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Associate Product Consultant

Client Services | Austin, TX | Full Time

Job Description

The Associate Product Consultant plays a central role in guiding clients through software training, from system resource configuration to best-practice guidance. An Associate Product Consultant is the consummate trainer and teacher, whose position requires them to engage campus stakeholders with expert knowledge, strong communication, and effective, dynamic training. As a new team member in an associate-level position, this person must be a self-starter, a skilled listener, and ready to take control of their own learning. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Guide administrative users on product best practices and provide skills-based training based on client goals

  • Provide training to customers in a 1:1 web-based environment

  • Maintain project documentation and task lists for transparency with clients and internal stakeholders

  • Escalate internal and external project roadblocks to the Project Manager and Client Success Manager to facilitate a quick, smooth project completion and quick time to value

  • Gain and demonstrate familiarity and knowledge relating to regional and professional accrediting agencies in higher education and quality assessment practices to guide partner institutions through assigned functionalities

  • Gain and demonstrate expert knowledge on software functionalities by understanding application behavior and contextual uses of the tools

  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders to develop, revise, and update documentation

  • Identify and communicate system enhancements in assigned functionality 

  • Facilitate external presentations as needed, including site visits and conferences

  • Travel up to 10%

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Experience training adult learners

  • Experience working with educational software or other web-based applications

  • Proficient computer skills using basic software (i.e., Microsoft Office suite)

  • Effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working in or with the registrar's office would be especially beneficial

  • Familiarity using styles in MS Word

  • Graduate of former employee of an HBCU, For-Profit Institution, or Community College

  • Bilingual, any language in addition to English considered

  • Master’s degree or professional certification


  • Competitive salary

  • Excellent medical, dental, and vision insurance

  • 401(k) with match

  • Wellness Benefits

  • Flexible PTO

About Watermark

Watermark’s mission is to put better data into the hands of administrators, faculty, and students everywhere to empower them to connect information and gain insights into learning that will drive meaningful improvements. Through its innovative educational intelligence system, Watermark supports over 1,600 institutions around the world in developing an intentional approach to learning so that they can leverage data for a more holistic view of learning, faculty and staff impact, and institutional quality.


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Watermark is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against an individual based on the individual's race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or any other protected characteristic or activity.