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Equality, Diversion & Inclusion Lead EDI

London, United Kingdom, £ £ 45000.00-50000.00 Annual Annual, Permanent


BRAND NEW ROLE: Seeking an Equality, Diversion & Inclusion Lead (EDI) Part-Time

With offices set in the heart of London, our client has cultivated a vibrant, dynamic working environment, with an extremely generous benefits package!

Our client is a globally recognised organisation and operates across Cape Town, Hong Kong, New York, Rio & Washington DC!

JOB TITLE: Equality, Diversion & Inclusion Lead (EDI)

HOURS: Part-Time (2.5 days a week)

START: ASAP - Willing to wait notice period

SALARY: Up to £50,000 (Part-Time equivalent)

LOCATION: City of London

PERKS: Modern offices located right in the City of London, Work hard play hard culture, global exposure, diverse, dynamic, super social and inclusive team. Rapidly growing company and very exciting plans for 2022.


  • Enhanced maternity & paternity leave
  • 25 days holiday per year + bank holidays
  • Fertility treatment leave
  • Generous pension contribution
  • Well-being support
  • Flexible working hours
  • Training courses
  • Medical insurance
  • Season ticket loan for commute
  • Cycle to work scheme


  • Provide ED&I expertise; act as the principal owner and face of the firm's commitment to making everyone feel able to bring their whole selves to work
  • Own and further develop the ED&I action plan, which includes targets, measures, and progress reporting
  • Coordinate, support, and project manage the current ED&I workstreams
  • Support the implementation of ED&I policies, procedures, guidelines, practices, and behaviours to improve outcomes for existing and potential employees
  • Work with relevant teams to select, coordinate and drive ED&I-specific training
  • Account manage external providers of ED&I solutions?
  • Monitor the efficacy of initiatives and focus the firm on issues and blockages
  • Work within the People team to integrate ED&I into all other aspects of the firm's People strategy


  • Previous experience in a similar role, ideally in a global context
  • Ability to demonstrate a track record of prior success in implementing successful ED&I projects
  • Some exposure to working within an international organisation would be preferable
  • Strong project management skills?
  • Previous experience in the development and implementation of programs and policies
  • Confident, personable, persuasive, and tenacious
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Comfortable working strategically and operationally
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Strong communication skills - specifically the ability to engage effectively with people at all levels in the business

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London, United Kingdom
£ £ 45000.00-50000.00 Annual Annual