Diversity, equity & inclusion strategy and trainingSocial Services
You'll have a 30 minute call to discuss the scope and deliverables of the project directly with Metropolitan Family Service, and for them to confirm you're a good fit.
Once accepted, you'll be able to get right to work. We will check in with you periodically to make sure you have everything you need.
Social Purpose Works is the latest innovative program offering of Metropolitan Family Service (MFS), a Portland social service agency since 1950. What’s unique about Social Purpose Works (SPW) is the intentional focus on recruiting professionally skilled volunteers (pro bono) to tackle capacity building projects for metro Portland’s nonprofits.
Social Purpose Works is recruiting for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Design and Implementation for Hacienda CDC.
Hacienda is looking to partner with a Candidate who specializes in designing and implementing organization-specific Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (“DEI”) training materials for use thereafter, along with guidelines in monitoring their effectiveness.
As a Latinx organization, Hacienda needs to be as effective as possible in serving marginalized peoples both within and without our culture. Their employees, although primarily Latinx, also come from many other backgrounds. It’s critical that each employee understands and respects each other in order to create a harmonious environment in which they can work more efficiently as a team. Their goal is to be the Latinx employer of choice in the region, creating career opportunities for the Latinx community, and fostering more effective allies for all historically underserved.
1. Review current policies and procedures for gaps, omissions, or inconsistencies that don’t reflect DEI Mission Statement. Work with DEI Committee to develop a DEI mission statement.
2. Partner with HR to ensure recruitment and hiring practices meet our stated goals and review onboarding procedures to recommend ways to ensure new hires receive a consistent and inclusive message.
3. Partner with DEI Committee to design training materials geared toward current employees, current supervisors, new employees, and new supervisors.
4. Propose training calendars for when to provide updates to employees and managers on how to recognize, accommodate and appreciate individual differences and how these can be bridged back to assist in meeting company business plans.
5. Propose metrics for measuring the effectiveness of diversity initiatives implemented and design reports to be used by HR for the purposes of presenting quarterly results to the Board, the DEI Committee, and our colleagues.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
• Verbal and Written Communication
• Global & Cultural Awareness
• Human Resources
• Process Improvement
• Metrics and Reporting
• Training Development
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s or master’s degree in human resource management, business or public administration or closely related field
• Three years in a DEI-specific role, or some combination of education and experience, including preparation and implementation of training materials and diversity initiatives
• Two years of management-level experience
• Certified Diversity Professional (CDP), Certified Diversity Executive (CDE), Cornell Certified Diversity Professional (CCDP) or other related diversity certification preferred
• Fluent in English and Spanish
Time Commitment: Large project, 121-250 hours, to be completed within 4-6 months of start date. Flexible hours around your schedule.
Resources: The DEI Committee is the Project Champion and the Chief Operating Officer is the Project Manager. The Candidate will have access to a professional office environment utilizing standard office equipment such as laptop computers, phones and photocopiers.
Work Environment: Must be based in the Portland, Oregon metro area. Work from your home except in person trainings and meetings.
This is a pro bono opportunity. To view this opportunity on our site, visit https://www.socialpurpose.works/opportunity/a0Cf400000LNVGJEA5. For more information call Social Purpose Works at 503-688-1776.
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Diversity, equity & inclusion strategy and training
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