Operations Coordinator

Employment type
about 2 months ago
Los Angeles

Grid110 seeks a full time Operations Coordinator to support the systems, processes and tools that power our programs and our organization. The role will require someone who has experience working in a fast-paced environment and is proactive, an effective communicator, and a self-starter. Prior experience or interest in startups, project management or operations is a plus.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Program Recruitment & Applications: coordinate our program application process/timelines, company recruitment, interviews and selection processes
  • Mentorship Platform: coordinate the onboarding, assessment and matching process for our network of mentors and subject matter experts.
  • Internal Systems: coordinate and maintain our application process, company reporting (Airtable/Typeform) and team/community resources (Notion).
  • Collaborate with the team on creative initiatives to foster high touchpoints of engagement and interaction for our community (180+ companies).
  • Contribute to the on-going development, iteration and expansion of Grid110 programs and engagement of program alumni.


What we’re looking for:

  • Process and systems oriented with a passion for organizational and operational efficiency (you love systems like Airtable, Notion, Zapier - or can learn them very quickly).
  • Team player with strong interest in building an inclusive community that supports entrepreneurs and the LA startup community.
  • Self-starter, fast learner, ability to move quickly and efficiently, comfortable within a fast-paced (and sometimes ambiguous) startup environment
  • Strong organizational qualities and skills, such as collaborative teamwork, attention to detail, ability to multi-task, high degree of integrity and creative problem solving
  • Comfortable working in a virtual/remote environment.
  • We are driven by the following core values and we hope you are too: empathy, generosity, community and belonging.
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