We hire people who are passionate about learning. We are laser focused on developing beautiful technology and engaging content that is accessible to all, and to do that we need people who understand and believe in the life changing impact of learning.
At Skillsoft, you are working for the market leader. Skillsoft is not a start-up, but our people bring the passion, energy, creativity and drive that defines an entrepreneurial spirit. Our people are confident, audacious and proud of innovation. We are constantly looking for ways to improve the learning experience for our users, our customers and our staff. Not only have we invested more in software/content development than anyone in our space, we invest in research around new forms of learning that will continue to redefine the market. We work hard to create a great environment that reflects our technology background and offers career progression and mobility, and as the global leader, we have a network of global offices that bring diverse ideas, perspectives and experience that mirrors the diversity of our global user base. We give back to our communities, and we encourage and enable our people to give back too.
If you want to help educate the world, you should be with the world leader.
Come join our team!
THE WAY WE WORK
Our people are hardworking, talented, innovative and passionate, and we encourage communication through our open door policy. Individual voices seeking change to improve efficiency are encouraged. Our casual and down to earth environment is symbolic of the people at Skillsoft. At our US headquarters, we all have workstations (no private offices), we wear our jeans and encourage team work and camaraderie. Whether someone is in sales, development or finance, we have one common goal at Skillsoft – delivering the best learning experience for our customers.
“I appreciate the results-oriented culture here at Skillsoft, as well as the growth opportunities it provides to employees at all levels to contribute to the development and innovation of our business.”– Mark Onisk