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Operations Coordinator

About Noodle Partners
Ten years ago, the Noodle Partners team helped invent online education. Ten years is an eternity in a tech-driven field, so now we’re re-reinventing how higher ed happens online. Measured against traditional Online Program Managers (OPMs), Noodle Partners brings programs online less expensively, with greater agility and in better alignment with universities’ goals.

Online education is no longer a novel or niche idea. It is the fastest growing segment in higher education, accounting for 20% of all enrollees and 30% of graduate-level certificates and degrees. It’s also getting increasingly competitive, as more and better programs are launched every semester. Universities need to go online quickly, economically and elegantly, creating programs that students can’t wait to tell their friends about and that their professors want to teach. Noodle Partners helps them reimagine what online learning can be.

About this Position
The Operations Coordinator is integral in coordinating the launch and ongoing operations for university programs across the country. For each online program, Noodle Partners assembles a team of experts who guide the selection and implementation of agencies and technologies needed to hit program enrollment, retention, and satisfaction goals on a mutually agreed upon budget. The Operations Coordinator supports these efforts by coordinating activities that touch on all of these functional workstreams. This position sets up communication systems to ensure that all team members (internal, university, and external) are informed, accountable, and clear on expectations. They will report to (and work closely with) a Regional General Manager, who oversees all university programs for a particular region, and will support multiple General Managers, who are the Noodle primary point of contact for each university.

Duties will include, but will not be limited to:

Project and Resource Management
Setting up projects in our project management tool
Creating and managing university directories
Setting up and maintaining internal and external university resources

Reporting and Communication
Drafting weekly university facing reports
Creating PowerPoint decks for key meetings

Program Events
Scheduling key meetings and events
Owning all program calendars and communication around key dates

Qualifications and Skills

Bachelor’s Degree
Excellent organizational, problem-solving and data-gathering skills and ability to manage multiple shifting priorities – you’ll be working across multiple university teams, and will have your hands in many different projects.
Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy – Dates, details, names are all critical
Ability to be proactive and work both independently and as part of a team, exercising a strong work ethic and commitment to completing work on a timely basis
Flexibility, resourcefulness and adaptability to changing needs and demands. This is a start up, which means that you must be able to embrace uncertainty with poise.
Strong written and oral communications skills

Noodle Benefits
Beautiful office space in Edtech Factory off Union Square
Competitive salary, 401K offering, and bonus plan
Mac or PC? You decide
Our insurance offers medical, dental, vision, short- and long-term disability coverage, plus supplementals for all employees and dependents
Pre-tax commuter benefits
Paid vacation and sick days
Subsidized gym membership at the New York Health & Racquet Club to help you stay active
Yearly education stipend for lifelong learning
Fully stocked break room with snacks and drinks

Compensation
Base comp commensurate with experience.
Noodle benefits include education, health insurance, long-term disability

To apply: email cover letter and resume to twhitman@noodle.com