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.
Minerva Schools at KGI is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental disability, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local law.
The regional manager outreach manager will grow our brand awareness across Western Europe, and lead direct outreach through talent identification, partnerships, and awareness-building activities in the region. The position requires 1) dedication to an entrepreneurial environment, 2) ability to manage from strategy 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. The ideal candidate has to be passionate about the future of higher education with a proven record and a desire to build something that will last.
This role requires extensive travel throughout Western Europe.Apply
The Marketing Manager plays a critical role on the Minerva Schools at KGI marketing team focused on a major strategic focus of the institution: overseeing Post-Baccalaureate Program growth. This role will develop and implement a strategic plan for the long-term growth of the Masters of Science in Decision Analysis (MDA) program and play a critical role in identifying and promoting additional programs to drive revenue for Minerva Schools.Apply
The Partnerships Program Designer will engage government institutions, public organizations and the private sector in Hyderabad, in order to bring in thought-leaders who will inspire and train our students in their thinking during their semester in Hyderabad. The role is based in Hyderabad starting October 2019 until end of April 2020, with the potential to continue based on expertise, performance, and skillset.Apply
The Partnerships Program Designer will engage government institutions, public organizations and the private sector in Seoul, in order to bring in thought-leaders who will inspire and train our students in their thinking during their semester in Seoul. The role is based in Seoul starting September 2019 until end of December 2020, with potential to continue based on expertise, performance, and skillset.Apply
We are looking for an candidate with strong technology and organizational skills who is interested in serving students to coordinate Global Student Services at our headquarters in San Francisco. Student Services includes the following key areas of responsibility:
Enrollment Process: Implement and monitor 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.
Student Records: Maintain student data for visas (where applicable) and other purposes working across teams.Apply
You’ll be part of a small team that works in close consultation with other teams—including product management, admissions, marketing, academic, and company leadership. Your typical week will include designing, coding, and releasing new features. We’re big on collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and cross-training; and we start every week with a retrospective, so if something’s not working for us, we fix it. Over the medium term, you will receive significant mentoring, feedback, and deliberate career development.
Located in the heart of San Francisco
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.