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Training quality developers at 0 upfront cost

Co-founder/COO

₹1L – ₹10L • 1.0% – 15.0%
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We are an ed-tech startup and been operational for a year now. Our mission is to provide quality tech education to young students and get them top jobs in the tech industry. We value our teaching so much that we don't charge students anything till we get them a job!

The role primarily comes with everything and anything you can imagine happening at a young fast growing startup. You will be juggling multiple hats from exploring new avenues for partnerships and collaborations both on universities and corporate side. To helping strength our on-boarding new batches of students, hiring trainers for different verticals and much more.

Having Marketing or Sales prior experience would be highly beneficial but not mandatory. Overall you should be entrepreneurial with the ability to take risk and looking to take in a leadership role that comes with a lot of responsibility.
Location
Delhi
Job type
Cofounder
Visa sponsorship
Not Available
Experience
6+ years
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Outscal at a glance

Training quality developers at 0 upfront cost

Outscal focuses on South East Asia, Europe, Middle East, and United States. Their company has offices in Delhi. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees.

You can view their website at http://outscal.com or find them on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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