• Full Time
  • UK

Equality Diversity & Inclusion Project Officer, Medical Research Centre, Permanent, London, 40,600 – 46,100 K p/a. Our client, a world-leading medical research centre is looking for an EDI Project Officer to join their team. This is a permanent role and is to start ASAP. They currently operate a hybrid work model. The main duties of the EDI Project Officer role are: Contribute to and plan delivery of strategic initiatives Project managing EDI and other staff-related workstreams and projects Liaison with departments to ensure timely delivery of projects Build relationships that allow plans be translated into operational actions Delivering business change programmes Mentor HR team on approaches leading to a more diverse organisation Act as source of expert knowledge in all matters of EDI Ensure EDI is taken into account across the employee life cycle Supporting policy review and development of EDI and related policies Project managing the design and implementation of staff related initiatives & projects Develop and produce high-quality papers Lead on collation, and submission of pay gap data Ensure effective strategic communication and stakeholder engagement Ensuring that all communications are timely, accurate and actionable Ensuring all proposals are practical and evidence based Establishing processes that anticipate any potential issues Quickly build relationships across the organization Experience of casework at informal and formal stages, investigation & hearings Skills and experience Demonstrable experience in a similar role Experience of planning & delivery change management projects Extensive EDI knowledge and evidence of achievements within a complex organisation Developed leadership ability, particularly gained in an organisation experiencing change Achievements in delivery of equality objectives and culture change Significant track record in external verification and assessment of EDI Excellent relationship building abilities across a range of stakeholders, including senior management, staff networks and trade unions Experience of supporting and/or delivering staff wellbeing initiatives Extensive project management and project delivery experience Advanced data synthesis abilities from inclusion datasets to translate the bigger picture Excellent communication skills Ability to build, develop and maintain supportive and constructive working relationships Highly organised, logical along with ability to handle many competing priorities Acts with honesty, integrity, and discretion This is a great opportunity to lead change for a leading institution, apply now! Due to the large number of applications that we receive, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Val Wade Recruitment are actively looking for applicants from underrepresented communities and pride ourselves as an equal opportunities’ employer and agency.

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