Assistant Manager - Talent Acquisition at Camp K12
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Executive Assistant To CEO (4-8 yrs)
Want to build a business 0 to 1? Come join us! We are a team from MIT, Wharton, HBS, Bain, BCG, Flipkart and making a difference to thousands of students worldwide.
About Camp K12 :
Camp K12 is a Global Online School for 21st century skills founded by an MIT/Harvard computer science alum (ex-Google, McKinsey) and the Ex-CEO of Apple India. We- re teaching Coding and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics) to kids age 5 - 18 via LIVE, interactive online sessions (1-on-1 and small-group) that take place in our gamified virtual classrooms and work 10x better than status quo.
We raised a seed round in March 2020, scaled revenue 120x as our team grew from 25 to 450 people. 200k+ students taught, looking to build a $1B+ global online school of the future, a one-stop shop for 21st parent/student needs including learning, credentialing, games/community and more.
We raised $12 million in August 2021, as a part of our Series A funding round co-led by Matrix Partners India and Elevation Capital.
The core team hails from Wharton, Bain, BCG, IIT, and Teach for India and includes industry veterans from large 2-sided market systems like Uber, Ola, Swiggy, and Amazon.
Roles and Responsibilities :
- Coordinate executive communications, including taking calls, responding to emails and interfacing with clients
- Prepare internal and external corporate documents for team members and industry partners
- Schedule meetings and appointments and manage travel itineraries
- Manage approvals, vendor sign offs and negotiations with vendors, and subsequent follow ups with the finance department.
- Handling special projects (Market research for new geographies etc)
- Run meetings on behalf of the CEO from time to time, maintain action points and ensure proper follow ups.
- Maintain an organized filing system of paper and electronic documents
- Uphold a strict level of confidentiality