Encore Paid Fellowship: Human Resources and Organizational Development

Organization
encore.org
Location
Remote/Bay area
Job Type
Part-time for 1 year
Deadline for Applications
05/29/2021
How to Apply
Complete application in the Program Directory at encore.org/fellowships/
Where to Apply
https://encore.org/fellowships/.
Tags
Part-time

Have you ever thought about taking your skills and expertise and dedicating them to help a great non-profit?
Encore Fellowships are available for those considering retirement, with 20+ years progressive work experience, who wish to move to the social impact sector for their second act.

A Bay Area nonprofit focused on the arts requires a Human Resources and Organizational Development Fellow.

Responsibilities in HR Projects include:
– Assist the organization in developing new organizational structures focused on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
– Help develop employee handbook, policies, compensation plans, performance evaluation metrics
– Provide mentoring to the leadership team about HR management and DEI

Stipend: $25K for 1000 hours, with the possibility of extension
Work Schedule: 15-20 hours a week for 12-16 months.
Work Location: 100% REMOTE

Bay Area candidates preferred but qualified candidates anywhere in the US will be considered.
Preference for a candidate who shares the nonprofit’s value of fostering the arts.
Encore Fellowships provide paid, transitional engagements in non-profit organizations, for those typically 50+ and considering retirement, with 20+ years experience, who wish to move to the social impact sector for their second act. Applicants apply to be considered as a Fellow and matches are made based on skills, interest, and availability of positions at non-profit hosts, continually throughout the year. Fellowships are 1000 hours, typically part-time for a year, and include a $25,000 stipend, education on the sector, and networking with a cohort of peers.
Encore Fellows program is committed to building a diverse talent pool and strongly encourages applications from candidates of color and those with fluency in multiple languages. Learn more and apply at https://encore.org/fellowships/.