Alison was founded in Galway in 2007 and has grown organically to become a major force in free online education and skills training. Today, with more than 12 million learners in 195 countries, Alison is changing how the world learns and up-skills. They are committed to equality and access to education and skills training irrespective of gender, geography, economic status or any other barriers that can so often stunt potential. They offer a range of free courses that meet the many diverse needs of their learners. The UN declared in Article 26 of the 1946 Declaration of Human Rights that “Education shall be free…”. This statement has always inspired them. Alison is free of charge to you. It’s still a business – albeit a socially-focused one. They are a social enterprise making their money through advertising, merchandise, and the sale of Certificates and Diplomas, should a graduate choose to buy one.
What they say about this role:
Would like to join an energetic team of professionals changing the world one learner at a time through free education? At Alison, we are ambitious about what we can do and the impact we can make. It’s a hard-working and driven workplace; a fast-growing, dynamic environment ideal for anyone seeking to get ahead in their career, yet at the same time, satisfying that urge we all have to make a real impact in others people’s lives through our work.
Our strong growth means we are always looking for exceptional talented individuals to join our team. If you believe in education as a power for good, Alison can give you the opportunity to use your skills in a way that really matters.
Alison seeks to grow its Business Analytics team who are responsible for developing and analysing various reports and processes within the business, bringing added value and drive to Alison’s projects and operations. Business Analysts troubleshoot problems and provide solutions by identifying, distinguishing and analysing multiple trends and components of a problem, challenge, or opportunity, and then make conclusions and/or recommendations using high-level quantitative skills. Analysts are required for the following functions:
- Financial Planning
- Operations Management
- Advertising Yield Management
- Special Projects