Program Manager, Diversity & Inclusion/Corporate Social Responsibility

Broadridge is growing. We are recruiting for a Diversity, Inclusion, & Social Responsibility Lead to further our already impressive commitment to Inclusion and Corporate Social Responsibility. Philanthropy is part of our culture.
Almost every single one of our offices around the globe has built great relationships with the community; for example, the employees in New York mentor young students, and the employees in London help disabled children and adults.
Broadridge also matches its employees' contributions to charitable causes--so every time you donate a bit of your salary, the company donates, too.
In this role you will build upon a history of being a recipient of a 100 score on the HRC Index and a "best places to work" awardee. You will partner with HR and Business leaders to ensure strategies align with business needs and capabilities. This is a highly visible role that shares value across the organization.
Are you passionate about both inclusion and corporate social responsibility? Do you want to join a dynamic organization which puts inclusion and social responsibility at the forefront? See below for how you can contribute to the success of our organization.
Responsibilities:
§ You will provide expert knowledge and support for key initiatives to create a diverse and inclusive workplace.
You will assist in crafting our D&I/CSR strategy including presenting to the Executive Diversity Council.
As the program manager, you will track our progress against the strategy while focusing on implementation, proactively identifying trends and recommending actions
You will play a key advisory role in providing expert advice and support to business leaders and HRBPs
Liaising with the Head of Recruiting you will identify sources for diverse candidates by providing advice in creating communications & strategies to attract diverse candidates
You'll promote the development of diverse talent by designing and implementing targeted development initiatives and existing leadership programs
You'll partner with and support employee resource groups /affinity networks in the design and implementation of their initiatives
You will lead Broadridge participation in external awards to get recognition for Broadridge's extraordinary work in the field
Staying abreast of best practices in the industry, you will work to continuously improve business practices for creating an inclusive workforce
You will measure CSR outcomes for continuous improvement and commercial results
§ You'll provide overall direction for CSR strategic initiatives, including "BRidges to Learn and Grow", our signature program
You will engage and update CSR Sponsors (BR Foundation leaders and others) to ensure ongoing alignment and consensus on strategic CSR plans and programs
You will run "BRidges", our global CSR portal to support associate volunteering and matching gift programs
Representing Broadridge externally as our CSR leader you will support our BR brand and strategy
In leading regional volunteer councils, you will guide BR's global volunteer efforts and ensure consistency with Broadridge's CSR strategy
§ You'll build links with external organizations promoting D&I and CSR to obtain recognition for Broadridge as a market leader through its D&I and CSR practices.
§ Using a variety of analytical techniques and tools, you will create compelling presentations to drive action for improvement.
§ As a partner with HRBPs, Chairs of Associate Networks and Volunteer Councils, you'll promote commonalities and drive initiatives for creating a diverse, inclusive and engaged workforce
Education and Work Experience:
Minimum 5 years of experience in D&I and/or Corporate Social Responsibility
Bachelor's degree required Master's degree preferred
Experience with corporate and/or CR reporting; matching business practices with measurement indicators
Experience building programs that drive engagement and build reputation
Proficiency in project management, especially organizational skills focused on bringing a project from objective phase to resource deliverables; proven experience in using approaches that are both reciprocal and authoritative is required
Skills and Abilities:
Proven verbal and written communication skills
Collaboration and interpersonal skills
Ability to build tight-knit relationships at all levels within the organization
Proficient in working in a multi-cultural global environment
Ability to lead multiple priorities and work independently or with teams
Strong judgment, influence, leadership and integrity
Knowledge of a wide range of analytical tools allowing to handle big data volume to analyze trends
Highly motivated, dedicated, flexible and results oriented
Advanced skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, SharePoint, etc.

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