jobs → → User Operation Manager
Years of Experience
Negotiable / Month
Post Date: Apr 11, 2017
Founded in 2013, our client's mission is to provide the American elementary school experience to children in China between the ages of five to twelve years old, all from the comfort of their homes. Headquartered in Beijing, the company offers fully immersive one-on-one English language instruction provided online by the world's most highly qualified teachers.
1/ Develop user-centered operational plans, decompose and implement the plans effectively, to ensure the realization of the goal;
2/ Be responsible for the user activity, maintain active users and activate silent users, design effective incentive mechanism for different user types and enhance the activity and retention rate;
3/ Be in charge of all kinds of online and offline marketing program planning, organization and implementation in order to expand and maintain the user as the goal, be responsible for the results and analyze the effect, to create high-quality marketing case;
4/ Collect, organize, classify and analyze the user needs, adapting to the status of business development, propose product and curriculum modification requirements, and coordinate the resources to follow up the implementation.
1/ 1-3 years of user operation experience in the Internet industry, experience with online education products is preferred;
2/ Data oriented, logical thinking, initiate structured analysis and solutions for a variety of problems;
3/ Excavate customer demands through the analysis and research;
4/ Be able to plan and implement online marketing activities to ensure that students are active and retained;
5/ Get directly involved in product design and policy making, etc based on user needs and complaints & feedback collection;
6/ Teachers experience is preferred, candidates with children are preferred.
If you wish to apply for this vacancy, please send your CV + description of your current situation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Email subject line: “User Operation Manager [Beijing]”