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Manager, International Diversity Equity Inclusion / IOM

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

Description:

Our Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (GDEI) team is responsible for the enterprise-wide diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy and ensuring that each of the company's global markets, across the three-legged stool, are supported in a culturally-sensitive way that mitigates reputational risk. Advancing DEI is recognized as a business imperative, and as a result, there is an immediate need to support the three market segments: International Operated Markets (IOM), which are comprised of wholly-owned markets, or countries in which the McDonald's operates restaurants, International Operated Markets - Business Unit (IOM BU), which are comprised of smaller markets that are wholly-owned, and International Developmental Licensed Markets (IDLM), which are markets where McDonald's has licensed its franchising rights to strategic partners. Read more about GDEI - it's Purpose & Impact here.

Reporting into the Senior Director for International DEI, three managers in newly built roles, one for IOM, one for IOM BU, and one for IDLM will work closely in a collaborative environment. The Manager in this role will be responsible for the IOM segment (Australia, Canada, France, Germany and United Kingdom) and will drive the GDEI strategy in partnership with market leadership as well as with colleagues from across all corporate functions in the markets. The work will include assessing the markets' DEI strategies against the GDEI enterprise-wide strategy and support the journey of each market to become an industry leader in the space. Additionally, the Manager will be responsible for assessing each market regarding how DEI present and use that data in conjunction with the strategy assessment to develop or enhance market-specific plans. Finally, once the markets have their plans, the Manager will assist the markets in activating the plans and monitoring progress.

More specifically, the selected candidate will be responsible for the following:

* Work with GDEI leaders and market leaders to create and support market-level DEI strategic plans based upon scientifically validated benchmarks and market-level research and ensure that market DEI strategies appropriately reflect the needs reflected in the enterprise GDEI strategic plan

* Partner with colleagues to conduct DEI assessments, create DEI metrics, and evaluate DEI interventions within and across markets

* Work with market leaders to effectively manage and use key external strategic partnerships to support DEI strategic plans

* Manage relationships with cross-functional teams between and within each market as well as within the globalized functions

* Work with GDEI team members and key stakeholders to build local DEI narratives

This position is located in our Shoreditch, London, UK office

Job Details

1285760929
Not Specified
London, United Kingdom
Permanent
£ £ - Annual Annual