About the role:

The Business Operations Manager will play a key role in driving elements of Correlation One’s growth strategy and operations. This person will work with company leadership and support client relationships, with an initial emphasis on our data analytics training programs for domestic clients.

The ideal candidate will be an excellent project manager with superior communication skills and a good sense for big-picture commercial opportunities. 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 fast-growing operations team and be able to directly collaborate with firm leadership.

About the team:

Our team values a healthy mix of high-level thinking and a get-it-done attitude. Everyone checks their ego at the door. We have a hard-working but fun culture where the best ideas win, whether they come from our CEO or our newest team member.

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 & statistical 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
  • Drive business development initiatives for our new products and services

Some skills we consider critical to the role: 

  • Minimum 4-year college degree or equivalent experience
  • 1-3 years of professional experience, ideally in management consulting, investment banking, or technology/operations strategy at a venture-backed startup
  • Experience managing cross-functional, high-impact projects with multiple stakeholders
  • Outstanding, executive-ready written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Familiarity with Google Suite and MS Office Suite, especially Powerpoint and Excel
  • 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 
  • Proficiency with Python is a plus but not required

About Correlation One:

AI is poised to be the biggest economic force in history. At Correlation One, we build technology solutions to help clients navigate the data talent market and promote our mission of making data science for all.

We believe that data literacy is the most important skill for the future of work and we believe the biggest unsolved problem in data is people. We promote data literacy through global data science competitions, rigorous data skills assessments, and enterprise-grade data science education. We have built the largest community of data science professionals in the world, including an expert community of 300,000+ data scientists. Our solutions are used by the most elite employers around the world in finance, technology, and the public sector including Citadel, Lyft, J.P. Morgan, Amazon, Johnson & Johnson, the government of Colombia, and more.

Correlation One is committed to promoting a more inclusive global AI ecosystem, including dedicated programs for advancing more women and people from underrepresented communities in data science. We offer competitive salary and healthcare coverage, as well as benefits. We are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to disability, protected veteran status, race, color, religious creed, national origin, citizenship, marital status, sex, sexual orientation/gender identity, age, or genetic information.

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