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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on August 15, 2009. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on August 15, 2009. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Lab Supervisor MT or MLT (2057)||Lake Havasu City, AZ|
|FIELD QUALITY CONTROL TECH/FQCT1-SC/ALEXANDRIA||Alexandria, LA|
|Cath Lab Technician - Cath Lab (Days) - Methodist Texsan Hospital||San Antonio, TX|
|Cath Lab Technician Certified - Cardiac Cath (PRN) - Methodist Hospital||San Antonio, TX|
|Instructor, Gemology (On-Campus) (NY)||New York, NY|
|Cath Lab Technician Certified - Cardiac Cath (Days) Methodist Stone Oak Hospital||San Antonio, TX|
|Cath Lab Technician - Cardiac Cath (PRN) - Northeast Methodist Hospital||San Antonio, TX|
|Product Manager - User Experiences||New York, NY|
|RN Cardiac Cath Lab / Rose Medical Center - Days||Denver, CO|
|RN Cardiac Cath Lab Nurse- ( Exp. Req.) Rose Medical Center||Denver, CO|
Have you ever heard the term B Corporation? It’s “a new type of corporation which uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.” If you’ve been following One Day, One Job for a while or you’ve been reading through our archives, you already know of quite a few B Corporations—Better World Books, New Leaf Paper, Seventh Generation, and King Arthur Flour are a few that we’ve already featured. Each of these companies has met “comprehensive and transparent social and environmental standards via the B Rating System” and then officially amended “their corporate governing documents to incorporate stakeholder interests.” They’ve all done this through B Lab (or B Corporation, there’s still some ambiguity in their name), a Berwyn, PA based non-profit organization that is behind the B Corporation movement.
B Corporations have a double/triple/multiple bottom line. They’re not just in business to make a profit, although profit motives are still an important part of what they do. The certification of B Corporations comes from B Lab. Considering how many successful companies have already jumped on board (190 B Corporations with $1 billion in combined revenue across 31 industries), this movement seems like it has a lot of momentum. I’m looking forward to finding more exciting B Corporations to feature here in the future, but for the moment let’s stay focused and talk about jobs at B Lab. There’s no reason for me to think that they’re currently hiring (they don’t even have a jobs page), but they do seem to be growing. Their Idealist profile includes a number of internship postings, and their Staff page shows what kind of jobs they do offer. If you want to be a part of B Lab, you’re going to have to take the initiative and apply for an unlisted position, but that’s just how it should be with a relatively small non-profit startup.
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