DEI CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER/VP
The CDIO sets the U.S. DEI strategy and provides transformational leadership and direction for DEI across the U.S. enterprise; leads the practice and science of DEI and belonging, including the ability to facilitate crucial conversations and foster a culture of psychological safety and belonging; utilizes proven methodologies, data and programs to accomplish culture transformation and oversees the Diversity, Inclusion, Culture & Equity governance structure and flow of executive and business councils across the enterprise; partners with leadership in Sustainable Development and helps evolve strategies that address healthcare disparities and the social determinants of health.
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.
Under the direction of the CDO, The Deputy will direct and supervise the following: MTA’s Certification Program for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, filing of quarterly reports of Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises’ participation in MTA and its agencies’ procurement activities with New York State Department of Economic Development, filing of semi-annual reports of DBE participation in FTA procurement, etc.
The CDO will provide the Leadership to promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Wellness by developing programs to build literacy around DEI issues among faculty, staff, and students; leading programming and initiatives that increase interaction between students, staff, and faculty that aim to improve College climate; serving on committees representing the DEI program and participating in short-and long-term planning. The CDO works with the Associate Dean for DEI to develop materials (e.g., faculty search guidelines, guidance for candidates on diversity statements) to support the faculty search process.
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 Associate Director of Biosciences Diversity Programs (Student Services Officer 3) will provide leadership for diversity and inclusion focused initiatives within the Office of Graduate Education that meet the needs of diverse PhD and Masters students in the biosciences, and engage with partners within the School, across Stanford and externally to develop, identify, and disseminate best practices for fostering inclusion in graduate education. The Associate Director will also directly administer the Biosciences ADVANCE Summer, Academic Year, and Undergraduate Institutes
W.R. Grace & Co.
As Executive Vice President and US Head of DEI Advisory you’ll be joining a team of dedicated professionals who equally enjoy being at the forefront of business challenges and driving client results as much as they do working with each other. As the leader of a dynamic team, this person will contribute to the success of the practice, establish a vision for regional growth, and develop some of the field’s most seasoned DEI practitioners. They will need experience advising c-level clients and be able to practice consultative selling and win new business.
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.
CR’s new Associate Director of DEI Programs will be a critical supporter of the work ahead by 1) working with the Chief DEI Officer to assess where might there be opportunities to adjust principles, policies, and practices in line with the DEI mission and vision, and 2) collaborating with several internal stakeholders and external partners to support generative action planning and execution that make a positive difference in people’s experiences and in the enterprise impact.
The Director will be responsible for the ongoing development, execution, and enhancement of KPMG’s internal Supplier Diversity Program to align and integrate with KPMG’s overall diversity initiatives and firm objectives. Partner with the Chief Diversity Officer, sourcing category leads, strategic suppliers, and business leaders to raise the visibility of the Supplier Diversity program’s overall goals and objectives; champion and facilitate supplier diversity activities in sourcing, throughout the organization and externally
The Director, DEI - Talent Acquisition will serve a critical and integral role in creating and driving our diversity recruiting strategy in partnership with our recruiting and business unit leadership teams. As the Director, DEI - Talent Acquisition you will have proven experience of successfully managing others, as well as influencing large recruiting organizations through global strategies and scaling challenges. This is your opportunity to be at the core of helping us build a more representative global organization.
The DEI Director will establish the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). This newly created role will lead the long-term strategic planning and execution of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives across the organization. The Director will engage with leaders, staff, DEI committee leads, and union representatives across the organization to champion workforce strategies to develop, sustain, and evolve DEI within the organizational culture. They will use their expertise to create and implement actionable, sustainable, and measurable solutions to the organization's DEI priorities.
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 Director, Equity and Title IX Compliance has primary responsibility for leading the Office of Equity responses to incoming reports concerning students. Working with other leaders in the Office of Equity, the Director: works to respond to reports of discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct; leads outreach; consults on the annual review and revision of the Office’s policies, educational, and other resource materials; performs crisis response duties including evening and weekend hours; partners with the Senior Director, Equal Opportunity & Access, and other Office of Equity team members.
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.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A new position in support of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) on behalf of the MIT research community, the VPR departments, labs, and centers (DLCs), the postdoctoral community, and related areas. Will advise the vice president for research, lab directors, and others in the Office of the VPR on matters related to DEI; define strategic priorities and develop and implement policies to advance the area’s commitment to DEI; collaborate on the development and implementation of programs and activities to increase diversity and inclusivity in the VPR DLCs; provide leadership in recruitment and retention efforts for underrepresented staff, postdocs, and faculty; use qualitative and quantitative data to assess and advance the achievement of goals in the VPR DEI plan; identify, implement, and communicate evidence-based best practices to ensure long-term institutional excellence through DEI.
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 Public Theatre, NY
Reporting directly to and working in deep partnership with the Executive and Artistic Directors, this role will be the leading voice and advocate for commitments within and outside the organization, holding an executive-level position of influence and oversight of key activities related to The Public’s cultural transformation, anti-racism, belonging, and equity work. The Senior Director will manage a sizable budget to implement this work, including the option to hire additional staff.
This position will report to the Vice President, People, and Culture, and be a key driver of the (already established) Task Force on Equity and Inclusion 2.0; a key partner to the (already established) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council; and collaborator to the many affinity groups across the organization. A hybrid work arrangement is possible for this role, however, accessibility to the Washington, DC office is strongly preferred.
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.