DEI CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER/VP
National Council for Mental Wellbeing
The CDO is a newly created position and a member of the SLT responsible for working across the National Council to create an organization-wide strategy and road map to embed DEIB into every aspect of the National Council’s mission, work, and culture.
The CDO will create a compelling, inspiring DEIB vision through executive-level vision, influence, and voice. To make the National Council more diverse, inclusive, and equitable, the CDO will work with the CEO, staff, senior leaders, and Board on programmatic innovation and membership engagement.
Salary starts at $290,000 with a final offer based on professional experience and internal equity, also bonuses and benefits.
Directs and controls strategy and execution or the organizations activities within the sub function or major business area managed. Key member of the management team representing the organization in dealings with clients and external bodies. Seasoned leader with extensive business experience, broad and deep functional expertise and significant product knowledge. Primary focus of role is on proactive strategic leadership rather than day to day operational execution, although the role includes significant operational responsibilities.
The Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer reports to the ACLU’s Deputy Executive Director for Strategy & Culture, working closely with the Executive Director and the entire senior leadership team. The CEIO will be responsible for fully developing, articulating, and implementing a vision and strategy for the organization’s EDIB work. This position will have the unique opportunity to develop and execute programs and systems that bring the ACLU’s most important principles to life. This role works with every leader and department in the organization ensuring that all of our teams, managers, leaders, and staff at all levels have a universal experience of equity, inclusion, and belonging.
The annual salary for this position is $337,366 (Level A).
Illinois Wesleyan University invites applicants and nominations for a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO). The CDO will report to the President of the University and sit on the President's Cabinet. They will be a part of making decisions about the direction and vision of the institution with regard to practices of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and help to ensure that Illinois Wesleyan is the most welcoming possible space to people from all backgrounds.
State University of NY
The CDO is responsible for all aspects of promoting and advancing DEI goals and objectives; primarily, the creation of a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. The CDO oversees and develops the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity and recommends initiatives, programs, and services targeted toward enhancing the recruitment and retention of faculty, staff, and students from diverse and under-represented populations. The CDO also serves as Affirmative Action Officer and Deputy Title IX Coordinator and has the authority, resources, support of, and access to senior leadership.
The next vpwill assist the senior vp and chief student experience officer in managing a $60 million division portfolio and supporting 498 full-time staff in a suite of units that welcome and acclimate students to campus. The Vice President oversees the Intercultural Collective, Center for International Services, and New Student Programs. The position will collaborate directly with other university partners to promote student inclusion and success as the division's thought leader on DEIA best practices.
W.R. Grace & Co.
Nike has committed $1B with diverse suppliers by 2025 - you will be working on this dedication as a cornerstone of your daily activities. Focusing on three core aspects: Fueling Demand (growing awareness and interest) driving access and development, and establishing internal structure (policy, procedures, tools, team). Responsible for shaping the strategy. Reports to Sr Director, Procurement Program as part of a global team and manages a team responsible for advancing the business D&I program. You will craft awareness of the program and the value of diverse suppliers.
Reporting to the Chief People Officer, the Global Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will work closely with the firm’s leadership and colleagues to execute the firm-wide DEI vision. The ideal candidate will have experience building effective multi-year DEI strategies, as well as strong program and project management skills focused on outcomes. The successful candidate will also be required to represent the firm to the community, including through participation in outside organizations and at external events.
The anticipated base salary for this position is $113,500 to $195,000.
As the Senior Director of Diversity Equity & Inclusion you will be instrumental in serving as a consultative and strategic partner in the planning, development, implementation, and administration of DEI strategies, programs, and policies that align with the Company’s strategic business initiatives. Collaborate with the CEO and CHRO to identify gaps to shape strategies and ensure that Team Members, Customers, Communities, and our Suppliers experience an inclusive culture every day. Oversee strategic initiatives and programs aimed at attracting, developing, engaging, retaining, and advancing a diverse workforce. Be a Strategic Advisor to business leaders, HRBPs and the Recruiting team by serving as a subject matter expert and thought leader on DEI best practices.
The Director, DE&I is responsible for championing, developing, executing, and overseeing the advancement of Starcom’s DE&I strategy program, and initiatives. Role includes being an engaged partner with Starcom’s CEO, Executive Team, Talent Team, DEI council Belonging Advisory Board (BAB). This individual will also own the continued vision and strategic plan that fosters DEIB within the organization. Serves as the organizational leader in the company to drive development, implementation and integration of best practices, resources, and trends, with the intent of nurturing DEI, and cultural proficiency. Serve as Starcom’s spokesperson on matters related to DEI, and will collaborate to drive accountability throughout the organization, with the shared goal of supporting a culture of belonging, by leveraging diverse backgrounds, and highlighting perspectives of all employees.
Compensation range: $115,500-18,500 annually.
As Executive Director, DE&I, you will lead a team to ensure our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is reflected in our business processes, workforce programs, and community initiatives within the retail business unit. You will set direction and collaborate and influence senior leaders on diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies. You will provide expertise for the continuous improvement and measurable results of the retail business unit and company-wide DE&I strategies and objectives. The Executive Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion reports to the Chief Diversity Officer.
Pay Range $131,500-$297,250
|The Director for Diversity Initiatives for the Division of Enrollment Management is responsible for supporting the Division of Enrollment Management by providing leadership, strategy, and direction as related to recruiting diverse and inclusive communities that promotes equity. Establishes opportunities for learning, promoting a sense of belonging and inclusiveness throughout the division of Enrollment Management. Translates the division’s Strategy for Tomorrow plan into actionable items that will achieve plan goals. Counsels leadership and represents the division on equity, diversity, and inclusion matters.|
Oversees the implementation of the CUNY's Affirmative Action Policy
and is responsible for the Office of Diversity & Compliance, as well as the creation of diversity and compliance programs, activities, and initiatives designed to foster a climate that encourages respect for diversity. Oversees search committees in the implementation of Affirmative Action program regulations, directs search committees regarding recruitment efforts for a diverse faculty and staff, interprets information on under-utilization for relevant constituencies, reviews recruitment documentation, and monitors employee recruitment and selection to ensure compliance with EEO/ AAP policies and plan. Collaborates with key areas on campus in both diversity issues and complex faculty-related issues and/or grievances.
The Pennsylvania State University and the Division of Development and Alumni Relations (DDAR) are pleased to announce a search for an experienced, innovative, and passionate leader to serve as Associate Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for DDAR. DDAR has long been committed to advancing diversity and inclusion at Penn State. With the establishment of one of the first positions dedicated to focusing on matters of equity and justice for advancement staff at the University, DDAR has continually led the way on addressing issues of belonging and inclusion for DDAR staff as well as its donors, volunteers, and partners across the University system.
William & Mary
Recruitment, hiring, and retention of talented and diverse staff, strategic planning, retention & training initiatives, fostering a community and culture that values and prioritizes DIB.
The Director and Professor of Practice for Equity and Inclusive Excellence supports the implementation and adaptation of diversity, equity, and inclusion policy, practices, and procedures within the College of Agriculture and the College of Forestry, Wildlife, and Environment.
The Director is responsible for the design, delivery, and assessment of a comprehensive, evidence-based, college-specific DEI strategy in support of the ongoing progress of institutional DEI and inclusive excellence goals. The Director will align the colleges’ priorities with the University’s strategic vision for undergraduate and graduate student, faculty, and staff development of critical DEI awareness, behaviors, skills, and competencies that facilitate personal and professional growth and development.
DIRECTOR: NOT FOR PROFIT/NGO
The AA/B Strategy Director is responsible for providing strategic guidance to the Vice President, Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in the planning and execution of the national strategy. Ensures alignment with advancing the overall vision, mission, and integration with strategic and operational plans. Supports the development of the AA/B audience plan to include establishing goals, strategies, and measurable outcomes. Ensures accountability for the ownership and integration of strategic goals. Executes strategic collaborations with community and partner organizations. Serves in a consultative role for growing impact, relevance, and community engagement. A key thought leader and spokesperson about strategies and initiatives. Manages day-to-day budgetary allocations within the guidance of the Vice President.
Greater Chicago Food Depository
The Director of JEDI serves as a collaborative leader who has primary responsibility for developing and implementing the JEDI strategic plan for the Greater Chicago Food Depository in alignment with our mission and values. This role will develop, implement, and monitor programs that promote JEDI principles within the organization. The Director will also develop training and initiatives to create and foster an open and inclusive environment.
This purpose of this position is to lead and grow the next phase of equity work across the OYF national network. This role will guide the investment in, and expansion of system change, and program-level interventions aimed at centering belonging, meaning, wellbeing and purpose into opportunity youth serving efforts. This position will also help to identify and spur the adoption of BMWP strategies across the national network and broader field leading to systemic changes.
Salary is $160,000 - $180,000 per year.