DataCamp is looking for an Office Manager to help us continue creating a fun and caring work environment, and to help everyone at DataCamp to be more effective. Are you someone who loves to work with people, wears many hats, and is a pro at organization and coordination? Then we are looking for you!

You will perform a wide range of administrative and office support activities to facilitate the efficient operation of our company. You will be a key component of our very strong and positive company culture. The ideal candidate will love the startup world and go above and beyond to support DataCamp in creating a great place to work.


  • Office Environment & Administration - Manage daily operational projects that support a work environment where employees can thrive,e.g. Space Planning, Furniture, Tidiness, Vendor Coordination, and Conference Room Appearance / Functionality.
  • Review, approve, and track all orders for the New York City office: hardware procurement (laptops, monitors, keyboards, etc.), swag, office supplies, snacks, etc.
  • Culture & Events - Organize and plan company events such as weekly All-Hands meetings, Happy Hours, Holiday Parties, etc.
  • Onboarding Support - Provide basic onboarding support by setting up computers for new hires and solving basic technical issues for employees.
  • Recruiting support - Assist recruiting team with on-site interviews & new hire orientation.

How you work:

  • People / Relationships: you can build strong relationships across all levels and functions of the organization. You are seen as a trusted, “go to” resource for all Office Management needs.
  • Organizational Skills / Prioritization: You prioritize multiple demands and create systems / processes that benefit employees.
  • Resourcefulness / Proactiveness: You have a “can do” attitude to solve problems. You proactively seek solutions to existing problems, and predict future problems before they happen.
  • Learning Mindset: You are interested in learning the craft of HR, Culture, and Operations in a global start-up environment.
  • Professionalism / Communications: You are the “face” of DataCamp -- you take pride in your work, have strong communication skills, and adapt to multiple personality types in a fast-paced environment.
  • Technical Skills: You are computer-savvy and willing to learn more!

Job Requirements:

  • At least 3 years experience in a related field (or more for additional responsibilities)
  • Excellent communication, problem solving and interpersonal skills
  • Very detail oriented and proactive nature
  • Ability to multi-task and coordinate several efforts simultaneously
  • Strong ability to prioritize and work both independently and with groups
  • Demonstrated flexibility and creative, entrepreneurial attitude
  • Curiosity for constant learning and process improvement/optimization

What’s in it for you?

  • Competitive salary and stock options at an early stage company
  • 100% of medical and dental insurance premiums paid
  • Flexible hours
  • International company retreats annually
  • Work with a great team (everyone says this, but we’re serious)

DataCamp is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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