IEC Account Coordinator, Seattle

  • 2108 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329, USA
  • Full-time

Company Description

Founded in 2001, Applerouth began in Atlanta as a local tutoring group and a labor of love.  We’ve since grown into a flourishing national organization with more than 200 tutors and offices in Atlanta, DC, New York, Los Angeles, and Seattle.  Our students come to us from all over the world and span the gamut from those in pursuit of perfect SAT scores to those struggling to overcome severe learning differences.  While we’ve expanded our reach, we’ve retained our down-to-earth attitude and innovative approach to education.

We’ve built our business on the motto “Better Tutors. Better Results,” but this emphasis on the quality of our team extends beyond well beyond our tutors.  We are proud of the fact that our instructors, material creators, sales consultants, and service providers all outshine those of other companies in the industry. 

Job Description

Applerouth Tutoring Services seeks a proactive, self-directed, organized and detail-oriented individual to support business development efforts in the IEC community in Seattle.  The Account Coordinator will serve as part of the IEC Business Development team and will be committed to ensuring that we continue to provide first-class service and expert resources to the IEC community. This individual would be responsible for supporting the Seattle Business Development Director in keeping IECs informed about Applerouth’s service offerings, industry trends, and their clients’ tutoring progress.

  • Manage IEC student accounts to help the Director facilitate successful student experiences and timely communication with IECs about their students throughout the client lifecycle

  • Prepare student updates for active students as well as potential clients who are currently in the enrollment process

  • Assist with inter-departmental communication to implement IEC-related initiatives

  • Assist in setting up and managing luncheons, meetings, “meet the tutors” events and other events for IECs

Other Tasks the Company Might Require

  • Remain abreast of industry trends, competitive products, and opportunities for expansion

  • Participate in regular check-in, team meetings, and All Hands meetings

  • Other tasks as the company may require


  • BS/BA required

  • Strong organizational skills

  • The ability to manage and balance a variety of responsibilities

  • A record of proactive professionalism and excellent problem solving skills

  • Experience in the tutoring, test prep, education consulting or admissions fields strongly preferred

  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills

  • Excellent planning, organizational, and prioritization skills

  • Experience driving business growth, ideally in a new market or start-up organization, a plus but not required

  • Willingness to travel occasionally (5-10%) for meetings or events

Additional Information

Position Type: Part Time
Compensation: Hourly
Location: Seattle

Why Work at Applerouth?

  • The Team. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more fun, creative, intelligent group of people. Office meetings may sometimes get nerdy (in a recent one, we may have debated whether it’s grammatically correct to say “myriad of opportunities” versus “myriad opportunities”), but we have a lot of fun. Trivia nights, company lunches, April Fools pranks, etc. abound.

  • Autonomy. We hire the best, and we empower them to do the most. If you’re hitting your goals and keeping your clients happy, you won’t find many micromanagers among us.

  • Growth potential. Our materials and tutoring methods are at the cutting edge of education, and our fantastic results and customer service have contributed to rapid growth year over year. Since we promote from within whenever possible, this translates into myriad opportunities for motivated employees.

Applicants will be considered for the position on the basis of their qualifications and ability to perform the job for which they are applying. Applerouth does not discriminate based on the basis of race, color, genetics, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or status as a special disabled or other veteran covered by the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Act of 1974, as amended