How To Join The Team
We’re seeking A players. I know that definition is vague. But trust us, if you are one, you know it. People at Mindvalley are epic, smart – and well balanced. Mindvalley employees make an impact from day one: they have an opportunity to enjoy early responsibility and rich experiences. Members of our team are encouraged to use their initiative and shape their roles, which keeps them on track of developing individual expertise. Upon being on board you will enjoy responsibility, development opportunities, training, travel and an environment of like-minded people who don’t settle for doing any less than what they love.
What you will need
Your resume in PDF format.
Keep your resume to 1-2 pages
Include links to work samples such as software, designs, or writing you have created so we can see proof of your talent.
Your video cover letter.
Most positions at Mindvalley require a video cover letter
Record yourself speaking in a 3-minute video: Tell us about your mission in life and how you grow yourself each day on the path towards it. How does Mindvalley fit into that journey?
Upload it to the platform of your choice and include the link in your application.
If you are applying for the Technology team. You can skip the video cover letter and send us:
Links to your software, mobile apps or coding samples
A resume in pdf format
Our completed application form elaborating on your background and motivations
Should you pass our initial review, we will send you a coding challenge to prove your skills
What to expect during the selection process
Step 1 - Application
When you find a particular role that interests you, go ahead and hit that ‘Apply’ button - it will take you straight to a form through which you can submit everything required. Not sure which opening best suits your background? Leave your details to join our Talent Community!
Step 2 - Shortlisting
Once you submit your application, it goes through a pre-screening. If we find a match, then your profile is shortlisted and we will contact you to arrange the next step of the process (which could either be a practical test or your first interview, depending on what role you applied for).
Completing a test or practical assignment is required for most opportunities in the Technology and Creative departments.
Step 3 - Mindvalley Interviews
If you’re located outside Malaysia, we will arrange online interviews. If you’re already here, we’ll invite you to our office. We usually organize up to 4 rounds of interviews, and you will have an opportunity to speak to a member of our Culture Team, your potential peers, your manager, and a member of our Executive Team. The interviews are a chance to get to know each other better, and for you to tell us what makes you stand out from the crowd. You can share your career goals, your skills and strengths, as well as areas where you would like to grow. You will get insights into life at Mindvalley and our culture. It’s also a great opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.
Step 4 - Reference Checks
Before we extend the official offer, we will ask you to provide us with reference contacts of peers and supervisors from your previous workplaces. We will check in with them via email or phone to gain some more perspective on our potential future colleague (that’s you!).
Step 5 - The Offer
If you’re successful, you’ll be offered a job. Congratulations, you are about to become an official member of the Mindvalley team!
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens after I’m hired?
So you’ve had your Mindvalley interviews, passed the reference check and received the offer letter. What happens next?
Our People Team will send you all documents together with our pre-arrival employee handbook. We created it especially for our new hires so that they are introduced to Mindvalley, our culture and day-to-day life in the company.
New employees typically join on the first working day of each month, with a week of Induction Training that will help you build a deeper understanding of your new job before you hit the ground running. Throughout your employment you will gain functional skills, in addition to unique exposure to different cultures and ways of working.
How is Mindvalley supporting my relocation if I’m an international?
If you are an international candidate our team will take care of the visa process for you and your family, if applicable. Additionally, if you are an international based outside of Malaysia, our team will also support your relocation to Kuala Lumpur with:
First month accommodation
Flight to Malaysia
Guidance to find your long-term accommodation
If visa is required, it takes about one to two months from receiving the offer to stepping into our office for your first day at work.
If I’m relocating with a family (spouse, children) how is Mindvalley supporting them?
If you are relocating together with your family, rest assured that we will support their visa application and medical insurance as well.
What are the documents that are typically required to apply for a visa in Malaysia?
The documents needed for the visa application are usually as follows:
Passport copy (valid at least 2 years)
Passport photos on a blue background (Malaysian compulsory standard)
Copy of your highest education certificate(s) & transcripts (in English, or a validated copy)
If you are relocating with a spouse, or with family, you will need to provide additional documents:
A copy of your Marriage certificate (in English, or a validated copy)
Birth certificate for your children (if applicable)
Passport copies and official photos of all members of your family.
What can you expect from the on-boarding in Mindvalley?
On your first day, a series of e-mails will bombard your inbox. We will also set you up with a company MacBook (everybody gets one), give you a tour of the headquarters, introduce you to everyone and teach you how to operate the coffee machine.
You will be exposed to Induction Sessions and Introductory Training that will help you build a deeper understanding of your new job before you hit the ground running. Throughout your employment you will gain functional skills, in addition to unique exposure to different cultures and ways of working.
If your role will be based in Tallin, keep in mind that you will be invited to spend the onboarding period (1 or 2 months) in Kuala Lumpur.