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Minimum Qualifications The ideal candidate will possess the following competencies:
• Strong judgement, decision-making, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
• Cultural competency that encompasses all aspects of equal opportunity and non-discrimination as it relates to under-represented groups – including but not limited to LGBTI individuals, people and veterans with disabilities, and women.
• Excellent oral and written communications, and presentation skills.
• Ability to build strong interpersonal relationships at all levels of an organization.
• Expertise in using data in decision-making processes.
Duties Description Reporting to the Executive Deputy Commissioner, the Director of the Division of Diversity and Inclusion Management will lead a team of Diversity and Inclusion Specialists in working with State agencies to maximize visibility of the State’s commitment to diversity, inclusion and to advance the State’s strategic direction to attract and retain exemplary staff while also ensuring opportunities for growth and professional development.
The Director will work with staff at all levels to develop and implement strategies to ensure that diversity and inclusion considerations are incorporated in workforce management decision making processes. The incumbent’s duties will include:
• Managing the development and implementation of comprehensive tools and strategies that allow raw data to be transformed into workforce insights.
• Supervising subordinate staff in the production of reports that analyze trends in hires, separations, awards, promotions and workforce composition by variables such as race/ethnicity, gender, and disability status among others.
• Overseeing the development and analysis of surveys and production of written reports of the findings.
• Developing and implementing metrics for evaluating progress and effectiveness of diversity and inclusion strategies; and taking corrective action.
• Utilizing data from workforce management systems to assess trends and identify any barriers to equal employment opportunity.
• Seeing solutions in large data sets and converting insights into strategic workforce management plans.
• Identifying benchmarks to compare with State workforce data.
• Working with State agencies to create and implement plans reflective of diversity, inclusion and equity.
• Collaborating with internal and external partners to gather and interpret data as well as to improve data collection processes.
• Engaging with internal and external stakeholders on matters that encompass all aspects of equal opportunity and non-discrimination.
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