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Manager, Employer Partners

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WeWork, Denver Colorado United States of America

Make a life, not just a living.


The Flatiron School is seeking an Employer Partnerships Manager to join our rapidly growing Career Services team!

At Flatiron School, we teach software engineering skills to passionate, curious people, and help them kick off new careers in technology. Our Career Services team is responsible for ensuring our graduates can navigate their program successfully while they’re here, and the job market successfully after graduation. As part of that team, our Employer Partnerships (EP) function creates, maintains, and deepens relationships with hundreds of employers across the country, giving them access to the best-fit graduates for their teams — in the right places, and at the right times.  

Our Employer Partnerships Managers are responsible for overseeing teams of Employer Partnerships Account Executives, who create and maintain our employer relationships in each market. This EP Manager will be based at Flatiron’s campus in San Francisco, and oversee several small teams of EP Account Executives across our local campuses worldwide. In this position, you will have the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the rapid growth of our organization by facilitating the expansion of our team globally, by helping companies staff their teams to accomplish their own missions, and by helping students achieve their goals of starting new careers. A successful Employer Partnerships Manager is passionate about coaching and inspiring his or her team, about consultative sales and account management, and about providing exceptional service to our employer partners.

The Employer Partnerships Manager will:

  • Lead the hiring and onboarding process for EP Account Executives including interviewing, making offers to and onboarding prospective candidates.

  • Provide ongoing coaching, training, and feedback to a team of EP Account Executives, with an eye towards consistently achieving our job placement goals in a way that’s aligned with our values.

  • Roll up your sleeves and talk to our clients: Accompany your team on sales calls and meetings; partner with your team on effective outreach, follow-up communications; coach and help create presentation collateral; attend meetups and events with your team to identify and model productive networking and prospecting practices.

  • Identify and execute strategies to make your team more effective. EP Managers are responsible for identifying patterns and opportunities across their teams, and creating and executing solutions that help make their Associates more successful. Do we need a new CRM strategy? A different territory management system? Updated collateral for startup accounts? A change in our events strategy? It’s your job to identify and execute on those opportunities.

  • Be responsible for the success of a team: EP Managers’ primary goal is to ensure their team of EP Account Executives hit their targets.

A successful Employer Partnerships Manager has/is:

  • An experienced sales manager, with at least two years of experience overseeing a quota-driven team

  • A passionate salesperson, with at least two years of experience managing a pipeline, and developing, cultivating, and closing sales as an individual contributor

  • Inspiring and motivating, coaching and pushing your team to achieve their goals

  • Data-driven, with experience using sales metrics to inform your decision-making. A successful EP Manager uses data to inform team-wide strategic decisions, as well as to facilitate coaching each team member to achieve his or her goals

  • Scrappy and resourceful, continually identifying new and novel ways to get stuff done with limited resources

  • Athletic and flexible: You’re constantly asking yourself whether what we’re doing still makes sense in our fast-moving environment.

  • Team player who can work cross-departmentally to contextualize the EP team’s needs within the needs of the wider organization, leveraging resources from and collaborating with other departments as necessary and appropriate

  • A role model for Flatiron values across the department: Be Scrappy, Make No Little Plans, Work Together, Radiate Positivity, Pursue Mastery

About Flatiron School

Flatiron School teaches passionate, creative people how to code. We’ve been teaching since 2012, and now we’re developing software and programs to bring our successful curriculum to more students. We are more than just a school — we are a team of mission-driven individuals trying to align education with reality. Over our five years as a school, we’ve helped over one thousand students learn to code and launch careers in tech. To achieve these outcomes, we’ve never let ourselves stop growing – we’ve constantly iterated on our curriculum, evolved our teaching techniques, and created technology to improve our students’ learning experience.

For the next step in our growth, Flatiron School has joined the WeWork family. In WeWork, we’ve found a partner who shares the mission we’ve had since the beginning: to enable passionate people to learn the skills they need to pursue careers and lives they love. And that mission won’t change. As part of WeWork, we look forward to working together to expand our in-person and online programs and further increase accessibility to our transformative education.

About WeWork

In just 8 years, WeWork has grown into a global community, transforming people's workplaces into beautiful, inspiring environments. And that commitment to building the best workplaces in the world extends to their own employees. WeWork is driven by their mission: Create Your Life's Work. 

And that mission is paying off. WeWork's real estate portfolio covers more than 14 million square feet; they have more than 220,000 members and 234 locations (and counting).

If you're ready to change people's lives, take a look at the wide variety of roles they're hiring for.  


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