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#HIREBLACK Community Fellow
We are looking for a Community Fellow to assist our company’s systems and procedures. You will work directly with the Operations Coordinator to develop, maintain and implement new processes that support our community.
As Black women with recruiting backgrounds, #HIREBLACK has an innovative approach to identify, attract, and connect high-performing talent in our network with companies and organizations. We are impact-driven super-connectors who facilitate authentic interactions.
We are not for show, and we don’t settle for performative corporate allyship. We keep our partners accountable by challenging them to recognize the potential of diverse experiences. We identify and empower untapped talent who is ready to add value to organizations.
We are tapped-in: Even after placements, we continue to foster relationships within our network to share their experiences, provide resources, and ultimately serve as a bridge for new talent.
This is a part-time volunteer position (about 10 hours per week). This is a volunteer position for 12 weeks in exchange for 1-on-1 career coaching, which means that it is unpaid at the moment, however, there is an opportunity for growth within the company contingent on exemplary performance.
Your day-to-day responsibilities will include:
- Engage with community across all platforms
- Manages and maintains project management software (Asana) with to-do lists and calendars
- Customer Service: Monitors Slack community, Help Center, and Customer Service Email
The right hire for this role will:
- Great written communication skills
- Experience with a project Management Platform
- Google Sheets or Microsoft Powerpoint experience
- Highly organized
- Problem-solving attitude with an eye for detail
- Project management skills
Based in the East Coast time zone
To connect the best diverse talent with the best organizations that value diversity, equity, and inclusion. We want to get 10,000 Black womxn hired, trained or promoted.
Hiring Black people is not a form of charity work.
It’s a commitment to restorative justice.
Hiring Black people is not a hand-out.
It’s giving capable people who have been systemically overlooked an opportunity to bring value to your organization.
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