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Current Job Openings at CrackVerbal

 

Listed below are the current job openings at CrackVerbal. If you feel that you are a perfect fit, then just go ahead and apply! We love people who are young, dynamic and want to make a difference!

 

1) Verbal Faculty:

Are your GMAT or GRE scores conversation starters?

  • Have you ever been accused of being a Grammar Nazi?
  • Does fixing errors in other peoples writing give you a kick?
  • Did you answer with a Yes to most of these questions?
  • Then we need you!

     

    As part of the CrackVerbal’s Academic team member, you will do 2 things:

    (a) Teaching: As a CrackVerbal Verbal Faculty, you would be teaching along with the best trainers in the business (the average GMAT / GRE scores of our faculty is in the 95th %ile range). What we teach is fixed, but how you teach it is up to you. We want you to bring your personality to the classroom.If you love drama and theatre then this is the place for you because engaging a student with the attention span of a goldfish (eroded by Whatsapp, Facebook, and Twitter) for 3-4 hours is an art.

    (b) Mentoring: Teaching is just part of the job-role, we also expect you to support students through email, and online forums. It is a lot easier to explain while talking writing the same explanation can get very hard.On some days, you may need to conduct workshops, which would require creating content from scratch. On other days, you may need to explain to a student why his score are not improving. Figuring out the problem is usually half the solution but it is usually the more difficult half.

     

    2) Wordsmiths! (Content Writers):

    Used Bookstores, Proof-reading, Blank diaries and ink pens, First Editions, The Oxford Dictionary, WordPress Blogs, Shakespeare’s sonnets, Kindle Store, Libraries, Grammar Nazi

    If reading these phrases brought a wide smile to your face, then were looking for you!

    As a content writer, your typical day at CrackVerbal will involve a combination of the below activities .

  • Writing blogs and articles for the CrackVerbal website and for other publications.
  • Working with students on their MBA and MS applications by reviewing, editing, and proof-reading essays, resumes and letters of recommendation.
  • Reviewing marketing collateral (such as student outreach emails, campaign emails, and newsletters), academic content, landing page copy, ad copy and SMS broadcasts.
  • Mentoring others in the team on good writing practices – not just syntax and grammar (which are a given), but semantics such as tone and voice.
  • Teaming up with a talented and creative bunch of mavericks to generate awesome ideas!
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    3) Community Management:

    As a community manager, you will be responsible for contributing to various online forums and for show casing CrackVerbal’s thought leadership among the test prep community.

    Leveraging word-of-mouth to encourage existing users to share our product with new users.

    Amplifying the positive feedback on popular forums such as Quora through user reviews.

    Interview successful students to showcase the effectiveness of the solution.

    Skills required:

  • You understand topics tested on various standardized tests such as CAT, GRE, GMAT. More importantly, you know the pain points that is felt by the students, and have solutions to address them.
  • You understand the power of good copy. You’re curious about the psychology of persuasion. Probably you’re a voracious reader – devouring copious amounts of text everyday.
  • Your creativity has been honed by your education or your experience or both. You understand how to communicate effectively using various media formats – text, audio, video, presentation, and images.
  • You are comfortable with the tools of the trade such as image editing software, content management systems, and video editing tools.
  • You understand the demographic, and speak our customers language. You have written for the internet, and understand why the language has to be sometimes break the rules of grammar to be effective. And emphatic.
  • You are naturally comfortable interacting with people – be it brainstorming with others in the marketing team, or be it taking telephonic or video interviews with students.
  • You love challenges – especially doing things that requires you to independently research on new things, and autonomously execute those.
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    4) Growth Hacker:

    You’re likely an analytical thinker who has also spent a great deal of time studying the top growth hackers in the industry like Neil Patel, and Brian Dean but you don’t blindly follow them.

  • You’re creative and aspire to be a leader.
  • You understand the demographic, and speak our customers language.
  • You’re interested in becoming an expert data driven marketer.
  • You’ve already built and optimize websites, email lists, and are familiar with all the analytics tools.
  • You’re a voracious reader – devouring copious amounts of text everyday.
  • You obsess over understanding anything that’s a mystery to you.
  • You probably understand technology very well. Maybe not expert level but it has shaped your analytical mindset.
  • You understand the power of good copy. You’re curious about the psychology of persuasion.
  • The job role would involve:

     

    1. Organic Traffic/SEO: Identifying the strategy for the keywords to target, the relevant content to be shown, getting authoritative backlinks and the right mix of UI/UX & page load speed.

    2. Paid Acquisition: Constantly optimize paid campaigns like SEM and affiliate networks for ROI.

    3. Data Analytics: Analysing marketing and campaign performance and optimize based on insights using Google Analytics, AdWords, etc. to provide weekly and monthly performance reports accompanied by analysis and innovative ways to improve on those metrics.

    4. Social Media Marketing: Engaging with prospective customers on various social media platforms such as Linkedin, Facebook, and Twitter. Creatively promote engagement, with both in-house and curated content

    5. Content Marketing: Leveraging blog posts, info-graphics, and videos to increase brand awareness and site traffic. Writing ad copies and communications materials for social media channels, search engine marketing and landing pages.Create original content and reach out to guest bloggers. Identify interesting data that can be turned into infographics.

    6. Conversion Optimization: Turning visitors into users.Utilize website to drive customer engagement and influence customer decision. Doing A/B testing, and running analytics to see which landing page converts better.

     

    If any of these jobs sound exciting and you cannot wait to talk to someone to know more about this, then just drop an email to hr@crackverbal.com with the answer to this question:

    Why should we hire you?

    Want to know more about us?? You can visit our website at www.crackverbal.com

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