Work at MIT Sloan

Share a common purpose with uncommon people

MIT Sloan is where individual imaginations come together, committed to the values that lead to great discoveries, creative solutions, and fulfilling work. Here, you’ll do more than join something – you’ll add something. Explore our culture of inclusion, growth, and originality, supported by resources that matter – because you do.

Join us in building a better world

Everyone in

Welcoming is one thing. Belonging is everything. Diversity includes and empowers. And when we bring everyone in, we can do our best work – together. That’s why we continue to strengthen our long-standing commitment to inclusive hiring, development, and equitable pay.

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We see the whole you. At MIT Sloan, we respect your whole self. Whether you’re a parent – or are caring for aging parents; maybe you just adopted a rescue puppy, or you play in a band on weekends; we see and value the things that make you, you. And we want you to have time to nurture those things. And get your job done.

That’s why we support a flexible work environment. We are a hybrid organization and our staff and faculty are adept at collaborating in-person and virtually. We trust that you’ll do your best work, whether you are on campus, in your living room, or at a local coffee shop. And this flexibility makes it easier for you to do just that. That said, our campus is energizing and beautiful, with some of the best views in the city and we look forward to seeing you here a few days a week, too.

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Here, you'll grow both professionally and personally. MIT offers classes, workshops, and beyond-the-classroom tools that help you sharpen your skills and grow as a leader.  Explore opportunities at MIT. and beyond to develop leadership skills, expand your knowledge, and more – we’ve got you covered.

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EEOE statement

MIT 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.