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The Business Innovation Factory (BIF) is currently seeking a Talent Associate

The Business Innovation Factory (BIF) is currently seeking a Talent Associate for our Providence, Rhode Island office. We are a growing organization with an expanding portfolio of projects. We are looking for someone to help build and deploy a process for assigning design talent onto various projects. This role provides a broad range of support to both the operational and human resources functions of the organization, while working directly with our design staff. As a non-profit organization our designers work on our most pressing social issues in education, healthcare and government.

The Talent Associate will report directly to Tori Drew, Director of Operations. The ideal candidate will have worked in a service or design organization and have an understanding of the steps involved in staffing talent to projects.

Talent Associate will:

  • work with senior leadership to provide information on talent availablilty, scheduling conflicts and other relevant details
  • track incoming projects and priorities
  • responsible for bi-weekly project time recording by design staff
  • responsible for posting open jobs online at key schools and other design job websites
  • help support relationships with BIF’s current pipeline of talent
  • responsible for preparing offer letters, coordinating on-boarding process for new hires and compliling needed documents for employee files
  • initiate and route for approval agreements with contractors when needed

Our ideal candidate:

  • either has worked in a creative department or service organization
  • is methodical and highly organized
  • is able to analyze data across a very wide array of projects
  • values clear communication
  • is a problem solver
  • knowledge of various technologies and software

This is a full-time position in Providence, RI. Salary range based on skill and experience. If this sounds like you, please send a resume and cover letter to tori@bif.is


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