for our customers. At Splunk, we’re committed to our work, customers, having fun and most importantly to each other’s success. Learn more about Splunk careers and how you can become a part of our journey!
Splunk is looking for a Technical Curriculum Developer Intern for Summer 2023! You will work on a real project (or a few) and have an opportunity to enjoy our dynamic, startup-like environment. You will help upskill thousands of engineers by designing and implementing world-class technical learning programs.
You will experience Splunking and what defines our culture while honing the skills which separate our teams from others. Working to support internal engineering needs, you will collaborate with multi-functional teams, receive mentorship, and gain insight into our values-driven process. Our goal is both to support your growth and development while empowering you for a successful start to your career.
The goal of the Engineering Enablement & Education team is to build a world-class engineering organization through learning and knowledge sharing. The programs and solutions delivered by the team enable technical productivity and engineers’ growth to meet their career goals. Programs include technical onboarding, Tech Talks, internal technical documentation, code labs, technical training classes, and hackathons.
You will have the opportunity to:
- Learn from our engineers to understand how Splunk products work and how our software is designed, developed, tested, and deployed
- Follow instructional design methodologies to analyze knowledge gaps, assess training needs, and develop engaging live or self-paced learning programs
- Build and maintain classroom content, labs, and codebases
- Develop or maintain tools that optimize training delivery and operations
- Foster a culture of learning that promotes inclusion and diversity in our teams, interactions, and learning models
- Actively pursuing a Bachelor's, Master's, or PhD in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics or a related technical field, and a strong record of academic achievement
- At least one semester/quarter remaining to complete after the internship
- Available to work 40 hours a week for 10-12 weeks
- Demonstrated ability to learn
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a diverse group of technical subject-matter experts to create, maintain, and deliver technical content
- Exposure to technical curriculum development, technical writing, or delivering live classroom training
- Understanding of how software engineers learn and acquire new skills and knowledge
- Ability to assess knowledge gaps and learning needs through various data points
- Ability to successfully collaborate with geographically distributed teams