Knowledge Management Specialist, Professional Diversity Network · Brunswick, ME (Remote)
- Salary: $54,600/year – $94,010/year (from job description) ·
- Hours: Full-time ·
- Job type: Mid-Senior level 201-500 employees · Staffing and Recruiting
- Skills: Knowledge Management, Information Management, Business Process Improvement, Knowledge Management, Team Leadership
- Location: Concord, New Hemisphere
About the job
Office Location: Arlington, Virginia, USA
The work location for this position is flexible within locations where The Nature Conservancy has an established office. (Please refer to the list of countries and locations where TNC can hire on our Careers page.) The headquarters of TNC are located in Arlington, Virginia.
WHO WE ARE:
The Nature Conservancy is a science-based organization dedicated to protecting the lands and waters that sustain all life. They create innovative solutions to global challenges, fostering a world where people and nature thrive. Their values include diversity and respect for people, communities, and cultures. The organization offers career development, flexible schedules, and a rewarding mission, making it a great place to live.
Want a better insight into TNC?
TNC Talent is a global company committed to creating an inclusive work environment where colleagues feel valued and their unique contributions are valued. The company aims to achieve its mission by hiring and engaging a diverse workforce that reflects its communities. TNC recognizes that people bring their talents and experiences beyond their job roles, and a culture of inclusion is key to innovation. They invite applicants to apply and encourage them to join their mission and stay for their people.
What we can achieve together
The Knowledge Management Specialist will work with the Global Science Business Unit to support the Science Capacity team, which manages and implements science-related resources, trainings, mentoring, peer-review services, communities of practice, knowledge management, and science flagship events. The program is designed to meet the needs of TNC science and conservation staff with flexibility and inclusivity, aligning with project and career goals. It is aligned with the One Conservancy Science Plan and empowers science staff to achieve their maximum potential, supporting scientists across TNC’s global reach to achieve the organization’s 2030 goals for people and nature.
This is a fully remote position.
- The position requires travel and working flexible hours as needed.
- The work environment involves only infrequent exposure to disagreeable elements and minor physical exertion and/or strain.
- The Knowledge Management Specialist reports to the Associate Director of Science Capacity.
We’re looking for you. Are you looking for work you can believe in?
TNC is seeking a knowledge management specialist to contribute to their mission of conservation by providing critical resources to support their science staff. The ideal candidate should have exceptional knowledge management and curating skills, documenting organizational learnings, project data, and peer-reviewed publications. The specialist will develop processes for collecting, synthesizing, and curating scientific knowledge, training materials, methodological standards, lessons learned, and TNC staff-authored publications. They will work towards meeting strategic priorities by organizing and disseminating relevant materials to help achieve TNC’s 2030 goals. The role is an exciting opportunity to contribute to conservation efforts.
The responsibilities of the role include:
- Providing technical expertise on knowledge management design, methods, and techniques and overseeing and maintaining knowledge-sharing platforms, including gathering requirements and conducting user testing;
- Organizing webinars and supporting the evaluation and maintenance of online knowledge-sharing platforms;
- Developing content inventories, audits, and gap analyses and refreshing our approach towards collecting, managing, and disseminating lessons learned
- Managing TNC’s scientific journal subscriptions by assessing, evaluating, and selecting journal access vendors to ensure the most effective and cost-efficient access to high-quality and relevant scientific publications;
- Curating, managing, and disseminating TNC-authored science publications to staff;
- Collaborating on the development and improvement of data repositories, knowledge portals, and automation tools and contributing to learning events and trainings;
- Facilitating and supporting the Global Science Team’s peer-review services; Collaborating closely with cross-functional teams across the Conservancy on relevant activities;
- Supporting monitoring, evaluation, and learning to meet the evolving needs of TNC’s science staff; conducting training and capacity-building efforts on content management standards and practices; and creating and editing knowledge sharing content, including content for eLearning and online collaboration tools.
- The location for this role is flexible, where TNC is already an established entity.
- This position is not eligible for relocation, immigration assistance, or visa sponsorship.
- This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the ongoing mission of conservation by directing and shaping our team’s work!
- Candidates from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply for this leadership position within a global program.
What you’ll bring Bachelor’s degree in knowledge management, information technology, communications, human resources, behavioral sciences, business management, or other related fields
- Five (5) years of relevant experience in knowledge management, communications, and content management; proficiency in SharePoint, Adobe Creative Suite, all Microsoft Office products, and basic graphic design
- experience with knowledge-related IT tools (e.g., knowledge-sharing platforms) with particular emphasis on business requirements definition and usability assessments;
- Experience designing and implementing effective training programs and managing knowledge-sharing events;
- Experience analyzing data to determine best practices or predict future trends in knowledge management;
- Experience translating user needs into knowledge requirements, keeping knowledge up-to-date, and connecting people with knowledge;
- Experience managing and implementing multiple projects and working with cross-functional teams; and experience, coursework, or other training in current and evolving trends in knowledge management.
- DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Master’s or advanced degree in a related field;
- Experience working in an international organization or multinational corporation;
- Experience evaluating organizational processes for efficiency and effectiveness;
- Experience creating knowledge maps or diagrams that visually depict how different pieces of information are related to one another;
- Experience leading and coordinating communities of practice;
- Strong soft skills, including organizational and problem-solving skills as well as strong communication and collaborative skills;
- Experience in developing and implementing policies to promote standards related to data sharing and publication; and preference given for candidates with certifications in knowledge management and change management.
WHAT WE BRING Since 1951
TNC, a global environmental organization, has grown from a small non-profit to one of the most effective and wide-reaching organizations. With over 1 million members, 700 scientists, and a diverse staff, TNC impacts conservation worldwide. They offer competitive and comprehensive benefits packages tailored to individual countries, including healthcare, retirement, parental leave, paid time off, life insurance, disability coverage, and an employee assistance program.
TNC also provides a supportive work environment that supports health, well-being, and flexibility needs. For more information, visit nature.org/careers’ Culture Tab. This description is not a complete list of duties and responsibilities required for the job.
This position can be based in any country with an established TNC entity, considering legal restrictions like non-national ratios and immigration processing times. The starting pay range for a successful candidate is typically USD $54,600–USD $94,010 for an annual base salary in the United States. The actual pay range depends on factors like location, qualifications, skills, and experience. Countries outside the United States may have a different pay range in local currency, not tied to the above pay or ranges. Geographic location will be confirmed during recruitment and used to determine the actual salary range.
APPLY NOW To apply for job ID 54023, submit your cover letter and resume online by using the Apply Now button at https://careers.nature.org/.
The position will remain open until filled. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
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Due to this position’s location being flexible within countries where The Nature Conservancy is a registered NGO and has an already established office, we are unable to provide an accurate salary range as our salary ranges are based on geographic locations. However, if you provide your city, state, province, and country in your application materials, we will inform you of the salary range for this position based on your location if you are advanced past the initial screening round.
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