Diversity and Inclusion Project Officer
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About the job
- Create and deliver sustainable actions that will promote change in diversity, equality and inclusion
- 12 month project position
- Considering full time/part time candidates - 4 to 5 days per week
- $101,493 - $113,332 (plus super, pro rata if p/time)
A little bit about the role
Our Diversity and Inclusion Project Officer will work collaboratively across Council to lead the successful delivery of our Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and relevant people projects/actions emanating out of the Local Government Act 2020 and Gender Equality Act 2020.
In this role, you will bring your expertise in diversity, equality and inclusion to review, develop and implement a number of key actions that will result in positive change, capability uplift and the involvement of all employees in supporting a workplace where everyone feels safe, connected and included.
You will leverage your external D&I networks to ensure a best practice approach is applied and utilise our internal communication channels to engage and inform our employees on how we are tracking. You love a good project plan and ensure you have captured all commitments and timeframes in line with our organisational priorities. Being an expert in this space you will consider policies, procedures and projects through a D&I lens and proactively reach out to teams where you think you could add value.
You will develop and present regular progress reporting to relevant stakeholders and highlight any gaps in line with our strategy or legislative requirements. Working within our People, Culture and Development team, you will get involved in broader discussions and may use your project management expertise in assisting other projects outside of the D&I portfolio.
You will bring your excellent communication and collaboration skills with the demonstrated ability to discuss and partner with others to influence change. You have a flexible, can-do attitude that can deliver both strategic and practical outcomes and have demonstrated experience in creating positive change in this space.
This is an exciting opportunity to combine your project management experience with your passion for all things diversity, equality and inclusion.
Want to know more?
If you want to know more about the benefits of working for the City of Boroondara, please visit our careers website boroondara.vic.gov.au/careers
Council recognises the benefits of a diverse workforce for its employees and customers. To ensure equity of access to employment opportunities, Council encourages applications from underrepresented groups including people who are from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people from different ages, abilities, gender identities, sexual orientation and cultural backgrounds. If you require any additional support or adjustments regarding interview arrangements, please advise the contact listed above in advance.
Who are we?
The City of Boroondara is a metropolitan council, representing more than 170,000 people in the inner-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. A leader in the local government sector, with a reputation for innovation and excellence, we believe in providing an environment where our staff thrive, both in the work they do and in how they learn and develop as people and professionals.
We like to challenge the norm and we are investing significantly in innovation and technology improvements in order to provide our customers with an even greater experience and engagement. We are putting our customers at the forefront of what we do with our organisation wide change initiative, the Customer Experience Improvement Strategy (CEIS).
You will be instrumental in driving this change across the organisation using best practice approaches to successfully support us from the now to our desired future state.
With so much going on it’s a great time to join Boroondara!
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The City of Boroondara is a metropolitan council, representing more than 170,000 people in the inner-eastern suburbs of Melbourne.