Correlation One is an education technology company whose mission is to create equal access to the jobs of tomorrow.

We have developed a new model for education that eliminates traditional barriers to opportunity. We run training-to-jobs programs that are 100% free for learners, financed by enterprises that train or recruit program graduates. This model aligns incentives between the education provider, learner, and employer, where everyone wins when the learner–who is typically a working adult from an underrepresented background–gets hired.

Our flagship programs include Data Science for All, our data science reskilling program for individuals from historically underrepresented groups, and Amazon Career Choice, our analytics training program for frontline warehouse workers.

Our model is not just more equitable, but it is also more scalable than traditional approaches. Our expert network of industry leaders, teachers, career coaches and mentors and our virtual teaching platform allows us to run programs for 10,000+ learners in 10+ countries, and we plan to grow 10x+ in the next three years.

Our clients include over 50 blue-chip companies such as Amazon, Walmart, Citadel, Morgan Stanley, EY, Citi, Target, Prudential, and Johnson & Johnson. These organizations work with us to train their own employees, to recruit our program graduates, and to proactively invest in talent from traditionally underrepresented communities. We also partner with governments to build and deploy displaced worker reskilling programs in the Middle East and Latin America.

We are proud to be a LinkedIn Top 50 Startups of 2022 and Fast Company’s World Changing Idea winner. Join us as we build the workforce development platform of the future!

Your impact

Do you love technology and data? Are you passionate about education? This role offers a unique opportunity to apply your coding and data skills, plus your expertise in designing content for online learning. The Content Developer will have a direct impact on Correlation One’s mission by designing and managing the creation and delivery of impactful and data-driven educational content for rapidly growing course areas This person will leverage their expertise in content management, content creation, online adult learning, and education for employment. A successful Content Developer will work closely with Product Management, Operations, Engineering, content contractors and SMEs to ensure each program is designed to deliver a learning experience that enables professional growth and advancement for our learners. 

A day in the life

  • Operate as Content Owner for your assigned programs. Manage content development for programs from inception to completion, defining and meeting objectives and timelines, and setting up mechanisms to track and communicate progress to internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Understand and follow strategic direction and "big picture" vision for our clients. Bring expertise in online learning and content development; present innovative solutions and techniques. 
  • Define learning objectives, develop course outlines, and build training courses. Ensure all content (activities, assessments, homework, etc.) aligns with learning objectives.
  • Stand up and operationalize new processes and workflows to support content authoring and delivery; design workflows that are simple and easily adopted by other team members.
  • Develop and grow knowledge of the EdTech and corporate training landscape.
  • Provide recommendations for content delivery methods based on learner profile, client goals, and content subject matter.
  • Bring a content and learning perspective to decision making, weighing pros and cons based on the learning experience and desired goals and outcomes for each program.

Your expertise

  • 5-7 years experience working in a content- or product-development role for an EdTech organization or content provider. Deep experience executing content projects that align with company goals. Strong understanding of how projects impact goals, prioritizing based on highest impact.
  • Comfortable with SQL and Python
  • Ability to translate client needs to curriculum requirements. Thinks beyond the content and considers all aspects of delivery, facilitation, and scheduling. 
  • Expertise in designing courses for online learning, synchronous and asynchronous training.
  • Comfortable with quick pivots and operating with some level of ambiguity; seeks clarity through open and thoughtful communication. 
  • Biased for action; tenacious. 
  • Collaborative spirit, proactive in reaching out to people and keeping them in the loop, ability to be self-sufficient in determining appropriate channels for communication and collaboration. 
  • Self aware and able to learn and grow from actions that did not return the desired outcome.
  • Can recruit, hire, and manage contractors; can quickly activate resources towards content needs. 
  • Comfortable and excited to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
  • Superior written communication skills and attention to detail. We believe written communication is key to a high-performing environment.
  • Data-driven and results-oriented.

We believe our work benefits from the diverse perspectives of our team members. We encourage applicants to bring their unique skills, experiences, and outlook to our energetic work environment.

How we support our people 

  • Insurance or subsidies based on country
  • Retirement plan based on country 
  • Unlimited Time Off, with a minimum time off recommendation 
  • 10 company-paid holidays
  • Official company-wide holiday for the last week of the calendar year 
  • Access to free data skills training through our programs
  • A company culture that empowers individuals and embraces diversity through its core mission

The compensation range for this position is specific to location and takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions. These factors include (but are not limited to) location, experience, education and skill sets. A reasonable estimate of the current range is $75,000 - 90,000. Please note that the shared range is specific to the United States. The range only reflects the base salary and does not reflect bonus, equity or benefits.

Correlation One’s Commitment 

Correlation One is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants. Correlation One provides a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. Employment decisions at Correlation One are based solely on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.  We encourage applicants to bring their unique skills, experiences, and outlook to our work environment. 

Correlation One is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. In keeping with our commitment, Correlation One strives to provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities to enable them to access the hiring process. If you need an accommodation to access the job application or interview process, please contact candidates@correlation-one.com.


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