The City University of New York, New York, NY
The Chief Diversity Officer is responsible for developing, implementing, evaluating, and monitoring the affirmative action and compliance program for Central Office. In this vital role, the Chief Diversity Officer identifies diversity goals and objectives, and implements strategies for achieving them. This position develops new initiatives to promote inclusive environments for all faculty and staff. The Chief Diversity Officer provides guidance to Central Office administration about equal employment opportunity concerns to constituent groups and prepares the annual affirmative action plan. The position reports directly to the Vice Chancellor of Human Resources, or their designee and may be called upon to support University initiatives.
Chief Diversity, Equity, and Belonging Officer
Penn State University - Hershey, PA 17033
Reporting to the Dean, the CDEBO will set a bold vision, provide the strategic direction, and leadership for PSCOM's initiatives that promote racial-awareness, equity, and create a community that is welcoming and inclusive across all aspects of diversity and committed to positive change. The Chief will coordinate and lead efforts to advance a vibrant and progressive program through innovative initiatives, curriculum, services, and policies. This program will incorporate all facets of PSCOM and will guide the Institution to measurable actions leading to greater diversity, equity, a sense of belonging, value, support, and acceptance for all faculty, staff and learners.
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The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD
Reporting directly to the Vice Provost/Chief Diversity Officer, Katrina Caldwell, Ph.D., the DCDO will help steward the next institutional diversity strategic plan by supporting the development of priorities and directions as the university charts a set of bold new initiatives. They will provide strategic leadership in collaboration with the divisional diversity deans, administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the greater Baltimore community to advance Johns Hopkins’ vision to expand and grow its diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts.
Chief Diversity Officer
Strategic Education, Inc - Herndon, VA
SEI, a leader in adult education with a mission to improve the social, career and economic ROI of our students, is committed to hire a Chief Diversity Officer to lead the overall diversity, equity and inclusion strategy at SEI. This role will be a key member of the executive leadership team reporting directly to the CEO. The Chief Diversity Officer will lead the overall DEI strategies from conception, development, and implementation of those strategies across the company.
To be successful in this role, the applicant will have previous experience charting a multi-year roadmap on DEI, defining organizational resources required to implement the roadmap and leading successful diversity and inclusion initiatives in a large corporate setting. This role requires a proven diversity leader with experience leading successful diversity and inclusion initiatives in a corporate setting. Exposure in a fast-paced, Innovative organization is beneficial.
Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer
Legacy Health - Portland, OR 97209
Our mission at Legacy Health is to make life better for others. That mission drives everything we do. As one of the largest employers and health care providers in the Portland metro area, people trust Legacy with their lives and livelihoods. Upholding our mission of making life better for others means that we must move beyond traditional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) work toward being an anti-racist organization. At Legacy, we believe racism is a public health issue and we acknowledge that systemic racism exists throughout society, our industry, and even within our own organization. Our journey will require an openness and commitment to deep reflection, learning and action in support of our transformation into a health care provider and employer who honors the trust put in us by demonstrating diversity, equity, inclusion, and transparency in tangible and meaningful ways. We seek an individual who can bring their passion, knowledge and lived experience to our organization, to advise the CEO and CHRO, and to partner with other leaders, physicians, stakeholders and all employees to ensure our focus on DEI is fully integrated into our strategies, operations and patient care across the system.
The Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer provides leadership, direction, and organization to the development and implementation of Legacy Health’s diversity, equity and inclusion strategy. This strategy is aimed at integrating diversity, equity and inclusion into the culture, communication, and decision-making in support of Legacy Health’s mission, vision, and values.
Pacific Air Forces, Hickam Village, Hawaii
The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer (CDIO) for the Major Command (MAJCOM). Serves as an advocate and senior Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) advisor for the MAJCOM Commander (MAJCOM/CC) and other senior leadership.
Head of Racial Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Amnesty International - Johannesburg, South Africa; Nairobi, Kenya; Dakar, Senegal; Tunis, Tunisia; Mexico City, Mexico; Colombo, Sri Lanka, or other locations possible
Amnesty International is committing itself to organisational change and transformation to become a more inclusive, diverse and equal organization. As Head of Racial Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, you will support Amnesty on its journey to become a leader of anti-racism, diversity and inclusion by developing strategies, delivering initiatives and influencing people across the organization. You are an emphatic leader that truly understands the wide spectrum of equality, diversity and inclusion across cultural contexts, and takes a strategic approach to organisational transformation.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Boston, MA
This position will work closely with managers, leaders, faculty, and staff across the entire institute to create initiatives and deliver programs designed to foster a culture of belonging, inclusion, and engagement at all levels of the organization. This role will report directly to the SVP, Chief People Officer, with a matrix relationship to the Vice President of Faculty Development (Office of Faculty Development). In addition, this position will have regular access to executive leadership, including Dana-Farber’s President and CEO.
Vice President, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Justice
Girl Scouts of the USA - New York, NY
The Vice President, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Justice will play a critical role in defining a holistic Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Justice (DEI/RJ) and gender equity strategy for Girl Scouts Movement. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President will drive lasting cultural and behavioral change and implement DEI/RJ initiatives across the Movement – for girls, volunteers, council and national staff, and Board members. The VP serves a strategic partner to leaders across the organization in Girl Scouts journey to strengthen its capacity to live its mission and values by fostering an anti-racist, diverse, equitable, inclusive and a community of belonging internally at GSUSA as well as with Councils.
the Director, Internal Partnerships & ERG Program Management will support VF’s IDEA strategies and attainment of related goals by providing thought leadership and collaborating with key senior leaders and HR Business Partners to promote an inclusive work environment where diversity is viewed in the broadest sense - including age, ethnicity, gender, appearance, race, physical abilities, religion, social-economic background, political affiliation, sexual orientation, sexual identity, nationality, thinking styles, life experiences, and so forth. Additionally, you will be responsible for leading the evolution of VF’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) from mostly foundational / lightly structured maturity levels where their impact is clearly felt, but often requires heroic efforts by members to maturity levels that deliver even greater impact in more defined, integrated, and optimized ways.
McDonald's Corporation, Chicago, IL
Our Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (GDEI) team is responsible for the enterprise-wide DEI strategy and ensuring that each of the company’s global markets, across the three-legged stool, are supported in a culturally sensitive way. Advancing DEI is recognized as a business imperative, and as a result, there is an immediate need to support our Employee Business Networks within the framework of the DEI strategy, with agency and urgency given the fulfillment needs of the enterprise GDEI strategy and our Global People plans. This role will report directly to the Senior Director, Global Diversity & Corporate Function Support.
Inclusion and Diversity Director
Honeywell - Charlotte, NC
As Director of Diversity for our, corporate functional teams and global regions you will influence strategy, define organizational business requirements and collaborate closely with business leaders to drive progress and go-forward strategies at VP and SVP levels. The Director will implement Honeywell’s diversity initiatives and activities that interact readily and effectively with I&D councils, employee networks and functional teams and provide oversight over and advocate for these groups; ensure their strategic impact on the organization.
Our culture is built on Integrity & Ethics, supporting Inclusion & Diversity and Workplace Respect. Our goal is to have one of the world's most globally minded, diverse workforces. To do this, we must leverage our different backgrounds, skills and perspectives. We role model inclusive leadership behaviors in all that we do. We strive to be a company where everyone feels they belong, can make an impact and have the opportunity to advance based on their talents and contributions. The Director will erve as a change agent, consultant, thought leader, influencer & subject matter expert on inclusion and diversity- related issues that impact the company.
Director – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Bain Capital - Boston, MA
The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will be a key member of the DEI Team who will engage in the oversight, management, and delivery of key DEI initiatives across the Firm with a focus on recruitment and partnerships, talent development, and inclusion programming. The Director will report to and work closely with the Senior Vice President, Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
The Ditector will work alongside HR Business Partners to integrate DEI strategy into business unit practices with a focus on recruitment and onboarding.
Enhance recruitment and talent acquisition and identify, build, and sustain partnerships toward that goal. Support the roll out of new development initiatives and training. Implement internal course offerings for employees including training (e.g. unconscious bias training, sponsorship building blocks, and Inclusive leadership). Manage internal employee networks to ensure they have clear business objectives, appropriate resources, and level of influence within the organization. Share DEI plans, activities, and progress to internal audiences to gain momentum toward organizational development and growth and to external audiences related to fund diligence and other areas.
Unity Technologies – San Francisco, CA
Unity Technologies is an inspiring fast-paced environment committed to crafting a culture where employees feel valued and encouraged to bring their best-selves to work. We approach inclusion through a framework of Empathy, Respect, and Opportunity! We want to make sure that Unity Technologies is a place where everyone feels welcomed.
As the Director, Inclusion you will develop, implement and supervise programs that promote D&I within the company, manage a team to balance multiple priorities, make informed decisions, and deliver measurable results. You will drive systemic change as a respected leader with vision. You will build key relationships across the executive team and throughout the organization to educate, guide, and build culture change. In this role you will serve as the internal and external voice of inclusion for Unity.
Diversity & Inclusion Director
CNA Insurance - Chicago, IL 60604
The Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Director partners with internal and external stakeholders to promote and advance CNA’s D&I objectives across the enterprise. Working collaboratively with cross functional teams and leaders, this role develops and executes programs and initiatives that increase the representation of diverse talent and foster a culture of inclusion.
Senior Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Business Partner
Amazon.com Services LLC - Nashville, TN
Come share your passion for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) innovation through a leadership role on our Worldwide Consumer DEI team. As a DEI Business Partner supporting our Consumer Tech group, you will design and drive a global DEI strategy in partnership with business leaders, HR, Talent Management, and Recruiting. By thinking big and diving deep, you'll advance our DEI work and empower long-term results.
A successful candidate will have experience building effective multi-year DEI strategies, including full-life-cycle plans in the areas of recruitment, talent management, learning, and engagement. You should understand how these strategies connect with and influence one another. You should also have strong project management, writing, and analytical skills, along with the ability to influence and partner cross-functionally with both HR and business leaders and teams.
U.S. Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
In collaboration with the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) and the Diversity Review Board (ORB), lead diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts within the United States Marine Corps (USMC), ensure internal and external communications reflect diversity, equity, and inclusion, develop tools and define processes that enable shifting the USMC cultural paradigm for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Director for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging
Harvard University - Cambridge, MA
Reporting to the Senior Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching, the Director is responsible for strengthening and advancing diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) at HGSE. In consultation and collaboration with the Dean’s Office and senior leaders at the school, advises, shapes, develops and implements a robust DEIB strategy to create a learning and working environment where all students, staff, and faculty have the opportunity and necessary supports to thrive. In addition to the Dean’s Office, partners closely with Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and Human Resources to develop targeted strategies and needs assessments to advance the work in those specific communities. As the schoolwide lead for DEIB, identifies and makes connections across constituencies where synergies exist.
Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor, External Affairs, and the Senior Executive Director, Employee and Organizational Engagement (EOE), the Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) will serve as a strategic advisor to EA leadership. This individual will be a driver in our core work of fundraising and advocacy. The Director will provide guidance on all matters, programs and initiatives related to the development and implementation of short- and long-term strategies to bring about, nurture and sustain equity in all aspects of EA's work. This individual will work collaboratively with UCLA's Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and campus Equity Advisors to create the appropriate framework for EA's EDI programmatic efforts and initiatives, aligning with campus-wide efforts. The Director will serve as an EDI expert and organizational thought-leader for EA in the creation and execution of action plans and integrated solutions that will drive inclusive behaviors and business practices at all levels of EA. This individual will be responsible for developing, executing and managing employee EDI programs, including implementing best practices and assessment methods to monitor performance and inform decisions on how to achieve equity objectives.
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Marymount Manhattan College · New York, New York, United States
Chief Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Officer (Chief EDI Officer). The Chief EDI Officer is responsible for new and existing College- wide efforts to foster an equitable, diverse, and inclusive campus environment, and to undertake these efforts in partnership with a wide array of constituencies, including students, faculty, staff, and trustees. The Chief EDI Officer will report directly to the President, serve on her senior leadership team, and act as a liaison to the Board of Trustees.
Penn State, University Park Status
The Assistant Director plays a vital role in the day-to-day operations of the Center. Reporting to the Director, the Assistant Director provides primary oversight of university wide programming and education on sexual and gender diversity for the greater Penn State community. The Assistant Director also plays significant part in administrative oversight, staffing, engagement, and campus and community partnerships. The Assistant Director provides direct engagement with Penn State campuses and supports the Program Coordinator position, responsible for mentorship, student support, and student leadership development.
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Duke Kunshan University - China
Duke Kunshan University is a highly selective research-oriented, liberal arts and sciences university located in China. The primary mission of DKU is to enable students from around the world to lead purposeful and productive lives. The Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion will lead the development of a comprehensive vision and strategy that champions global perspectives, cultural competence, a sense of belonging, diversity, equity, and inclusion with evidence-based best practices.
Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity
Dartmouth College - Hanover, NH
Reporting to the Senior Vice President and Senior Diversity Officer with a dotted line to the Assistant Vice President of Equity and Compliance in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity, the Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity serves as a subject matter expert on the campus regarding issues of affirmative action, equal opportunity, and diversity, and will develop, implement, direct, and monitor affirmative action/equal opportunity employment programs in compliance with government regulations and Dartmouth’s goals to support and enhance a diverse workforce.
This position reviews and maintains the institutional discrimination and harassment policy and procedures, prepares EEO/Affirmative Action reports and plans, and monitors process and procedures related to job searches. The Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity is responsible for implementing and monitoring a process for reports of bias, overseeing complaints of discrimination and harassment and providing training and consultation on matters related to equity and affirmative action. The Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity will serve as one of several entry points through which faculty, staff, students, alumni and/or guests seek information on equity related complaint processes and non-discrimination policies of the College.
Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
UCLA - Los Angeles, CA
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor, External Affairs, and the Senior Executive Director, Employee and Organizational Engagement (EOE), the Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) will serve as a strategic advisor to EA leadership. This individual will be a driver in our core work of fundraising and advocacy. The Director will provide guidance on all matters, programs and initiatives related to the development and implementation of short- and long-term strategies to bring about, nurture and sustain equity in all aspects of EA's work. This individual will work collaboratively with UCLA's Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and campus Equity Advisors to create the appropriate framework for EA's EDI programmatic efforts and initiatives, aligning with campus-wide efforts.
The Director will serve as an EDI expert and organizational thought-leader for EA in the creation and execution of action plans and integrated solutions that will drive inclusive behaviors and business practices at all levels of EA. This individual will be responsible for developing, executing and managing employee EDI programs, including implementing best practices and assessment methods to monitor performance and inform decisions on how to achieve equity objectives.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Director champions the importance and value of a diverse and inclusive college/campus environment and leads the development of a vision and effective strategy to create and support a culture for equity, diversity, and inclusion and advance diversity as a critical component of social, academic, and intellectual life at the college/campus. The DEI Director leads the development and implementation of proactive diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in support of the institutions’ strategic plans to create a learning and working environment where all have an opportunity to succeed. Responsibilities include promoting a culture of inclusion where individuals from all racial and ethnic identities, ages, religions, nationalities, social and economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, and physical and mental abilities can thrive and be engaged.
The DEI Director works across the college and campus, including COTC’s three extended campuses, actively engaging with students, faculty, and staff to further behaviors, attitudes, and policies that support diversity, equity, and inclusion. The role collaborates with college/campus stakeholders to identify and assess areas of opportunity; and for increasing awareness and action in support of equity and inclusion values and maintaining compliance with applicable laws.
Director Of Programs, Diversity & Inclusion, Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Community & Inclusion
Boston University - Boston, MA 02215
The Director of Programs in Boston University Diversity & Inclusion (BU D&I), which is led by the Vice President and Associate Provost for Community & Inclusion, will join a relatively newly created unit within Boston University focused on aligning the University's stated values regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion to its policies, practices, structures, climate, and culture. The Director will play an essential role in helping to develop institutional programs that promote a culture of inclusion, intellectual capaciousness, mutual respect, and civility. As a member of a newly created team, the Director will have the opportunity to develop and deepen a diverse slate of programs for faculty, staff, and students, and to work in collaboration with key stakeholders across the institution (ex: The Hub, academic departments especially in relation to schools and colleges and the academic program, the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, the Gotlieb Archives, Initiative on Cities, Build LAB, etc.) and within the city to create an exciting, expansive, and farsighted group of programs that are in accord with BUs founding principles and redoubled commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Director of Programs will be responsible for creating dynamic, programming focused on the public exploration of challenging ideas and catalyzing stronger communities among BUs broad range of constituents. These mutually reinforcing goals will help BU students, staff, and faculty to develop enhanced methods of engaging across difference.
The Centre For Global Inclusion – Remote, Global
The Centre, a leading global nonprofit organization, serves as a resource for research and education for individuals and organizations around the globe who are seeking to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion practices. We distribute our offerings, which are free, to individuals, academia/education, businesses, governments, community organizations, and NGOs around the world. We are also the home of the Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmarks. Our overarching goal is to make the world a better place for all. The Centre is seeking a leader with a demonstrated track record of nonprofit or NGO leadership and a commitment to and passion for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion with our partners, Expert Panellists, and resource users around the globe. Please submit your materials as soon as possible to be considered for the first round interviews. However, the Search Committee will accept applications until a final candidate is announced. Go here to read the job description and for information on how to apply: https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/news/.
This is a remote, home-based position. Must be residing near a major airport.
Reporting to the Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer, the Strategic Director will have responsibility for identifying, defining and executing key diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs, practices and priorities for ACS. The Strategic Director will engage and support business stakeholders across the enterprise in implementing diversity, equity and inclusion strategies aligned with the Society’s goal of expanding its engagement in diverse communities to meet the mission, revenue and talent goals of the ACS and creating an equitable and inclusive organizational culture. The Strategic Director will be responsible for overseeing the cultivation of external collaborations with social/civic/faith-based partners in diverse communities, the design and implementation of learning programs to enhance the cultural competence of Society staff and volunteers and initiating internal policies and programs to advance a culture of inclusion throughout the Society.
Director, Disability & Accessibility Inclusion
ACLU, New York, NY
The ACLU seeks a full-time position of Director, Disability & Accessibility Inclusion in the Business Operations & Support Services unit of the Administration and Finance Department of the ACLU’s National office in New York, NY. Reporting to the Deputy Chief Operating Officer, the Director, Disability & Accessibility Inclusion has the unique opportunity to play a key role in moving the ACLU to a culture of belonging for people with disabilities, and an organization that is engaged closely with the disability community. Building on the institution’s programmatic work to advance disability rights and internal equity, diversity, and inclusion practices, this role will partner closely with the Human Resources (HR) department and with the Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging (EDIB) units. We seek to build an organization that reflects the world in which we aspire to live, valuing and reflecting the people whose lives and pursuit of fairness drive our work.
Care.org - Atlanta, GA
We create local solutions to poverty and inequality and we seek dignity for everyone every day and during times of crisis. The Director will work globally across country and regional offices to evoke bold, meaningful and systemic change, and ensure DEI strategies are responsive to, and reflective of, CARE USA’s global context. The ideal candidate will lead us in creating a more honest/transparent narrative of who we are, influencing how we work with each other within our internal culture, and informing how we partner with program participants, community-based organizations, and social movements.
Responsibilities include: strategy development and execution; enhancing racial equity, anti-racism and decolonization; drive inclusive culture and internal and external thought leadership and partnerships.
Director of Diversity and Inclusion
Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP - Raleigh, NC
The Director of Diversity & Inclusion is responsible for creating, implementing, and leading the Firm’s diversity and inclusion initiatives.
The Director is responsible for: raising diversity awareness and supporting and implementing policies, programs, processes and initiatives to meet the Firm’s diversity-related strategic objectives.; preparing and coordinating the development of materials and events related to the Firm’s Diversity and Inclusion strategic plan; supporting and furthering the Firm’s initiatives to attract, develop, train, retain and promote attorneys in all offices.
The Director will partner with Professional Development, Attorney Recruiting, and the Diversity and Inclusion Committee Chairperson, as well as collaborate and interact with the Board, Practice Group Leaders, Firm Leadership, and Marketing Department to accomplish the strategic plan.
Senior Manager, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The New York Times – New York, NY
The New York Times has defined the strategy and roadmap for ensuring The New York Times creates and sustains an open and inclusive environment where every employee can do their best work. As The New York Times establishes “a world class digital media business”, our digital product engineering team continues to grow and is actively building a more inclusive culture as we scale. Partnering with leaders across The Company, Product Engineering and with employee based groups, you will lead the charge in developing, embedding and sustaining best in class practices as well as building next practices to embed the principles of DEI in all facets of the product engineering across the employee lifecycle and in day to day experience. You will will help enhance the collaborative and “always-be-learning” culture of NYT Engineering.
D&I Project Manager
Unity Technologies - Austin, TX
Does the idea of joining an empowered team helping to build and scale inclusion and diversity strategy within a global company excite you? If so, come join Unity Technologies as the Inclusion Project Manager!
In partnership with the Inclusion Team, you will lead and implement programming, resources, and tools throughout Unity’s workforce. You will help ensure that we live up to our values by being a trusted partner and scaling strategies that equip our global Employee Resource Groups with informed support, so they can continue to build an inclusive work environment.
TIP- Upwork - Remote
Upwork ($UPWK) is the leading tech solution for companies looking to hire the best talent, maintain flexibility, and get more done. We’re passionate about our mission to create economic opportunities so people have better lives. Every year, more than $2 billion of work is done through Upwork by skilled professionals who want the freedom of working anytime, anywhere. Top companies connecting with extraordinary talent around the globe? Upwork is how.
This is a Contract position through Upwork’s Talent Innovation Program (TIP). Our TIP team is a global group of professionals that augment Upwork’s business. Our TIP team members are located all over the world.
Diversity, Equity and Belonging Officer
American Institute of Physics – College Park, MD
PRM Consulting Group has been engaged to conduct a retained search for the American Institute of Physics (AIP's) Diversity, Equity and Belonging Officer (DEBO). This key member of leadership leads and expands AIP's efforts toward achieving the vision of AIP as a recognized leader in the physical sciences enterprise in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and accessibility (DEIBA). Reporting to a member of the executive team, the DEBO provides leadership, strategic direction, and management of AIP's DEIBA initiatives for AIP and the AIP federation and more broadly for the physical sciences.
If you have a Bachelor's degree and 10+ years of experience managing large-scale/complex programs, and significant knowledge of DEIBA social science research and its application, explore this outstanding opportunity located in suburban Maryland. Please send your resume, general compensation requirements, and a short paragraph about why this opportunity is of interest to Laura Viehmyer at email@example.com.
Inclusion Allies Coalition seeks an intern with some level of web development skills to lead an effort for weekly updates of the Career Opportunities Page that is seen by our group of over 700 members who are current DEI practitioners. The benefits for someone taking on this role will be an opportunity to see upcoming DEI jobs before they are widely publicized. For someone looking to break into DEI or looking for their next opportunity this is a great way to maximize the impact of your job search by also sharing great job postings with others who are similarly looking for DEI jobs right now.
In addition, you will be able to help with welcoming new members to the Coalition, adding their names to the website, sending a welcoming note and contacting them to see their interests if they are mentioned in their registration. Development opportunities also exist with being part of DEI projects.
Expected Time Commitment is 2-3 hours per week and expectation for the internship would be 3 month minimum. More information on the IAC can be found at http://www.inclusioncoalition.info/welcome.html
If interested please contact Shavondalyn Givens – linkedin.com/in/shavondalyngivens/