Employment opportunities related to diversity, equity & social justice
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Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
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.
Bishop Blanchet High School is a 9-12 grade catholic school located in Seattle, WA. As our mission statement reflects, we inspire students to transform the world around them through a lifelong commitment to faith, scholarship and service. In that spirit we are seeking someone who will serve as the school’s Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI).
Our community reflects the widest spectrums of diversity including race, socio-economic, gender identity, family composition, religious belief and geography. We are committed to providing a safe space for courageous conversations, exchange of ideas and problem solving while welcoming our differences and respecting our unique life experiences.
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 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. The ideal candidate will have the ability to move fast, navigate ambiguity, and collectively make an impact.In partnership with the HRBP, Org. Leader, Talent Management, Leadership Development and Analytics Diversity Business Partner teams develop and execute strategies to FIND, GROW and KEEP underrepresented people at all levels.
The Director of Equity and Inclusion will lead the development and implementation of proactive equity and inclusion initiatives which will support the District’s strategic plan. The Director of Equity and Inclusion will lead the development of a vision and effective strategy that champions the importance and value of an equitable and inclusive K-12+ experience for the students and staff in Fife. The Director will also engage staff and students to build a welcoming and inclusive District culture. The Director will assess potential barriers and develop strategies focused on recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce in conjunction with the Director of Human Resources. The Director will design training initiatives on cultural competency, gender, disability, antiracist practices, and other topics designed to increase awareness and support of equity and inclusion values, and maintaining compliance with applicable laws. The Director will also serve as the District’s Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator.
As a leader in this newly created role with Kitsap Mental Health Services (KMHS), the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Manager is responsible for the design, implementation, and promotion of a DEI strategy that is embedded into the employee and client experience of KMHS. The DEI Manager has overall responsibility for equity and inclusion and cross-cultural efforts and ownership for initiatives and programs, in collaboration with management and community partners.
We are looking to hire an experienced diversity educator who is looking for an opportunity to work at a unique boutique firm that specializes in justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) leadership.
We primarily seek an equity educator who has significant experience with discussing and teaching equity concepts to offer trainings and some consulting based on our award-winning Deep Diversity® methodology*. Having said that, we are a small team and this full-time position requires you to be extremely flexible and do whatever it takes to get things done, from research and client management through to completing mundane office tasks. This position would ideally be based in Toronto, Canada but we are open to any North American applicants.
IN THIS ROLE, you will own and help guide the evolution of our DE&I strategy and programs. You will work closely with our Vice President of Talent, Communications & Culture to facilitate effective sessions with our Inclusion Council and help set and drive progress against our annual goals. You’ll also work with other members of our team and the broader organization to ensure we effectively implement our strategies, comply with all applicable laws and have appropriate policies, practices and programs in place. You will partner across the business to help ensure our people-related activities result in a highly engaged, diverse workforce that wants to stay at Weyerhaeuser and grow their careers because they feel empowered, respected and a true sense of belonging.
The Senior Associate, DEI leads TREC’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programming as part of TREC’s Organizational Effectiveness Program. The scope of the position is two-fold:
Program Oversight and Staff Supervision:
The Senior Associate provides vision and strategic direction of TREC’s client-facing DEI programming as a member of TREC’s Organizational Effectiveness team. The Senior Associate leads the evolution of TREC’s DEI client services strategy and develops and oversees TREC’s DEI training and consulting programs. Also, the Senior Associate provides support and supervision to the DEI Associate.
The Senior Associate develops and delivers DEI trainings and resources that are broadly available to TREC clients on a range of foundational DEI topics. Additionally, they provide in-depth consulting services to a handful of TREC clients, including assessments, training for board and staff teams, and supporting clients in designing and implementing DEI organizational development plans. Clients are identified in conjunction with the Executive Director and Organizational Effectiveness team. The Senior Associate determines and designs the scope of DEI services provided to each client based on organizational need, staff capacity, and change readiness. Services are delivered over the phone, online, and onsite. Some training and consulting services are co-delivered with other members of the Organizational Effectiveness team and/or the DEI Associate.
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.
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.