Specialist, Global Employer Brand, Diversity & Culture

Creative Team

Since the summer of social justice, companies have had to take an honest look at who they are and the culture they want to create for everyone, especially marginalized employees. When it comes to Employer Brand, it’s not enough to throw a few ethnically diverse and disabled person stock images on your career site and call yourself a diverse company. At Shaker we believe there are two words that are critical to ensuring that your Employer Brand is truly diverse and inclusive. Lived Experience.

In this trailblazing new role, the Specialist Employer Brand, Diversity, & Culture has the opportunity to help build diverse and inclusive Employer Brands by supporting the research phase of Employee Value Proposition development, help to address culture gaps by aligning the right DEI partners according to research defined needs, and ensure the smooth flow of communications throughout the process.

What does success look like in this role, you ask? Your curiosity and passion for details will ensure that all new client inquiries are handled expediently, and intro calls are managed with care. Your inquisitive mind will help make sense of the data being collected during focus groups and leadership interviews. Your dedication to culture transformation will help build a community of practice for diversity, equity, and inclusion for Shaker internal staff. You’ll also help our clients and internal leadership alike increase diverse representation, raise cultural competency, and deliver world class employer brand solutions.

Responsibilities

  • New Client Intake: Manage inbound EVP/EB leads and coordinate schedules for intake meetings and pitches
  • Client Liaison: Client check-ins, follow up, receive client materials, maintain content repository, distribute decks, etc.
  • Project Management: Leverage Asana to manage EVP/EB/DEI projects and track progress to ensure that all teams have ample visibility of key milestones and hand-offs
  • Review Focus Group & Leadership Interview transcripts for overarching themes, pull quotes, and value-added information
  • Conduct basic quantitative & qualitative data analysis
  • Help to develop client facing presentation decks
  • Partner Management: Serve as the main point of contact between our DEI partners and our clients while ensuring that pitch calls are coordinated and follow ups occur in timely fashion where needed
  • Culture: Helps to manage Shaker-wide DEI initiatives including, education curriculum, training for internal employees, and content for external channels
  • DEI Taskforce: Assists in managing and maintaining the calendar for internal taskforce meetings and agendas
  • Events: Keeps a finger on the pulse of relevant DEI conferences that could provide opportunities for Shaker to introduce our offerings

What does your day look like?

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Serve as the main point of contact between our DEI partners and our clients

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Review Focus Group & Leadership Interview transcripts

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Help to manage Shaker-wide DEI initiatives

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Conduct basic quantitative & qualitative data analysis

Requirements

  • 1-2 years in recruitment marketing, diversity & inclusion, and employer brand or related marketing fields
  • Excellent client-facing communication skills, both verbal & written
  • Superb time-management ability
  • Showcases agility in managing multiple complex projects in a fast-paced environment
  • Has a passion for process while also anticipating future needs and creating new ways of working when necessary
  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite products
  • Experience working with a marketing and advertising culture; direct work with marketing teams and leaders
  • Ability to engage at the executive level of the organization interfacing with key leaders across and up the chain
  • Superb project management skills, successful execution through collaboration, and proven results within a matrixed organization
  • Knowledge and experience in partnering with diverse community constituencies to include under-represented minority advocacy groups, women’s groups, etc.
  • Experience building positive relationships with partners, diversity-based organizations, and academic institutions