Data Analytics Captain

COOP

New York, NY, USA

Part-time

US$16.5+ (hourly)

Information Technology / Logical analysis

Jan 31

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Our story

Every college grad deserves a fair shot at a meaningful, upwardly mobile career. That’s the promise of higher education in America, but the payoff depends on who you know, not just what you learned.

COOP Careers closes the social capital gap by recruiting and investing deeply in diverse, low-income, and first-generation grads from the City University of New York, San Francisco State, and other urban public colleges.

Our flagship program is The Digital Apprenticeship. Peer cohorts of 16 motivated, underemployed grads meet nightly for 16 weeks (200 hours) to learn technical skills, build community, and jumpstart careers in digital marketing and data analytics. Each cohort is led by a team of four captains, “near-peer” COOP alumni who serve as coaches, mentors, and guides on top of busy day jobs at local ad agencies and tech companies. In parallel, COOP helps these same employers meet, interview, and hire more and more diverse candidates.

Since 2014, COOP has run 76 cohorts with over 1,000 alumni, on our way to 10,000 by 2023. Four-in-five alumni work full-time, earning an average of $45,000 after 12 months (3x pre-program average) and almost $70,000 after three years (2x peer baseline).

Long-term, COOP aims to double the lifetime income of alumni—fueling upward mobility and fulfilling our collective promise of higher education. Learn more here.

 

Our Workplace

COOP is an energetic, come-as-you-are, alumni-led organization. Over 70% of our staff members have been program participants. This translates to a workplace that is mission-driven through and through, where we collaborate in the spirit of servant leadership with equal parts head, heart and hustle. We are a team of 38 in the Bay Area and NYC. We come together for monthly lunch & learns and semi-annual retreats and earnestly create space for professional development and learning. We dig into strategy, equity, our own humanity and the intersections among it all, working with the purpose to overcome underemployment, and bringing optimism and fun to the challenge.

 

The Opportunity

Requirements:

  • Willingness to give back
  • Exhibits desire to grow in facilitation skills
  • Collaborates with others/ good team player 
  • Shows strong emotional intelligence
  • Attends and actively participates in training sessions, and Captainship

Responsibilities:

  • Teaching head, heart, hustle workshops
  • Proactively problem solving with co-captains
  • Supporting cohort pods
  • Grading/providing feedback on assignments 
  • Attend all Captain meetings 
  • Being active on Slack

 

Compensation

Each Captain will be paid as a part-time, hourly COOP employee at a rate of $16.50 per hour

 

Remote Working Policy

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, all COOP team members are working remotely and will continue to do so through Fall 2021. If possible, we will work to integrate occasional safe, socially-distant program activities in person. We are continuing to follow all CDC and state-mandated guidelines. When it is safe to do so this role will return to being an in-person role and would therefore require the team member to report to COOP’s office, as directed by COOP, for the majority of the work performed during their employment.

 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

COOP provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. We seek to build a diverse staff representative of the communities we serve. All qualified applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

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