HBS Online is Harvard Business School's vision of business education re-imagined for the digital age. Our mission is simple: to create learning experiences that bring business education to life. While product development is ongoing, we have two unique initial offerings – HBS Online CORe, our primer on the fundamentals of business, and HBS Online Courses, a series of programs intended to showcase faculty ideas. Products are delivered through unique platforms, including 1) our online platform that offers self-paced learning experiences grounded in interactive, real-world problem solving, and 2) Live, a one-of-a-kind virtual classroom that allows participants worldwide to interact in real time with one another and a faculty member, much as they would in the famed HBS classroom.
HBS Online is actively recruiting talented, creative people with a passion for technology, education, and business. Benefits of joining the HBS Online team include participation in the HBS culture of learning, the larger University setting, and our fast-paced and high-energy start-up environment.
Reporting Relationship Reports to the Academic Operations Manager
Role Responsibilities As part of the HBS Online Course Development team, the Course Delivery Specialist works collaboratively with Content Developers under the direction of the Academic Operations Manager to support the delivery of a portfolio of online courses to learners across the globe. Duties include:
Learner and course delivery support – 45%
Handle assigned tickets using templates, develop judgment regarding where tickets go – 35%
Communicating via an email-based ticket tracking system with learners across the globe to support a positive educational experience on the HBS Online Course Platform.
Reporting technology issues and requests to the HBS Online software development team, based on feedback gathered from learners.
Administrative – 30%
Running administrative reports for HBS Online courses, including learner engagement and learner eligibility reports.
Reviewing learner responses for plagiarism and producing weekly plagiarism tracking reports.
Working with various HBS Online teams to suggest and implement improvements to course assignments, procedures, or administrative processes.
Content Entry – 25%
Maintaining course survey questions and entering course materials into the proprietary HBS Online Course Platform
Proofreading and participating in alpha reviews of new courses in development.
Other duties as assigned
Cover Letter is Required.
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2-3 years related experience; a combination of education and experience may be considered
BA/BS preferred; education may count toward years of experience.
Outstanding attention to detail and a strong customer service perspective.
Excellent organizational, communication, and writing skills.
Strong problem-solving skills, with abilities to shift focus as required and to work in an open team environment.
Experience with Microsoft Office (including Excel) and basic HTML, with a willingness to learn new software and systems as needed.
Some experience with proofreading and editing.
Experience with online education
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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