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NHS Providers, Westminster (Hybrid)
£43,500 per year
An exciting opportunity for someone with a passion for ED&I, we are looking for someone who can embed best practice into everything we do.
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Westminster, Greater London (Hybrid)
£43,500 per year
Contract, 12 months, Full-time
Job description

Salary: £43,500.00 per annum + generous benefits

Initial term: One-year Fixed Term Contract with potential to extend

Reporting to: Senior HR Manager

Location: London, Westminster (Hybrid: we encourage flexible working and therefore do not require you to work from our office full time).

Closing date: noon Monday 22 Aug

Interviews: w/c 5th Sept

NHS Providers has an exciting opportunity for someone with a real passion for ED&I and we are looking for someone who can help us embed best practice into everything we do.

The ED&I Lead will help drive forward NHS Providers’ commitment to be an anti-racist organisation and to support our wider ED&I programme. You will lead and implement our race equality action plan from within the HR team, working collaboratively to support the organisation as each directorate implement their race equality actions.You will be pivotal in supporting ongoing cultural change and creating an inclusive environment, where equality issues are firmly embedded within our policies, processes, procedures, and practices.

We are actively committed to looking for all kinds of talent to build a diverse staff team at NHS Providers. We understand that creating and maintaining a work environment in which all social groups are represented and feel safe and respected, is something we must work at. We do not take this for granted. We see anti-racism and anti-discrimination more broadly as a life-long commitment. We are working towards removing all barriers that staff and applicants may experience. Steps taken include having gender-balanced and racially diverse panels and considering all candidates against a clear, realistic and well-defined person specification. We would particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people with disabilities and those identifying as male, female, non-binary or trans.

If you feel you have the requisite skills and experience and would like to join our team then please send a CV and cover letter setting out why you are interested in the role and how you meet the person specification to HR Team.

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Refreshed on: 15 August 2022
Closing date: 22 August 2022 at 12:00
Tags: Human Resources,Project Management

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