DandI Jobs is the place to find your new job as a Diversity and Inclusion professional. If you are looking to move organisation, find a new challenge or just starting out, here are all the jobs currently listed as open for applications. 

If you have any questions about the jobs please contact the organisation directly.

Other opportunities - Are you looking for:

  • Job share partner
  • A D and I project in another organisation to enhance your experience
  • A temporary job swap opportunity (secondment)
  • Someone to undertake a D and I project
  • Opportunities to participate in research

Let us know and we will try to help using our extensive networks within the profession.

If you would like to list a job on this site please email: dandijobs@inclusiveemployers.co.uk

 
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Senior Inclusion and Diversity Consultant

Location: London

Contract Type: Although this is a full time post and is based in central London (Waterloo), Inclusive Employers will consider part time/job share applications.

Salary: £35-£45,000 pa.

The role: To help grow Inclusive Employers through the provision of high quality member support, training and consultancy. This will include providing expertise, building relationships with members and clients, innovating and driving the adoption of best practice, generating income through identifying business opportunities and inspiring others through engagement with thought leadership programmes. For a full description of key skill areas and responsibilities, please view the full job description by clicking the link below. 

Closing Date: Close of business on 05/02/18

To find out more about the role: click here.

 

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Global Inclusion Partner

Location: London

Contract type: Full Time

The role: As Global Inclusion Partner, you will project manage various areas of practice, support the preparation of  regular reports for Global Council, GE and PLC Board to provide evidence based insight to show issues, provide benchmarking and illustrate progress. You will work with a diverse range of global stakeholders in developing and delivering the Aviva’s approach to inclusion, ensuring alignment with the global strategy. 

You will also develop relationships with diversity organisations and our strategic partners, define outreach strategies and leverage relationships to build the employer brand and collaborate to learn.

To find out more about the role: click here.

 

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Diversity and Inclusion Lead

Location: London

Salary: £46,897 to £54,983 PA inc. HCAS

The role: The Diversity and Inclusion Lead has the remit to develop and communicate a compelling Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy for the Trust.

This is an exciting opportunity and we are looking for someone who can demonstrate their genuine enthusiasm and commitment to take this agenda forward. Your experience of working with relevant local and national networks, excellent communication skills, ability to work collaboratively, build effective relationships will influence the achievement of strategic priorities.
 

To find out more about the role: click here.

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Location: Lancaster

Salary: £41,212 to £47,722

The role: Acting as the custodian of the University’s Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) vision and strategy, you will proactively channel your passion for EDI to motivate and inspire others to think strategically on these matters. You will gain credibility quickly through your specialist knowledge and expertise, understanding of the Higher Education sector, continual horizon scanning keeping abreast of relevant legislation & initiatives, and creativity to develop innovative, yet practical and impactful solutions. A real advocate for change, you take your responsibility for the University’s engagement with equality charters and kite marks seriously, and have the ability to challenge the status quo and stimulate others to embrace EDI, turning thinking into action! 

Closing Date: 30/01/18

To find out more about the role: click here.

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Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Location: University House, Birmingham

Contract type: Permanent

Salary: £57,065 to £62,027 per annum 

The role: The Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion will lead a small team to develop and communicate a compelling Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy for the University

Closing Date: 02/02/18

To find out more about the role: click here.

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Access and Inclusion Programmes Manager

Location: London

Contract type: Part Time (0.8 FTE/28.8 hours per week over 4 days), Fixed Term Contract 3.5 years

Salary: £34,319 - £37,347 per annum.

The role: Highly organised with prior experience of working on access and inclusion programmes within the cultural and/or educational sector, you’ll plan and deliver an exciting new programme of events, workshops and projects inspired by the British Library’s collections.  

Closing date: 21/01/18 at midday.

To find out more about the role: click here.

 

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Inclusion and Community Engagement Manager

Location: Manchester

Contract type: Permanent, Flexible working, Full-time, Job share, Part-time

The role: As Inclusion and Community Engagement Manager for your Area, you will play a pivotal role in addressing issues ranging from equality, inclusion and diversity though to casework quality. We will look to you to develop our public confidence and inclusion strategy at a local level, which will include legislative compliance and a mainstreaming approach. Crucially, you will provide the advice, guidance, challenge and support necessary to make sure it is delivered.

Salary: £34,263 - £41,085

Closing date: 26/01/18

To find out more about the role: click here.

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Faith and Belief Project Officer

Location: Homebased/Macclesfield/London 

Contract Type: Permanent, full-time or open to considering requests for job-share or part-time working.

Salary:  £29,029 (+£3,405 ILW if based in London)

The role: You will be responsible for providing advice and guidance to students’ unions in implementing best practice to accommodate the needs of staff and students of faith and belief and to promote positive interfaith relations. As a key member of the Race Equity and Inclusion Team, you will lead on developing resources, informing training and supporting and advising students’ unions and the NUS group on student and workplace faith and belief topics. You will also provide advice and support the delivery of projects to tackle institutional racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.

To find out more about the role: click here.

 

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