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Currently receiving applications for:

SEG Hub Coworking Manager 

Best for RI Director 

Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator (AmeriCorps VISTA Position) 

Organizational Development and Measurement Coordinator (AmeriCorps VISTA Position) 

Social Enterprise Greenhouse Intern

Our goal is to have staff with a diverse background, education, experience, and set of ideas. We believe in creating an inclusive environment for all employees because the more equitable we are, the better our work will be. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all applicants and employees regardless of their age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, we will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals who are pregnant or have a disability.


 

SEG Hub Coworking Manager 

About the SEG Hub
The SEG Hub is Rhode Island’s first community and co-working space where social entrepreneurs, advisors and business professionals come together to network, collaborate and positively impact our community. Since opening we have had more than 200 entrepreneurs call the SEG Hub home and benefit from the services and currently, we host 100 members. Co-working provides entrepreneurs with office amenities such as printing, mail, wifi, and conference rooms at different membership levels to fit their needs. Recently, we decided to expand the SEG Hub to include 3,000+ new square feet with 8 new offices, another conference room, and a workshop space. The SEG Hub continues to be THE place for the impact community.

Position Description
Reporting to the Director of Operations and Measurement and COO, the SEG Hub Manager will lead co-working management and administration including: physical operations, co-working membership management and intake/execution of events and meeting space. The SEG Hub manager will also lead SEG Hub community engagement and support programming. Specific responsibilities include:
– Lead SEG Hub membership services including new member recruitment, orientation and billing. Track membership activities in Salesforce system.
– Oversee operations of the SEG Hub physical space, including supply management, cleaning services and other Hub amenities: mail, printing, WIFI, etc.
– Manage Hub event and room rental requests, specifically intake and scheduling, billing, staff scheduling and maintaining excellent rental condition and service.
– Continue developing systems and processes to improve SEG Hub operations.
– Sustain customer satisfaction providing feedback channels, addressing members concerns and co-creating an inclusive, safe co-working space.
– Support community building between members through programming and activities.
– Build and sustain relationships with vendors and community partners such as building management, service providers and the Jewelry District community.

Skills and Qualifications:
– 3+ years office management experience;
– Demonstrated success (formal or informal) in a customer service environment via innate curiosity about others;
– Detail-oriented individual who can execute on multiple projects concurrently in a fast-paced environment;
– Technology proficiency with office management systems and office computer networks;
– Experience improving systems or operations;
– Commitment towards social impact;
– Works well both independently and collaboratively;
– Strong communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills;
– Event management experience (preferred but not required).

How to apply:
Please email a resume and 1-page cover letter to jobs@segreenhouse.org as .pdf attachments. Include your name and the position title in the email subject and attachment filenames. Deadline is June 24.

Compensation will be commensurate with experience and includes a salary range of $35,000-$40,000 and a benefits package.

Our goal is to have staff with a diverse background, education, experience, and set of ideas. We believe in creating an inclusive environment for all employees because the more equitable we are, the better our work will be. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all applicants and employees regardless of their age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, we will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals who are pregnant or have a disability.


 

Best for RI Director 

About the Program
SEG envisions a future in which the business community is a powerful lever of change in addressing long-term, systemic issues in our state, and a “force for good” in creating higher quality jobs, building stronger communities, and preserving a healthier environment. The Best for RI program is a concrete vehicle to make this vision a reality – engaging companies of every size and industry to assess and improve their social impact, thereby helping our state to attract and retain talent, spur high quality job creation, engage “underserved” businesses, and generate impact data to inform public policy decisions. The Program Director will lead the effort to refine and expand the program and develop an appropriate long term strategy for the program.

Primary Responsibilities
1. Program development and management: Work collaboratively with SEG executive team to continue to creatively and strategically grow the program. Work with CEO and Director of Development in fundraising and corporate sponsorship engagement for Best for RI initiative. Develop and manage project timelines and goals, and regularly report to SEG executive team and board on progress and metrics.
2. Recruit and inspire businesses: Actively recruit and encourage businesses to participate in Best for RI. Engage organizational partners in identifying and recruiting businesses. Activate “champion” businesses so that they can help motivate other businesses.
3. Develop and lead workshops: Lead “Take the Best for RI Challenge” workshops on a monthly basis, offering businesses the opportunity to learn more about the initiative and take the Challenge with 1-1 support and alongside peers. Develop and lead other workshops (e.g., improvement planning workshops, full B Impact Assessment workshops) as appropriate. Organize and facilitate workshops and peer groups led by partner organizations, local experts, or Best for RI participating businesses.
4. Develop improvement programming: Develop improvement programming to help businesses meet their improvement goals, utilizing materials and initial framework developed by SEG. Analyze business responses collected to date to determine areas of greatest interest (i.e., business practices that participating businesses are most interested in improving) and work with SEG leadership and organizational partners to develop programming.
5. Engage organizational partners: Engage existing partners and identify new partners that will both add to and benefit from involvement in Best for RI. Equip them to drive adoption within their networks. New partners may include: industry associations, chambers of commerce, universities, business improvement districts or associations.
6. Maintain communications: Maintain Best for RI web site, social media, and mailing lists. Regularly share workshop announcements, business highlights, etc.
7. Engage sponsors/funders: Ensure that commitments to sponsors/funders are met and that sponsors/funders are receiving value out of their partnership with Best for RI.
8. Other:
• Coordinate with B Lab and other “Best for” regions to share best practices for program administration.
• Plan annual awards celebration.
• Help coordinate or support any related public policy changes to spread good business practices.

Core Skills & Capacities
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications and interests:
• Exuberant passion for using business as a force for good;
• 6-8 years’ experience in business or government, preferably with prior experience in orchestrating public-private partnerships;
• Experience developing and implementing new initiatives within an organization or as an entrepreneur innovating within an established industry;
• Works well independently, and collaboratively;
• Relentless problem-solver;
• Inspirational public speaker;
• Demonstrated relationship management and project management skills, which in this context includes:
• An innate curiosity in others and the ability and interest in developing and managing relationships at all levels of seniority;
• Ability to inspire and galvanize individuals to contribute to your goals without having direct authority;
• Detail-oriented individual who can execute on multiple projects concurrently in a fast-paced environment;
• Strong communication skills, including written, verbal, and presentation skills.
• Ability and interest in leading group trainings and presentations and promoting Best for RI through outside speaking engagements;
• Fluency in Spanish preferred (not required)

How to apply
Please email a resume and 1-page cover letter to jobs@segreenhouse.org as .pdf attachments. Include your name and the position title in the header of your email and titles of attached documents. Deadline is April 30.

Our goal is to have staff with a diverse background, education, experience, and set of ideas. We believe in creating an inclusive environment for all employees because the more equitable we are, the better our work will be. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all applicants and employees regardless of their age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, we will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals who are pregnant or have a disability.


 

Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator (AmeriCorps VISTA Position)

Under the supervision of the Program Director, this full-time, Providence-based Diversity & Inclusion Initiative Assistant Manager position will work with SEG staff and Board of Directors to develop, coordinate and expand outreach efforts into more diverse communities via partnerships and events. The VISTA will also coordinate and continue to develop our Incubator program that builds a pipeline of diverse social entrepreneurs. The VISTA will also drive progress and help set strategy for SEG with a D & I Task Force made up of Board, Staff and community members.

For additional information and to apply, refer to the AmeriCorps listing.


 

Organizational Development and Measurement Coordinator (AmeriCorps VISTA Position) 

Under the supervision of the Program Director, this full-time, Providence-based VISTA will work with the Venture Development team to improve measurement of positive social impact on the underserved communities of Providence, Rhode Island. The Organizational Development and Measurement Coordinator will work to create, assess and improve engagement of entrepreneurs and volunteers including those from marginalized populations. The VISTA will further support development of SEG internal organizational development processes, including contingency planning.

For additional information and to apply, refer to the AmeriCorps listing.


 

Social Enterprise Greenhouse Intern 

We have a robust internship program and take on about a dozen interns in the Fall, Spring, and Summer. Students and recent graduates can intern with us or with ventures we work with. Learn more here.

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