Indian edtech company, Hero Vired, is gearing to expand its existing team of 100 professionals. It plans to take on 150 people by March 2022.
The platform for professionals and students, requires 30 professionals for its technology and product team, 50 for its learning excellence team, 50 for sales, 10 for marketing and about 10 for finance, IT and administration.
The new hires will undergo a 30-day boot camp before they take on their roles. The Company prefers candidates who demonstrate integrity and passion, focus on results, carry an entrepreneurial mindset, are curious and possess a winning spirit.
Akshay Munjal, founder and CEO, Hero Vired, is confident that given the penetration of the Internet and smart devices across India, the country “is poised to spearhead the global edtech revolution”.
Munjal reveals that the Company has “expanded our offerings and capabilities steadily since launching in April this year with an aim to catalyse the transition from traditional to online and blended learning.”
A startup venture of the Hero Group, Hero Vired follows a dynamic approach to attract, reward and retain talent, offering competitive pay packages, company stocks and equity to the top talent. Additionally, it offers bi-annual appraisal cycles, attractive incentives and rewards for revenue teams, and monthly recognition and awards for top performers. It also offers medical and general hospitalisation benefits to all its employees
Satyajit Menon, SVP and head of people and culture, Hero Vired, points out that Hero Vired “provides our learners cutting-edge skills, industry-best mentors and faculties, and expertise through our premium global programmes that truly create value, and importantly, employability.”
As the aim of Hero Vired is to be “the world’s finest learning organisation”, the Company wishes to hire “talent that’s not just looking for a job but also contributes to the nation-building process of creating a futuristic workforce”.
Catering to individuals as well as enterprises, Hero Vired focuses on upskilling and reskilling India’s professional community to bolster the talent pool with industry-ready employees.
It offers a customised curriculum in areas such as full-stack development, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, finance & fintech, game design and leadership, entrepreneurial thinking, and innovation.
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