About Mindvalley

Mindvalley is the leading and most promising ed-tech company to date. We dominate the US market for Personal Growth Education. We are empowering athletes within every major US sports team and promoting successful learning strategies in major companies.

We innovate tools that induce enlightenment within every aspect of human life. We are seeking the best engineers to build the best and most advanced education platform our species has seen. The goal to mark our success is: powering up to 100 countries, powering every Fortune 500 company, and progressing humanity towards a better future.

About the Role:

The Partnerships Programs & Scale Specialist will be instrumental in driving the growth and effectiveness of our partnerships. This role requires the ability to develop, manage, and scale partnership programs for Tier 1-4, and to design innovative scale mechanisms.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement comprehensive partnership programs that align with Mindvalley's strategic objectives and increase our market reach and impact.
  • Design, manage, and scale partnership programs, focusing on innovative methods to ensure sustained growth and partnership effectiveness.
  • Analyze partnership performance using key metrics, providing deep insights and recommendations for improvement and growth.
  • Manage the creation and maintenance of partnership dashboards, ensuring accurate and timely reporting of partnership status and progress to internal stakeholders.
  • Collaborate cross-functionally with other departments to ensure partnerships align with overall business goals and strategies.
  • Continually monitor industry trends and competitive landscape to identify opportunities for new partnership programs or improvements to existing ones.
  • Develop, manage, and scale partnership programs for Tier 1-4 to ensure sustained growth and partnership effectiveness.
  • Analyze partnership performance, providing insights and recommendations for improvement.
  • Manage partnership dashboards and reporting, keeping stakeholders informed of partnership status and progress.
  • Design scale mechanisms that facilitate the growth and expansion of partnerships across all tiers.

Key Requirements:

  • Proven experience in developing, managing, and scaling partnership programs in a similar industry.
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to analyze data, interpret results, and make data-driven decisions.
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to influence and engage various stakeholders and build strong relationships.
  • Strong project management skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines.
  • Self-motivated with a results-driven approach, and a strong desire to innovate and succeed.
  • Good to have: Experience with partnership dashboards and reporting tools, with the ability to present complex data in a clear and concise manner.

Mindvalley is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.

 

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