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NoRedInk


NoRedInk builds stronger writers through interest-based curriculum, adaptive exercises, and actionable data. We’re in 1 in 2 US school districts, and students have answered over 2 billion questions on our platform. We are a team of ~70 people with a deep commitment to unlocking every writer’s potential. We have a strong remote culture; many of our jobs are remote-friendly.

NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Director, Brand and Buzz

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts. We're looking for an experienced Director of Brand and Buzz who will lead the team that drives brand awareness and community engagement with educators and administrators. Through authentic relationship building and dynamic storytelling, this role attracts and retains educators in the NoRedInk community, with a particular emphasis on district decision-makers. The Director of Brand and Buzz is focused on managing a team that sources leads and nurtures prospects through national and regional events, the creation of meaningful communities, webinars, short and long-form content, and the website. This position reports directly to the SVP of Marketing.

Responsibilities

  • Refine the NoRedInk written and visual brand identity to resonate with target personas in line with company goals and emerging trends. 
  • Craft and execute innovative brand campaigns that effectively communicate NoRedInk’s mission, vision, and values to target audiences. Educate and empower all employees to be brand ambassadors successfully communicating a unified message.
  • Build and maintain strategic partnerships with educational organizations, technology partners, and community groups to expand brand reach and influence. Coordinate with these partners to co-create content, sponsor events, and collaborate on community initiatives.
  • Oversee the company's website and social media platforms to ensure they serve as effective tools for brand storytelling, lead generation, and community engagement. Implement SEO strategies to increase visibility and attract more educators and administrators to the platform.
  • Guide the content strategy to position NoRedInk as a thought leader attuned to district administrators' needs, optimizing content delivery to maximize reach and impact.
  • Guide the event strategy (including national, regional, bespoke, and online events) to drive pipeline, with a special focus on target district accounts. 
  • Work with Marketing Operations to develop and implement robust tracking systems to measure the ROI of all brand and buzz initiatives, including events, content, website, and partnership activities, with a focus on their contribution to the sales pipeline. Regularly report insights and progress to senior management, making recommendations for pivoting strategies or scaling successful initiatives.
  • Lead, supervise, mentor, and develop team members to meet and exceed goals by providing feedback and guidance, as well as training and coaching opportunities.
  • Identify opportunities for earned media and facilitate the development of content with subject-matter experts, ambassadors, internal NoRedInk experts, business partners, social media influencers, or other advocates.

About You

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in education or related field preferred
  • 8+ years demonstrated success as a brand leader for B2B companies, preferably in the education sector
  • Stellar people leader who is emotionally intelligent, sets high standards; models excellence; and hires, coaches, and develops high-performing teams
  • Deep understanding of human behavior and what motivates people to take action
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills, including storytelling and the ability to present engaging webinars and events
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to plan, manage, and execute projects within budget and on schedule
  • Excellent collaboration skills; team player who effectively works cross-functionally
  • Personable, energetic, self-motivated, highly creative, and strong problem solver
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to balance multiple tasks and shifting priorities
  • Experience driving a large-scale branding or re-brand project
  • Familiar with Salesforce, webinar platforms, and relevant social media platforms
  • Experience working as a classroom teacher and/or administrator preferred
  • Ability to travel up to 15% of the time

 

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

 

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set-up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the on-target compensation range (OTE), inclusive of base and bonus, is $150,000-$180,000. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment. 

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Professional Development Consultant (Part-time trainer) - California

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of middle and high schools in the U.S. To advance our mission of helping all students harness the power of the written word, we are looking for talented Professional Development Consultants (PDC) to help teachers using NoRedInk become more effective writing instructors. 

Are you a retired educator or educator transitioning out of, or taking a break from, the classroom? This could be an excellent opportunity! In this role you will work as a part-time contractor, delivering professional development sessions to NoRedInk customers, virtually and onsite. Successful candidates should be passionate about utilizing their expertise and experience teaching English Language Arts to help teachers more effectively incorporate NoRedInk into their ELA instruction.

Professional Development Consultants must be able to participate in, and successfully complete, forty (40) hours of onboarding within 4-weeks, starting on May 13th, to become certified to conduct sessions. Onboarding is both asynchronous courses and live virtual meetings. After onboarding, the minimum hours required to be a PDC is ~10 hours per week, with most sessions being scheduled during school hours, or immediately after a typical school day.Candidates must be located within the continental United States and we are prioritizing the following states based on our needs: California, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.

This position requires reliable internet that can support video calls and a quiet, professional place to deliver sessions. PDC’s must have their own equipment necessary to deliver sessions remotely. 

As a Professional Development Consultant you will: 

  • Become an expert in NoRedInk and our professional development service offerings, utilizing your ELA domain expertise to help teachers incorporate NoRedInk into their literacy instruction
  • Facilitate highly engaging virtual and onsite professional development sessions for educators, employing an adaptive approach to meet the needs of your participants
  • Engage in internal professional development, including observations, feedback, and coaching, to further professional growth.
  • Complete pre-and post-training operations procedures, including leaving detailed notes, in a timely manner. 

About You: 

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably with a focus on English
  • Minimum of two years of US-based English Language Arts teaching experience in 4th-12th grade
  • Strong working knowledge of best practices in literacy instruction
  • Experience integrating technology into classroom instructional models
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate professional learning experiences for teachers, including an understanding of how to use adult learning principles to meet session objectives
  • Proficient with technology, confident in navigating a virtual learning experience (i.e. Zoom) and using Google Suite 
  • Experience using NoRedInk in your own ELA classrooms is an advantage, but not a requirement

Time Commitment and Engagement: 

  • Variable weekly schedules, dependent on customer demand. 

Most sessions will be scheduled during regular school hours. Occasionally there is flexibility for early morning or evening training sessions across time zones.

  • Peak training season is July-October. Training continues to be scheduled from November-May at a steady, but less frequent, rate. 

Travel: 

  • Professional Development Consultants must have the ability to travel as needed for high-demand onsite training days, particularly in July and August. They must be located within 90 minutes of a major airport and have a valid driver’s license. 
  • All travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, meals) are paid upfront by Professional Development Consultants and will be reimbursed within 2-3 weeks.    

Compensation: 

  • Consultants will bill NoRedInk for the hours worked and will be paid within two weeks of submitting the invoice. 
  • $35.00/hour for virtual sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session
  • $45.00/hour for onsite sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session + $25.00/hour of travel to/from onsite sessions
  • $1,400.00 for the forty (40) hours of onboarding in May, payable upon completion

Check out our 2-minute pitch on NBC or read articles about us in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Professional Development Consultant (Part-time trainer) - South Carolina

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of middle and high schools in the U.S. To advance our mission of helping all students harness the power of the written word, we are looking for talented Professional Development Consultants (PDC) to help teachers using NoRedInk become more effective writing instructors. 

Are you a retired educator or educator transitioning out of, or taking a break from, the classroom? This could be an excellent opportunity! In this role you will work as a part-time contractor, delivering professional development sessions to NoRedInk customers, virtually and onsite. Successful candidates should be passionate about utilizing their expertise and experience teaching English Language Arts to help teachers more effectively incorporate NoRedInk into their ELA instruction.

Professional Development Consultants must be able to participate in, and successfully complete, forty (40) hours of onboarding within 4-weeks, starting on May 13th, to become certified to conduct sessions. Onboarding is both asynchronous courses and live virtual meetings. After onboarding, the minimum hours required to be a PDC is ~10 hours per week, with most sessions being scheduled during school hours, or immediately after a typical school day.Candidates must be located within the continental United States and we are prioritizing the following states based on our needs: California, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.

This position requires reliable internet that can support video calls and a quiet, professional place to deliver sessions. PDC’s must have their own equipment necessary to deliver sessions remotely. 

As a Professional Development Consultant you will: 

  • Become an expert in NoRedInk and our professional development service offerings, utilizing your ELA domain expertise to help teachers incorporate NoRedInk into their literacy instruction
  • Facilitate highly engaging virtual and onsite professional development sessions for educators, employing an adaptive approach to meet the needs of your participants
  • Engage in internal professional development, including observations, feedback, and coaching, to further professional growth.
  • Complete pre-and post-training operations procedures, including leaving detailed notes, in a timely manner. 

About You: 

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably with a focus on English
  • Minimum of two years of US-based English Language Arts teaching experience in 4th-12th grade
  • Strong working knowledge of best practices in literacy instruction
  • Experience integrating technology into classroom instructional models
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate professional learning experiences for teachers, including an understanding of how to use adult learning principles to meet session objectives
  • Proficient with technology, confident in navigating a virtual learning experience (i.e. Zoom) and using Google Suite 
  • Experience using NoRedInk in your own ELA classrooms is an advantage, but not a requirement

Time Commitment and Engagement: 

  • Variable weekly schedules, dependent on customer demand. 

Most sessions will be scheduled during regular school hours. Occasionally there is flexibility for early morning or evening training sessions across time zones.

  • Peak training season is July-October. Training continues to be scheduled from November-May at a steady, but less frequent, rate. 

Travel: 

  • Professional Development Consultants must have the ability to travel as needed for high-demand onsite training days, particularly in July and August. They must be located within 90 minutes of a major airport and have a valid driver’s license. 
  • All travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, meals) are paid upfront by Professional Development Consultants and will be reimbursed within 2-3 weeks.    

Compensation: 

  • Consultants will bill NoRedInk for the hours worked and will be paid within two weeks of submitting the invoice. 
  • $35.00/hour for virtual sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session
  • $45.00/hour for onsite sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session + $25.00/hour of travel to/from onsite sessions
  • $1,400.00 for the forty (40) hours of onboarding in May, payable upon completion

Check out our 2-minute pitch on NBC or read articles about us in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Professional Development Consultant (Part-time trainer) - Texas

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of middle and high schools in the U.S. To advance our mission of helping all students harness the power of the written word, we are looking for talented Professional Development Consultants (PDC) to help teachers using NoRedInk become more effective writing instructors. 

Are you a retired educator or educator transitioning out of, or taking a break from, the classroom? This could be an excellent opportunity! In this role you will work as a part-time contractor, delivering professional development sessions to NoRedInk customers, virtually and onsite. Successful candidates should be passionate about utilizing their expertise and experience teaching English Language Arts to help teachers more effectively incorporate NoRedInk into their ELA instruction.

Professional Development Consultants must be able to participate in, and successfully complete, forty (40) hours of onboarding within 4-weeks, starting on May 13th, to become certified to conduct sessions. Onboarding is both asynchronous courses and live virtual meetings. After onboarding, the minimum hours required to be a PDC is ~10 hours per week, with most sessions being scheduled during school hours, or immediately after a typical school day.Candidates must be located within the continental United States and we are prioritizing the following states based on our needs: California, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.

This position requires reliable internet that can support video calls and a quiet, professional place to deliver sessions. PDC’s must have their own equipment necessary to deliver sessions remotely. 

As a Professional Development Consultant you will: 

  • Become an expert in NoRedInk and our professional development service offerings, utilizing your ELA domain expertise to help teachers incorporate NoRedInk into their literacy instruction
  • Facilitate highly engaging virtual and onsite professional development sessions for educators, employing an adaptive approach to meet the needs of your participants
  • Engage in internal professional development, including observations, feedback, and coaching, to further professional growth.
  • Complete pre-and post-training operations procedures, including leaving detailed notes, in a timely manner. 

About You: 

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably with a focus on English
  • Minimum of two years of US-based English Language Arts teaching experience in 4th-12th grade
  • Strong working knowledge of best practices in literacy instruction
  • Experience integrating technology into classroom instructional models
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate professional learning experiences for teachers, including an understanding of how to use adult learning principles to meet session objectives
  • Proficient with technology, confident in navigating a virtual learning experience (i.e. Zoom) and using Google Suite 
  • Experience using NoRedInk in your own ELA classrooms is an advantage, but not a requirement

Time Commitment and Engagement: 

  • Variable weekly schedules, dependent on customer demand. 

Most sessions will be scheduled during regular school hours. Occasionally there is flexibility for early morning or evening training sessions across time zones.

  • Peak training season is July-October. Training continues to be scheduled from November-May at a steady, but less frequent, rate. 

Travel: 

  • Professional Development Consultants must have the ability to travel as needed for high-demand onsite training days, particularly in July and August. They must be located within 90 minutes of a major airport and have a valid driver’s license. 
  • All travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, meals) are paid upfront by Professional Development Consultants and will be reimbursed within 2-3 weeks.    

Compensation: 

  • Consultants will bill NoRedInk for the hours worked and will be paid within two weeks of submitting the invoice. 
  • $35.00/hour for virtual sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session
  • $45.00/hour for onsite sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session + $25.00/hour of travel to/from onsite sessions
  • $1,400.00 for the forty (40) hours of onboarding in May, payable upon completion

Check out our 2-minute pitch on NBC or read articles about us in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Professional Development Consultant (Part-time trainer) - Virginia

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of middle and high schools in the U.S. To advance our mission of helping all students harness the power of the written word, we are looking for talented Professional Development Consultants (PDC) to help teachers using NoRedInk become more effective writing instructors. 

Are you a retired educator or educator transitioning out of, or taking a break from, the classroom? This could be an excellent opportunity! In this role you will work as a part-time contractor, delivering professional development sessions to NoRedInk customers, virtually and onsite. Successful candidates should be passionate about utilizing their expertise and experience teaching English Language Arts to help teachers more effectively incorporate NoRedInk into their ELA instruction.

Professional Development Consultants must be able to participate in, and successfully complete, forty (40) hours of onboarding within 4-weeks, starting on May 13th, to become certified to conduct sessions. Onboarding is both asynchronous courses and live virtual meetings. After onboarding, the minimum hours required to be a PDC is ~10 hours per week, with most sessions being scheduled during school hours, or immediately after a typical school day.Candidates must be located within the continental United States and we are prioritizing the following states based on our needs: California, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.

This position requires reliable internet that can support video calls and a quiet, professional place to deliver sessions. PDC’s must have their own equipment necessary to deliver sessions remotely. 

As a Professional Development Consultant you will: 

  • Become an expert in NoRedInk and our professional development service offerings, utilizing your ELA domain expertise to help teachers incorporate NoRedInk into their literacy instruction
  • Facilitate highly engaging virtual and onsite professional development sessions for educators, employing an adaptive approach to meet the needs of your participants
  • Engage in internal professional development, including observations, feedback, and coaching, to further professional growth.
  • Complete pre-and post-training operations procedures, including leaving detailed notes, in a timely manner. 

About You: 

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably with a focus on English
  • Minimum of two years of US-based English Language Arts teaching experience in 4th-12th grade
  • Strong working knowledge of best practices in literacy instruction
  • Experience integrating technology into classroom instructional models
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate professional learning experiences for teachers, including an understanding of how to use adult learning principles to meet session objectives
  • Proficient with technology, confident in navigating a virtual learning experience (i.e. Zoom) and using Google Suite 
  • Experience using NoRedInk in your own ELA classrooms is an advantage, but not a requirement

Time Commitment and Engagement: 

  • Variable weekly schedules, dependent on customer demand. 

Most sessions will be scheduled during regular school hours. Occasionally there is flexibility for early morning or evening training sessions across time zones.

  • Peak training season is July-October. Training continues to be scheduled from November-May at a steady, but less frequent, rate. 

Travel: 

  • Professional Development Consultants must have the ability to travel as needed for high-demand onsite training days, particularly in July and August. They must be located within 90 minutes of a major airport and have a valid driver’s license. 
  • All travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, meals) are paid upfront by Professional Development Consultants and will be reimbursed within 2-3 weeks.    

Compensation: 

  • Consultants will bill NoRedInk for the hours worked and will be paid within two weeks of submitting the invoice. 
  • $35.00/hour for virtual sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session
  • $45.00/hour for onsite sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session + $25.00/hour of travel to/from onsite sessions
  • $1,400.00 for the forty (40) hours of onboarding in May, payable upon completion

Check out our 2-minute pitch on NBC or read articles about us in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

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Sr. Product Manager

NoRedInkRemote (United States, Canada)

NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Sr. Product Manager

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts. Our adaptive curriculum engages learners by personalizing exercises to their interests, guiding them step-by-step through the writing process, and boosting their skills through differentiated practice. We’re relentlessly focused on helping all students harness the power of the written word.

 

About the Role

NoRedInk is looking for a product manager to join our team and help us achieve our mission of unlocking every writer’s potential. Every product manager at NoRedInk is responsible for a significant aspect of our strategy and product, and they work closely with engineering, design, and key stakeholders to identify, prioritize, and release innovative software solutions that improve the lives of the educators and students who use our products.

NoRedInk knows the value of a diverse team and welcomes applicants from a wide diversity of backgrounds and approaches.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Define, communicate, and execute strategy within your area of responsibility
  • Own and drive KPIs and targets for user adoption and engagement
  • Work with a highly talented team of engineers and designers to define, design, and build features that delight users
  • Work cross-functionally with marketing, customer success, customer support, and sales to identify opportunities and bring solutions to market
  • Adapt quickly by releasing early, analyzing data, and getting feedback from users  

 

About you:

  • 2+ years of Product Management experience and 5+ years of professional experience
  • Experience in or passion for education
  • A track record of bringing impactful user-facing products to market in either a consumer or SaaS context
  • Comfort using data to inform hypotheses and size opportunities
  • Ability to maintain strong user empathy while achieving high-level objectives
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills   

 

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

 

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the compensation range is $140,000 - $180,000 and accounts for a variety of locations and skills/experience. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment.

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

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Senior Product Designer

NoRedInkRemote (United States)
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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Senior Product Designer

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts. Our adaptive curriculum engages learners by personalizing exercises to their interests, guiding them step-by-step through the writing process, and boosting their skills through differentiated practice. We’re relentlessly focused on helping all students harness the power of the written word.

 

About the Role

NoRedInk is looking for a product designer to help us achieve our mission of unlocking every writer’s potential. In this role, you’ll serve as the dedicated designer for a cross-functional team focusing on the student learning experience. Every team at NoRedInk owns a significant aspect of our strategy and product, and you’ll work closely with product managers, engineers, curriculum specialists, and other key stakeholders to build innovative software solutions that improve the lives of our users.

More specifically, NoRedInk product designers are responsible for owning the end-to-end design strategy and solutions for their product area by using design thinking, creative problem solving, and visual design craft to deliver meaningful experiences for our students, teachers, and administrators. All of our product designers are “generalists,” meaning that they drive research, information architecture, interaction design, visual design, prototyping, and everything in between.

Design at NoRedInk sits within the larger product team, consisting of product managers and product designers. The design team itself is small but mighty, currently consisting of two other product designers.  As the third member of this team, you’ll be a partner in up-leveling the role of design at NoRedInk by assuming the highest level of ownership over our design system, direction, and processes.

 

In this role, you will:

  • Own end-to-end design for the student learning experience 
  • Drive research, information architecture, interaction design, visual design, prototyping, and usability testing for new features and enhancements.
  • Partner with product managers, engineers, curriculum specialists, and stakeholders from other departments to define, design, and build features that delight users
  • Drive improvements to our product’s overall design, tooling, and processes, and contribute to maintaining and growing our design system

 

About You:

  • 7+ years relevant experience on an in-house product design team 
  • Experience driving end-to-end design for critical, complex projects that both solve user needs and achieve business outcomes
  • Strong experience across information architecture, interaction design, visual design, and prototyping
  • Experience working on an agile team with product managers and engineers
  • Exceptional written, verbal, and visual communication skills
  • Ability to independently manage deliverables and set expectations with clear communication, planning, and estimated timelines
  • Excellent at giving and receiving design feedback 
  • Passion for K-12 education and a deep commitment to improving outcomes for students and educators

 

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

 

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set-up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the on-target compensation range, inclusive of base and sales bonus, for this role is $140,000 - $180,000. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment. 

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

 

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Customer Success Manager

NoRedInkRemote (United States)

NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Customer Success Manager

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts.  We're looking for an experienced Customer Success Manager (CSM) to structure and deliver success for a portion of our school and district customers, helping them set goals, maximize usage, and achieve desired outcomes for their students and teachers. You will be responsible for successfully implementing NoRedInk within your district portfolio.

In this role, you will:

  • Manage a territory of district-level NoRedInk Premium customers, building and maintaining strong relationships with all levels of stakeholders
  • Ensure NoRedInk is implemented with fidelity and the implementation and goals are aligned at the district level
  • Set usage and success metrics in collaboration with our customers
  • Hold regular executive business reviews with key stakeholders in partnership with the Account Manager
  • Monitor customer usage trends and optimize implementations to reach internal and external success goals
  • Leverage successful implementations as case studies and models for deploying best practices for our customers
  • Identify customer advocates and work with Marketing to collect testimonials and case studies
  • Partner with the Sales and Account Management team for expansion and new business opportunities
  • Use Salesforce to track renewal and expansion opportunities and activities
  • Identify opportunities for cross-selling NoRedInk’s other Premium offerings when appropriate
  • Work closely with an account manager counterpart to support renewal and expansion discussions
  • Exemplify NoRedInk’s mission and values in your day-to-day work

About You:

  • You have 5+ years of ELA educator experience as a teacher, tutoring programs in schools, preferably in a leadership role
  • You have a track record of building relationships with a variety of stakeholders that have resulted in measurable success
  • You're excited to travel approximately 30 days per year (for customer visits and team/industry events)
  • You have strong written and oral communication skills
  • You have familiarity with business tools such as Salesforce and Google Sheets
  • You’re organized, creative, and tenacious in making a difference for our customers
  • You want to work at a mission-driven startup with a talented team

In the interview process, you'll be evaluated for either the Mid-Market or Enterprise Customer Success Manager role, differentiated by district size, account complexity, and revenue goals. We'll assess your qualifications to identify the best match and inform you of your potential placement and rationale throughout the process.

Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, internal parity, and individuals' experience and skills. Therefore, the on-target compensation range (OTE), inclusive of base and sales bonus, for Mid-Market is $85,000 - $105,000, and Enterprise is $105,000 - $125,000.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Professional Development Consultant (Part-time trainer)

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of middle and high schools in the U.S. To advance our mission of helping all students harness the power of the written word, we are looking for talented Professional Development Consultants (PDC) to help teachers using NoRedInk become more effective writing instructors. 

Are you a retired educator or educator transitioning out of, or taking a break from, the classroom? This could be an excellent opportunity! In this role you will work as a part-time contractor, delivering professional development sessions to NoRedInk customers, virtually and onsite. Successful candidates should be passionate about utilizing their expertise and experience teaching English Language Arts to help teachers more effectively incorporate NoRedInk into their ELA instruction.

Professional Development Consultants must be able to participate in, and successfully complete, forty (40) hours of onboarding within 4-weeks, starting on May 13th, to become certified to conduct sessions. Onboarding is both asynchronous courses and live virtual meetings. After onboarding, the minimum hours required to be a PDC is ~10 hours per week, with most sessions being scheduled during school hours, or immediately after a typical school day.Candidates must be located within the continental United States and we are prioritizing the following states based on our needs: California, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.

This position requires reliable internet that can support video calls and a quiet, professional place to deliver sessions. PDC’s must have their own equipment necessary to deliver sessions remotely. 

As a Professional Development Consultant you will: 

  • Become an expert in NoRedInk and our professional development service offerings, utilizing your ELA domain expertise to help teachers incorporate NoRedInk into their literacy instruction
  • Facilitate highly engaging virtual and onsite professional development sessions for educators, employing an adaptive approach to meet the needs of your participants
  • Engage in internal professional development, including observations, feedback, and coaching, to further professional growth.
  • Complete pre-and post-training operations procedures, including leaving detailed notes, in a timely manner. 

About You: 

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably with a focus on English
  • Minimum of two years of US-based English Language Arts teaching experience in 4th-12th grade
  • Strong working knowledge of best practices in literacy instruction
  • Experience integrating technology into classroom instructional models
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate professional learning experiences for teachers, including an understanding of how to use adult learning principles to meet session objectives
  • Proficient with technology, confident in navigating a virtual learning experience (i.e. Zoom) and using Google Suite 
  • Experience using NoRedInk in your own ELA classrooms is an advantage, but not a requirement

Time Commitment and Engagement: 

  • Variable weekly schedules, dependent on customer demand. 

Most sessions will be scheduled during regular school hours. Occasionally there is flexibility for early morning or evening training sessions across time zones.

  • Peak training season is July-October. Training continues to be scheduled from November-May at a steady, but less frequent, rate. 

Travel: 

  • Professional Development Consultants must have the ability to travel as needed for high-demand onsite training days, particularly in July and August. They must be located within 90 minutes of a major airport and have a valid driver’s license. 
  • All travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, meals) are paid upfront by Professional Development Consultants and will be reimbursed within 2-3 weeks.    

Compensation: 

  • Consultants will bill NoRedInk for the hours worked and will be paid within two weeks of submitting the invoice. 
  • $35.00/hour for virtual sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session
  • $45.00/hour for onsite sessions + up to 30 minutes of prep/wrap-up time per session + $25.00/hour of travel to/from onsite sessions
  • $1,400.00 for the forty (40) hours of onboarding in May, payable upon completion

Check out our 2-minute pitch on NBC or read articles about us in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Sales Development Representative

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts. We're looking for a self-starting, goal-oriented Sales Development Representative (SDR) to join our growing sales team, playing the crucial role of breaking into new accounts and fostering relationships with multiple contacts within all levels of our target customer segments. This individual will need to understand our product inside and out, demonstrate its value to a variety of educational stakeholders, and convert interested parties into satisfied clients.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Drive NoRedInk’s growth through outbound prospecting efforts, generating sales-qualified leads that will turn into opportunities and closed partnerships with schools and districts
  • Be tenacious, conduct follow-up calls and emails until meetings are set
  • Exemplify NoRedInk’s mission and values in your day-to-day work
  • Articulate NoRedInk’s business value proposition to decision-makers to assess buying interest
  • Research accounts, identify key players, and generate interest
  • Conduct high-level conversations with senior-level executives

About You:

  • Have a track record of top performance and exceeding expectations
  • Take pride in your written and oral communication skills
  • Pick up new technologies quickly and ideally have experience using Salesforce
  • You’re outgoing, creative, and tenacious
  • Bring passion, work ethic, and a desire to make a difference
  • Have a degree from a four-year college or university

Bonus:

  • Experience working with Salesforce or any other intricate CRM 
  • Experience cold-calling and cold-emailing 
  • 1+ years of experience in B2B software sales

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with a strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, flex PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the on-target compensation range, inclusive of base and sales bonus, for this role is $67,500 - $80,000. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment. 

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

 

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Curriculum Manager

NoRedInkRemote (United States)

NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Curriculum Manager

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districtsNoRedInk is hiringexperienced curriculum designerswith people management experience to be an integral part of our Curriculum team. If you’re looking to leverage your passion for language to help students and teachers worldwide, please read on.

Key Responsibilities

  • Shape new writing curriculum, using knowledge of best practices, creativity, and a strong quality bar to break down skills and create highly supportive and engaging content.
  • Lead large curriculum development projects, ensuring adherence to timelines.
  • Develop and apply editorial processes to ensure quality.
  • Closely collaborate with product managers, designers, and engineers to shape new learning experience feature development and ensure pedagogical requirements are well-represented.
  • Develop internal processes to scale content creation, including exploring applications of AI.
  • Conduct and apply research in user needs and pedagogical best practices to inform curriculum design and evaluate its success.
  • Manage several curriculum designers as a player/coach.
 
About You
  • Youre an experienced people manager with a track record of helping your reports grow and achieve strong outcomes.
  • You’ve led large curriculum projects at an ed tech company from design to delivery, including overseeing editorial processes and the work of multiple contributors. You’ve closely collaborated with product managers, designers, and engineers on feature development for new learning experiences.
  • You’re an exceptional writer with a sharp editorial eye; you know what strong writing looks like, canexpertly tailor your message to achieve your desired impact ondifferent audiences, and can efficiently guide others to achieve the same results.
  • You’re a natural project manager; you’re always thinking ahead, flexibly managing dependencies, and keeping stakeholders informed of progress, with your end goal in mind.
  • Your strong communication skills help you to collaborate effectively within and across teams.
  • You’re great at bringing clarity to ambiguity, applying an analytical mindset to break down problems and andcreating systems to manage complex tasks. 
  • You'rea self-starter who’sincredibly organizedandtech-savvy.
  • You approach problems creatively, always keeping students and teachers in mind.
  • You’re deeply familiar with the K-12 education system, standards, and research in the learning sciences. Ideally, you have ELA teaching experience in grades 3-12.
  • You're hungry to make a difference in education. You bring passion, an awesome work ethic, and an entrepreneurial mindset to all your endeavors.
  • Bonus points if…
    • You’re familiar with LLMs and best practices in prompt engineering or have the curiosity to learn more. 
    • You have experience analyzing quantitative data or writing code.

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the compensation range is $110,000-$125,000 and accounts for a variety of locations and skills/experience. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment.

Please submit a cover letter below detailing how your experience and skills match the requirements of the role. Use it to showcase key achievements and qualifications, helping us understand your potential contribution to the team. We're looking forward to learning more about you.

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Senior Manager, Analytics & Data Science

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts. We're looking for a Senior Manager, Analytics & Data Science to lead a team of data professionals in solving customer, product, and business problems through advanced analytics, machine learning models, and data infrastructure improvements.

In this role, you will:

  • Manage and lead the data team, including data analytics, data science, and data engineering 
  • Oversee effective data management and deliverables across 4 areas of focus:
    • Product: Data available to users and other data within the application
    • BI: Data available to company leaders and other company stakeholders
    • Customers: Data available to enterprise customers
    • ML: Data management for machine learning applications
  • ​​Partner across Product and Engineering to advance our AI/ML capabilities and incorporate AI into our product by assisting in model selection, implementation, and optimization
  • Build, manage, and mentor a high-performing data team made up of data analysts, data engineers and data scientists
  • Utilize your strong project management skills to ensure the team’s efficient and effective delivery of data-related projects for cross-functional stakeholders
  • Effectively leverage our data warehouse and tools like dbt, Snowflake, Sigma, Mixpanel, and Google Analytics
  • Advise product and engineering leadership as a member of the management team, continually improving the company as a whole while simultaneously learning and growing as a leader

About You:

  • 2+ years of experience managing a team of data professionals whom you’ve helped to grow and develop while maintaining their focus on project delivery and business outcomes
  • 5+ years experience in a data science or analytics role for a B2B SaaS product company
  • Experience building and training predictive models that leverage AI/ML
  • A degree or equivalent experience in statistics, mathematics, analytics, or any related quantitative field
  • Strong collaboration, communication, and presentation skills with the ability to move fluently between metrics and business outcomes, reinforcing and ultimately championing those connections for others
  • Strong proficiency with data visualization and data-driven storytelling
  • Proficient with the use of BI and data analysis tools, data warehousing, various analysis methods, and higher level data concepts
  • Fluency with SQL and Python
  • Familiarity with data architecture, process design, and building ETL pipelines using vendor solutions like Stitch
  • An interest in and an awareness of data privacy and compliance considerations 
  • Open to working with a team spanning US-Pacific to US-East time

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the compensation range is $150,000 - $200,000. and accounts for a variety of locations and skills/experience. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment. 

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

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Senior Curriculum Specialist

NoRedInkRemote (United States)

NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Senior Curriculum Specialist

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districtsNoRedInk is hiringexperienced curriculum designersto be an integral part of our Curriculumteam. If you’re looking to leverage your passion for language to help students and teachers worldwide, please read on.

Key Responsibilities

  • Shape new writing curriculum, using knowledge of best practices, creativity, and a strong quality bar to break down skills and create highly supportive and engaging content.
  • Lead large curriculum development projects, ensuring adherence to timelines.
  • Develop and apply editorial processes to ensure quality.
  • Closely collaborate with product managers, designers, and engineers to shape new learning experience feature development and ensure pedagogical requirements are well-represented.
  • Develop internal processes to scale content creation, including exploring applications of AI.
  • Conduct and apply research in user needs and pedagogical best practices to inform curriculum design and evaluate its success.
  •  Advise and mentor more junior curriculum designers.

About You:

  • You’ve lead large curriculum projects at an ed tech company from design to delivery, including overseeing editorial processes and the work of multiple contributors. You’ve closely collaborated with product managers, designers, and engineers on feature development for new learning experiences.
  • You’re an exceptional writer with a sharp editorial eye; you know what strong writing looks like, canexpertly tailor your message to achieve your desired impact ondifferent audiences, and can efficiently guide others achieve the same results.
  • You’re a natural project manager; you’re always thinking ahead, flexibly managing dependencies, and keeping stakeholders informed of progress, with your end goal in mind.
  • Your strong communication skills help you to collaborate effectively within and across teams.
  • You have a track record of helping others grow and achieve strong outcomes, whether through formal management or supervision or informal mentoring.
  • You’re great at bringing clarity to ambiguity, applying an analytical mindset to break down problems and andcreating systems to manage complex tasks. 
  • You'rea self-starter who’sincredibly organizedandtech-savvy.
  • You approach problems creatively, always keeping students and teachers in mind.
  • You’re deeply familiar with the K-12 education system, standards, and research in the learning sciences. Ideally, you have ELA teaching experience in grades 3-12.
  • You're hungry to make a difference in education. You bring passion, an awesome work ethic, and an entrepreneurial mindset to all your endeavors.
  • Bonus points if…
  • You’re familiar with LLMs and best practices in prompt engineering or have the curiosity to learn more. 
  • You have experience analyzing quantitative data or writing code.

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the compensation range is $90,000 - $115,000 and accounts for a variety of locations and skills/experience. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment.

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Senior Manager, Corporate IT

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts. To further advance our mission, NoRedInk is seeking a highly motivated and experienced Senior Manager of Corporate IT.  As the Senior Manager of Corporate IT, you will be the sole individual responsible for managing and optimizing NoRedInk's internal technology infrastructure. You will play a critical role in ensuring the reliability, security, and efficiency of our IT systems and services, enabling our employees to work effectively and supporting the company's overall business objectives. 

Responsibilities:

  • IT Infrastructure Management: Lead the planning, implementation, and maintenance of NoRedInk's internal IT infrastructure.
  • User Support and Helpdesk Services: Serve as the frontline liaison for all IT-related matters, promptly responding to IT-related issues and ensuring that technology resources are accessible and functional for all employees, including on and offboarding and tracking user accounts. Develop and enhance self-service solutions, empowering our workforce to resolve common challenges independently. Manage AV technology for occasional on-site events.
  • Security and Compliance: Represent Corporate IT in regular security council meetings and implement security measures to protect the company's data, systems, and networks. Ensure compliance with relevant regulations and industry best practices, overseeing user provisioning, access management, Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions, and regular software updates.
  • Collaboration Tools: Manage our suite of collaboration tools and software platforms, fostering seamless communication, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing among our employees.
  • Vendor Management: Manage relationships with technology vendors and service providers. Evaluate vendor products and services, negotiate contracts, and oversee vendor performance to ensure that the company's technology needs are met effectively and cost-efficiently.
  • Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity: Develop and implement disaster recovery and business continuity plans to ensure the company can recover quickly from unexpected disruptions such as natural disasters, cyber-attacks, or hardware failures.
  • Business Process Optimization: Work cross-functionally to identify potential efficiency improvements through the use of technology. Analyze workflows, identify bottlenecks, and implement software solutions to streamline operations and enhance productivity.

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field
  • Minimum of 5 years in IT, with a strong background in running IT help desks and providing excellent customer service.
  • Experience with cloud computing platforms, virtualization technologies, and enterprise software solutions
  • Experience supporting a remote or hybrid workforce using MacOS products.
  • Excellent leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues across different departments and levels of the organization
  • Strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities. Ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Demonstrated experience in implementing and expanding self-service solutions

Preferred Skills

  • Relevant IT certifications (e.g. ITIL, CompTIA)
  • Experience securing and maintaining security compliance certification and preparing for security audits (e.g. ISO 27001, SOC2, or similar)
  • Experience working at a SaaS company with 100-250 team members.

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the compensation range is $115,000 - $135,000. and accounts for a variety of locations and skills/experience. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment. 

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote RFP Writer (Contractor)

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts. We're looking for an RFP Writer contractor who will be responsible for crafting compelling and accurate responses to Request for Proposals from potential customers. Your primary objective is to create well-structured, persuasive documents that showcase NoRedInk’s capabilities, expertise, and alignment with the school or district's needs. This role requires a strong understanding of the organization's products or services, the ability to collaborate with subject matter experts, and excellent writing skills.

Key Responsibilities:

RFP Analysis:

  • Review and analyze incoming RFPs to understand client requirements, evaluation criteria, and submission guidelines.
  • Collaborate with sales, product, and technical teams to gather relevant information for the proposal.

Content Development:

  • Develop clear and concise content that addresses all components of the RFP, including executive summaries, technical specifications, and pricing details.
  • Customize standard proposal content to align with specific client needs and demonstrate a deep understanding of their challenges.

Collaboration:

  • Work closely with subject matter experts, sales teams, and other stakeholders to gather accurate and up-to-date information for proposal inclusion.

Compliance and Quality Assurance:

  • Ensure that all proposal responses comply with the requirements outlined in the RFP.
  • Conduct thorough quality checks to guarantee accuracy, consistency, and adherence to company standards.

Research:

  • Research to gather supporting data and statistics for use in proposals.

Deadline Management:

  • Develop and maintain a schedule to manage multiple RFPs simultaneously, ensuring timely submission of high-quality proposals.
  • Coordinate with various departments to obtain necessary approvals and signatures within deadlines.

Knowledge Management:

  • Maintain a repository of proposal content, templates, and supporting documents for future use.
  • Continuously update and improve content based on feedback and changing business requirements.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Proven experience in RFP writing, preferably in a technology or service-oriented industry.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience using proposal management tools and software.
  • Strong project management and organizational abilities.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Detail-oriented with a focus on quality and accuracy.
  • Bachelor's degree in English, Communications, Business, or a related field.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Professional certification in proposal management or a related field.
  • Knowledge of procurement processes and government contracting (if applicable).
  • Experience writing RFPs for education or Ed Tech companies preferred.

To accommodate project needs and workload fluctuations, the hours for this contractor position may vary. While we strive to provide consistency, please be aware that your weekly hours may increase or decrease based on current project demands and business requirements. Flexibility in your schedule will be essential to adapt to these changes as they arise. Expected hours of work could range from 0-30 hours per week. 

Hourly pay range: $50-$70 

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

*Note: Agencies or other third-party recruiters may not submit unsolicited candidate resumes or their information to any NoRedInk employee, including a NoRedInk Recruiter, unless a contract is signed and you are given permission by the Talent Acquisition team to work on a job opening.

 

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NoRedInk is hiring a Remote Director, Marketing Operations

Teaching kids to think critically and communicate effectively has never been more important, and NoRedInk helps students become better writers in more than 60% of U.S. school districts.

We are currently seeking a hands-on Director of Marketing Operations to spearhead our marketing operations team. This role is pivotal in ensuring that our marketing strategies are data-driven, efficient, and seamlessly integrated with our broader business objectives and our product experience. As the Director of Marketing Operations, you will manage a small team (starting with one direct report), report directly to the SVP of Marketing, and significantly contribute to our long-term marketing strategy and educational mission.

 

Key Responsibilities:

Marketing Strategy Implementation

  • Develop and implement comprehensive marketing strategies to effectively reach target district and school audiences.
  • Collaborate with product, sales, customer success, and revenue operations teams to align marketing initiatives with company objectives.

Data Analysis and Insight Generation

  • Coach the marketing team to utilize data analytics to drive marketing decisions and measure campaign effectiveness.
  • Regularly report on marketing KPIs to senior management, providing actionable insights.

Team Leadership and Development:

  • Lead and coach the marketing operations team, fostering an environment of continuous learning and improvement.
  • Encourage innovation and creativity within the team.

Cross-functional Collaboration

  • Work closely with other departments to ensure a cohesive and unified approach to customer engagement and experience.
  • Contribute to company-wide strategy discussions and decision-making processes.

Technology and Process Optimization:

  • Oversee the efficacy and administration of the marketing technology stack, including but not limited to Salesforce, HubSpot, Clearbit, WordPress, Airtable, and Highspot.
  • Lead our Pardot-to-Hubspot migration, in partnership with our Marketing Operations Manager (who has Pardot experience).
  • Collaborate closely with the engineering team to capture and leverage website and product data as appropriate, and to optimize the overlap between product and GTM systems and communications.
  • Collaborate with the data team to consolidate data sources in an effort to simplify and improve visibility of reports.
  • Oversee the marketing website performance including driving strategy and new initiatives to optimize conversion rates.
  • Continuously refine and improve marketing processes for greater efficiency and effectiveness.

About You:

  • Minimum of 6+ years in marketing operations, preferably in a B2B SaaS and/or education technology environment.
  • 3+ years as a people leader
  • Demonstrated ability in developing and executing successful marketing strategies that drive impact.
  • Data expert, able to develop dashboards and reports to support monthly and quarterly reporting cadence
  • Strong analytical skills with a track record of successfully advising leaders and peers on data-driven decision-making.
  • Expertise with Salesforce reporting and marketing automation tools (HubSpot preferred).
  • Excellent leadership and team-building skills, with experience managing small teams.
  • Ability to inspire and motivate, fostering a positive and productive work environment.
  • Effective and clear executive-level communication skills, both verbal and written
  • A collaborative mindset, adept at working with cross-functional teams.
  • A passion for innovation and a desire to stay abreast of the latest marketing trends and technologies.
  • Willing to travel up to 5% of the time.

What NoRedInk Offers:

  • A competitive salary and equity package in a well-funded startup with a strong product-market fit
  • Excellent health, vision, and dental benefits (U.S. Only)
  • 100% remote work environment
  • Flexible PTO and paid parental leave
  • 401(k) (U.S. Only)
  • LinkedIn Learning subscription with unlimited access to thousands of expert-led online courses
  • Team retreats and events to connect with fun, talented coworkers
  • The ability to help millions of students and teachers and address a critical societal need

About NoRedInk:

NoRedInk helps students in over 60% of US school districts become better writers. Our deeply engaging, adaptive curriculum personalizes exercises to kids' interests, guides them through the writing process with instructional support, and boosts their skills through targeted practice. Students have completed over 10 billion exercises on our site, and our mission is to help all students harness the power of the written word.

Check out our press page, including our 2-minute pitch on NBC and articles in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

NoRedInk believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. At NoRedInk, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. 

Compensation at NoRedInk is robust and includes a full range of benefits, unlimited PTO, monthly co-working stipends, an initial home-office set-up stipend, and generous equity. Our salary ranges are based on factors such as expectations as laid out in the job description, location-specific market data, internal parity, and the experience and skills of individual candidates. Therefore, the compensation range which includes salary + bonus is $150,000 - $202,000 and accounts for a variety of locations and skills/experience. Please know that if you are invited to speak with a recruiter at NoRedInk, they will have an open discussion about compensation during your first call to ensure alignment. 

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