Selector is building an operational intelligence platform for digital infrastructure. By adopting an AI/ML-based analytics approach, the platform provides actionable multi-dimensional insights to network, cloud, and application operators. It enables operations teams to meet their KPIs through seamless collaboration, search-driven conversational user experience, and automated data engineering pipelines.
Our solutions are used by leading Telecoms, Media Providers, Retail, and Professional Sports organizations worldwide. Our novel approach and rapidly expanding footprint put us in the unique position for continued growth to become a category leader. To fuel our growth, we seek passionate, high-energy, results-oriented individuals to join our team.
Our mission is to deliver world-class solutions on behalf of the large enterprise. Supported by leading investors, Selector is uniquely positioned to deliver a world-class solution to address large enterprise requirements across the globe.
Selector offers a discretionary PTO policy, health insurance, 401k, the opportunity for a bonus, and more.
Selector is seeking a Principal Technical Trainer to join our growing Product team. Reporting to the VP of Product Management, you will focus on developing quality, innovative technical resources, and training materials to support our enterprise customers.
Selector's Technical Trainers fuel Selector's growth by accelerating the adoption of our platform by partnering with internal teams, developing deep subject matter expertise, and otherwise thinking through how best to enable our customers to leverage Selector better.
Our Technical Trainers share their technical and product expertise with customers and prospects through documentation, demos, and presentations.
A successful candidate will be able to communicate effectively across multiple departments and customers, shift gears at a moment's notice, and enjoy the challenges of working with enterprise clients. If you're established within the monitoring or observability space with knowledge of the networking domain, we should talk.