Ironhack is an education startup that was founded to disrupt the way we learn about technology. We think it sucks that we’ve been learning the same way since the Industrial Revolution, so we empower students to find meaningful careers in software development or product design by offering immersive learning experiences to extremely motivated people.
Our higher purpose is to transform the education space by making it more customer-centric and outcomes-driven. Students finish our program with a new way of thinking and approaching problems, resulting in new jobs, companies they’ve built, or promotions at their current jobs.
Some quick facts:
Founded by Wharton and Harvard grads in the fall of 2013
Operations in Miami, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Mexico City and Berlin (with 2 new campuses coming!)
100% YoY Growth (help us to keep it going!)
Already graduated over 1,000 students
50+ global team members + VC-backed
#About the gig
We’re looking for a Growth Manager in Miami that will help us take our Miami campus to the next level. The Growth Manager will work closely with the General Manager for Miami. The Growth Manager will be responsible for:
#Is this you?
You have 4+ years of experience in a growth / marketing or related field (tech and startup experience a plus) and have the data to quantify your impact
You are a creative and strategic thinker
You are comfortable analyzing metrics, running A/B experiments and working with industry-standard marketing tools
Extremely organized and take a methodical approach to solving any kind of problem
You are super ambitious and motivated (are you ready to take on the challenge of doubling the size of our Miami campus every year?!)
You’re passionate about education or technology…even better if both!
Really positive + solution-oriented when things get crazy. You smile often and are fun to work with :)
You like challenges and enjoy having tons of autonomy with no bureaucratic BS
The moment you get out of bed, you’re getting stuff done. 100% do-er attitude
Strong communication skills. You’re comfortable both drafting a memo and making a 20 minute presentation to an audience.