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SIETAR USA is happy to offer a job board for both prospective employees and organizations searching for talented interculturalists. View current job openings across all intercultural environments and professions, including: business and industry, consulting, training, K-12 and higher education, counseling and all aspects of the media and arts.

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  • 02 Jan 2021 4:12 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    About the Job
    The Assessment Associate, Spanish & English will support the creation of engaging assessments for Newsela’s content, and will help drive the quality and diversity of ways in which educators can track and build upon their students’ learning. In this role, you will contribute to the design of ELA assessments, give feedback to freelance contributors on how to build out exceptional assessments, and conduct research and analysis to ensure our assessments are consistent and aligned to best practices. You will research ELA assessments (best practices, efficacy, and shifting state standards) to contribute to informed decisions about assessment development, in addition to establishing and tracking quality metrics. You’ll also help ensure that our ELA assessments have Spanish counterparts, and will lead the charge in evaluating and editing assessments in Spanish.

    About Newsela
    One of the fastest growing tech companies in K-12 education, Newsela was founded on the principle that while every child may have unique learning preferences, they all deserve a rich learning experience that ignites a love of learning. We built our platform based on learning science research to deliver the most engaging, authentic content to modernize how teaching happens in the classroom. Along with interactive assessments and tools, we provide teachers with digital content at five reading levels -- from +100 of the best sources -- that is relevant to the diverse backgrounds and interests of their students. Since we started in 2013, we’ve established a presence in 90% of U.S. K-12 schools and over 2.5M teachers and 37M students have registered with Newsela.

    For more information and to apply: LinkedIn post

  • 02 Jan 2021 4:08 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Reporting to the Vice President of SMASH Academy, the National Director of Curriculum and Instruction (NDCI) will be responsible for sustaining and improving the transformative educational experience that SMASH Scholars need to pursue STEM and CS majors at selective colleges. In this role, the NDCI will lead and direct a national team of 3 direct reports and over 150 seasonal staff at SMASH sites across the nation. The NDCI provides leadership, vision and strategic direction for SMASH curriculum, facilitation, assessment and training for all facilitators and supervises academic performance of the 800+ scholars served. With SMASH’s current strategy and computer science focus, this person will be critical to the continued innovation and scaling of SMASH curriculum and placing it squarely on the map of national models. SMASH continues to rapidly expand, with plans to grow significantly between 2020 and 2021. The NDCI will oversee the curriculum readiness for SMASH expansion and ensure that the program maintains a high level of operational and academic excellence as it scales.

    This position requires thinking outside of the box and managing details while keeping the big picture in mind. As we are a national program, you will be supporting the alignment of practices for sites at all our locations.

    ABOUT SMASH
    Founded in 2001, SMASH (www.SMASH.org) is an Oakland-based nonprofit organization that operates the Summer Math and Science Honors Academy (SMASH), a year-round STEM-focused academic program that serves underrepresented high school students. In tandem, SMASH conducts research examining inequity in access and opportunity across K-12, higher education, and workplace contexts in order to improve the outcomes for underrepresented students in STEM fields.

    For more information and to apply: LinkedIn post

  • 02 Jan 2021 4:01 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    PART-TIME INTERCULTURAL/INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INSTRUCTOR

    For more information and to apply: LinkedIn post

    Foothill-De Anza Community College District is establishing a pool of qualified applicants for this position. Applications will be accepted continuously until otherwise noted. Applications will remain on file for two years from date received or last submitted.

    Duties And Responsibilities Of The Position Include

    • Standard duties expected of all part-time faculty include the performance of instructional, counselor, or librarian duties as assigned; evaluation and assessment of student work; and timely submission of grades. In addition, part-time faculty are expected to participate in the assessment of their performance, including administrative and student evaluations. Part-time faculty may also have opportunities to participate in various campus and staff development activities and are encouraged to be involved in the larger College or District community. Part-time faculty may be eligible to receive additional pay for office hours, additional assignments, and professional development events.
    • Teach intercultural/international studies in one or more of the following areas: African Studies, African-American Studies, Native American Studies, Asian Studies, Asian-American Studies, Intercultural Studies, Chicano Studies, Latin American Studies.

    Salary Range
    Actual placement is based on applicant’s verified education and experience. For the complete Faculty Salary Schedule, go to: http://hr.fhda.edu/_faculty-information.html

    Application Process
    To be considered for this pool, you must submit an on-line application packet with the following items:
    • A District on-line application at http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/. In the application, you will provide information, which demonstrates your understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
    • A current resume of all work experience, formal education and training.
    • A cover letter addressing the preferred qualifications for the position.
    If any required application materials are omitted, the committee will not review your application materials.



  • 02 Jan 2021 3:52 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    LinkedIn • Sunnyvale, CA
    Full Time • Human Resources
    For more details and to apply: LinkedIn

    About the job

    Searching for your dream job? At LinkedIn, we strive to help our employees find passion and purpose. Join us in changing the way the world works.  

    The L&D Partner for DIBs will be a part of LinkedIn Learning and Development’s portfolio of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIBs) programs. For the first two quarters in role, your priority is to facilitate sessions and provide program support on the rapid scaling of LinkedIn’s internal inclusive leadership workshops in FY 2021. Building on your focused initial partnership on the inclusive leadership initiative, you will become a key part of bringing to fruition L&D’s DIBs vision of continuous learning that creates an environment of inclusion and belonging for all employees. 


    Responsibilities:

    Day 1 to 6 months in Role: In addition to co-facilitating at least one of the inclusive leadership sessions per week, you will execute on the global scaling strategy for the inclusive leadership program, facilitate or co-facilitate other L&D DIBs programs, and occasionally consult on DIBs content or learning design opportunities with L&D or Global Talent Organization colleagues and business leaders. You will also build key relationships across the business in support of future strategic initiatives.  

    Beyond 6 months in Role: You will take more ownership of L&D DIBs programs and continue to facilitate in the inclusive leadership program. Your ongoing work will focus on informing and executing L&D’s approach to directly developing and growing employees from underrepresented backgrounds, including the infusion of DIBs into L&D programs. Through strong relationships with L&D teammates and the central DIBs team, you will scale, adapt, and create learning opportunities that allow underrepresented talent to thrive.  

    Required Qualifications: 

    • BA/BS degree in related field or equivalent experience 
    • 6+ years of experience in Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIBs), learning & development, or related field 

    Preferred Qualifications: 

    • Experience designing and facilitating training programs for a large, global organization, with a focus on Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIBs) 
    • Experience developing programs that contribute directly to the career development and growth of employees from underrepresented groups 
    • Formal education or research in social justice education, diversity and inclusion, or related field 
    • Experience developing connections between talent processes, HR policies, and learning programs to create equitable outcomes for members of underrepresented groups  
    • Strong interpersonal skills for cross-functional, multi-stakeholder projects, including the ability to coach others on DIBs subject matter with humility 
    • Ability to apply L&D and DIBs expertise to sustainable development and growth of employees from underrepresented backgrounds 
    • Exceptional judgment to act independently when presented with ambiguity 
    • Experience facilitating training programs on topics such as: career development, career conversations, sponsorship, organizational advocacy, and/or influencing 
    • Willingness to partner with EMEA-LATAM or APAC learning team, including occasional program delivery at regionally-friendly times (depending on your location) 
    • Experience with L&D program management, tracking, and administration 
    • Experience producing online, live-virtual learning programs (Zoom preferred)  


  • 27 Nov 2020 9:20 AM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Goddard College’s MFA program in Interdisciplinary Arts envisions the arts as transformational practice. We conceive of artmaking as a form of critical thinking that integrates research and interdisciplinary problem-solving to engage ethically in public contexts. We seek faculty advisors committed to dialogic, student-centered, innovative approaches to the education of practicing artists.

    The successful candidate’s primary practice should lie within the disciplines of dance, theater, and performance with expertise in some of the following areas: dance theater, acting, directing, socially engaged theater, improvisation, movement, and choreography. We are particularly interested in candidates engaged in anti-racism and anti-oppression work through or within discourses in social and environmental justice, intersectionality, African or diaspora studies, indigenous and decolonial studies and/or studies in cultures of the global south. Ability to engage with a wide range of media, and support the development of students with diverse art philosophies, values, and learning styles essential. MFA or equivalent required.

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    Service as a faculty member in the MFAIA program includes attending a ten day residency each semester, mentoring students through written exchanges over the course of a 15-week semester and providing a small amount of service to the college. Compensation is based on the Collective Bargaining Agreement Faculty Salary Scale, approximately $8,700.00 - $10,000.00 depending on a student load of 5 or 6 students. These positions are dependent upon enrollment.

    Faculty will serve in the Plainfield, VT residency and must be available to attend the virtual residency January 20 - January 29, 2021.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

    To apply: Click Here

    Please include a Cover Letter. Positions open until filled. Review of applications begins on December 1.

    Goddard College is committed to creating a college representative of a diverse global community. To that end, we are actively seeking applications from qualified candidates from groups currently underrepresented in our institution for this position.

    This institution is an equal opportunity employer, and provider.

  • 15 Oct 2020 3:38 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    The Institute for Sustainable Diversity and Inclusion (ISDI) is a non-profit organization established for the purpose of educating, supporting and collaborating with key stakeholders on ways to leverage differences and practice inclusion to enhance individual and organizational success. 

    We are looking for someone who is:

    Tech savvy (webinar platform delivery and virtual meeting platforms, trouble shooting capability),

    Design oriented (PPt presentations, Web pages, Constant Contact emails, social media),

    Outreach adept (liaison with Sponsors, Subscribers, Presenters, reach out to new potential Sponsors),

    Good at planning and coordinating (ISDI meetings, Series virtual sessions, ISDI special events),

    Flexible & agile (work load varies week to week, timely responses needed).

    This is a part time position (20 hours/week) with all work currently being conducted remotely.

    ISDI asks anyone interested in the position to please send a brief Cover Letter (an email message is fine indicating why the position is appealing) and Resume to Julie at: Julie.reimer@i4sdi.org.  Julie will coordinate setting up time for us to talk with each interested person.

  • 04 Sep 2020 3:05 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Overview

    Boise Cascade is looking for a Director of Diversity & Inclusion to join their Corporate Executive leadership team. Salary will be based on experience. Come grow with us!

    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Diversity & Inclusion is responsible for engaging with the Executive Leadership Team and leaders throughout the business to develop and implement diversity, equity and inclusion strategies, programs, policies, and metrics that successfully engage, develop, retain and attract a diverse workforce, fostering inclusion throughout our business. The Director will assess potential barriers, develop business integrated strategies and objectives and facilitate accountable plans and action at all levels of our field and corporate offices. This role will engage broadly with our communities and our associates to promote our Values of Integrity, Respect, Safety & Excellence.

    Boise Cascade has been in the business of manufacturing wood products and distributing building materials for over half a century. Today we’re one of the largest manufacturers of plywood and engineered wood products in North America – and the only wholesale stocking distributor for building products that can service the entire United States. Because our business is built on relationships, our employees are critical to our success. And we’re committed to investing in them. That’s why we offer a benefits package designed to have a positive impact on all areas of your life – from health and well-being, career and community, to financial security and personal safety. We call it, Total Rewards. Here’s a look at what’s included:

    • Medical + Prescription Drug
    • Dental + Vision
    • 401(k) Retirement Savings

    Responsibilities

    • Lead the development and implementation of strategies to monitor and evaluate company-wide progress in creating a diverse and inclusive work environment. Ensure the accuracy and completeness of diversity strategy, policy and process documentation.
    • Lead and manage the annual financial and operational planning for group/team workshops and/or specific initiatives.
    • Coordinate the development, implementation, and monitoring of diversity working groups, committees and councils.
    • Design and deliver related presentations, workshops, and learning modules. Facilitate D&I training for teams and leadership
    • Collaborate with key partners to determine D&I change needs and appropriate change methodology and best practices. Lead the development and monitoring of metrics focused on measuring the effectives of initiatives.
    • Partner with business and human resources leadership in the design and implementation of strategies and tactics to attract, retain and promote a diverse workforce; collaborates with human resource sub functional areas to ensure diversity goals are met.
    • Collaborate with senior leaders to integrate diverse, equitable and inclusive practices into business process/workplaces.
    • Maintain a strong awareness of related issues and trends; educate and coach others across the organization. Work with leaders to develop learning interventions that effectively address both organizational and specific skill gaps.
    • Maintain strong relationships with training and consulting organizations.
    • Champion an inclusive work environment by personally demonstrating appropriate behaviors through actions and communications.
    • Demonstrate strong commitment to safety, quality, environmental awareness, and continuous process improvement.
    • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    Qualifications

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in business administration or HR related program plus 7 to 15 years’ experience in EEO, diversity, or managing large complex programs/initiatives
    • Proven experience in understanding of cross-cultural, international, and diversity communication theories
    • Confidence in communication/delivery of knowledge and experience to provide counsel and recommendations to leaders in the area of EEO, diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives
    • Possess excellent interpersonal, cross-cultural communication, diversity, organizational, and problem-solving skills
    • Experience working effectively and interdepartmentally in large, decentralized organization

    Preferred Qualifcations:

    • Master’s Degree in related field
    • Previous experience in leading diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives for small to mid-size company
    • Manufacturing/Distribution industry experience

    For more information and to apply, visit: Boise Cascade

  • 04 Sep 2020 2:57 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    The University of Denver (DU) seeks a dynamic, visionary, strategic, and inspiring leader to become its Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (VCDEI). The University of Denver values diversity in all of its forms (including diversity based on race, ethnicity, socioeconomic background, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability or ability, religious or spiritual beliefs, veteran status, and political beliefs) and is committed to fostering inclusive excellence across its campus by promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) through curriculum, research, hiring, and service. This commitment is demonstrated in both its strategic plan, DU Impact 2025, and its intentional elevation in the status and responsibility of the previous senior diversity officer position. In their elevated role, the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will boldly lead the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as well as conceptualize and execute a strong vision to establish a central DEI unit at the university. The successful candidate must be a thought-leader, advisor, and advocate for campus diversity, equity, and inclusion.

    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE The successful candidate for the role of Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the University of Denver will possess an advanced degree as well as a documented history of successfully transforming long-term organizational culture, preferably within a higher education institution. They will have significant leadership experience developing and advancing diversity and inclusion programs as well as in-depth knowledge of research and practice related to serving and leading a diverse community of constituents (including staff, students, faculty, academic personnel, and alumni) within a highly decentralized institution. The ideal candidate will possess many of the following professional experiences and personal characteristics: • A successful track record of and deep commitment to supporting faculty growth and developing effective diversity and inclusion initiatives for faculty, students, and staff; • Dedication to the mission of a private, high research institution with strong undergraduate and graduate/professional schools and colleges. • An array of personal and professional skills honed from extensive past leadership experiences, including, but not limited to: o Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to galvanize the campus and influence others; o Cultural awareness, agility, and emotional intelligence; ability to build trust and credibility, collaborate with a wide variety of stakeholders, and provide leadership in a vibrant environment; o Analytical skills and a data-informed focus; ability to use data and leverage analytics to drive strategy; o The ability to work effectively in leading and collaborating with multiple constituencies at various levels of positional responsibility within the university and in the wider community; o Demonstrated strong change management skills within a complex institution.

    APPLICATIONS, INQUIRIES, AND NOMINATIONS The University of Denver has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in the search for Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Confidential inquiries, nominations, referrals, and resumes with letters of interest should be sent electronically to the following:
    Monroe “Bud” Moseley, Partner
    Donna Cramer, Principal
    Sonia Gomez, Senior Associate
    Grace Munschauer, Search Coordinator
    Isaacson, Miller

    FOR THE FULL DESCRIPTION OF THE POSITION AND DETAILS, VISIT:  www.imsearch.com/7602

  • 01 Sep 2020 3:01 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    Cultural Psychology. The Department of Psychology at Wesleyan University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in Cultural Psychology, beginning July 1, 2021. The department seeks candidates with expertise and scholarly research on the cultural bases of psychological processes whose research investigates how shared meanings (e.g., values) and cultural practices affect psychological processes. A research program focusing on any area of cultural psychology is welcome. Also welcome are interdisciplinary connections in the candidate’s research program. The ideal candidate should show expertise in multiple methods, including qualitative methods.

    The candidate will be expected to teach four courses per year: a course in cultural psychology, two specialized courses in their area of expertise, and one course in qualitative research methods. Additional duties include advising and mentoring undergraduate students and engagement in department and university-level service. The Department has 18 full-time faculty members in the areas of cognition, culture, development, neuroscience, psychopathology, and social psychology. Members also contribute to interdisciplinary programs in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Neuroscience and Behavior, Science and Society, Educational Studies, and American Studies and participate in a departmental postdoctoral program.

    Located in Middletown CT, Wesleyan is a highly selective liberal arts college that values both scholarship and teaching, has a strong, diverse undergraduate student body, and offers a generous sabbatical program and competitive salaries and benefits. Wesleyan does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, learning disability or physical disability, political belief, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or non-position-related criminal record. We welcome applications from women and historically underrepresented minority groups. Inquiries regarding Title IX, Section 504, or any other non-discrimination policies should be directed to: Vice President for Equity & Inclusion / Title IX Officer, 318 North College, 860.685.4771.

    Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Psychology or related field in hand by the time of appointment to be hired as an Assistant Professor; a successful candidate may be hired as an Instructor if the candidate does not have a Ph.D. in hand at the time of appointment, but will complete the Ph.D.in Psychology or related field within one year of hire.

    To apply, please submit the following: the curriculum vitae, up to 3 reprints (in a single pdf), a research statement, a teaching statement, and teaching evaluations (if available). In the cover letter, applicants should describe how they will embrace the college's commitment to fostering an inclusive community, as well as their experience working with individuals from historically marginalized or underserved groups. In your research statement, we invite you to discuss your research approach in the context of ongoing discussions about research practices and open science and, if applicable, ways in which your research engages underrepresented populations in psychological research and/or focuses on matters related to race/ethnicity, class, or gender/sexuality.

    Applications should be submitted online at 
    https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://careers.wesleyan.edu/postings/7422__;!!HgxT5Xd5qx1T!FogDLJj1YMOuUXkvuwMeL2-BBgqwbz1g-ALbFQzLnWfbHpl5QnSnoyTEbnYK$ . At the time of application, candidates will also be asked to provide email addresses for at least three referees from whom we will obtain confidential letters of recommendation.

    Review of applications will begin on October 1st, 2020.

  • 26 Aug 2020 5:47 PM | Karen Fouts (Administrator)

    ID 2020-2393 Category Human Resources Position Type Full-Time

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    Overview

    Let your career take off with PSA Airlines

    • Location: Charlotte, NC
      Work Schedule: Full Time
      Reports To: Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations
      Travel: Occasional travel required

    About Us

    Company Summary: As a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines and the fastest growing regional airline in the country, PSA offers a stable career path in aviation with unparalleled opportunities for growth and professional development. Teamwork and drive are at the heart of PSA. We are committed to growing our company where passion is shared, professional excellence is expected, and all people are valued and respected.

    Our employees are committed to ensuring safe and reliable operations for the thousands of customers American trusts us with each and every day. We have an incredible team of more than 4,000 employees who do a tremendous job of operating more than 800 daily flights to nearly 100 destinations on behalf of American Airlines. Our immense growth provides a number of opportunities to join our team.

    Culture: Not only is PSA an EEO and AAP employer, but also we seek to create an inclusive work environment where diverse perspectives and experiences are embraced and respected. We work hard to build and sustain a culture where people – team members and customers alike – feel safe, secure and happy. It is The PSA Way, which focuses on our goals, safety, respect, preparedness, professional excellence, and passion. This foundation reflects how we think, act, and communicate with one another and our customers.

    Engaging our employees is extremely important to us, and we seek leaders who inspire, enable, and encourage others to succeed using the PSA Way as their model.

    Benefits Summary

    PSA offers the benefits you expect from a company focused on excellence. All eligible employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, including:

    • Travel privileges on the American Airlines global network
    • A generous vacation plan designed to let you enjoy your travel perks
    • Medical, Dental & Vision
    • 401k with company match
    • American Airlines Group (AAG) profit-sharing and bonus opportunities
    • Company-paid Group Life and AD&D Insurance, Short and Long-term Disability, Flexible Spending Plan (FSA), and supplementary options

    Responsibilities

    Summary/Objective: The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (“DE+I”) Director is PSA’s strategic, diversity leader and change agent partnering with the executive team and business leaders to develop and lead the company-wide DE+I strategy. Reporting to the VP of Human Resources and Labor Relations this position will define PSA’s short-term and long-term goals, KPI’s, action plans and metrics that drive business impact and deliver measurable results.

    As the central facilitator of strategic DE+I activities the Director serves as thought leader, trusted advisor and consultant to PSA’s business leaders in support of their diversity, equity and inclusion goals and objectives aligned to the company-wide strategy. In partnership with the talent team this leader will also consult on, enable and support both company-wide and department efforts around diverse recruitment strategies, employee engagement, diversity learning, and talent development.

    This working leader and strategist will proactively cultivate and manage relationships with diversity partners while also supporting the ongoing relationships with local partners, including representing PSA at relevant local forums and events. As the leading subject matter expert, the Director will also have extensive knowledge of laws related to equal employment opportunity, experience working with federal regulators (EEOC and OFCCP), and experience leading and championing large scale diversity initiatives.

    This position will serve as a member of the leadership team requiring a high level of influence and collaboration with a variety of department heads and business functions at the director level.

    Essential Functions: 

    STRATEGY

    • Lead the strategic design and implementation of a business-driven company-wide diversity, equity and inclusion strategy that includes short-term and long-term goals, KPI’s, action plans and metrics to assess and track progress over time.

    • Serve as the senior diversity and inclusion strategist and subject matter expert for PSA

    • Lead the PSA Diversity and Inclusion Council

    • Lead the design and execution of a quarterly and annual DE+I reporting

    • Lead the design, planning and execution of strategic DE+I initiatives and programs, including Business Resource Groups, guiding long-term growth and development plans in the areas of DE+I.

    • Collaborate with core departments (Air Ops, Talent Acquisition and Development, Team Member Services, Communications, and Safety) to ensure inclusion and belonging is threaded across every level of the team member and customer experience

    • Provide consultation and coaching to business leaders, managers and employees on all areas of DE+I.

    • Conduct on-going research on best practices, and after analyzing data, recommend strategies for continuous improvement

    • Consult with the Executive Team and provide guidance and recommendations to create an effective leadership and governance structure and advance the overall DE+I strategy

    • Partner with the talent management team to ensure the effective analysis of diversity surveys, Talent Review findings, and other organizational culture audits, and provide updates to senior leadership to inform decision making

    • Consult with business leaders developing individual diversity performance goals

    TALENT

    • Act as lead advisor to and partner with the Talent Acquisition and Development colleagues on areas related to diversity, equity and inclusion, to drive the development and implementation of strategies and tactics for diversity recruiting, talent development and retention of a robust pipeline of diverse talent

    • Partner with Talent Acquisition and Development in developing metrics, dashboards and applicable reports that create transparency and accountability for diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.

    • Partner with Director of Talent Acquisition and Development and talent management team to embed DEI practices into all talent programs; as an example, leverage the Talent Planning Process to maximize opportunities with high potential • talent and provide recommendations to business leaders for succession planning

    • Create and lead the strategy for DE+I educational programs

    • Develop an overarching strategy for PSA and provide recommendations to attract, retain and train diverse, multi-generational talent through targeted university, college and industry relationships

    CULTURE

    • Advocate for and consult with leaders to introduce an effective Business Resource Groups network to ensure these positively impact employees and the business

    • Serve as a consultant to the Director of Communications in crafting cohesive communications campaigns that engage our workforce, convey our strategy, and position PSA strategically externally and internally through effective use of social media and brand positioning statements

    • Spearhead efforts to celebrate heritage and promote cultural awareness including African American/Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Asian Pacific American Heritage, Pride Month, Hispanic-Latino History Month, National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and National American Indian Heritage Month.

    • Partner with the Director of Team Members Services to review and manage PSA policies related to DE&I

    • Support safety risk management processes within Flight Operations that support the principles of the Safety Management System (SMS) and this policy manual. 

    COMMUNITY

    • Proactively lead and manage effective relationships with national diversity partner organizations and partner in the management of local partnerships that align with and support PSA’s DE+I strategy

    • Partner with the Director of Team Member Services on specific causes and platforms that could enhance our giving programs, including volunteer activities and community partnerships that will support PSA’s DE&I strategy

    • Represent PSA at external forums, and serve as a subject matter expert at diversity conferences, professional associations, and meetings

    Qualifications

    Required Education and Experience:   

    •BA/BS degree required, Advanced degree preferred in Human Resources, Business, Communications or related field or equivalent experience

    •Minimum 7 years of HR experience or equivalent

    •Minimum of 5 years in the DE+I field in a role with increasing scope and responsibilities for developing and leading diversity strategies and consulting with the business to drive business impact

    •Ability to anticipates future trends and creates competitive strategies

    •Demonstrated experience as a strategic thought leader and partner to executive level leadership who is also able to roll up his/her sleeves and do the work

    •Experience with multicultural diversity, cultural competencies, and laws and regulations pertaining to equal employment opportunity

    •Experience working and developing relationships with local and national diversity organizations and partners

    •Ability to develop lines of communication, trust, and partnership across multiple business divisions

    •Proven success managing federal audits and ensuring compliance with government requirements (i.e. EEO) requirements

    •Proven track record of leading in a matrixed environment, comfortable with ambiguity

    •Understanding of key business drivers

    •Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio)

    •Strong, demonstrated written and verbal communication and presentation skills with extensive experience communicating at the executive level

    •If hired, must be able to demonstrate that you are authorized to work in the US.

    Competencies and Knowledge: 

    To be successful at PSA, you should be:

    • Driven

    • Reliable

    • Caring

    • Engaging Communicator

    • Decisive

    • Results Driven

    To be successful in this role, you should be great at:

    • Resilience
    • Communicating Effectively
    • Work Organization
    • Adaptability
    • Making Sound Decisions
    • Teamwork and Collaboration
    • Customer Service
    • Relationship Management

    Supervisory Responsibility: This position will not have direct reports at this time.

    Delegation of Duties: In absence, duties will be performed or reassigned by the Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations

    Work Environment:  This job operates in a professional office environment.  This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, telephones, photocopiers, facsimile machines and filing cabinets.

    Physical Demands:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.  This is largely a sedentary role; however, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; climb up and down stairs; lift weight up to 25 lbs.; use hands to finger, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms.

    Security Clearance:  All employees are required to pass the fingerprint-based criminal history records check (CHRC) per 49CFR1542.209 as well as a pre-employment drug screen. 

    AAP/EEO Statement: PSA Airlines is an equal opportunity employer; qualified applicants are considered for and treated during employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.


    PSA Airlines is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer


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