Effectively deliver a program that has the power to make tens of millions of people healthier and happier. Hack willpower, save lives, and have fun doing it.

Noom, Inc. is a mobile solutions company focused on preventative health. Noom's research-backed products help people achieve real, positive outcomes. Noom was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and was also recently selected as one of seven healthcare startups chosen to participate in the 2014 New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA). Noom's apps boast more than 32 million installs worldwide and its flagship app, Noom Coach for Android, has been the #1 top grossing Health and Fitness App since 2012 in the Google Play Store. Noom has offices in New York City, Seoul and Tokyo.

We have many wellness products in our portfolio- we will continue to evolve the current ones as well as launch totally new ones, so expect to be constantly challenged! Our team of Health Coaches are heavily involved in rapid prototyping and experimenting with new, cutting-edge coaching tactics and methodologies. Expect to work in a fast paced environment with constant new projects to tackle. Expect to hear from thousands of people whose lives you changed. You are the face of Noom and sit at the intersection between technology, behavior change, and our users. You'll work closely with our users every step of their journey, helping them identify goals that will allow them to achieve their ultimate health goals. Sounds like fun? Read on.

What you'll do:

  • Lead virtual groups of German-speaking individuals who are seeking to improve their health and lifestyle habits by preventing and managing chronic and pre-chronic conditions
  • Understand user behavior both qualitatively and quantitatively, and apply the learnings
  • Impact product decisions by reporting key findings from user stories
  • Motivate, guide, and help our users navigate through their programs successfully
  • Make sure everyone in your groups is happy, motivated and on track to meet their wellness goals

Who you are:

  • You have a Bachelor's Degree in a related field of study, OR an Associate's Degree plus 2000 hours of related wellness experience (sports medicine, personal coaching, etc.)
  • Fluent and/or can write, speak and read at a native level and knows the German Culture
  • You’ve worked as a teacher or coach and you love driving people to reach their goals
  • You are passionate about nutrition and exercise
  • You love understanding people– using qualitative and quantitative means
  • Understanding how to deliver NDPP is a plus.
  • Background in psychology and/or nutrition is a plus.
  • Must have valid work authorization in the US

Recent grads welcome! This is a great opportunity for those looking for behavioral health/lifestyle management experience

This is a remote Full Time, position. There is an opportunity  to be eligible for benefits after 90 days based on performance. You must be available 40 hours/week” for Full Time during business hours Monday-Friday.

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