Interested in joining the BWWC team? Please review our job postings below.

 

BWWC Data Fellow 2019 

The Boston Women’s Workforce Council (BWWC) is a public-private partnership between the City of Boston and over 250 Boston-area companies dedicated to closing the gender wage gap, leveraging encryption technology developed by data scientists at BU’s Hariri Institute. 

The BWWC Data Fellow will help the BWWC Team ensure success in its 2019 pay gaps measurement process. For reference, please review our 2017 Report.

Please send resume with cover letter to team@bostonwomensworkforce.org.

Responsibilities:

  1. Subject Matter Expert:Serve as HRIS Subject Matter Expert (SME) for BWWC, leverage your knowledge of HRIS processes and procedures.

  2. Workshop Coordination and Community Support:Prepare content for and assist with a series of workshops for 100% Talent Compact signers that prepare them for the measurement process.

  3. Data Analysis: In September 2019, the BWWC will receive aggregate pay data from as many of the 200+ prior and new signers of the 100% Talent Compact as we can train and process. In partnership with the Hariri Institute at Boston University, you will help us analyze this data to create a snapshot of the gender wage gap in Boston. 

  4. Report Writing: Over the fall, you will work with the BWWC to help draft a baseline report of Boston’s wage gap by gender, race/ethnicity and industry.

Logistics: 

The office is located at the Hariri Institute at BU, though the fellowship will include local travel, and occasionally working remotely is fine. We’re looking for someone from July – November 2019 (flexible start and end dates) for 32 hours/week. 

Qualifications:  

●     The BWWC is looking for a person with experience with HR systems and analytical tools including deep familiarity with Peoplesoft; familiarity with additional tools or systems like Workday is a plus. 

●     Dedication to gender equity is required.

●     An undergraduate degree is required; a focus in statistics, data analysis, computer science or engineering is preferred.

●     A Masters in Public Policy or Masters in Public Administration is a plus, as are data analysis skills. 

Compensation:

This role is envisioned at $5000/month, plus local travel expenses. 

More info on the Boston Women’s Workforce Council:

●     Website: www.bostonwomensworkforcecouncil.com

●     Facebook: www.facebook.com/bostonwomensworkforcecouncil/

●     Twitter: @BostonWomenWork