Helping the Everyday Consumer Build Financial Health 

As a leading financial technology platform, OppFi powers banks to bring credit access to  millions of everyday consumers who are locked out of mainstream financial options. We go beyond our mission - to help people rebuild financial health - and go further to ensure we keep the customer at the center of everything we do. We are creating a Customer-obsessed culture, with the capital “C”. 

And it starts with our team here. We are a team of caring, innovative, and inclusive individuals who thrive in being immersed in diverse talents, expertise, perspectives and backgrounds. Our employees approach every new challenge with an unparalleled ability to see what could be rather than settle for what is. We welcome individuals who want to make a difference in the financial system through creating and building simple, transparent products that facilitate credit access, enable savings, and build wealth.

A few other fun facts about us. OppFi is an Inc. 5000 company for six straight years, a Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™, the seventh fastest-growing Chicagoland company by Crain's Chicago Business, and was named on Built In's 2022 Best Places to Work in Chicago.

The Role:

The Learning and DEI Lead will deliver core development programs, amplify the impact of OppFi Business Resource Group (BRG) initiatives, and spearhead the continuous integration of the DEI in our culture, programs and processes.  Their contributions will unlock the full potential of our Talent, elevate employee experience and drive business priorities. 

What you'll get to do:

  • Lead the curation and implementation of OppFi’s multi-year DEI strategy 
  • Facilitate the development and delivery of impactful BRG programs and initiatives that promote cross-functional engagement and celebration of DEI at OppFi
  • Partner with cross-functional leadership teams and, internal communications to develop comprehensive internal and external DEI communication strategy and annual DEI Report
  • Define and track key success metrics for programming and initiatives
  • Manage monthly events budget, using analysis to strategically allocate funds to BRG events and charitable donations
  • Lead, plan, and implement Learning & Development team initiatives in partnership with instructional designers, program managers, and learning design vendors
  • Design, develop and implement learning experiences aligned to adult learning principles and innovative learning and development solutions
  • Facilitate engaging live and virtual learning experiences threaded with practices that are inclusive of various learning styles
  • Leverage technology to ensure ideal live and virtual learning experiences for all learners
  • Manage program planning, promotion and communications

What you'll bring to the team: 

  • 3+ years of experience building and/or leading Business Resource Groups and driving DEI strategy
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and execute a variety of events from start to finish 
  • You have the ability to work in a dynamic and agile environment, meet deadlines, pay attention to detail
  • A creative approach to solving problems that you use to innovate and challenge the status quo
  • An ability to prioritize and manage competing priorities in order to have the highest impact.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; the ability to communicate and build relationships with employees at all levels of the organization.
  • Experience managing a company budget.
  • Experience using data to set and/or change strategy.

Reports to: Director, Learning & Development

Job Level: Lead 

The minimum salary for this role is $76,000. The total compensation package includes eligibility for performance-based bonuses as well as a 1-time equity grant based on level.

The actual offer, reflecting the total compensation package and benefits, will be at the company’s sole discretion, and determined by a myriad of factors including, but not limited to, years of experience, depth of experience, and other relevant business considerations.

Define your career at OppFi

OppFi is committed to providing an exceptional employee experience from Day 1. Key new hire programs include Day 1 Orientation, training with your manager and team, lunches with our CEO and President, and an educational summit featuring presentations by our senior leaders. Throughout and beyond your first-year journey, you'll have access to a variety of events focused on culture, inclusion, connection, and education. We want you to feel welcomed, informed, and valued for who you are and what you bring to our company.

  • Day 1 - Month 3: Define Your Mission
    You’ll understand our company mission, values, and vision, and how your position at OppFi plays a part in that. With the help of your manager, you’ll set mission-aligned goals to make an impact in your role.
  • Months 3 - 6: Define Your Belonging
    You’ll understand OppFi’s culture and know how to engage with and influence that culture.
  • Months 6 - 12: Define Your Journey
    You’ll feel confident in your ability to execute in your role and empowered to take next steps in developing your career at OppFi.

Compensation and Benefits

OppFi offers a flexible remote environment, 401(k) matching program, and flexible paid vacation. Other benefits include medical benefits, dental and vision coverage, and tuition reimbursement. To support your wellness & growth, we provide monthly meditation and yoga classes and access to all LinkedIn Learning courses. We also offer Fringe, which is a lifestyle benefits platform that lets you decide how you want to spend your rewards from dozens of vendors like Uber, Doordash, and Urban Sitter. Dress code is casual. 

EEOC Statement

OppFi is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on any actual or perceived legally recognized protected bases under local, state, or federal law or regulations. Our goal as a company is to build an equitable workplace that actively works to dismantle systems of oppression in our processes, procedures, and interactions. We aim to help our employees thrive where they work and beyond. Check out our Culture page here.

OppFi is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, OppFi will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact our People team at recruiting@oppfi.com

Pursuant to the requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act, OppFi is providing the "OppFi California Employee Privacy Policy", which details the categories of personal information collected and your rights under the policy. If you are a California resident, please review the policy here: https://www.oppfi.com/careers/

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