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.

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  • 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

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Logo: South Wales Police

Logo: South Wales Police

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Cordinator, Scale PO1/2

Location: Police Headquarters, Bridgend

Salary: £31,995 rising to £36,525

Closing Date: 16/07/2019

The role: This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to join South Wales Police as the co-ordinator for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion community cohesion. Must have experience of building relationship with key stakeholders and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion across all communities. Working alongside our community to improve service delivery and stakeholder engagement.

This post is suitable for job share /part time working.

For more information, click here.

Logo: Royal Society of Chemistry

Logo: Royal Society of Chemistry

Inclusion and Diversity Coordinator

Location: Cambridge

Salary: £23,954 - £26,616 (full time equivalent) per annum plus benefits (pro rata)

Contract: Permanent, Part-Time

Closing date: 21/07/2019

The role: As our Inclusion and Diversity Coordinator, your responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting the day-to-day activities of the Inclusion and Diversity team

  • Assisting the team and supporting our network of volunteers

  • Providing support in organising the Inclusion and Diversity Committee meetings

  • Administering the Inclusion and Diversity Fund and the Grants for Carers

  • Undertaking casework for routine enquiries

  • Supporting other community initiatives and events planned and organised by the Inclusion and Diversity team

For more information about the role, click here.

Logo: NHS Dorset County Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust - Outstanding Care, Outstanding Careers

Logo: NHS Dorset County Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust - Outstanding Care, Outstanding Careers

Equality, Inclusion, and Health & Wellbeing Lead

Location: Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester

Salary: Pay Band 7

Contract: Permanent, Full Time

Closing date: 21/07/19

The role: In order to be successful in your application, you will possess experience in an ED&I role, with a breath of experience across the diversity remit. You will demonstrate exceptional communication, presentation and organisational skills with acute attention to detail and the ability to scrutinise and present data. As a successful ED&I lead you will be able to help us drive cultural change so that all of our staff can bring their whole authentic selves to work to be their best they can be so we can provide the best care for all of our patients to meet all their diverse needs. Most of all, you will have real passion for this crucial agenda.

For more information, click here.

Logo: The National Archives

Logo: The National Archives

Inclusion and Change Manager

Location: Kew, Richmond upon Thames, London, TW9 4DU

Salary: £36,000

Contract: Permanent (with Flexible working, Full-time, Job share, Part-time)

Closing date: 23/07/2019

The role: Are you passionate about inclusion with the skills and experience to make a difference to the archive sector in the UK? We are looking for an inclusion and change manager to work with archives across the UK to build partnerships and lead collaborative initiatives in support of an inclusive, representative and diverse archive sector.

The National Archives new strategic vision, Archives for Everyone, is committed to developing inclusive, entrepreneurial, disruptive archives that build trust and tear down barriers to access, participation and understanding. The inclusive archive will be bold and innovative, it will work with talent from diverse backgrounds to ensure archives are encountered by people and communities in unexpected places and at vital moments. 

For more information, click here.

Logo: St Mungo’s - Ending homelessness, Rebuilding lives

Logo: St Mungo’s - Ending homelessness, Rebuilding lives

Client Involvement and Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator

Location: London/with travel across London

Salary: £32,398 - £35,642 pa

Contract: Permanent, Full Time

Closing Date: 29/07/19

Interview and assessment date: 06/08/19

The role: This is a brand new role within St Mungo’s and is an opportunity to really make a difference in improving the lives of our clients and in promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in all of our work. You will work in partnership with our seven Staff Diversity Networks, our Diversity and Inclusion Allies, Client Involvement Lead Workers, managers and other key stakeholders to support, coach and advise them in their involvement and inclusion activities. You will develop communications, guidance and training sessions, maintain our intranet page and facilitate a range of events and forums.

For more information, click here.

Logo: Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust - a Keele University Teaching Trust

Logo: Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust - a Keele University Teaching Trust

Equality and Inclusion Advisor

Location: Stafford

Salary: Band 5

Contract: Permanent, Full Time (30 hours per week)

Closing date: 29/7/19

Interview Date: 13/08/19

The role: We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate and empowered individual to join our Equality and Inclusion Team to deliver the Trust’s Equality and Inclusion strategy and wider agenda. Closely supporting the Head of Equality and Inclusion you will be working collaboratively with senior leaders, workforce colleagues, and key stakeholders across the organisation and externally. Utilising both your internal and external networks, you will play a key role in managing a number of Equality work streams to further develop our culture for inclusion. The post is a 0.8WTE covering 30 hours per week. Some weekend work will be required to support engagement activities.

For more information, click here.

Logo: Surrey County Council

Logo: Surrey County Council

Diversity and Inclusion Lead - Reigate

Location: Reigate

Salary: £34,688 per annum

Contract: Permanent, Full Time

Closing date: 02/08/19

The role: We are looking for a talented individual to focus on supporting in the development and implementation of projects in line with the services' people and Inclusion strategies, ensuring maximum engagement and buy- in from internal and external stakeholders.

The role will require engaging with internal and external groups to develop and implement initiatives to promote SFRS as an employer of choice to individuals who are currently under-represented, ensuring a diverse and vibrant workforce that reflects our communities. 

You will be working as part of the wider HR and Organisational Development Programme which focuses on the delivery of projects in line with the Service's People and Inclusion Strategies.

For more information, click here.

Logo: Cabinet Office

Logo: Cabinet Office

Director, Civil Service Diversity and Inclusion

Location: London

Salary: circa £110,000 per annum

Contract: Permanent, Full Time (Flexible working and Job share options available)

Closing date: 04/08/19

The role: The Director, Civil Service Diversity and Inclusion will work closely with these teams as well as with a network of Diversity Champions to drive strategy implementation and provide creative solutions to the challenges ahead. For the right applicant, this will be a unique opportunity to apply your expertise at the heart of Government.

The successful candidate will own and deliver our refreshed plan for both Diversity and Inclusion in the Civil Service, combining our long-term strategic objectives with the implementation of immediate priorities. You will lead a team of c. 20 staff, including three deputy directors to drive excellent practice across Government. Alongside Employee Networks and external partners, you will work to build an inclusive culture for everyone, no matter what their background.

For more information, click here.

Logo: West Midlands Police

Logo: West Midlands Police

Diversity & Inclusion Manager

Location: Birmingham

Salary: £46,809 to £53,322

Closing Date: 06/08/19

The role: We are looking for a Diversity and Inclusion Manager who has the confidence, passion and skills to develop and promote the diversity and inclusion agenda across the West Midlands Police force.

Whilst being a proven advocate and effective influencer, you will develop and support the delivery of the D&I strategy and a range of innovative initiatives to embed diversity and inclusion across all roles and levels across the force. You will engage, advise and collaborate with key stakeholders, both internally and externally to drive the diversity and inclusion agenda which underpins WMP2020 workforce vision and values, and the People Deal.

For more information about the role, click here.

Logo: Kainos

Logo: Kainos

Diversity & Inclusion Lead

Location: Birmingham and Belfast

Closing Date: 06/08/19

The role: Kainos is committed to Diversity and Inclusion and the D&I Lead is an exciting new role which will underpin our diversity agendas making sure they are successfully realised in tandem with businesses objectives. Understanding and applying external trends to Kainos in a meaningful way will be a key part of this role so that progress and success can be tracked.

For more information, click here.

Logo: Landsec

Logo: Landsec

Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Location: London

Contract: Full Time

The role: Landsec is at the start of a journey to becoming a truly inclusive employer, this role provides an inspirational approach to achieving that goal. This role will scope and lead the strategy to achieve this cultural change through influential and credible senior stakeholder management. To provide advice and direction at all levels of the organisation on strategies to achieve our diversity targets. Coach the senior team to create a truly inclusive culture whilst practically working alongside the variety of networks across Landsec to integrate their aspirations in the overall Landsec diversity strategy.

For more information about the role, click here.


Logo: CBRE

Logo: CBRE

Diversity & Inclusion/Corporate Responsibility Manager

Location: London

Contract: Full Time

The role: Responsible for supporting the development, management and effective implementation of our community investment programme across CBRE UK.  In particular our flagship charity partnerships but also wider community programmes.

Experience of CR in practice, particularly in the management of flagship communities and charity partnerships is essential. The role will support our objective to engage, connect and inspire employees, and manage a complex matrix of stakeholders as expected in any professional services organisation. The ideal candidate will have experience of creating innovative campaigns which bring teams together and enhance CBRE’s reputation as a responsible business and an employer of choice for top talent.

For more information, click here.

Logo: Culture Trip

Logo: Culture Trip

Diversity & Inclusion Manager

Location: London

Contract: Full-Time

The role: We are looking for a Diversity & Inclusion Manager who can play a pivotal role in the continued implementation of our D&I strategy. Working in our People team, you will take the existing D&I strategy and initiatives we have developed and continue to implement and embed an inclusive culture.

You will also work on increasing the diversity of our workforce and leverage the diversity in our freelance community, ensuring it is balanced and representative. You will work across all teams and levels of seniority, to drive the importance and execution of our strategy and maintain our inclusive culture. You will cultivate a culture of belonging across our diverse workforce, working to retain and attract talent. You should be highly passionate about architecting impactful diversity and inclusion projects, as well as cultivating high-performing teams.

For more information, click here.

Logo: Inclusive Employers

Logo: Inclusive Employers

Level 6 Certification in Inclusion and Diversity

Ready for a new challenge? If you:

  • would love to be able to show your credentials in creating inclusive and diverse workplaces and cultures

  • want to heighten the profile of the profession

  • are ready to expand your mind and outlook

We are launching a new leadership programme, specifically designed for diversity, inclusion and organisational development professionals. 

For more information, click here