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Impact Challenge Engagement Associate job in Berwyn

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Pennsylvania (PA), Berwyn
Company Type:  Certified B Corporation
Industry:  Nonprofit Charitable Organizations
Job Type:  Project/Program Management
Experience:  Entry Level
Employment:  Full-time
Impact Area:  Developing World
Company Name:  B Lab

Location
Country:  United States
State / Province:  Pennsylvania (PA)
City:  Berwyn
Zip / Postal Code:  19312
Map: 
Berwyn, PA, USA (Show on map)

Description

Position Purpose

Support the Inclusive Economy Challenge to drive meaningful progress and behavior change on inclusion, equity, and diversity in the B movement

Goals:

Effectively deliver on IE Challenge KPIs, specifically delivering on goals set out in Prudential and Kellogg grants.

Pilot a proof of concept to drive behavior change through Impact Challenges and Impact Improvement programming.

Context:

Over the last year, B Lab has piloted the Inclusive Economy Challenge, a call to action to B Corps to address key metrics related to equity, diversity, and inclusion in their workplaces, supply chains, board rooms and the world at large. In order to support this ongoing work, both the Kellogg and Prudential Foundations have offered grants to drive meaningful behavior change on certain metrics focused on improving the lives of vulnerable worker populations. Deliverables for these grants include (but are not limited to):

Programming for the Inclusive Economy Challenge

Launch years 2/3 of the Inclusive Economy Challenge, including:

Engagement of 200 U.S. companies in the broader Inclusive Economy Challenge, with targeted programing for those with greatest potential for impact (around DEI, financial wellness, and impact hiring).

Challenging those 200 U.S. companies to collectivelyset at least 500 targets, demonstrating a meaningful commitment to making change. Of those, at least 150 should represent targets listed as ‘direct’ impact. (hiring practices, gender pay equity, wages, worker ownership, caregiver leave, healthcare, scheduling flexibility, and financial services.)

Upon completing Year 2 of the Challenge, we anticipate:

A total of 400 targets met by U.S. companies, with an average of 2.5 per participating company.

Of those - at least 60 will reflect practices that have a direct impact on workers in year 2; 100 will be achieved by year 3.

10 to 15 case studies that offer stories behind these numbers and show how companies undertook new practices, as well as how they got there.

Additionally, given the leadership and initiative historically taken by the B Corp community, we will track outcomes not captured by these targets but that happen as a result of our programming. This could include: collaboration around policy, awareness raising in a local community, exchanging of best practices, or formalization of partnerships.

Improving Job Quality/D and I Standards:

Improve Inclusive Economy Challenge Metrics Set to amend or add topics like hiring practices, training, financial wellness strategies, and inclusion in marketing and products. (Done / ongoing for v6)

Developing Real-world Examples to Show Practices in Action

Develop 50 examples of practices in action to be included in the BIA and used as a broader comms resource over time. Develop a system to better capture innovative practices in an ongoing way.

The Impact Challenge Engagement Associate will focus on executing on years 2 and 3 of the Inclusive Economy Challenge, with responsibilities as defined below. The Inclusive Economy Challenge is a pilot, and the role will evolve as the program evolves. This position will act as a thought partner and execution assistance for the Impact Challenge Lead. The Impact Challenge Lead oversees the Inclusive Economy Challenge program including its communications and reporting. The Impact Challenge Engagement Associate will report to the Challenge Lead as a full time member of the B Corp Team and will work closely with the Marketing & Communications Team and Standards Management Team.

Responsibilities:

Program Development and Execution

Design, launch and co-manage topic-based programming in collaboration with B Corps and experts to drive meaningful behavior change among a subset of participating companies on topics such as Financial Wellness, Impact Hiring, etc. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Designing and creating program materials; facilitating learning calls

Providing technical support, including troubleshooting technical issues for program participants

Support smooth and engaging program experience for participants, including:

Content creation, editing and delivery, such as incorporating materials from Prudential on financial wellness for programming and communications.

Measurement, tools and reporting

Tracking and reporting effectiveness of IE Challenge programs

Capture feedback and learnings from IE Challenge to support refinement of IE Challenge metrics for V6 of B Impact Assessment, where applicable.

Relationship Management

Co-manage relationships with content providers who can provide case studies, programmatic support and related products for participants, including Rhino Foods Income Advance Program or Greyston Bakery’s Open Hiring Model.

Support relationships with current and potential funders, including prospecting and reporting.

Communications

Co-create communications calendar across email (Pardot), web, and blog, based on program strategy and KPIs set by Inclusive Economy Lead.

Execute on communications calendar across all channels and track resulting engagement.

Liaise with B Lab Marketing & Communications team, B Corp Team and external consultant Bark Media to share stories of behavior change and of B Lab’s internal engagement with the Challenge.

Work across teams to develop a system to better capture and share innovative practices in an ongoing way. Identify 50 examples of practices in action for Inclusive Economy standards.

Support Professional Development efforts for B Lab Staff in relationship to the IE Challenge

Collaborate with HR and the EDI committee to expand B Lab’s EDI understanding.

Leverage learning and resources from the IE Challenge for B Lab staff’s growth and development

Qualifying Skills, Attitudes, Behaviors:

Strong commitment to and experience in equity, diversity, inclusion; as this position will be about authentically driving this work in the community.

Strong written and verbal communications skills.

Experience with Salesforce and Pardot or an aptitude for learning tech systems quickly.

Experience with program management to effectively engage and drive action; preferably, experience managing programming with a focus on EDI.

Humble team player; as this position requires collaboration with many people at B Lab, must be willing to be flexible and take on multiple tasks.

Skillful at relationship management within the context of a sensitive topic such as EDI, with individuals at all stakeholder levels from participants to funders.

Passion for B Lab’s mission and for building community

High energy, self-managing, entrepreneurial personality

Demonstrated success leveraging multiple platforms (e.g. Google Suite, GotoWebinar and/or Zoom online conference programs, etc.) (Not required but a value add)

Exceptional analytical skills and experience using data to drive program and business decisions.

Accountability: Reports to Impact Challenge Lead

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