• Full Time
  • UK

Learning Advisor – Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) 32,000 Newark (with options to work from home) Full time 35 hours per week Permanent Closing date for applications: 26 September 2021 First interview: 7 October 2021 Are you an experienced EDI professional, who would love to play a lead role in making one of the UK’s best-loved nature charities consistently, inclusive and welcoming to all? Then the client has an exciting opportunity for you. They are looking for an individual who has a proven experience of delivery training and support within Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) to take them forward on their EDI journey to achieve their vision where everyone can benefit from and act for nature with the client. About you You will have had a proven track record of supporting organisational change around EDI in a complex organisation, through providing training, support and advice. Your role will be to develop, manage and integrate the delivery of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion learning across the federation and in doing so support the successful implementation of EDI strategy. As part of this you will develop appropriate training and training resources including toolkits to empower people to lead EDI in their organisation. You will provide a confidential sounding board to other EDI and HR professionals around implementing cultural and behaviour change. Your breadth of knowledge of diversity and inclusivity legislation and emerging issues is important, as well as its application across numerous work areas, not least HR, community engagement and campaigns. You will be a confident communicator and creative in your approach in keeping EDI at the forefront of everyone’s agenda. You will have knowledge and experience of developing training packages and measuring their success. You will be a motivated and resilient self-starter, working within the EDI team to support the Strategic Lead in EDI deliver the strategy. Your role will be largely to work across the federated 46 organisations to provide training and bespoke support. You will also identify opportunities to continue to raise awareness of important issues relating to EDI. You will be a natural influencer and you will be highly personable and able to build effective stakeholder relationships, internally and externally, at all levels. A genuine passion for leading diversity, equality and inclusion work is a must! A desire to take people on the EDI journey with a critical friend approach, rather than one that is combative. Who They are The Client is a grassroots movement of 870,000 members, 38,000 volunteers and 2,800 staff across the UK. They are at an exciting moment in their 110-year history, with an ambitious new strategy in development setting out a vision of nature in recovery, with abundant, diverse wildlife and natural processes creating wilder landscapes where people and nature thrive. The next 10 years will be critical in determining what kind of world we will all live in. We need to urgently reverse the loss of wildlife and put nature into recovery at scale if we are to prevent climate and ecological disaster. This will require big, bold changes in the way we think and operate, and the development of a strong, collaborative culture. They are Wild About Inclusion! To the client, this means inspiring, empowering and engaging people from all backgrounds, cultures, identities and abilities, to change the natural world for the better. It means creating workspaces where difference is celebrated, everyone can be themselves and flourish, just like nature. They particularly encourage applications from people who are underrepresented within their sector, including people from minority backgrounds and people with disabilities. They are committed to creating a movement that recognises and truly values individual differences and identities. As the client is a Disability Confident employer, they are committed to offering an interview to anyone with a disability that meets all the essential criteria for the post. Please let them know if you require any adjustments to make their recruitment process more accessible.

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