DEI CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER/VP
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Diversity Officer serves as part of the Executive Team and partners with senior leaders to shape, advance, and lead the organization's overarching DEI vision and strategy. The Chief Diversity Officer is a leader, advisor, advocate, catalyst for change, and institutional resource focused on embedding accountability for diversity, equity and inclusion into all programs and activities across the organization. The Chief Diversity Officer champions diversity, equity and inclusion efforts that influence policies, staffing, culture, products and services, content, marketing, and community engagement.
The target salary range for this position is $300k to $350k.
We are seeking a highly experienced and visionary Global Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer to lead and champion our global diversity and inclusion strategy and initiatives. In this strategic role, you will collaborate closely with the Executive Team, Global HR Leadership Team, and employees at all levels to develop and implement programs that promote a sense of belonging, equity, and inclusion. The Global Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer will play a critical role in continuing to shape our company culture, strengthening our commitment to diversity, and driving positive change within the organization.
Major League Soccer
Responsible for spearheading our DE&I maturity journey across the enterprise. Working closely with the Chief Engagement and Advancement Officer, League and Club stakeholders, and MLS/SUM partners, this individual will help build and implement a new DEI maturity model for MLS/SUM and its clubs, as well as progress the League’s programs to increase inclusion and representation throughout the MLS ecosystem. This senior level leader will drive strategy, through innovation, and help to create an environment that values and embraces differences while promoting equitable opportunities within the League and across our Clubs.
Starting Base Salary $200,000 - $230,000.
Serves as a campus leader on issues of inclusion, equity, social justice, and diversity. The director oversees an office that seeks to affirm the unique identities of people while building a community that strengthens itself from these identities and cultivates leaders who will integrate the value of human diversity to the world. Represented in the office are services and support for students of color, international students, LGBTQ+ students, first-generation students, and spiritual life.
The Chief Diversity Officer will serve as chief architect of CUFO’s DEI strategy. Reporting to the Executive Vice President for University Facilities and Operations, and serving as a member of the executive team, the CDO will provide both high-level strategic vision, pragmatic expert counsel, and effective strategy execution with the goal of ensuring that CUFO lives out its stated commitment to further diversify all levels of its staff and create a more equitable and inclusive workplace for all.
Salary Range: $200,000- $250,000
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Serve as a thought leader, partnering with faculty, staff, students, and alumni to advance MIT’s commitment to inclusive excellence. Engage and support the community in advancing a welcoming, inclusive, and equitable environment that embraces all forms of diversity. Encourage collaboration and shared learning across campus as inclusionary strategies, policies, and practices are implemented; support ERGs and MIT’s commitment to freedom of expression, while sustaining a welcoming community; and organize and foster community-focused communications, outreach, and educational programs.
Ideally, the successful candidate is a leader and subject matter expert with deep experience in accessibility policies and disability inclusion program development.In this role, you will develop internal accessibility policies, build accountability methodologies, conduct data analysis, provide regular reporting, and recommend program development to ensure the long-term success of the Accessibility Center of Excellence. The role will shape and drive the company’s accessibility and disability inclusion practices in support of employees and consumers with disabilities, everywhere they live and work.
As a member of the People & Places organization, we are stewards of Intuit’s greatest strategic asset: Our Employees. Our mission is to maximize the potential of our employees and accelerate Intuit’s business growth with the right leadership, talent, and organizational capabilities.
The expected base pay range for this position is CA $194,500 - $336,500. This position will be eligible for a cash bonus, equity rewards and benefits, in accordance with our applicable plans and programs.
Real Estate Anywhere
We are seeking a dynamic Director of DE&I to lead our organization's efforts in promoting diversity, fostering equity, and building an inclusive work environment culture. In this strategic role, you will collaborate with cross-functional teams and senior leadership to build and implement comprehensive DE&I strategies that drive substantial change and build a more inclusive environment for our employees.
Compensation Range: $140,000 - $150,000
The Director of Global Diversity and Inclusion will assume the important role of ensuring we are forming and supporting an increasingly diverse community and fostering an inclusive culture. The role also provides strategic advice and counsel to the organization’s leadership and the Executive Committee on diversity-related issues. This role will serve as a subject matter expert responsible for managing and executing short-term and long-term objectives at an enterprise-wide level.
As Director, Inclusion and Diversity (I&D) for our Performance Material Technology Business you will influence & execute strategy, define organizational business requirements, and collaborate closely with business leaders to drive progress and actions and go-forward strategies at VP and SVP levels.
The overall market range for roles in this area of Netflix is typically $200,000 - $300,000
|Serves as the principal orchestrator of multiple, complex EDI initiatives in the Division of Student Affairs as part of Tulane’s Strategy for Tomorrow. Reporting to the VP for Student Affairs and partnering with the DSA senior leadership team, the Director of EDI works across the division to create welcoming and inclusive spaces where individuals of all identities, backgrounds, and experiences can thrive, have a keen sense of belonging, and achieve academic and professional success. The Director should be a strategic thinker and intellectual leader who collaborates with others to cultivate a shared vision of DE&I throughout the division reflecting and supporting the Division’s Strategy for Tomorrow Initiatives, the Division of Student Affairs’ Strategic Plan, and Tulane’s Core Values|
William & Mary
Working closely with the CDO, the DCDO will play a lead role in carrying out the university’s commitment to DEI for all members of the community. The position will serve as a liaison between the office and Senior Leadership in the implementation and assessment of the university’s Inclusive Excellence Plan; Chair the University D&I Advisory Committee; and coordinate university programming. The DCDO will work closely with the university affinity groups and the Center for Student Diversity to deliver programs and services that foster human connection and a sense of belonging among faculty, staff, and students.
Salary Range: Min $68,470 Mid $107,471 Max $146,472.
The Director will evaluate, assess, and benchmark existing programs and approaches, research and propose new diversity pathway, retention, and student success initiatives, and build effective collaborations and relationships with college, university, and community partners. The position will also be responsible for the management and oversight of the Pre-Collegiate Summer Scholars Program (PSSP) which supports approximately 10-15 students each summer as they transition from high school to the college learning and living environment.
Salary pay range: $76,744 - $89,188
University of Pennsylvania
Reporting to the Director of Athletics and Recreation and working as a part of the leadership team for both Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation and Wellness at Penn, the Head of DEI&B will work as a subject matter expert to lead cultural change and tackle challenges that are unique to both departments. The Head of DEI&B will be responsible for creating a DEIB framework that provides strategic commitments to develop a safe and inclusive culture across all aspects of diversity. This framework will also include social justice, accessibility and antiracism initiatives that will enhance a sense of belonging for students accessing services through DRIA and Wellness.
Pay Range $74,476.00 - $115,000 Annual Rate
St. Catherine University
Partners with the SVP of HR, Equity and Inclusion to lead the advancement of vision and strategy to support, evaluate, and further campus wide inclusive excellence. This leader takes a hands-on approach to work across the University to facilitate embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into all aspects of the institution, and actively engages staff, faculty, and students to further behaviors, policies and practices that support individuals from all racial and ethnic identities, ages, nationalities, social and economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, religion, political and ideological perspectives, and physical and mental abilities.
DIRECTOR: NOT FOR PROFIT/NGO
Chicago Botanic Garden
Drive organization commitment to and implementation of policies, practices, and behaviors that create a welcoming and inclusive culture; lead equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA) efforts across divisions; and ensure alignment with the Chicago Botanic Garden’s mission and purpose by developing innovative strategies, building capacity, and implementing change that allows the institution to live its values.
Gift of Hope
The VP, DE&I is a critical leadership position that will focus on shaping and delivering Vital Strategies’ global DEI strategy, guiding implementation efforts, and establishing an effective monitoring and evaluation framework that enhances accountability. Reports to the Chief Strategy Officer in the Office of the President and will serve as an advisor to the Exec Leadership team. In consultation with our DEI Task Force and global teams, the VP will work to ensure that our organizational culture, programs, behaviors and leadership development are anchored in our vision for equity and inclusion.
The range of salary is from $180,000 to $195,000.