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Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Partner

London, United Kingdom, £ £ - Annual Annual, Permanent

Description:

At Direct Line Group, insurance is just the start. Combining decades of industry experience with talented people in every field from data, technology, customer care and auto repair, to HR, finance and procurement , we're a customer-obsessed market powerhouse. And we all work together to be brilliant for customers, every day.

Our HR teams do it all. From Resourcing to Learning and Development, Payroll to Rewards and Benefits, across Culture and Candidate Induction, they keep us moving forward. Whether they're recruiting new talent into our teams, or developing the reward structures we offer our people, they keep support at the heart of everything they do.

The D&I and Talent Partner supports the Head of Leadership and Talent in developing, and partnering with the business to implement initiatives focusing on DLG's D&I and Talent agendas, and creating an inclusive workplace. Accountable for design & deployment of the DLG Diversity & Inclusion strategy to lead stronger representation, improved inclusion and make the right impact in society, the D&I and Talent Partner works with the broader Culture and People Partners team and the wider HR function.

What you'll be doing:

  • Develop a refreshed, evidence-based D&I strategy for DLG, based on current status and progress to

    date, external landscape and regulatory requirements. Embed and build the D&I strategy across the business working through ExCo, Enterprise Leaders

  • Network (ELN), people managers and employee networks.

  • Create KPIs for D&I & set clear targets to address under-representation and improve inclusion that

    are reported in the Culture dashboard and link to Reward.

  • Consult with Business & HR leaders to achieve diversity representation goals and establish strategies

    to accelerator progress and build upon our inclusive culture.

  • Maintain excellent understanding and ensure ongoing compliance with evolving regulatory D&I policy.

  • Collaborate with Internal and External Communications to build annual D&I

    communications plan - ensuring diversity strategy and interventions are well communicated

  • Own D&I external reporting and awards entries - writing government, regulatory and optional

    submissions (e.g. Charter commitments, external recognition opportunities).

  • Lead the relationship with our employee networks and support their effectiveness. Partner with our

    networks to evolve activities based on feedback and work with ExCo sponsor to run quarterly DNA Committee meetings.

  • Support evolving the leadership capability across the organisation to enable the culture missions; and help implement the Talent and Leadership strategy across the Group.

  • Co-design and co-deploy progressive initiatives and programmes within Talent and D&I plan, directly and in partnership with wider HR teams to ensure D&I is embedded across all parts of the employee lifecycle (working with the Learning Experience team, Performance, Recruitment, etc.) to foster an inclusive culture and ensure proper representation across the organization.

  • Understand the business and market needs, using data and insights to translate them into an executable and impactful D&I and Talent practices.

What you'll need:

  • Experience in D&I, Talent and Leadership methodologies, strategies and tools with successful implementation and results.

  • Evidence of leading the delivery of a D&I agenda across a business with means to measure behaviour change and business benefits.

  • Expert with in-depth, up to date knowledge of D&I and Talent policies.

  • Excellent understanding of regulatory landscape.

  • Strong quantitative data and analytical skills desired.

  • Be both strategic and execution oriented, i.e. paint a long-term picture; think holistically and lead implementation.

  • Ability to influence, consult and manage key stakeholders and diverse audiences to co-create and shape a compelling D&I and Talent agenda and interventions that works across departments and deliver business impact.

Benefits

We wouldn't be where we are today without our people and the wide variety of perspectives and life experiences they bring. That's why we offer excellent benefits to suit your lifestyle and a flexible working model combining the best parts of home and office-working, varying with the nature of your role. Our core benefits include generous leave allowance, pension contribution, life insurance, 50% off home, motor and pet insurance, and access to company car and cycle to work schemes. We recognise we wouldn't be where we are today without our colleagues, that's why we offer excellent benefits designed to suit your lifestyle:

  • 9% employer contributed pension - regardless of whether you contribute into your pension or not!

  • Eligibility for a competitive annual bonus - dependent on business and personal performance

  • 25 days annual leave - plus the option to buy or sell up to 5 days

  • 50% off home, motor and pet insurance

  • Free travel insurance and free Green Flag breakdown cover

  • Additional optional Health and Dental insurance

  • EV car scheme allows all colleagues to lease a brand new electric or plug-in hybrid car in a tax efficient way.

  • Buy as you earn share scheme

Ways of Working

Our mixed model way of working offers a 'best of both worlds' approach combining the best parts of home and office-working, offering flexibility for everyone. How much you'll be in the office depends on your role, and we'll consider the flexible working options that work best for you.

Read our flexible working approach here.

Together we're one of a kind!

Job Details

2711890600
Not Specified
London, United Kingdom
Permanent
£ £ - Annual Annual