ABOUT CAMBER COLLECTIVE
Camber Collective is a strategy consulting firm dedicated to helping philanthropic, governmental, nonprofit, and mission-driven private sector organizations create a thriving future for people and communities around the world. Applying advanced research methodologies and strategy tools, we help clients understand complex social and systemic challenges, develop strategies to address those challenges, and form effective coalitions of partners to execute those strategies. We hold ourselves accountable to those we serve and those impacted by our work – their voices and needs are firmly at the center of the work we do.
Our clients include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, USAID, the World Bank, the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, Wellcome Trust, among many others. We work across the social impact sector including in global and domestic health, shared prosperity, climate and environment, and democracy and governance. Our public facing work has been covered by the mainstream media, including the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, The Economist, Time, The Guardian, the Stanford Social Innovation Review and many others.
Camber is headquartered in Seattle with offices in San Francisco and Paris. Our 30-person team is comprised of leaders from the social and health sectors and management consultants formerly from top firms such as MonitorDeloitte, McKinsey, Bain, and Boston Consulting Group. We actively serve our communities as coaches, board members, mentors, and volunteers.
We are working to ensure a strong firm culture which is equitable and inclusive and enables people to grow and build meaningful careers in the social sector while maintaining work-life balance. Camber offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits. Learn more about our organization, values, and work at www.cambercollective.com.
DIRECTOR OF IMPACT & EQUITY JOB DESCRIPTION
We’re recruiting for a Director of Impact & Equity in our Seattle or San Francisco office. Key responsibilities for the Director position include:
Internal Equity, Culture & Belonging
- Leads Camber’s internal Racial Equity work, with a near-term focus on executing toward Camber’s DEI goals related to culture, policies and processes
- Collaborates with Camber team to analyze and make recommendations for changes to culture, policies and processes, and client work
- Collaborates with Management Team to advise and execute special projects related to Equity and Impact on an ongoing and as needed basis (e.g., B-Corp Certification)
- Works with Director of Finance and Operations to manage internal Racial Equity budget and spend
External Impact & Equity
- Defines recommendations, and manages budget and spend, for external Racial Equity funding
- Collaborates with Management Team on business development, including project sourcing, proposal and RFP development, with emphasis on integrating Racial Equity into our client work
- Collaborates with Management Team to refine and integrate Camber’s theories of change into our client work and business development
- Defines a vision and strategy for external communications including audiences, channels and content, with focus on telling Camber and clients’ impact stories and developing Camber’s brand
- Develops and manages external communications editorial calendar and collaborates with Camber team on content creation and dissemination
- Defines measurement framework for Camber’s social sector impact
- Leads data collection and measurement of impact and equity
- Advises Management Team on internal measurement for equity, culture and belonging
In addition to the above duties, the Director will serve on Camber’s Management Team, participating in strategic planning, growth and operations initiatives, and overall management of the firm.
Excellent candidates for this position will have:
- 10+ years of professional experience, including 4+ years in one or more of Camber’s priority sectors; 2+ years at a strategy consulting firm is desirable but not required
- Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), Global Health, Public Policy or similar advanced degree
- Lived experience with a community, geography or social issue in which Camber works is desirable but
- A strong network, reputation, and record of achievement in the global and/or domestic social impact sectors
- Fluency with racial equity and leading equity and inclusion initiatives
- Proven ability to lead and manage organizational change while working with diverse stakeholders
- Proven ability to advise, and create compelling content for, senior executives
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- A high level of emotional intelligence and exceptional communication and facilitation skills
- English language fluency; fluency in additional languages is desirable
- U.S. work authorization is required; Camber is not able to offer visa sponsorship
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Compensation for this role includes Base Salary, Profit Share and Bonus, and the Annual Total Range for compensation is $200,000 to $225,000.
Camber offers a generous benefits package, including 100% employer-paid medical and vision insurance, voluntary dental insurance, paid time off and sick leave, IRA with employer contribution, annual $500 health reimbursement arrangement as well as flexible spending accounts for dependent care and transit, and an annual professional development stipend.
If you are interested in a career with purpose, please submit an application including your cover letter and resume. Please indicate whether you have a location preference of Seattle or San Francisco in your cover letter. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with initial review beginning August 13th.
We are committed to creating a workplace where employees thrive personally and professionally. We believe our employees should reflect the rich diversity of the communities in which we work. All applicants who are drawn to serve Camber Collective’s mission and clients will enjoy equality of opportunity and fair treatment without regard to: Race, Ethnicity, Gender Identity or Expression, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Age, Religion, National Origin, Ancestry, Disability, Health Status, or Veteran Status. If there are preparations we can make to help ensure you have a comfortable and positive interview experience, please let us know.