Director, Global Inclusion and Diversity

What you'll do: Develop, promote, and implement training programs to enhance employees' and managers' understanding of Procore's policies and procedures in compliance with local legislation/employment laws regarding diversity and inclusion. Ensure our culture is open and welcoming for everyone. Provide curricula and mentoring to staff on how to create inclusive and safe spaces, mitigate unconscious bias, and instill fair management practices and processes. Counsel employees and managers on how to recognize, accommodate, and appreciate individual differences, and how these can be bridged back to assist in meeting the company's business goals and strategy. Assist in the development and updating of policies and programs to attract, retain, and promote a diverse and inclusive workforce at Procore globally. Develop metrics to monitor and measure the effectiveness of company's diversity and inclusion initiatives. Prepare quarterly and ad hoc reports for the Senior Leadership Team. Responsible for the Affirmative Action Program Plans and required government reporting for the US and Canada, ensuring timeliness, accuracy, completeness, quality, and audit readiness of data by tracking progress against goals. Work closely with the VP of People and the Senior Director of People Services in diligently and timely resolving, investigating, and processing employee relations issues, complaints and problems with respect to diversity and inclusion. Keep current in trends, best practices, and reporting requirements that affect affirmative action, equal employment opportunity, diversity and inclusion programs, and regulations. Stay up to date on diversity programs and trends in SaaS and other technology companies. What we're looking for: 8 to 10 years of progressive and successful leadership experience in human resources, preferably in the high technology industry, with successful experience in the development, design, and delivery of diversity and affirmative action programs. Subject matter expertise in Global Diversity and Inclusion principles. Highly organized, analytical, persuasive, and collaborative professional. High degree of work ethic, professional transparency, interpersonal skills, and sound business acumen. Working and updated knowledge of US, Canada, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Europe & Middle East employment laws, policies and practices including equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, diversity, and inclusion. Excellent communication and presentation skills, with the ability to influence and build trusting relationships. Persuasive and excels in conflict resolution. Proven ability to work with all levels of management as a tactical and strategic partner, coach and advisor. Bachelor's Degree in Business, Human Resources or Psychology. Master's Degree in Business Administration or a related discipline is a plus.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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