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. 

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Equality and Diversity Manager

Location: London 

The role: is to provide strategic and operational HR service that will contribute to the Universities commitment to developing, rewarding and valuing staff. The HR department will support the University's core business through effective HR interventions and implementation of processes which underpin City's research, education and learning and other corporate strategies. The main focus of the role will be to work with the University Equality Committee to lead on the future strategic development (employment) of equality diversity and Inclusion (EDI) within the University, working with all stakeholders to raise awareness and the profile of EDI.

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Senior Inclusion & Diversity Manager

Location: London

The role: The Inclusion & Diversity Senior Manager role is an essential component of our strategy and one that is central to us delivering on our commitment to have a positive impact on society. The ideal candidate will have experience of working in the Inclusion & Diversity field, ideally within a professional services environment. 

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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.

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Inclusion and Diversity Manager 

Location: London

The role: This role reports into the Global Talent Director. The Inclusion and Diversity Manager is expected to lead the agenda globally; building relationships across the organization to drive change and commitment and to Inclusion and Diversity initiatives and to play an active role within the Talent & OE team, engaging on the global agenda and contributing to broader business outcomes.

The role will work with a number of senior stakeholders including market GMs and HRDs and will have high visibility in terms of the work generated with the Diageo Exec.  The position derives its success from its ability to effectively link culture, inclusion and diversity strategies to business goals, champion the value of inclusion and diversity, provide practical approaches to ‘operationalize’ inclusion and diversity strategies and be a collaborative and knowledgeable thought partner.

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Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Location: London

Contract type: Full Time, Fixed Term Contract (12 months)

The role: The diversity and inclusion agenda is a key priority for ITV and the role of the Diversity and Inclusion manager will be to collaborate with HR and the business to ensure the successful implementation of the divisional diversity agendas, in line with the overall strategic objectives of diversity and inclusion. The role will work closely with the HR teams to provide the relevant diversity and inclusion processes, tools and best practice required to embed the overall ITV Diversity and inclusion strategy.

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Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Location: Newbury

The role: To lead and implement the engagement, diversity and inclusion agenda across Vodafone UK. Accountable for delivering key initiatives both internally and externally, in an environment that has a real appetite for change. Working with key stakeholders to ensure all aspects of the employee lifecycle represent the diversity and inclusion plans for the UK. Work alongside Government Affairs to ensure Vodafone is at the forefront of D&I in the UK.

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Diversity, Corporate Social Responsibility and Culture Manager

Location: London

The role: To lead the global Diversity, Inclusion and Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives and the cultural initiatives to support ambitious 2020 growth plans. 

This role will report to the global HR Leader and is part of the BearingPoint global HR team. 

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Inclusion Advisor

Location: Rochdale

Contract type: 36.25 hours a week, Permanent

Salary: £19,048-£22,212

The role: Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) is currently seeking an Inclusion Officer to join our newly formed Business Improvement team based in Rochdale. The purpose of this role is to ensure that all business change is focussed on achieving excellence in customer service and is informed by the diverse needs and aspirations of our customers and employees. 

Within this role your responsibilities will include developing monitoring which evidences compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements in respect of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I); researching guidance, legislation and good practice in relation to ED&I ensuring that it is transferred into operational practice which improves service delivery; representing the organisation on working groups / forums relating to ED&I and facilitating partnership working with other agencies where necessary. 

Closing Date: 29/11/17

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Equality, Diversity and Engagement Analyst

Location: London

Contract type: Full time, permanent - open to flexible working arrangements 

Salary: £34,714 - £40,999 per annum including London Weighting

The role: We are looking for an EDI and Engagement Analyst to support the University’s equality, diversity and engagement agendas through the provision of workforce information, reporting and analysis. This role will be instrumental to the University’s equality charter mark applications and other commitments including Athena SWAN, the University’s equality and diversity strategy, equality monitoring and gender pay reporting.

Closing Date: 08/12/17

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Accessibility and Inclusion Manager

The role: To ensure customers with disabilities and other associated stakeholders receive excellent customer service from South Western Railway.

To ensure compliance with all legislation relating to disabled access and achievement of franchise accessibility commitments.

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Equality and Diversity Manager

Location: London

Contract type: Full time, Fixed Contract (18 Months) 

Salary: Full time starting salary between £26,495 to £28,936. With potential progression once in post to £32,548 a year.

The role: The Equality and Diversity Officer for Students will play a key role in supporting the equality and diversity work across the University aimed at promoting an inclusive environment for students. This involves developing and implementing projects as identified in the University’s current Equality Scheme and will undertake work under the direction of the Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor (DPVC) for Equalities and the Equality and Diversity Adviser for Students.

The post holder will engage, and work closely with relevant staff posts, including key colleagues from Student Services and across the University such as the Human Resources Equality and Diversity Advisers, relevant student groups, and the Guild of Students.

Closing Date: 11/12/17

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