Head of Diversity and Inclusion
Role: Head of Diversity and Inclusion
Salary: £80,000 - £85,000
Location: London (Flexible working 2-3 days a week from home)
With over 150 years of experience and expertise The Peabody Group owns and manages more than 66,000 homes across London and the South East and have over 18,000 care and support customers. Peabody’s mission is to help make people’s lives better by developing and delivering reliably good modern services, building and maintaining the best quality developments, working with local communities and building long-term partnerships as well as growing and using its prominent position of influence to create positive change.
An important part of Peabody’s mission in helping people to make the most of their lives is to ensure that the group reflects the wider communities that they serve. They are keen to attract and retain a diverse range of people to give the organisation the best opportunity to meet the diverse needs of its residents and customers. As such Peabody are looking to recruit the newly created role of Head of Diversity and Inclusion.
As Head of Diversity and Inclusion you will review Peabody’s current practices, frameworks and policies throughout the organisation, identifying areas of priority and gaps that need addressing. Your ability to effectively challenge their current ways of working, culture, behaviours and attitudes to make way for innovative and new ideas, will be key in this role.
The ideal person will be an inspirational and proven diversity and inclusion expert with experience in designing, developing and implementing diversity and inclusion strategies by creating a clear vision to actively promote Diversity and Inclusion amongst employees and external partners. You will also be a natural networker and collaborator and be a skilled influencer with significant experience in driving change. You will be able to listen to and give voice to emergent issues of diversity and inclusion, building consensus and galvanising others to drive change, through engaged discussion and active listening.
This exciting opportunity is open to passionate diversity and inclusion professionals from all sectors.
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Application closing date: Midday Friday 23rd October 2020