Coursera is scaling a global platform to provide universal access to the world’s best education, and we’re motivated by the passion and mission to transform lives through learning. Our platform has reached over 30 million learners worldwide and we have partnered with 150+ elite universities around the globe with over 2,000 courses in our catalog. We offer Courses, Specializations, Certificates, and Degrees to meet the needs and goals of the diverse learners who come to Coursera.
In 2016, we began offering fully accredited online Masters degrees which provide a more convenient, lower-cost, “stackable” means of earning credentials identical to their traditional on-campus counterparts. We also launched Coursera for Business, partnering with enterprise companies around the world to provide access to curated skill development for their employees.
With our University and Industry Partners, we have built a strong catalog of computer science courses, Specializations, and degrees. We are looking for someone who will build upon this solid foundation and take our flagship category to the next level, shaping the future of a world-class education in computer science.
We are looking for an entrepreneurial content manager who is passionate about education. This person should have extensive knowledge in the field of computer science (defined broadly), be passionate about designing curriculum and learning experiences in this field, have experience delivering business results, and have the entrepreneurial drive to operate effectively within a startup. As the Content Manager for Computer Science content, you manage the health and performance of the computer science domain. You have a strategic vision for Coursera’s computer science content and credentials, and will work across the organization (with Partnerships, Product, Marketing and more) to make computer science content and its learners successful. This is a highly external facing role, and we are looking for a strong communicator who is comfortable presenting their ideas to high level stakeholders at Universities and companies.