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Fellowship Manager, Cartier Women's Initiative

  • Paris 1er Arrondissement (Paris)

Job description

Fellowship Manager, Cartier Women’s Initiative

 

ABOUT CARTIER

Leader in the world of jewelry and n°2 in prestigious watchmaking, Cartier has combined know-how and excellence since 1847. More than just a company, the Maison has succeeded in turning its creations into real myths; thanks to men and women who make their passion their profession .

 

ABOUT THE CARTIER WOMEN’S INITIATIVE

For more than 160 years, Cartier has drawn inspiration and creativity from bold, dynamic and enterprising women. Founded in 2006, the Cartier Women's Initiative is an annual international business program that is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable social and/or environmental impact. Our vision is a world in which every woman impact entrepreneur driving social change can achieve her full potential and our mission is to support them by providing financial, social and human capital.

Visit the Cartier Women’s Initiative website to learn more about the program.

 

The Cartier Women’s Initiative programme is composed of four pillars which define our strategy and guide our actions:

·  The Awards recognizes 24 talented women impact entrepreneurs who are leveraging business as a force for good.
·  The Fellowship aims to equip our fellows with the necessary skills to grow their business and to build their leadership capacity.
·  The Community aims to support our fellows by connecting them with a network of former fellows, jury members, ecosystem partners, ambassadors, advisors, and investors that can provide them with access to relationships, knowledge and capital.
·  Our Thought Leadership strategy consists in tapping into our community's vast pool of talent, expertise, and experience by curating and bringing to light some of the boldest and most thought-provoking ideas.

 

The Fellowship Manager’s role will be to focus on the first two pillars with the objective of accompanying the CWI fellows every step of the way as they navigate through the Awards and Fellowship program: from the moment they apply to our program, through the various rounds of selection and evaluation, to the life journey of  the fellowship program.

The Fellowship Manager is responsible for ensuring the operational success of the program. This includes utilizing tools/developing processes to manage program data, designing the year round program timeline and communicating it to internal and external stakeholders, contributing to the communications strategy for the fellows’ and laureates’ announcements, hiring, onboarding and managing on a daily basis all of the agencies, service providers, and freelancers that contribute to the Awards & Fellowship components of the program.

Throughout the year, the Fellowship Manager will also have the opportunity to support cross-collaborative projects (that are DEI/Women Empowerment/Impact focused), focus on professional development and career growth, and work with colleagues from around the world.

What You Will Do:

·  Support the Senior Fellowship Manager to align on desired outcomes, contribute to the design of the Fellowship & Award program (scope, format, methodology, resources, timing, etc.) and implement it following best practices and executing upon outlined content and curriculum.
·  Monitor and track progress by developing program assessment protocols for evaluation and improvement via data-driven measurement and make adjustments as needed.
·  Be a point of contact for applicants, fellows and jury members throughout the selection & evaluation process in order to deliver the best possible Awards experience.
·  Be a point of contact for fellows, jury members, mentors, investors and other stakeholders for all program learning, training and development resources in order to deliver the best possible Fellowship experience.
·  Author all incoming and outgoing Awards & Fellowship project documentation.
·  Own all year-round logistics, operations, administration, contracting, scheduling, calendar management and planning for the Awards and Fellowship program.
·  Provide project updates on a consistent basis to various stakeholders about adjustments and progress.
·  Contribute to the communications strategy by working closely with the Community and Content Manager.
·  Collaborate with various agencies, service providers and seasonal freelancers, oversee their work to ensure it meets the needs of the program.
·  Travel is required to annual CWI Event.

 

What you bring to the role:

·  3+ years of experience in a fast-paced environment with a focus on entrepreneurship and program operations & execution
·  Prior exposure to the developmental needs of early stage companies desired.
·  Effective communicator with proven ability to not only collaborate with internal and external stakeholders but also anticipate their needs and requests.
·  Exceptional time management, facilitation, and organizational skills.
·  Strong familiarity with project management software tools.
·  Team player with a positive attitude that holds herself/himself and others accountable for the program success.
·  Active listening, adaptability and proven ability to solve problems creatively.
·  Attention to detail & strive for excellence.
·  Proactive, self-motivated and able to initiate and deliver projects with minimal supervision.
·  Focus on continuous process improvement and operational efficiency.
·  Strong interest in the global discourse around women empowerment, social and environmental impact, startups, entrepreneurship, and venture capital.
·  Master's Degree from an accredited college or university.
·  Fluency in English required (written English needs to be at a professional fluency level), additional language desired.

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Richemont possède plusieurs des plus grandes entreprises mondiales dans le domaine des produits

de luxe, avec des atouts particuliers dans les domaines de la bijouterie, des montres et des

instruments d'écriture. Cartier a rejoint le groupe en 1988.

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