Diversity Job Opportunities

Employment opportunities related to diversity, equity & social justice
in the Puget Sound
region.

Senior Director, Strategy for Racial Equity Impact

Community Center for Education Results

 The Community Center for Education Results (CCER) seeks a visionary, nimble, anti-racist strategist to lead the organization’s efforts to deepen and grow the region’s impact for students in the Road Map Project region, an area that includes South Seattle and South King County, with more than 127,000 K-12 students, 72% of whom are students of color. This is an exciting opportunity for someone deeply committed to leading with race, in service of our students. 

Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Hopelink

The Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) works with the Vice President of Advancement & External Relations to plan, implement, and lead Hopelink’s comprehensive Equity Program.
The Director of EDI builds strong collaborations with all Hopelink departments, including Hopelink’s leadership team and Hopelink internal committees to increase the organization’s understanding of issues of equity. Provides direction for strategic initiatives, policies, programs, and practices to create an inclusive and equitable organization. Serves as a leader and liaison to the agency-wide EDI Committee.
With a focus on racial equity, the Director of EDI strategically: identifies, develops, models, and promotes a culture if EDI, leadership skills, and competencies which support EDI policies, practices, and principles throughout the organization. In coordination with the Organizational Excellence team, this position will develop and integrate an EDI training program for all staff and managers.
This position participates in external community efforts to increase equity; works closely with the Vice President of Advancement & External Relations and the Advocacy Committee to support the development and implementation of a comprehensive advocacy plan that addresses systems that create and maintain inequities and poverty.

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!

Leadership For Racial Equity Cohort 2020

The Leadership for Racial Equity Cohort is a 5-month certification program that was co-designed by Racial Equity expert Bernardo Ruiz, Co-Founder and Principal Consultant of the Racing to Equity Consulting Group and Tami Farber, Senior Director Equity Training and Development of Leadership Snohomish County. 

Deputy Director

Northwest Justice Project

The Deputy Director serves as the program’s general counsel and is responsible for NJP’s effective and efficient administration and operations to ensure the delivery of high-quality legal services to low-income individuals and communities.

The Deputy Director is a member of the executive leadership team, reporting to the Executive Director, and works in close collaboration with the Executive Director, the Director of Advocacy, and the Director of Finance to provide strategic, programmatic, and race equity leadership for NJP. The Deputy Director supervises the Operations Director, Human Resources Director, and Information Technology Director.

Capacity, Enrollment, and Facilities Master Planning Advisory Committee

Seattle Public Schools

In alignment with various board policies related to enrollment, capacity and facilities planning, as well as Policy 0030: Ensuring Educational and Racial Equity and the district’s strategic plan Seattle Excellence, the Advisory Committee will be asked to review, provide input and give recommendations to the School Board on planning and analysis work that informs the Board’s decision making on the Student Assignment Transition Plan, the Facilities Master Plan, school boundaries, and other enrollment and facility capacity management activities.

Co-Executive Director

YWCA

YWCA Olympia is a non-profit, multi-service organization that has served girls, womxn and families since 1945. We are a local association of the YWCA USA, an organization with 170+ years of history working across the lines of race and gender to provide services for survivors of domestic violence, shelter and housing, childcare, workforce development, civil rights, and more. While YWCA Olympia is connected to more than 200 YWCA’s across the country as well as a network of YWCA’s across the globe, we are an independently operated organization with the charge to be responsive to our local community. Our YWCA in Olympia is focused on the mission of eliminating racism and sexism to advance the social, political, and economic status of all womxn and girls. All of our activities are aligned with an Intersectional Model that places the leadership and wisdom of Womxn of Color at the center. We do this while also seeking to engage people of all races and genders in the collective work of the YWCA Olympia’s vision: All People are valued, live free from oppression, and thrive in a just society.

Director, Development and Partnerships

ColorLines

Director of Development and Partnerships is a critical position that will help execute the vision and growth of Race Forward, while raising the organization’s profile nationally, in pursuit of high-value partnerships with donors and sponsors. These partnerships will yield revenue and expand awareness of Race Forward across sectors. The position requires a strategic thinker, synthesizer, and consummate networker who is able to ignite enthusiasm and inspire people to support our cause to advance racial equity. This person will understand the Race Forward mission and strategy and will communicate effectively—internally and externally. The Director of Development and Partnerships reports directly to the Sr. Vice President of Development and Partnerships, and will partner closely with the entire Development team, and the Leadership, Program, and Finance teams. This position is located in Race Forward’s New York City or Oakland office. This is not a remote position.

Deputy Editorial Director

ColorLines

The Deputy Editorial Director produces daily content for the website and is the Senior Editorial Director’s right hand and second in command. From monitoring the news cycle, to managing the workflow, to writing and editing copy, to tracking reporter progress, to assisting with long-term editorial planning, the Deputy Editorial Director helps to keep the digital wheels turning.

Director

Families of Color Seattle

FOCS has been successful because of our commitment to grassroots community building and strong, supportive networks. Given this, our next leader will flourish if their leadership style is collective, asset- affirming, and flexible. Our next leader should have high emotional intelligence and an ability to foster connections amongst communities of color. Our next leader may not necessarily come with executive director experience, but perhaps has been on a nonprofit board of directors or has had nonprofit management roles and believes this is their time to elevate their leadership in a values-aligned, safe place.

Equity and Social Justice Program Manager

King County

The King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks (DNRP) is looking for an energetic and passionate Equity & Social Justice Program Manager. This position will lead the department efforts in becoming both a more equitable, racially diverse and inclusive work environment and help our department deliver services in a just way.  This individual will plan, coordinate and lead numerous multi-faceted projects and programs to support equity and social justice.  This is an opportunity to work with staff and management and influence the decisions that are made within the organization.

Language Services Specialist

PRR Communications, Marketing, Research & Digital

PRR seeks language community engagement specialists to join their team. They are looking for team members who can serve as a language and cultural expert on Cambodian, Somali, or Vietnamese-speaking communities in the U.S. This team member will be responsible for translating written documents into specified languages, providing strategic communications guidance on outreach to specified speaking communities, facilitating focus groups, and performing ongoing community outreach. This is an hourly bench position within PRR’s Facilitation and Public Involvement (F&PI) department, which means that this person will be working on an hourly basis when there is a need.

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