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Our story

Learnosity was born from a desire for change.

Back in 2007 our founders Gav and Mark saw that educational technology was treated as an afterthought and left trailing far behind the rapid digital advances in other industries. They believed that because learners owned the future, they deserved not just better technology, but the best.

The drive to make a real difference has taken Learnosity a long way. Having started as a two-man team working from a garden shed in the Irish town of Drogheda, Learnosity has gone on to become one of the world’s top edtech companies, as named by TIME Magazine.

Today Learnosity is the global leader in assessment solutions, but our people are still driven by the same mission.

AI is the next great frontier for assessment—and Learnosity is looking for the brightest minds to help us create a brighter future.

Learnosity co-founders Gav & Mark working together over a laptop.

Have a real-world impact

> 40 M
active learners
750 +
19 bn+
questions delivered

Why join Learnosity?

Our teams are full of thinkers, doers, problem-solvers, and innovators. Because we build technology that supports outside-the-box thinking, we embrace diversity – of nationalities, personalities, lifestyles, backgrounds, cultures, and skills – in working toward a single goal: to improve how learners learn.

Feel good about doing good

We’re facilitators, first and foremost. Our technology gives customers the freedom they need to bring their own ideas to life. Our job is to always democratize innovation, never hoard it.

Be more than a cog in the machine

We don’t have all the answers, but we love figuring stuff out. As a growing company with big ambitions, we work hard to ensure employees are contributors rather than spectators. We give everyone the chance to have their say, make their mark, and help shape our story.

Work wonders with top-tier talent

We’ve spent over a decade going deeper into the nuts and bolts of assessment than anyone, ever. When we say our teams are industry leaders, we say it with our hands on our hearts.

Help drive an entire industry forward

They say a rising tide lifts all boats. Our tools are being used to build amazing new learning products in edtech. As a result, our work touches the lives of millions of learners the world over.

We put people first

Our people are at the core of our success and we want everyone at Learnosity to love what they do, believe in why they do it, and feel appreciated for their efforts in making it happen.

That’s why we nurture an employee-centric work environment. From hackathons to post-work brews and board games, from flexible work hours to continuous learning and career mobility—we do all we can to support employee growth while striking a happy work-life balance.

We use the very best technology in our day-to-day activities, including the latest AI models.
We support continuous learning with access to a yearly Learning & Development fund.
We accommodate life beyond the office with flexible working hours.
We offer paid parental leave—family comes first.
We celebrate diversity and inclusion across our global offices.
Your health is your wealth—we support it with dental cover and healthcare plans.
We help you prepare for life in the long haul with a generous pension plan.

Our values

Education is a human right

Education is a human right

We believe that education and learning opportunities should be equitable, inclusive, and accessible to all. Our mission is to advance education and learning worldwide with best-in-class technology.

Do the right thing

Do the right thing

Fairness is the bedrock of our business. We’re open, honest, and take full responsibility.

Aim higher

Aim higher

We keep raising the bar by not shying away from tackling the biggest challenges.

Success is better shared

Success is better shared

Great things happen when everyone pulls in the same direction. We win together by working together.

Life at Learnosity

Hear from our people

Our people: Evelyn Walsh
Employee experience

Our people: Evelyn Walsh

Evelyn Walsh is an Employee Experience Manager based in Learnosity’s Dublin office. Here, she shares some thoughts on her work spreading the roots of company culture from the physical office into its modern virtual equivalent.

by Micheál Heffernan
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Our people: Judy Zhu
Product Development

Our people: Judy Zhu

Judy Zhu is a software engineer who works out of Learnosity's Sydney office. Here she tells us about the challenges of cultural transition, the work she's most proud of, and the hazardous worlds of stock market investing and marathon running...

by Micheál Heffernan
Read Time 3 Mins
Our people: Kate Hake
Product Management

Our people: Kate Hake

Kate Hake is a Product Manager at Learnosity focusing on the K12 and Higher Ed markets. Here, she talks about career change, steep learning curves, and the many wonders of the great outdoors.

by Micheál Heffernan
Read Time 3 Mins

Want to make a difference? Explore our job opportunities

Ready to apply?
Here’s what comes next

We like to keep things nice and simple:

1. Submit your application
Find an opportunity that strikes a cord and send us an up-to-date CV with all the juicy details explaining why you’re right for the role.

2. Kick-off phone screen interview
If you’re here, then we already like what we see. Now it’s time for a chat to dig a little into your skills and experience, why you chose Learnosity, and what excites you about your new role!

3. In-person interview
Congrats—you continue to impress! It’s time to meet in-person to get to know each other a little better. We’ll ask questions, you’ll ask questions, and, depending on the role, you might be given a short test—but by the end of it all, we’ll all know a lot more!

4. Offer
You nailed it! We can see you have the skills, experience, and attitude to help drive our company forward, so it’s time to get a contract signed!

5. Onboarding
Now the real fun begins! Meet your colleagues, soak up the culture, and get access to all the materials you’ll need to bring your best self to work.