IRIS+/IMM Summer Associate
- The Global Impact Investing Network
- New York City, New York
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|The GIIN’s Impact Measurement and Management (IMM) team is currently developing standardized impact metrics for two themes, i. Climate Adaptation and Resilience and ii. Marine Resources Conservation and Management. For each theme, there is a rigorous process through which working groups of experts and impact investors are formed, engaged and inspired to co-create and test the metrics before they are published on IRIS+ platform.
The GIIN’s IMM team is currently looking for a Summer Associate to contribute to the research and development of the two impact themes for IRIS+. The Summer Associate will review existing literature and interview impact investors to develop internal databases and inform strategies for stakeholder engagement.
The Summer Associate will be able to learn how impact measurement and management tools/standards are perceived, developed and used by impact investors globally. This role will also be a great opportunity to interview global experts, impact investors, enterprises, implementing organizations as well as GIIN colleagues to learn about challenges and best practices in IMM.
Note: Candidates should be aware that all NYC-based staff must provide proof of vaccination against the COVID-19 virus, unless they have been granted a reasonable accommodation for religion or disability. If you are offered employment, this requirement must be met by your date of hire, unless a reasonable accommodation for exemption is received and approved by GIIN Human Resources.
Location: Summer position (July to August); flexible, entrepreneurial culture. This position will be remote, although the Summer Associate will have the option to work out of the GIIN’s New York office. Candidates must possess valid authorization to work in the United States that does not require employment visa sponsorship.
Compensation: $20.00 per hour; 35 hours per week.