Standards Analyst job in Amsterdam
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|Company Name:|| B Lab|
|Company Type:||Certified B Corporation|
|Industry:||Business Services - Other|
|Impact Area:||Financial Wellness|
|Job Type:||Project/Program Management|
|Zip / Postal Code:||1016 GD|
1016 GD Amsterdam, Netherlands (Show on map)
Description: B Lab is a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement to redefine success in business so that all companies compete not only to be the best in the world, but the best for the world.
In pursuit of this vision, B Lab serves these entrepreneurs through three interrelated initiatives that provide them the legal infrastructure and help them attract the customers, talent, and capital to scale.
Certified B Corporations: B Corp certification is to sustainable business what LEED certification is to green building or Fair Trade certification is to coffee. B Lab certifies that B Corps meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.
Position Purpose: This is an exciting time for the B Corp movement, as we are gaining traction for the certification internationally. B Lab Europe had its official launch in April 2015, and B Lab Australia in August 2014; B Lab UK will have its launch in September 2015. Standards Analysts work directly with companies and funds to support them in the process of becoming a Certified B Corporation or GIIRS-Rated by verifying their performance in the B Impact Assessment.
Assist companies in completing the certification or rating process. Typically it includes the following:
The individual is responsible for independently managing external relationships with companies. This position reports to the manager of the Standards Analyst team in the United States and works closely with others on the Standards Analyst, Standards Development, and Product Development teams in the organization.
Fluency in spoken and written English.
Passion for using business to solve social and environmental problems.
Must be able to come to the U.S. for approximately six weeks for training and orientation.
NGO Market competitive compensation.