A-List Education is seeking a School & Institutional Partnerships (SIP) Coordinator at our NYC office.
The School & Institutional Partnerships (SIP) Coordinator liaises between A-List Education and its school and institutional clients. The SIP Coordinator serves as a primary contact for A-List schools, non-profits, and organizations and is responsible for client satisfaction, quality of service and renewal of services/materials.
The SIP Coordinator works directly with the Director of SIP and the Professional Development (PD) training team. The SIP Coordinator ensures clients know how to use the company’s products and services, maximizes client satisfaction, retains existing clients.
For more information or to submit an application, kindly forward your resume to email@example.com. To find more openings at A-List Education, please visit our website: https://www.alisteducation.com/work-for-a-list/
A-List is an innovative educational services provider. Our team is made up of passionate educators dedicated to helping students from all backgrounds achieve their academic goals and successfully prepare for their educational futures. We began with a vision of providing exceptional SAT/ACT services to high school students, and in the last ten years, we’ve grown into an international organization that serves more than 80,000 students and educators worldwide through our tutoring, school and non-profit programs. From SAT/ACT instruction boasting the highest average score improvements to professional development programs consistently rated as best in class by teachers around the world, and from revolutionary technology delivering data and analysis to drive targeted educational work to collaborations with leading institutions in an effort to level the playing field, A-List puts students and teachers first.
A-List is an equal opportunity employer. A-List considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state, or federal law.