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About OpenMind

OpenMind is a rapidly growing non-profit EdTech startup that leverages behavioral science to equip people with skills to communicate and collaborate across differences. We translate the best psychological research into tools that are engaging, scalable, and evidence-based to help people bridge divides and thrive in our complex digital age.

OpenMind was co-founded by social psychologist Jonathan Haidt, the author of the bestsellers The Righteous Mind and The Coddling of the American Mind. Since launching in 2017, our tools have reached more than 45,000 people in more than 450 classrooms and 50 organizations and companies, across 15 countries.

Our Hiring Process

At OpenMind, we strive to create a fair, efficient, and engaging hiring experience. We hope you'll find that the process honors your time and provides ample opportunity for you to learn as much about us as we learn about you.

We follow a similar hiring process for most positions, although it may differ slightly for each role.

  • Step 1: After you apply, a recruiter may reach out to you for an introductory call.
  • Step 2: If your background is a good fit for the role, we'll give you a chance to show off your skills with a role-specific task (usually they only take 1-2 hours to complete). Around the same time, we'll typically invite you to a short info call with a member of the team. This call is a chance for you to ask your questions, and learn more about the role, organization, and team from someone who's a part of it. 
  • Step 3: If your performance task is strong, you'll advance to interview with other members of the OpenMind team on Zoom. For a senior leadership role, that might include 3-4 interviews with several people. For an entry-level role, it might be just 1 interview with 1 person.

OpenMind is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.