"Compass provides exceptional training for tutors
as well as an amazing support system and materials.
With so many resources at my fingertips, I can create
a successful tutoring experience for each student."

- Adrienne W.
Harvard University

Careers at Compass

Compass Education Group is one of the world’s leading tutoring and test preparation companies. We provide completely customized one-on-one instructional programs, both in-home and online, for thousands of students annually. The company is privately held by its three founders who are owner-operators with a combined 80 years of experience in educational services and tutoring businesses.

Our dedicated management teams totaling 40 professionals based in Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago in turn support an elite pool of hundreds of instructors who specialize in high-stakes admission tests and also provide tutoring for a full range of academic subjects. Compass’ stellar reputation within the education community is the result of decades of ethical conduct and consistently guiding students to highly successful outcomes on tests.

Beyond its private client business, Compass is recognized by the education community as the most trusted source of research and guidance on the topic of college admission testing. We are keynote speakers at hundreds of high schools and many higher education conferences each year, we maintain one of the industry’s most popular and respected blogs, and we are go-to sources for education reporters in the national media. Our annual Guide to College Admission Testing reaches well over 100,000 readers annually and is considered to be the definitive authority on its subject matter. We are proud to share the Guide and related resources free of charge through schools and counselors worldwide. We also partner with dozens of schools and community-based organizations to provide no-cost or low-cost test preparation to students from under-resourced backgrounds.

What’s it like to work for Compass? Please check out an extensive list of anonymous employee reviews in our profile on Glassdoor. We are proud to provide a caring and rewarding work environment for our amazing team of tutors and full-time staff.

Full-Time Positions

Director—DC-MD-VA

Due to significant growth in online tutoring and strong relationships with schools and counselors, Compass is seeking the right individual to open a bricks-and-mortar office in the Washington DC area and lead the growth of a team and an expansion of our services there. This is an exciting opportunity to build something new in an area with strong roots already established, while supported by an industry-leading company with dedicated and stable leadership. You would be full-time employee #1 in your city and would be hands-on in every aspect of growing a new office.

The Role:

At the core of every outstanding Compass experience is an outstanding Compass director. Our directors lead our efforts to deliver exceptional value to Compass’s clients and tutors. Directors play the critical role of developing and maintaining relationships with our clients and instructors. Their activities are focused around consultative sales, attentive program management, customer guidance and care, supervision of our tutor staff, and relationship cultivation within a broad referral-based community. Every client’s test preparation program is crafted and managed by a Compass director and every Compass tutor is hired, trained, mentored, supervised, and supported by our director team.

 Essential Functions:

  • Conduct consultations every day with potential clients, typically by phone and occasionally in person. Make customized and student-centric program recommendations based on extensive conversations. Follow up with prospective clients conscientiously and thoughtfully.
  • Convert recommendations into individualized tutoring programs and manage those programs to successful and highly satisfying outcomes. Provide a level of personalized service that consistently leads to enthusiastic word-of-mouth referrals and long term loyalty.
  • Make thoughtful tutor matches for each client; supervise the tutor-client relationship; provide ongoing strategic guidance and expertise related to college admission testing and preparation; resolve any program-related concerns.
  • Develop and maintain long term relationships with clients; strengthen relationships with tutors by providing ongoing support, evaluating performance, and offering professional development and mentoring. 
  • Conduct interviews with prospective tutors and share responsibility for the overall recruitment, training, and professional development process for tutors.
  • Deepen our enduring relationships with school-based and independent college counselors by consulting with them on program recommendations and providing student progress reports.
  • Lead presentations at schools for parent and student audiences. 

Additional Activities:

Certain responsibilities are particularly important during an office’s start-up phase. Some of these initiatives would include: 

  • Recruit, train, manage, and mentor the office’s future full-time and part-time hires
  • Develop a keen understanding of local neighborhoods and schools to inform a search for office spaces, client-sourcing, and tutor hiring
  • Conduct market and competitor research on local tutoring providers
  • Consistently communicate office-specific updates to colleagues in other offices; collaborate for assistance in hiring, events, client and tutor management, etc.
  • Spark new relationships with counselors and within local networks
  • Synchronize our DEI initiatives with local families and schools
  • Stay up-to-date on testing policies at regional schools and other localized concerns

The Ideal Candidate:

At Compass, our directors stand out not only for what they do but also for how they think. We ask for conscientious and consistent effort to align daily actions with our ethical standards and long term goals. We expect that a director’s contribution will increase over time with an expanding breadth and depth of experience and expertise, more and higher stakes responsibilities, and by assuming leadership roles. 

While handling the busy demands of a routine day, our directors are guided by the longview aspect of their roles. This is revealed in their client conversations, the details in their work, their decision making, and in the way they talk about Compass. They make a consistently positive impression on everyone they meet. They are experienced, empathetic, wise, trustworthy, sensible, fair, honest, engaged, and needed. 

In Return:

We strive to make our directors feel confident and secure, trusted and supported. We look for hard working team players who want to invest long term and who will make the most of an investment in them. Directors are central figures at Compass but part of a much larger full-time team that provides mentoring, strategic leadership, administrative and operational support, and cutting-edge tech tools. Directors are given the help – and the autonomy – they need to succeed.

While this position involves considerable focus on marketing and sales, ours is not a typical sales culture. We keep each student’s and family’s needs at the center of every conversation and let the appropriate recommendation emerge from there. 

Qualifications: 

  • Exceptional interpersonal instincts and skill, in all modes of communication and contexts
  • Meaningful and relevant professional experience in relationship management and sales
  • High comfort level with, and interest in, college admission testing subject matter
  • Naturally collaborative spirit internally, competitive mindset externally
  • Willing to embrace a challenging learning curve and open to possibility of a long term role 
  • Able to work a traditional full-time weekday schedule based primarily in an office, not remote
  • Undergraduate degree required, advanced degree preferred

Compensation, Benefits, and Intangibles:

  • Competitive salary with incentives and potential for growth
  • Full health insurance plan with employee contribution
  • 401k with employer match
  • Paid vacation/personal days, holidays, and seasonal flex-days
  • Frequent prof dev and cross-office collaboration and social opportunities
  • Pleasant offices with comfortable furnishings and modern equipment
  • Top-notch tech infrastructure supported by awesome product dev team
  • Kind, fun-loving, interesting, and talented teammates (no exceptions)
  • Transparent, equitable environment and ethical leadership

To Apply: 

Email your resume and a cover letter explaining why this role would be a good fit for you to [email protected] We value thoughtful cover letters and will give priority to candidates who demonstrate interest in this way. Please note that we are unable to accommodate unscheduled drop-ins or phone calls. 

About Compass:

Compass Education Group is one of the world’s leading tutoring and test preparation companies. We provide completely customized one-on-one instructional programs for thousands of students each year from the most educationally demanding schools in California and around the world. The company is privately held by its three founders who are owner-operators with a combined 75 years of experience in educational services and tutoring businesses. 

Our dedicated management teams totaling 40 professionals based primarily in CA and NY in turn support an elite group of 400 instructors who specialize in high-stakes admission tests and also provide tutoring for a full range of academic subjects. Compass’ stellar reputation within the education community is the result of decades of ethical conduct and helping students succeed.

Beyond its private client business, Compass is recognized by the professional community as the most trusted source of research and guidance on the topic of college admission testing. We are keynote speakers at hundreds of high schools and a dozen education conferences each year, we maintain one of the industry’s most popular and respected blogs, and we are go-to sources for education reporters in the national media. Our annual Guide to College Admission Testing reaches hundreds of thousands of readers annually and is considered to be the definitive authority on its subject matter. We are proud to share the Guide and related resources free of charge through schools and counselors worldwide. We also partner with dozens of schools and community-based organizations to provide low-cost or no-cost test preparation to thousands of students.

Director—Houston

Due to significant growth in online tutoring and strong relationships with schools and counselors, Compass is seeking the right individual to open a bricks-and-mortar office in the Houston area and lead the growth of a team and an expansion of our services there. This is an exciting opportunity to build something new in an area with strong roots already established, while supported by an industry-leading company with dedicated and stable leadership. You would be full-time employee #1 in your city and would be hands-on in every aspect of growing a new office.

The Role:

At the core of every outstanding Compass experience is an outstanding Compass director. Our directors lead our efforts to deliver exceptional value to Compass’s clients and tutors. Directors play the critical role of developing and maintaining relationships with our clients and instructors. Their activities are focused around consultative sales, attentive program management, customer guidance and care, supervision of our tutor staff, and relationship cultivation within a broad referral-based community. Every client’s test preparation program is crafted and managed by a Compass director and every Compass tutor is hired, trained, mentored, supervised, and supported by our director team.

 Essential Functions:

  • Conduct consultations every day with potential clients, typically by phone and occasionally in person. Make customized and student-centric program recommendations based on extensive conversations. Follow up with prospective clients conscientiously and thoughtfully.
  • Convert recommendations into individualized tutoring programs and manage those programs to successful and highly satisfying outcomes. Provide a level of personalized service that consistently leads to enthusiastic word-of-mouth referrals and long term loyalty.
  • Make thoughtful tutor matches for each client; supervise the tutor-client relationship; provide ongoing strategic guidance and expertise related to college admission testing and preparation; resolve any program-related concerns.
  • Develop and maintain long term relationships with clients; strengthen relationships with tutors by providing ongoing support, evaluating performance, and offering professional development and mentoring. 
  • Conduct interviews with prospective tutors and share responsibility for the overall recruitment, training, and professional development process for tutors.
  • Deepen our enduring relationships with school-based and independent college counselors by consulting with them on program recommendations and providing student progress reports.
  • Lead presentations at schools for parent and student audiences. 

Additional Activities:

Certain responsibilities are particularly important during an office’s start-up phase. Some of these initiatives would include: 

  • Recruit, train, manage, and mentor the office’s future full-time and part-time hires
  • Develop a keen understanding of local neighborhoods and schools to inform a search for office spaces, client-sourcing, and tutor hiring
  • Conduct market and competitor research on local tutoring providers
  • Consistently communicate office-specific updates to colleagues in other offices; collaborate for assistance in hiring, events, client and tutor management, etc.
  • Spark new relationships with counselors and within local networks
  • Synchronize our DEI initiatives with local families and schools
  • Stay up-to-date on testing policies at regional schools and other localized concerns

The Ideal Candidate:

At Compass, our directors stand out not only for what they do but also for how they think. We ask for conscientious and consistent effort to align daily actions with our ethical standards and long term goals. We expect that a director’s contribution will increase over time with an expanding breadth and depth of experience and expertise, more and higher stakes responsibilities, and by assuming leadership roles. 

While handling the busy demands of a routine day, our directors are guided by the longview aspect of their roles. This is revealed in their client conversations, the details in their work, their decision making, and in the way they talk about Compass. They make a consistently positive impression on everyone they meet. They are experienced, empathetic, wise, trustworthy, sensible, fair, honest, engaged, and needed. 

In Return:

We strive to make our directors feel confident and secure, trusted and supported. We look for hard working team players who want to invest long term and who will make the most of an investment in them. Directors are central figures at Compass but part of a much larger full-time team that provides mentoring, strategic leadership, administrative and operational support, and cutting-edge tech tools. Directors are given the help – and the autonomy – they need to succeed.

While this position involves considerable focus on marketing and sales, ours is not a typical sales culture. We keep each student’s and family’s needs at the center of every conversation and let the appropriate recommendation emerge from there. 

Qualifications: 

  • Exceptional interpersonal instincts and skill, in all modes of communication and contexts
  • Meaningful and relevant professional experience in relationship management and sales
  • High comfort level with, and interest in, college admission testing subject matter
  • Naturally collaborative spirit internally, competitive mindset externally
  • Willing to embrace a challenging learning curve and open to possibility of a long term role 
  • Able to work a traditional full-time weekday schedule based primarily in an office, not remote
  • Undergraduate degree required, advanced degree preferred

Compensation, Benefits, and Intangibles:

  • Competitive salary with incentives and potential for growth
  • Full health insurance plan with employee contribution
  • 401k with employer match
  • Paid vacation/personal days, holidays, and seasonal flex-days
  • Frequent prof dev and cross-office collaboration and social opportunities
  • Pleasant offices with comfortable furnishings and modern equipment
  • Top-notch tech infrastructure supported by awesome product dev team
  • Kind, fun-loving, interesting, and talented teammates (no exceptions)
  • Transparent, equitable environment and ethical leadership

To Apply: 

Email your resume and a cover letter explaining why this role would be a good fit for you to [email protected] We value thoughtful cover letters and will give priority to candidates who demonstrate interest in this way. Please note that we are unable to accommodate unscheduled drop-ins or phone calls. 

About Compass:

Compass Education Group is one of the world’s leading tutoring and test preparation companies. We provide completely customized one-on-one instructional programs for thousands of students each year from the most educationally demanding schools in California and around the world. The company is privately held by its three founders who are owner-operators with a combined 75 years of experience in educational services and tutoring businesses. 

Our dedicated management teams totaling 40 professionals based primarily in CA and NY in turn support an elite group of 400 instructors who specialize in high-stakes admission tests and also provide tutoring for a full range of academic subjects. Compass’ stellar reputation within the education community is the result of decades of ethical conduct and helping students succeed.

Beyond its private client business, Compass is recognized by the professional community as the most trusted source of research and guidance on the topic of college admission testing. We are keynote speakers at hundreds of high schools and a dozen education conferences each year, we maintain one of the industry’s most popular and respected blogs, and we are go-to sources for education reporters in the national media. Our annual Guide to College Admission Testing reaches hundreds of thousands of readers annually and is considered to be the definitive authority on its subject matter. We are proud to share the Guide and related resources free of charge through schools and counselors worldwide. We also partner with dozens of schools and community-based organizations to provide low-cost or no-cost test preparation to thousands of students.

Director, Sales & Program Management—New York Metro Area

The Role:

Directors play the critical role of developing and maintaining relationships with our clients and instructors. Their activities are focused around consultative sales, attentive program management, customer guidance and care, supervision of our tutor staff, and relationship cultivation within a broad referral-based community. Every client’s test preparation program is crafted and managed by a Compass director and every Compass tutor is hired, trained, mentored, supervised, and supported by our director team.

Essential Functions:

  • Conduct several consultations per day with potential clients, typically by phone and occasionally in person. Make customized and student-centric program recommendations based on extensive conversations. Follow up with prospective clients conscientiously and thoughtfully. 
  • Convert recommendations into individualized tutoring programs and manage those programs to successful and highly satisfying outcomes. Each director actively manages several hundred one-on-one programs per year and provides a level of personalized service that consistently leads to enthusiastic word-of-mouth referrals and long term loyalty.Make thoughtful tutor matches for each client; supervise the tutor-client relationship; provide ongoing strategic guidance and expertise related to college admission testing and preparation; resolve any program-related concerns.
  • Develop and maintain long term relationships with clients; strengthen relationships with tutors by providing ongoing support, evaluating performance, and offering professional development and mentoring.
  • Conduct interviews with prospective tutors and share management responsibility for the overall recruitment, training, and professional development process.
  • Deepen our enduring relationships with school-based and independent college counselors by consulting with them on program recommendations and providing student progress reports. Directors with interest and skill in public speaking have the opportunity to lead presentations at schools for parent and student audiences and at conferences for counselors.

The Ideal Candidate:

At Compass, our directors stand out not only for what they do but also for how they think. We ask for conscientious and consistent effort to align daily actions with our ethical standards and long term goals. We expect that a director’s contribution will increase over time with an expanding breadth and depth of experience and expertise, more and higher stakes responsibilities, and by assuming leadership roles.

While handling the busy demands of a routine day, our directors are guided by the longview aspect of their roles. This is revealed in their client conversations, the details in their work, their decision making, and in the way they talk about Compass. They make a consistently positive impression on everyone they meet. They are experienced, empathetic, wise, trustworthy, sensible, fair, honest, engaged, and needed. 

In Return:

We strive to make our directors feel confident and secure, trusted and supported. We look for hard working team players who want to invest long term and who will make the most of an investment in them. Directors are central figures at Compass but part of a much larger full-time team that provides mentoring, strategic leadership, administrative and operational support, and cutting-edge tech tools. Directors are given the help – and the autonomy – they need to succeed.

While this is a sales position, ours is not a typical sales culture. We keep the client’s needs at the center of every conversation and let the appropriate recommendation emerge from there.

Qualifications: 

  • Exceptional interpersonal instincts and skill, in all modes of communication and contexts
  • Meaningful and relevant professional experience in relationship management and sales
  • High comfort level with, and interest in, college admission testing subject matter
  • Naturally collaborative spirit internally, competitive mindset externally
  • Willing to embrace a challenging learning curve and open to possibility of a long term role
  • Able to work a traditional full-time weekday schedule based in our office
  • Undergraduate degree required, advanced degree preferred

Compensation:

  • Competitive salary with incentives and potential for growth
  • Full health insurance plan with employee contribution
  • 401k with employer match
  • Paid vacation/personal days, holidays, and seasonal flex-days
  • Frequent lunches, social events, offsites, and prof dev opportunities
  • Pleasant offices with comfortable furnishings and modern equipment
  • Top-notch tech infrastructure supported by awesome product dev team
  • Kind, fun-loving, interesting, and talented teammates (no exceptions)
  • Transparent, equitable environment and ethical leadership

To Apply:

Email us your resume and a cover letter explaining why this role would be a good fit for you to [email protected] We value thoughtful cover letters and will give priority to candidates who demonstrate interest in this way. Please note that we are unable to accommodate unscheduled drop-ins or phone calls.

Director—Seattle

Due to significant growth in online tutoring and strong relationships with schools and counselors, Compass is seeking the right individual to open a bricks-and-mortar office in the Seattle area and lead the growth of a team and an expansion of our services there. This is an exciting opportunity to build something new in an area with strong roots already established, while supported by an industry-leading company with dedicated and stable leadership. You would be full-time employee #1 in your city and would be hands-on in every aspect of growing a new office.

The Role:

At the core of every outstanding Compass experience is an outstanding Compass director. Our directors lead our efforts to deliver exceptional value to Compass’s clients and tutors. Directors play the critical role of developing and maintaining relationships with our clients and instructors. Their activities are focused around consultative sales, attentive program management, customer guidance and care, supervision of our tutor staff, and relationship cultivation within a broad referral-based community. Every client’s test preparation program is crafted and managed by a Compass director and every Compass tutor is hired, trained, mentored, supervised, and supported by our director team.

 Essential Functions:

  • Conduct consultations every day with potential clients, typically by phone and occasionally in person. Make customized and student-centric program recommendations based on extensive conversations. Follow up with prospective clients conscientiously and thoughtfully.
  • Convert recommendations into individualized tutoring programs and manage those programs to successful and highly satisfying outcomes. Provide a level of personalized service that consistently leads to enthusiastic word-of-mouth referrals and long term loyalty.
  • Make thoughtful tutor matches for each client; supervise the tutor-client relationship; provide ongoing strategic guidance and expertise related to college admission testing and preparation; resolve any program-related concerns.
  • Develop and maintain long term relationships with clients; strengthen relationships with tutors by providing ongoing support, evaluating performance, and offering professional development and mentoring. 
  • Conduct interviews with prospective tutors and share responsibility for the overall recruitment, training, and professional development process for tutors.
  • Deepen our enduring relationships with school-based and independent college counselors by consulting with them on program recommendations and providing student progress reports.
  • Lead presentations at schools for parent and student audiences. 

Additional Activities:

Certain responsibilities are particularly important during an office’s start-up phase. Some of these initiatives would include: 

  • Recruit, train, manage, and mentor the office’s future full-time and part-time hires
  • Develop a keen understanding of local neighborhoods and schools to inform a search for office spaces, client-sourcing, and tutor hiring
  • Conduct market and competitor research on local tutoring providers
  • Consistently communicate office-specific updates to colleagues in other offices; collaborate for assistance in hiring, events, client and tutor management, etc.
  • Spark new relationships with counselors and within local networks
  • Synchronize our DEI initiatives with local families and schools
  • Stay up-to-date on testing policies at regional schools and other localized concerns

The Ideal Candidate:

At Compass, our directors stand out not only for what they do but also for how they think. We ask for conscientious and consistent effort to align daily actions with our ethical standards and long term goals. We expect that a director’s contribution will increase over time with an expanding breadth and depth of experience and expertise, more and higher stakes responsibilities, and by assuming leadership roles. 

While handling the busy demands of a routine day, our directors are guided by the longview aspect of their roles. This is revealed in their client conversations, the details in their work, their decision making, and in the way they talk about Compass. They make a consistently positive impression on everyone they meet. They are experienced, empathetic, wise, trustworthy, sensible, fair, honest, engaged, and needed. 

In Return:

We strive to make our directors feel confident and secure, trusted and supported. We look for hard working team players who want to invest long term and who will make the most of an investment in them. Directors are central figures at Compass but part of a much larger full-time team that provides mentoring, strategic leadership, administrative and operational support, and cutting-edge tech tools. Directors are given the help – and the autonomy – they need to succeed.

While this position involves considerable focus on marketing and sales, ours is not a typical sales culture. We keep each student’s and family’s needs at the center of every conversation and let the appropriate recommendation emerge from there. 

Qualifications: 

  • Exceptional interpersonal instincts and skill, in all modes of communication and contexts
  • Meaningful and relevant professional experience in relationship management and sales
  • High comfort level with, and interest in, college admission testing subject matter
  • Naturally collaborative spirit internally, competitive mindset externally
  • Willing to embrace a challenging learning curve and open to possibility of a long term role 
  • Able to work a traditional full-time weekday schedule based primarily in an office, not remote
  • Undergraduate degree required, advanced degree preferred

Compensation, Benefits, and Intangibles:

  • Competitive salary with incentives and potential for growth
  • Full health insurance plan with employee contribution
  • 401k with employer match
  • Paid vacation/personal days, holidays, and seasonal flex-days
  • Frequent prof dev and cross-office collaboration and social opportunities
  • Pleasant offices with comfortable furnishings and modern equipment
  • Top-notch tech infrastructure supported by awesome product dev team
  • Kind, fun-loving, interesting, and talented teammates (no exceptions)
  • Transparent, equitable environment and ethical leadership

To Apply: 

Email your resume and a cover letter explaining why this role would be a good fit for you to [email protected] We value thoughtful cover letters and will give priority to candidates who demonstrate interest in this way. Please note that we are unable to accommodate unscheduled drop-ins or phone calls. 

About Compass:

Compass Education Group is one of the world’s leading tutoring and test preparation companies. We provide completely customized one-on-one instructional programs for thousands of students each year from the most educationally demanding schools in California and around the world. The company is privately held by its three founders who are owner-operators with a combined 75 years of experience in educational services and tutoring businesses. 

Our dedicated management teams totaling 40 professionals based primarily in CA and NY in turn support an elite group of 400 instructors who specialize in high-stakes admission tests and also provide tutoring for a full range of academic subjects. Compass’ stellar reputation within the education community is the result of decades of ethical conduct and helping students succeed.

Beyond its private client business, Compass is recognized by the professional community as the most trusted source of research and guidance on the topic of college admission testing. We are keynote speakers at hundreds of high schools and a dozen education conferences each year, we maintain one of the industry’s most popular and respected blogs, and we are go-to sources for education reporters in the national media. Our annual Guide to College Admission Testing reaches hundreds of thousands of readers annually and is considered to be the definitive authority on its subject matter. We are proud to share the Guide and related resources free of charge through schools and counselors worldwide. We also partner with dozens of schools and community-based organizations to provide low-cost or no-cost test preparation to thousands of students.

Part-Time Positions

Program Manager—Chicago

Compass Chicago, a leading test prep and academic tutoring company, is seeking a Program Manager to support our growing office, expanding client base, and Chicago-based tutors. The ideal candidate will thrive in a dynamic yet stable start-up environment while strategically employing the resources and network of Compass’s longstanding offices (LA, NY, SF).

The Ideal Candidate:

At Compass, we are humble nerds. We get excited by a score bump on a practice test, a note from a student thanking us for helping them into one of their top schools, updates in the ever-changing testing policy landscape, and the relentless pursuit to humanize these intimidatingly impersonal ACT, SAT, and AP exams with highly-individualized guidance.

Program Managers ensure that families and tutors are fully supported before, during, and after their 1-on-1 tutoring experience.  A self-starter with a knack for keeping programs running smoothly and on-schedule will thrive.

Core Duties:
  • Manage the process of pairing clients and instructors; ensure prompt and successful connections
  • Attentively oversee the important logistical details and communication mechanics specific to each program
  • Handle several calls/emails per day from clients and tutors in need of routine program support
  • Monitor and respond to daily pacing reports to track program milestones; promote continuous client and tutor comfort with their program
  • Proactively conduct reviews and forecasts of active programs for any potential concerns; provide necessary support to Program Directors to swiftly resolve any concerns
  • Regularly prepare for Program Directors a set of curated status reports of prospective and active clients to support, streamline, and optimize our consultative sales efforts
  • Manage post-program outreach to collect feedback, address additional needs, and tie up loose ends to keep our clients feeling loyal and enthusiastic about their experiences
  • Support the Director team with administrative, operational, and organizational duties; occasionally assist with special administrative projects
Additional Duties:
  • Researching testing policies and updates in the world of college admissions
  • Building PowerPoint slides for College Night presentations
  • Organizing data and constructing graphs/charts in Excel or Google Sheets
  • Fact-checking and proofing written communication and blog articles
  • Organizing trainings and social events (trivia, meet-ups, etc.) with Chicago tutors
  • Reserving office and practice test spaces
In Return:

We strive to make our employees feel confident and secure, trusted and supported.  We look for hardworking team players who seek an environment that is casual, friendly, fast-paced, organized, collegial, and non-bureaucratic.  This role interacts frequently with 10 officemates in Northern California and is part of a larger team of professionals in our Southern California and New York offices and hundreds of part-time employees in the field.  We are committed to providing the help—and the autonomy—needed to succeed.  As our Chicago operations grow, there is potential for interested candidates to take on expanding responsibilities.

Qualifications: 
  • Undergraduate degree strongly preferred
  • Meaningful professional experience in a related role
  • Professional manner in-person and on the phone
  • Outstanding written, verbal, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong computer and organizational skills; accuracy and attention to details
  • Consistent work habits; strong work ethic; trustworthy; dependable
  • Interest in educational services is a plus; a client-centric mindset is a must
  • Familiarity with Chicago and the surrounding suburbs
Commitment:
  • 20–30 hours / week (this could also be a full-time position for interested candidates)
  • Days and hours are flexible, but the bulk of the work will occur Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Central
  • Position will start out remote work-from-home
  • Within the next year, we plan to move into an office in the city, at which point the position will be primarily in-office
Compensation:
  • Starting rate of $24/hour with annual reviews
  • Sick time
  • 401(k) plan with 4% employer match after one year and 1,000 hours of service
  • For interested candidates, this could also be a full-time position with full-time benefits
To Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]. We value a well-written cover letter that explains why you may be a good match for this position.

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