About Correlation One:

Correlation One helps organizations develop the workforce data literacy and fluency to drive inhouse data transformations and make the most of their technology investments. Companies need data talent to power growth, but there are many blockers to talent development. These obstacles range from structural inequities that have held certain groups back to a dearth of affordable, high-quality, career readiness training.

To meet those needs, we deliver innovative custom training solutions designed to upskill or reskill workforces. Our award-winning stateside data training programs — including Data Science for All (DS4A) — have expanded to support governments in South America and the Middle East who are investing in data literacy today to fill job opportunities in tomorrow's data economy.

Our programs are offered 100% free to learners, thanks to partnerships with some of the world’s most distinguished brands (Amazon, Johnson & Johnson, and SoftBank), corporations that recognize the urgent need to access, develop, and train talent to power data-driven businesses responsibly, ethically, and at scale.

About the role:

The Operations Analyst will play a key role in driving elements of Correlation One’s growth strategy and operations. This person will work with company leadership in driving the execution of several projects, with an initial emphasis on our data science & analytics training programs.

The ideal candidate will be an excellent project manager with superior communication skills. This person is extremely organized and is efficient at working quickly and effectively. This person is a quick learner and diligent with their work. They will have an interest in data science and AI — and in working at the cutting edge of this rapidly growing field. A passion for diversity & inclusion and Correlation One’s mission are a plus.

Correlation One is a company where creativity and big vision are valued. While this role demands operational skills, it will also reward those who can generate innovative ideas for business operations and new product lines. You will work on a small operations team and be able to directly collaborate with firm leadership.

This is a remote-first position.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the product and operations team to run our business operations, with a focus on our data science and data analytics training programs
  • Manage implementation of Correlation One’s products and services with Tier-1 enterprises and organizations
  • Perform anecdotal & data-driven analysis on our collected product data to uncover actionable insights across different distribution channels, geographies, and client segments
  • Collaborate with internal team to creativity assess and try out new products, and build growth strategies
  • Complete ad hoc projects related to our data science and data analytics training programs
  • Manage live class operations. Most of the synchronous instruction for our training programs occurs on Saturdays in a “live online” format (e.g., synchronous but delivered fully online). The person in this role will sometimes have to manage the live class operations on Saturdays. The person in this role would get a day off during the week (e.g., Thursday) to offset any Saturday they work.

Some skills we consider critical to the role:

  • Native or fluent written and spoken English
  • Minimum 4-year college degree or equivalent experience
  • 1-3 years of professional experience, ideally in an operations related role
  • Experience managing cross-functional, high-impact projects with multiple stakeholders
  • Outstanding, executive-ready written and verbal communication skills
  • Familiarity with Google Suite and MS Office Suite, especially Powerpoint, Excel and Word
  • Personable, approachable, and a good sense of humor
  • Strong work ethic, ability to work well under pressure and with minimal supervision
  • Proactive approach, high attention to detail, and a quick learner
  • Business acumen supported by a quantitative approach to decision-making 
  • Bonus: Experience in data analysis & data science


  • Competitive salary
  • Medical, dental, vision insurance coverage & OneMedical membership for employees and family members
  • Retirement plan (401K)
  • 15 days of Paid Time Off (PTO) per year (increases with tenure)
  • 10 company-paid US holidays
  • Official company-wide holiday for the last week of the calendar year (on top of regular PTO)
  • Access to free data skills training through our programs
  • Be part of a company culture that empowers individuals and embraces diversity through its core mission

Resumes must be submitted in English

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