Japanese Market Development Manager – Udemy (San Francisco, CA)
Title: Japanese Market Development Manager
Salary: TBD, Full-time, including travel
Location: San Francisco, CA
Thanks to JET alum, Mark Frey (Kumamoto-ken) for passing along the following job opening:
The Japanese Market Development Manager will be part of Udemy’s Business Development team and support market development and expansion in several key areas for the Japanese market.
We’re looking for a dynamic and experienced manager to drive and support efforts accelerating the growth and adoption of Udemy in Japan and establish Udemy as the leading online education marketplace where people would come to sharpen their skills to change their lives through learning. You will be involved in key aspects of the Japanese market: partnerships, operations, and other areas as needed. We’ve experienced tremendous growth over the last few years and this role will be key to scaling our business development and operations moving forward.
The ideal candidate for this role will be a candidate who can successfully partner cross-functionally with a variety of teams within Udemy and Udemy’s partner in Japan, to expand Udemy’s reach and scale Udemy’s operations in Japan. Attention to detail, experience in business development and operations relevant to the Japanese market, strong English and Japanese communication skills, and working in a high growth business environment are a must. Strong candidates should be comfortable working in an evolving environment, analytical, able to connect the dots, and a strong communicator.
This is a full-time position located in our San Francisco office and will include travel to Japan from time to time. This role reports to the Director of Business Development.
Application Process: For more information and to apply, please click here. If you decide to apply, please mention you learned about the job through JETwit and feel free to mention Mark’s name as well.
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