Build the University of the Future

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Come use your skills to build the next great American institution of higher learning. We’re not building courseware, we’re building a university. Work in a dynamic, collaborative, creative environment with other smart, talented people from around the world. Minerva is the right place for those who enjoy challenging assumptions, forging new paths and accomplishing things that have not been done before.

Faculty Positions
Business Management Faculty

Minerva is currently appointing faculty to teach undergraduate courses in business management beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. We seek part-time and full-time faculty at the Assistant, Associate and Professor levels.


Excited about joining one of the most innovative institutions in higher education today? As a student-centric program, we focus on learning outcomes, small interactive class sessions, and deep engagement between faculty and students with feedback given in both directions. Because all classes are taught on our technology platform, you have complete flexibility to teach at Minerva from any geographic location. Students live and study in many global cities, so teaching days and hours often fall outside the range of a typical business day.

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Outreach Positions
Graduate Programs Marketing Lead

Minerva is moving from pilot phase to a more comprehensive rollout of our Masters of Science in Decision Analysis (MDA) program. In order to support this market rollout and find talented students from around the world, we are looking for someone entrepreneurial, creative, adaptable, and strategic to join our marketing team.


In this role, you will move between big picture, strategic questions and hands-on tactical execution. If you are an effective, cross-functional team player and are excited to roll up your sleeves and work on all aspects of marketing, we would love to meet you.


This role will report to the Head of Global Marketing and work collaboratively with the outreach and marketing teams, as well as the cross-functional Masters Program project team.

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Regional Manager, South & Southeast Asia

Minerva is enrolling bright, talented and intensely curious students who will push themselves to grow intellectually and socially. In order to find and enroll these students, awareness about Minerva’s model and targeted outreach, particularly among key stakeholders, is essential.


For this role Minerva is looking for someone to grow our brand awareness in South and Southeast Asia, to lead regional outreach, talent identification, partnerships, awareness-building activities, and relevant efforts in the ASEAN region (Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, The Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, etc.) and in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. The position requires 1) dedication to an entrepreneurial environment, 2) ability to manage from strategy through to execution, 3) creativity to design novel partnership initiatives, 4) relationship management and engagement with key stakeholders, and 5) the passion and drive to deliver impressive results. We want someone passionate about the future of higher education with a proven record engaging tomorrow’s leaders and a desire to build something lasting from scratch.


This role is based in the region. There will be extensive travel visiting with key constituents across the region.

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Operations Positions
Managing Director of Business Development

The Managing Director of Business Development will extend Minerva’s mission across the higher education sector, the executive education market and, collegiate pathway programs. In this position you will be responsible for securing long-term relationships with partners that are looking to use Minerva’s curriculum, pedagogy and technology to dramatically improve their student learning outcomes, furthering Minerva’s mission of nurturing critical wisdom for the sake of the world through better education.


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Customer Support Manager

As Customer Support Manager, you will oversee a team of work-study students and contractors to develop our customer support for both Minerva Schools at KGI students and faculty and administrators along with Minerva’s other clients. This will be a mix of overseeing the work done by work-study students and contractors, to defining more rigorous processes, to using data analysis to understand how product changes could increase customer satisfaction.


This role is a great way to enter Minerva at a pivotal moment, learn by doing and set yourself up to grow an organization for the future.  


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Student Experience Positions
Career Coach and Talent Development: Manager/Associate, London

In this role, you will take a student-centric approach to help students grow professionally and achieve their desired career outcomes, guiding them through the appropriate mix of 1-1 interactions and group workshops.


You will be based in London, where students spend the Fall semester of their fourth and final year at Minerva, but the role may involve travel to other cities in Minerva’s global rotation (e.g., Buenos Aires and San Francisco) as well as some virtual work with students while they are based in other locations.


You’ll have the opportunity to shape a new approach to how universities prepare students for the Future of Work, while working with an intellectually diverse group of students that come to Minerva from around the world (more than 60 countries are represented in our undergraduate population).

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Career Coach and Talent Development: Manager/Associate, Berlin

In this role, you will take a student-centric approach to help students grow professionally and achieve their desired career outcomes, guiding them through the appropriate mix of 1-1 interactions and group workshops.


You will be based in Berlin, where students spend the Fall semester of their third year at Minerva, but the role may involve travel to other cities in Minerva’s global rotation (e.g., Buenos Aires, Hyderabad, London and San Francisco) as well as some virtual work with students while they are based in other locations.


You’ll have the opportunity to shape a new approach to how universities prepare students for the Future of Work, while working with an intellectually diverse group of students that come to Minerva from around the world (more than 60 countries are represented in our undergraduate population).


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City Experience Manager, Buenos Aires

The City Experience Manager will lead experiential learning development and civic partnerships in Buenos Aires. The role will be responsible for preparing students to be successful personally and professionally post-graduation through programs and experiences that will develop interpersonal dexterity and facilitate applied learning. In addition, the CEM will build community and form partnerships with thought-leaders in the city to curate a portfolio of civic projects that students can pursue to learn and meaningfully impact the city.


This role will report into the global director of Student Experience. The role is based in Buenos Aires with potential for relocation to future Minerva cities (London, Seoul, Hyderabad, Berlin, Taipei, San Francisco) based on expertise, performance, and skill set.


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City Experience Manager, San Francisco

The City Experience Manager will lead experiential learning development and civic partnerships in San Francisco. The role will be responsible for preparing students to be successful personally and professionally post-graduation through a series of workshops and experiences that will develop interpersonal dexterity and facilitate applied learning. In addition, the CEM will build community and form partnerships with thought-leaders in the city to curate a portfolio of civic projects that students can pursue to learn and meaningfully impact the city.


This role will report into the global director of Student Experience and work collaboratively with the Community Development Manager for San Francisco. The role is based in San Francisco with potential for relocation to future Minerva cities (Seoul, Hyderabad, Buenos Aires, Taipei, London) based on expertise, performance, and skill set.


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Community Development Manager

Minerva is seeking a globally-minded community builder, passionate about experiential learning, student development, and character education to manage the “community experience” for Minerva, in-city (currently in San Francisco, Seoul, Hyderabad). This is someone who is capable of developing the strategy and high-level vision for a world-class experiential learning program and is then able to work closely with students, faculty, and staff to execute on those plans.

  • Fluency (written and verbal) in English is required

  • Fluency in Korean and / or Hindi preferred (German, Spanish, Mandarin are added bonuses)

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Student Affairs Positions
Manager of Student Affairs and Operations, Hyderabad

Minerva is seeking a Manager of Student Affairs & Operations to oversee and run our Hyderabad city operations. Candidates must speak English. The Manager must be from the area and connected to the community so that he/she knows how to operate locally for all the needs stated below. The Manager must have and be able to build strong relationships with government and private organizations and have experience in facilities management, student residential life, student services, student health and safety, people management, staff development, and crisis/emergency management.

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Manager of Student Services and Operations

We are looking for an experienced higher education administrator to coordinate Global Student Services at our headquarters in San Francisco. A successful candidate will bring a solid understanding of administrative processes in order to provide efficient and effective services to students. Student Services includes the following key areas of responsibility:

Enrollment Process: Oversee the online non-academic enrollment process, called Prepare, through which all required documents are collected, updated and tracked so that required information is distributed each academic term.

Visa Services: Serve as a Designated School Official (DSO) for all students, issue initial I-20 Certificate of Eligibility Forms and authorize Curricular Practical Training (CPT); assist the Director of Global Student Services with coordination of visas to each country where students will live and study to ensure that each student has the proper authorization to enter and remain in each country for their studies there.

Medical Insurance: Track all student communications and decisions with regard to enrollment in Minerva insurance plans; maintain working relationships with insurance brokers to ensure that all Minerva students have proper medical insurance coverage in all global locations.

Disability Services: Serve as liaison to students and disability consultant and academic team to ensure that students who request accommodations are reviewed and granted accommodations are properly documented.

Student Records: Maintain policies and procedures for student data for visas (where applicable) and (Fidelis) data in order to serve the needs of Minerva staff at HQ and at remote locations. Collaborate in developing new policies and procedures as needed.


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Residence Life Coordinator, Berlin

Minerva is seeking an experienced Residential Life/Student Affairs professional to join the Student Affairs team in Berlin. Reporting to the Berlin Director of Student Affairs & Operations, the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is the live-in professional with overall responsibility for supporting students in the housing where the students live, work and study. Specifically, the coordinator is the central point of contact for students and supports the health, safety and welfare of students, along with promoting a rich cultural experience in Germany. The role includes supporting about 150 Minerva students from the Class of 2020 (third years) as they complete a semester of studies in Berlin from the end of August through December 2018. The RLC works closely with the Mental Health, Student Services, Student Experience, Technology, and Outreach teams at Minerva. This role is best suited to those who love working directly with students on a daily basis and wants to develop their skills as student affairs professionals. Successful applicants must be polished, professional and enthusiastic.

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Residence Life Coordinator, London

Minerva is seeking an experienced Residential Life/Student Affairs professional to join the Student Affairs team in London as they launch the city. Reporting to the London Director of Student Affairs & Operations, the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is the live-in professional with overall responsibility for supporting students in the housing where the students live, work and study. Specifically, the coordinator is the central point of contact for students and supports the health, safety and welfare of students, along with promoting a rich cultural experience in the United Kingdom. The role includes supporting about 100 Minerva students from the Class of 2019 (fourth years) as they complete a semester of studies in London from the end of August through December 2018. The RLC works closely with the Mental Health, Student Services, Student Experience, Professional Development, Technology, and Outreach teams at Minerva. This role is best suited to those who love working directly with students on a daily basis and wants to develop their skills as student affairs professionals. Successful applicants must be polished, professional and enthusiastic.

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Residence Life Coordinator, San Francisco

Minerva is seeking an experienced Residential Life/Student Affairs professional to join the Student Affairs & Operations team. Reporting to the Chief Student Affairs Officer and Global Director of Student Affairs, the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is the live-in professional with overall responsibility for supporting students in one of the two Minerva residence halls in San Francisco. Specifically, the coordinator is the central point of contact for students and supports the health, safety and welfare of students. The role requires high-level interfacing with prospective and enrolled students, families, and other external constituents. The RLC works closely with the Mental Health, Student Services, Student Experience, Technology, and Outreach teams at Minerva. The two coordinators are also the central conduit of information between Minerva staff and first-year students. These roles are best suited to those who love working directly with students on a daily basis and want to develop their skills as student affairs professionals. Successful applicants must be polished, professional and enthusiastic.

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Residence Life Coordinator, Seoul

Minerva is seeking two experienced Residential Life/Student Affairs professionals to join the Student Affairs team in Seoul to support the health, safety and welfare of students during the fall 2018 semester. Reporting to the Seoul Director of Student Affairs & Operations, the Residence Life Coordinators are the live-in professionals with overall responsibility for supporting students in the housing where the students live, work and study. The job includes supporting about 190 Minerva students from the Class of 2021 (second years) as they complete a semester of studies in Seoul from the end of August through December 2018. Specifically, the coordinator is the central point of contact for students in relation to visas, alien registration in Korea, Hanyang University partnership, insurance, access to healthcare, city resources, etc. It requires interfacing with students, emergency contacts, and other external constituents while working with a small Seoul-based team to ensure the health, safety and rich cultural experience in Korea. This role is best suited to those who love working directly with students on a daily basis and want to develop their skills as student affairs professionals. Applicants must be polished, professional, enthusiastic and be willing to live in housing, located in Yongsan-gu, with students for the four months of their residency.

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Key Benefits

Located in the heart of San Francisco

Generous equity stake

Unlimited vacation time

Health, dental and vision plans

Help make a meaningful impact on higher education and society at large

Minerva is assembling an exceptional team, dedicated to reinventing every aspect of the university experience to provide students with the best education possible.

Employees will have the opportunity to work in a dynamic, collaborative, creative environment with other smart, talented people from around the world. Minerva is the right place for those who enjoy challenging assumptions, forging new paths and accomplishing things that have not been done before.

Every individual in our organization is driven to positively impact our collective future by ensuring the most exceptional students in the world fulfill their extraordinary potential.

 

 

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