Entry-level Field Technicians Needed

CompTIA is currently seeking IT professionals with basic entry-level technical backgrounds to participate in an analysis workshop for our A+ Certification objectives.

During the analysis workshop, Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) will review, discuss, and organize knowledge and skills statements related to the CompTIA A+ Certification. CompTIA’s goal is to identify core knowledge and skills learned at set intervals, during the very first stages of a technician’s career. For more information on CompTIA’s training resources, visit us here.

Assistance from SMEs is crucial in providing relevant input. While it is preferred that SMEs are A+ certified, or have equivalent or higher credentials, potential SMEs must have:

  • Approximately 1–2 years of recent experience an entry-level position supporting and troubleshooting a variety of computing devices and operating systems (entry-level applicants only).
  • Experience may also include general security support, networking support, printer support, and troubleshooting of various hardware and software systems

SMEs who attend the workshop will receive:

  • An honorarium of $500 for the four-day workshop, pending adequate level of participation
  • 3 hours each day
  • Potential for future engagements and opportunities with the learning development department

When: September 21-24, 2020
Where: Remote via Zoom

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Only professionals with the relevant experience and requirements should apply. Subject Matter Experts who work with the learning department on training content are exempt from future opportunities as Subject Matter Experts with the Exam Development department. Although CompTIA appreciates interest from the training community, applications from trainers, authors, or individuals who may profit or materially benefit from knowledge of the CompTIA credential content are not eligible to participate. For more information on this disclosure click here.

If you have questions about the application process, email [email protected].