Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Coordinator

Website Spectrum Youth & Family Services

This position will be working with the Executive Director, Administration, Program Directors, Coordinators, and the DEI Committee to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in staffing, service programs, training, forms, and policy throughout Spectrum. This is a non-exempt part time position consisting of approximately 20 hours per week with a wage range of $ 22.00 – $30.00 per hour.

Essential Functions

·Oversee a comprehensive organizational review to identify any potential systemic racism and inequities within Spectrum and inventory systems in place that engender disparities.
·Oversee a review of pay equity within the organization.
·Coordinate and facilitate the work of the DEI Committee in conjunction with the committee co-chairs.
·Manage and oversee organization-wide collection of race-based data as well as other data points related to equity and inclusion and develop an action plan for improvement.
·Conduct a review of all organization policies through the lens of DEI and recommend policy revisions.
·Work to develop performance targets and performance measures to improve systems for recruitment and inclusion in staffing and clients.
·Develop and conduct training for Spectrum programs, those we serve and the board of directors.
·Represent Spectrum on local, regional, and statewide committees to promote justice, racial equity and injustice.
·Report out to the Executive Director, the leadership team, the DEI Committee, and the board of directors regarding the current state of the work.

Knowledge and Skills Required

·Bachelor’s degree preferred in human services or other appropriate discipline, and 2 years of relevant experience working in racial equity, diversity or social justice, including relevant management experience; or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are acquired.
·Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds
·Demonstrated knowledge of both federal and Vermont state laws prohibiting discrimination.
·Excellent oral presentation, facilitation and communication skills, with experience in  providing professional trainings to diverse audiences.
·Excellent writing ability to prepare written reports, proposals and analyses.
·Must have strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain trusted relationships among leaders and stakeholders in the social justice and racial equity arena.
·Excellent verbal and written communication skills required; bilingual abilities are a plus.
·Valid driver’s license is preferred. Private transportation, willingness, and ability to travel occasionally throughout the state.
·Ability to uphold safety standards

Work Environment
This is an office and field position, and some travel is required.

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