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We have vacancies for the following roles:
Writers, HR / Equality and Diversity Facilitators
We are always looking for bloggers, writers, HR / Equality and Diversity advisors / trainers to assist with the delivery of our packed program.
If interested send in your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Inclusion and Diversity Consultant
Established in May 2011, Inclusive Employers is the UK's first and leading membership organisation for employers looking to build inclusive workplaces. We offer consultancy, training and thought leadership, to help our members and clients make inclusion an everyday reality in their workplace.
Working with a variety of organisations in the public, private and third sectors, we provide bespoke initiatives to help build inclusive cultures.
We are a growing and innovative consultancy and to help us achieve our ambitious business goals we are recruiting a Senior Consultant to join our small collaborative team.
Although this is a full time post and is based in central London (Waterloo), we will consider part time/job share applications.
To help grow Inclusive Employers through the provision of high quality member support, training and consultancy.
Salary: £35,000 - £45,000
Key activities include:
Provide comprehensive, specialist and practical Inclusion and Diversity expertise, advice and solutions, strategic, tactical and operational, to employers across different sectors. Demonstrate a sound knowledge of employment processes such as recruitment, performance management and Employment Tribunals, and a thorough understanding of the Equality Act and relevant case law.
Develop and nurture close relationships with members and clients from all sectors, based on a clear understanding of their business or service issues. Work effectively as a member of a small team.
Develop and deliver learning interventions:
A key part of the role, to write and deliver a wide range of training, learning and development interventions with an engaging, informative and convincing style to a wide range of audiences.
Develop and drive the adoption of best practice to build and sustain employee inclusion. Contribute to and develop new campaign activity for example in relation to National Inclusion Week.
Identify new membership and business opportunities and services to enhance our offering to clients and widen our membership.
Participate in high profile, national research and development activity including thought leadership programmes.
Key skill areas include:
The ideal candidate will have evidence to show their ability and success in most of the following areas:
- Strong relationship management skills (able to develop and maintain relationships with a range of clients/sectors)
- Experience of influencing senior stakeholders
- Delivering inclusion and diversity solutions or strategies within complex organisations
- HR expertise and knowledge of employment issues
- Knowledge and application of employment law and best employment practice
- Comfortable and successful in a targets based environment.
- Ability to act as an ambassador for Inclusive Employers
- Highly developed presentation and communication skills including clear and concise written reports
- Professional and credible verbal and written communication style
- Analysis, interpretation and presentation of complex issues and data clearly and persuasively
- Engaging and challenging managers and colleagues constructively
- Management of projects
- Collaboration with partners on joint work
- Experience of culture / change programmes
- Experience of submitting (and winning) bids and tenders
Desirable - Level 6 CMI Accredited Inclusion and Diversity Programme
You must be able to deliver training and consultancy UK wide where necessary.
For more information about our business please go to www.inclusiveemployers.co.uk
For more information about this vacancy or to apply, please contact Charlotte at email@example.com Please do not make direct contact with other members of our team at this stage.
We intend to “blind shortlist” so our decisions will be made without knowledge of your name, gender or other potential bias triggers.
Please send us two copies of both your CV and covering letter (but remove your name and address from one of the copies).
This means we should receive a CV and covering letter with your name and address and a second (otherwise identical copy) without those details. We cannot consider applications that are not submitted in this format.
Closing date: The closing date has been extended to Close of Business on Monday 9th July.
Applicants should monitor updates on this site for further details on interview dates.
Shortlisting date: We will be shortlisting on Monday 9th July.
Successful applicants will be notified the following day by email. The selection day will take place at our offices in London on Tuesday 17th July, and on that day candidates should expect to be with us for about 2 hours.