Careers with Renaissance
Established in 1999, the company has been selling our products to schools in the UK for over 15 years. We are growing and now have over 70 employees in the UK office, based near South Quay in London’s Docklands. Employees work in coaching, customer services, sales, marketing, content writing and administration.
“Working for the company is fun; I enjoy the environment, I enjoy the people that I work with.”
Yasmin, Customer Services Representative
“The staff here are very friendly, courteous and helpful”
Mez, Senior Regional Account Manager
What do I get?
- 25 days annual leave
- Company pension scheme (double matching)
- Life assurance and personal accident
- Income protection scheme
- Health Shield Cash Plan
- Employee assistance programme provided by Health Shield
- Interest free travel ticket loan
- Childcare vouchers
In addition to these formal benefits we also have social events throughout the year. These include our summer party and Christmas drinks.
Register your interest
- Customer Services
- Product Content
If you are interested in working for Renaissance Learning but there are no suitable vacancies we would still love to hear from you. Please email your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s it like to work for Renaissance Learning?
“The people here are brilliant; everyone was welcoming when I first started and it’s been a really positive environment to work in ever since.”
Assessment Marketing Executive
We have vacancy for an Assessment Marketing Executive to join our Marketing team.
You’ll be responsible for the creation and management of lead-generating campaigns to promote Renaissance Star Assessment products to both existing customers and prospects. You’ll develop key messaging for Star Assessments for print and digital assets, and for use with social media promotion.
You’ll be a self-starter with excellent communication and organisation skills. You’ll have a high level of responsiveness to colleagues, customers and prospects and a broad understanding of all areas of marketing, with the ability to work unsupervised and to tight deadlines.
You’ll have extensive experience of working in a marketing environment and ideally you’ll have a marketing or a business degree. Experience of education, specifically assessment is desirable however training will be provided.
To apply, send your covering letter and CV to email@example.com with the title Assessment Marketing Executive.
Closing date: 20 January 2017
International Sales Manager
We are looking for an International Sales Manager to join our new International division.
You’ll be responsible for sales growth of Renaissance Learning products across international schools worldwide. Responsibilities include establishing and developing relationships with key decision makers within international schools, delivering sales presentations, both face-to-face and virtually to demonstrate how Renaissance Learning products can effectively improve student levels of attainment.
Your main focus will be identifying potential new and emerging opportunities for Renaissance products within the international schools’ market.
You will be a graduate with extensive experience of working in a global sales environment. You’ll be an outstanding communicator, especially on the telephone and be fluent in English and at least one other language. You’ll have proven success with consultative sales with the ability to build, work and close an annual pipeline with open opportunities. You’ll have experience of selling educational software or educational technology and be an expert in the K-12 market and technology space. You’ll be practised in providing presentations and demonstrating technology both online and face-to-face.
This is an office based position but you must be able to travel.
To apply, send your covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title International Sales Manager.
Are you passionate about literature and want to help children learn to read?
We are looking for freelance quiz writers to produce content for our Accelerated Reader (AR) product, which is designed to verify that students have read a given book with a basic level of comprehension. Performance of quizzes becomes part of an electronic record that teachers use to set reading practice, monitor progress, identify areas for improvement and reward success. Because of this, years of research has gone into developing a straightforward, plot-driven quiz that accurately tests comprehension. Following strict guidelines, the quiz writer’s task is to match the quiz’s focus and linguistic complexity to that of the text. While there is a creative element to the work, quizzes follow a specific structure. Experience in copywriting or technical writing is an advantage.
You’ll be a fast reader with an expert knowledge of English grammar. While most of the work will be done from home, you must be able to come into the London office one day per week. Work in-house takes place according to an individually assigned schedule. Quiz writers will be expected to attend periodic meetings and training in the London office.
Applicants will be asked to take part in a multi-stage process prior to selection.
Stage 1: Completion of a quiz writing exercise, which will be posted to you on receipt of your CV.
Stage 2: If selected, applicants will be invited to attend a selection day, which will allow you to delve deeper into the role and test your quiz writing skills.
Stage 3: Over a period of 4-6 weeks, successful stage 2 applicants must demonstrate the ability to write quizzes at varying levels of difficulty according to AR style and format rules. Freelance contracts will be offered to those who show consistent improvement in the quality of their quizzes.
This is a freelancer position.
To apply, send your covering letter and CV to email@example.com with the title ‘Quiz Writer’.