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Data and Operations Lead
US Admissions
Posted on 11/17/2022
New York, NY, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Data Analysis
  • You take initiative, thrive in ambiguity and display resiliency, optimism and good humor in the face of competing priorities and unexpected changes. You are knowledgeable about the human side of execution and love unpacking who you need to work with and through to get things done
  • You love to manage, prioritize, and advance multiple projects simultaneously
  • You are able to drive projects from end to end independently, and can work quickly without sacrificing attention to detail. People often marvel at your time/energy/self management skills
  • You have strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to influence cross-functionally across all levels. You are able to tailor your communications to your audience as needed, from candidates to our CEO
  • You are comfortable deriving insights from data and likely have experience with Microsoft Excel in addition to business intelligence tools like Microsoft Power BI and/or Tableau
  • You might be an ex-consultant looking for a new, mission-focused challenge, a project manager who loves data or a thriving recruiter looking to gain more cross-functional experience - we are open to a diverse range of backgrounds!
  • You believe passionately in social mobility and equity, align closely with our core values and can share how you've demonstrated them in your work
  • Cross-Functional Project Management (25%): Manage cross-functional growth projects across the organization, partnering with ProdTech, GTM, Marketing, Delivery, Launch Ops, CS, Global Admissions and other teams while ensuring we are aligning and sharing learnings with our UK counterparts
  • Data Integrity, Visibility, and Utility (25%): Support team to effectively leverage self-service data; provide strategic recommendations based on data analysis. Ensure consistent visibility into what data we have, and what data we need
  • Strategic Communications (20%): Own team stakeholder communications calendar and partner with Admissions leadership to ensure we are meeting all deadlines. Develop and support teammates in creating key communications (summarizing data, defining core narratives, designing supporting emails and/or deck(s)), including but not limited to weekly (deal health report), monthly (e.g., Global Admissions all hands, US team update), quarterly (e.g. QBRs), annual and ad hoc updates
  • Process Improvement (15%): Identify gaps and propose changes to existing policy, systems, and process frameworks across both the US and UK markets; define, launch, and manage strategic and analytical initiatives to improve internal and external-facing processes and operations, working closely with cross-functional teams and leadership; aggregate feedback from team to keep playbook updated
  • OKR Monitoring (5%): Manage the OKR scoping, monitoring and updating process, in partnership with Admissions leadership
  • Discovery (5%): Systematically share competitor intel and recommended opportunities/actions. Serve as the first line of defense for vendor inbounds, product demos, initial partnership conversations and project explorations
  • Just-in-Time-Support (5%): Provide just-in-time leverage across the team, as needed
Education through apprenticeships