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.
Frost Brown Todd LLP
Frost Brown Todd LLP, a national law firm with 1000+ legal and business professionals in sixteen markets, is currently seeking an experienced Chief Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Belonging Officer to join our firm. This position is responsible for the implementation of the firm’s inclusion, diversity, equity and belonging strategic plan and goals.
JP Morgan Chase & Co
The CIB Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Advisor will be responsible for implementing DEI initiatives and best practices tailored to the needs of the CIB. This role will work with the firmwide Diversity, Equity & Inclusion function, CIB senior business leaders and CIB HR to support line of business DEI priorities, including metrics & accountability, engagement, communications, diversity and inclusion training, consulting and employee diversity networks. The CIB DEI Advisor will be part of the CIB DEI team, reporting to the Head of CIB DEI and Firmwide Employee DEI.
Base Annual Pay Range: New York, NY $142,500.00-$235,000.00; Jersey City, NJ $142,500.00-$235,000.00
The City University of New York
Reporting directly to the President or designee, the CDO serves as an executive-level strategist and partners with campus leaders, faculty, staff and students to provide counsel and leadership on compliance matters involving Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), sexual harassment, recruitment and hiring, accommodation requests, affirmative action and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). The CDO oversees and conducts all investigations in compliance with the requirements of Title IX and EEO. The CDO conducts thorough and impartial investigations related to all discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims.
Salary - $111,560-$141,858
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.
Debevoise & Plimpton
Will work closely with the Director of Global DE&I to drive a strategy informed by data and insights, while having responsibility for helping to manage and coordinate the Firm’s D&I activity, focusing primarily on the lawyer population, across all offices of the Firm. Will be integral in forging relationships with attorneys throughout the Firm and will engage regularly with the Firm’s Diversity Committee, members of the Firm’s affinity groups, and other professionals in business operations.
Starting Salary Range: $200,000 - $230,000 (p/year)
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.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
JPMorgan Chase is looking for an experienced communications professional to lead internal communications for the firm’s Community Impact organization, which sits within the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion organization. This work supports the firm’s $30 billion commitment to help close the racial wealth gap. The team member will lead and execute internal communications plans, foster relationships with key leaders driving this work, and work across lines of business and regions across the U.S.
Base Pay Salary: $109,250 - $180,000
Serve as Lead and liaison for Guardian’s ERGs in providing ongoing guidance on governance and alignment with the organizational strategic priorities though ongoing discussions, bi-Annual ERG summits and active engagement with ERG Leaders & Executive Sponsors.
This role requires a collaborative leader who is comfortable interacting and partnering with colleagues at all levels. The ability to influence actions and outcomes, often without authority, is essential to the success of this role given its impact both within the Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion team as well as more broadly across the entire enterprise.
Salary Range $126,970 - $208,600
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.
Seeking a Director of DE&I to work on a hybrid schedule in any of our US offices (Austin; Boston; Boulder; Los Angeles; New York; Palo Alto; Salt Lake City; San Diego; San Francisco; Seattle; Washington, DC; Wilmington), with occasional travel opportunities. Reports to the Chief Professional Development, Engagement, and Inclusion Officer. Works closely with the firm’s DEIC, firm management, department and practice group leadership, talent management committees, and stakeholders to develop DEI strategy and initiatives. Manage a team of two and collaborate with the broader professional development team.
Salary based on location: $156,400 to $264,500
|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 City University of New York
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS $96.606 - $104,057
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
The role involves leading and developing program coordinators, working with key stakeholders to develop diversity and inclusion initiatives. Participates in professional societies to share knowledge and innovate SOM activities. Prepares presentations and reports on program impact, evaluates current state, and manages resources. Liaisons with the SOM Communications Office optimize website content and interactive resources. The role also serves as a liaison to the Emory University Office of Equity and Inclusion and to the CDIO and Emory University Office of Equity and Inclusion.
Colorado State University
Reports to the AVP for Inclusive Excellence. This position shares in the fulfillment of the mission and purpose of the Office for Inclusive Excellence (OIE) to create an environment where all members of the CSU community feel welcomed, valued, and affirmed. Primarily in person, opportunity for 20% remote work is possible. Director will work collaboratively to facilitate DEI training programs, develop new training programs, conduct assessments of DEI training related efforts, oversee educational programs, and supervise Assist Dir for DEI Education.
Proposed Annual Salary $90,000 - $95,000
DIRECTOR: NOT FOR PROFIT/NGO
American Cancer Society
Reports to the SVP, CDO. This pivotal role is responsible for defining, executing, evaluating, and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) strategies, insights, and innovations for ACS that create meaningful change. The selected candidate will work closely with and provide support to the Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer in building high-profile internal and external collaborations, relationships, programs, and strategies that promote diversity, equity, inclusion and align with the ACS's overarching mission, goals, and objectives.
Starting Range is $155,000–$194,000.
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.