Regional Diversity Job Opportunities

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

Director of

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

PitchBook Data, Inc.

PitchBook strives to create an environment where employees can feel like they belong and are valued, and work in an environment that celebrates diverse perspectives and experiences. We are hiring for a Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. This role is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and reports to the VP of People.

 

The Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will provide leadership in partnership with the PitchBook Executive Team to grow and manage PitchBook’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) mission which includes strategic planning, design and execution of mission deliverables, communication of key DEI activities, and reporting on progress and metrics. As part of our commitment to DEI, PitchBook is working with an external consulting and research firm in the DEI space to guide us as we build our multi-year DEI plan.

 

Director,

Diversity & Inclusion

UiPath

People are at the heart of UiPath. This is a wonderful opportunity to join an immersed team to help attract, develop and retain top talent that helps shape our path moving forward. The Senior Director, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIB) will create, develop, execute, and manage global initiatives that promote diversity, inclusion and belonging across Uipath. This role will serve as the key diversity partner to ensure that diversity remains a priority and is closely linked to the company’s overall strategy. In this role, you will work with key partners within and outside of the team to execute and bring these strategies to life. We want to build upon creating an inclusive culture where each employee, customer and potential candidate feels inspired. While collaborating with Global leaders and the Talent Acquisition team, you will have the opportunity the identify the needs and nuances of each team and region and put in place initiatives to ensure we are creating and enhancing an inclusive environment.

 

Director,

Diversity & Inclusion

Facebook

As the Director of Diversity and Inclusion, you will develop strategies to support the advancement of internal talent and continue to build an inclusive workplace for Facebook.We are seeking a seasoned, team-oriented diversity and inclusion practitioner with demonstrated ability to influence, design, implement and execute programs. Reporting directly to the VP, Workforce Diversity & Inclusion, this person will advise the Central Product Services (CPS) organization in best in class D&I practices and partner and integrate D&I within US sites, organizations, HR (people) and talent management and leadership development within a highly matrixed organization. In partnership with the HRBP, Organization Leader, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Analytics and Diversity Business Partner teams, develop and execute strategies to FIND, GROW and KEEP underrepresented people at all levels.The ideal candidate will have the ability to move fast, navigate ambiguity, and collectively make an impact.

  • Help build and manage the growing Diversity team, working closely with each Diversity Business Partner to address the diversity-specific challenges and opportunities in Central Product Services

  • Develop and drive retention and professional development strategies aligned to Central Product Services, improving the overall employee experience and professional progression

  • Serve as a strategic business partner, advisor and leader who can influence HR and business clients by understanding root cause, building and executing solutions and flexing to meet partners where they are in order to help them take action

 

As the Director of Diversity and Inclusion, you will develop strategies to support the advancement of internal talent and continue to build an inclusive workplace for Facebook.We are seeking a seasoned, team-oriented diversity and inclusion practitioner with demonstrated ability to influence, design, implement and execute programs. Reporting directly to the VP, Workforce Diversity & Inclusion, this person will advise the Central Product Services (CPS) organization in best in class D&I practices and partner and integrate D&I within US sites, organizations, HR (people) and talent management and leadership development within a highly matrixed organization. In partnership with the HRBP, Organization Leader, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Analytics and Diversity Business Partner teams, develop and execute strategies to FIND, GROW and KEEP underrepresented people at all levels.The ideal candidate will have the ability to move fast, navigate ambiguity, and collectively make an impact.

Trupanion

Trupanion is here to help pets live their healthiest and happiest lives - and we couldn’t do it without our fantastic team! Team members are an important part of what makes Trupanion so great, and we aspire to offer an inclusive and empowering experience for each of them.

 

Our culture at Trupanion is unique. We don’t embrace status or typical hierarchy. As a team member, you are valued for your unique ideas and contributions to the company, regardless of your role or background. Our goal is to offer an inclusive work environment where everyone feels valued and has the ability to contribute to their full potential.

 

As our new Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) you will help further this environment and guide the evolution of our DEI strategy and programs. In this role, you will work with our Executive Team, People Operations team, and DEI Council to support our growing team and strategic business goals. You will partner across the business to enhance diversity recruitment, development and retention of diverse talent, and foster a workplace where everyone can truly feel a sense of belonging.

Director of Diversity, Equity

& Inclusion

Alaska Airlines

The Director Diversity, Equity & Inclusion sets and executes the long-term strategy for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) at Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air. This role provides direction, governance, tools and resources to drive our DEI commitment and results that support recruiting, developing and retaining an engaged, diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce. As a people leader, this role establishes strategic goals and direction for a team to develop, implement, and lead DEI initiatives and programs that align with business goals and objectives and have a measurable impact on DEI at Alaska and Horizon.

Apply by 1/15/2021.

Director of Equity

Partnerships

The Arts Council of Indianapolis

Do you believe arts & culture helps drive social justice and change? Do you want Indianapolis to be a city that delivers on the promise of A Full Creative Life for All? Do you want your work to support Indy’s creative economy in becoming more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible?

 

The Arts Council of Indianapolis is seeking a Director of Equity Partnerships. Reporting to the Vice President, Community Impact & Investment and serving on the Arts Council’s leadership team, the role is designed to consistently build an arts and culture sector that advances inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA). The Director, Equity Partnerships will have primary responsibility for guiding sector-wide IDEA progress for Indianapolis arts and culture organizations, including but not limited to equitable access to arts education for K-8 public and charter schools. The Director of Equity Partnerships will be responsible for working with arts and culture CEOs and boards and also the education managers of arts & culture organizations as well as public school officials.

Director, Diversity Equity & Inclusion GWS Account

CBRE: United States Commercial Real Estate Services

The DE&I Director is a key member of the Global Senior Leadership Team on the Microsoft account and will work together to guide and support the DE&I strategy of the organization with the goal of ensuring that all employees have the same opportunities to succeed as their peers. Builds upon the existing programs and serves as the organization’s representative in relevant community activities, groups, and professional organizations. Drives supplier diversity programs and promotes the organizations commitment to providing diversity, equity, and inclusion for all.

Vice President for Institutional Equity and Diversity

University of Puget Sound

The vice president will help Puget Sound achieve its highest aspirations and ideals. The primary purpose of the position is to serve the educational mission of the institution by helping to plan, coordinate, implement, and assess operational and strategic goals related to institutional equity and diversity. The VPIED will build bridges and provide strong, creative, collaborative, and energetic leadership in campus efforts to welcome and sustain a diverse and welcoming campus community and to achieve understanding of institutional equity and diversity as integral to the institution's culture and values. The new leader will work alongside a cabinet team that embraces shared responsibility in cultivating, sustaining, and continuously developing an environment in which equity is sought intentionally and inclusiveness is practiced actively. As Puget Sound seeks to strengthen its commitment to racial justice and all forms and facets of diversity, to make the university a better and stronger environment for members across all spectrums of identity, the VPIED will promote deep, structural institutional reforms and foster a culture of self-examination, healing, and constant improvement.

The ideal candidate will be a reform-minded leader with a documented history of successfully developing and advancing institutional equity and diversity programs coupled with in-depth knowledge of theory and practice in service of a diverse group of constituents including students, faculty, staff, alumni, trustees, and the greater community. Candidates should possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and abilities to inspire, influence, and build relationships, bringing everyone into the critical and shared work of fostering a welcoming and inclusive culture.

Senior Director, Inclusion & Diversity Recruiting

Expedia Group

Expedia Group is seeking a strategic, forward-thinking Senior Director to join its Inclusion & Diversity team!

As part of the Expedia Group Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) team, this leader will support our efforts to elevate underrepresented voices and champion programs to enhance I&D for Expedia Group's employees, customers, partners and communities.

In this Senior Director role, you will develop I&D strategies focusing on talent attraction, to increase the volume of skilled applicants and hires from diverse, underrepresented backgrounds. Success will stem from the ability to partner and integrate I&D within our talent attraction capability and make a long-lasting positive impact.

Bilingual Mandarin/English Administrative Assistant

Eastside Legal Assistance Program

Come join the team at Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) as our Administrative Assistant. We are looking for a highly motivated, outgoing, detailed-oriented and organized person to support our administrative
work and conduct detailed client intakes with the people we serve. During the pandemic, our offices are closed, so all contact with clients and attorneys is by phone, email and Zoom. The key to success in this role is
having a high level of flexibility and a desire to provide excellent service to our clients. Training will be provided. This position is temporary through June 30, 2021.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Ngoc Nguyen, Operations Director, at ngoc@elap.org. The 1st round of interviews is scheduled for November 13th. The desired start date is December 1st, 2020. This
position is open until filled.

Family Law

Attorney

Eastside Legal Assistance Program

Come join the team at Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) as our Housing and Family Law Attorney. This full-time position will provide legal services to low-income residents on the Eastside, focusing on housing and family law. During the pandemic, our offices are closed, so all contact with clients and attorneys is by phone, email and Zoom. Please read the qualifications (below) carefully. Before applying, you MUST have a current license to practice law in Washington State, you MUST have a passion for equal justice for marginalized communities, and you MUST have the ability to work in a holacratic organization.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Ngoc Nguyen, Operations Director, at ngoc@elap.org. The 1st round of interviews is scheduled for November 13th. The desired start date is December 1st, 2020. This
position is open until filled.

Director

Office of Equity

Office of the Governor

  The Legislature created the Office of Equity to help government agencies promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in all aspects of state government including in decision making, service delivery, programming, policy development, budgeting, and staffing. This office will develop and lead the state’s DEI strategy by coordinating DEI activities across state agencies and serving as a resource by offering technical assistance and best practices for agency implementation. The goal of the office is to create a state where all Washingtonians will have equitable access to the opportunities and resources they need to flourish and achieve their full potential.

 

In this position, you will help the state develop a new culture that centers equity in all its work, which ultimately leads the state toward its goal of providing all Washingtonians with an opportunity to thrive. You will use your innovation and vision to build this office from the ground and develop the statewide strategy from scratch. Limited resources, high expectations, and potential pushback/reluctance from staff are key challenges that pose real risk to the success of the office. You will need to be able to mitigate these risks as part of the overall state strategy. 

Director of Diversity,

Equity, and Inclusion

Upstream USA

The Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) is a new role for our organization. This is an exciting opportunity for a seasoned EDI practitioner to join Upstream in leading both the strategic and day-to-day operational advancement for our equity, diversity and inclusion journey. The Director of EDI will be a trusted partner across the organization.

 

The focus of this position is to help build a holistic Equity, Diversity and Inclusion strategy that accomplishes 3 goals: 1) ensures all people (including those who have been historically underrepresented based on race/ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, veteran status and disability) are treated fairly in the work of our mission; 2) supports our staff to collectively pursue a shared vision of equity, diversity and inclusion; and 3) helps us create workplace experience where all Upstream employees feel comfortable bringing their true selves to work each day.

Sr. Director – Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging, Talent and Culture

Nordstrom

At Nordstrom we are guided by our shared values and thrive in an environment where collaboration and openness are valued. We believe that innovation is powered by perspective and that teamwork and respect for each other lead to amazing results. We elevate each other and obsess about doing the right thing.

This role will lead a talented team of D&I practitioners, leadership development managers, organizational development managers and talent & performance consultants across the organization. In this role, you will develop and integrate meaningful programs at scale that change human behavior and deliver on business outcomes. You will partner with HR colleagues, business leaders, and key stakeholders to design and execute consistent impactful employee experiences across talent, marketplace, culture and leadership. You will serve as a key diversity partner to ensure that diversity and equity remain a priority and is closely linked to the company’s overall business strategy working to execute and bring these strategies to life. The position reports to the SVP Talent, Rewards and Culture. 

DEI Development Manager

(WMS2)

Washington State Department of Enterprise Services

Are you a training and development manager who is passionate about ensuring public servants provide inclusive services and achieve equitable outcomes? We are seeking a leader in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) to create a training program for Washington State’s public employees, in order to help them serve with cultural relevance and humility. As a new position leading a new training initiative, you will grow this position as well as your team to be the trailblazers and influencers of statewide DEI implementation.

To apply, go directly to: www.careers.wa.gov and SEARCH: DEI.

If you have questions contact wendy.endress@des.wa.gov.

Director of Equity

and Inclusion

Cascade Employers Association

At Cascade Employers Association, we are focused on building better, more equitable and inclusive workplaces through compliance, culture and connection. A newly created position, as our Director of Equity and Inclusion you’ll be the person we trust to establish, deliver and oversee our equity, diversity and inclusion consulting services in order to support employers in creating more equitable and inclusive cultures where all employees can thrive.  Your drive for change, innovation and focus on results will allow you to grow this service area and positively impact employees and employers across the Northwest.

Please email a summary paragraph and resume to jreed@cascadeemployers.com in your paragraph, please tell us why you think you are an ideal match for us and us for you. Visit their site company site here.

Executive

Director

Class Action

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

  • 5+ years of small nonprofit management positions (or equivalent)

  • Proven track record of fundraising for 501(c)3 organizations

  • Ability to pull together and inspire volunteers and staff to collaborative efforts

  • Progressive communications experience (such as social media campaigns, writing for websites, newsletter editing, etc.)

  • Deep understanding of organizational, societal, cultural and interpersonal classism; anti-racism and race/class/gender intersections; popular education; and nonprofit organizational development

  • Agreement with and track record of action in accordance with Class Action’s Vision and Core Frameworks (see below)

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.

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