Job Details

Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • Position Number: 2214050
  • Location: Denver, CO
  • Position Type: Human Resources

Temporary Classroom to Career Hub DEI Talent Recruitment Program Manager

Position Number: CH0007
Salary for Announcement: The salary for this temporary position is $23.00 per hour. This position is a 16 week Temporary position that is not benefits-eligible.
Employee Category: Professional staff
Department: Classroom to Career Initiatives

Position Summary:
MSU Denver embodies diversity in all its rich representations and expressions. It is who we are. We commit ourselves to justice that provides a foundation for equity and inclusion. We mend internal and external inequities through the cultivation of a vibrant, healthy community.

Reporting to the Director of Industry Partnerships, the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Talent Recruitment Program Manager is responsible for working with internal and external stakeholders to develop the diversity, equity and inclusion framework and programs that accelerate student career success. This role will also build the framework to collaborate with employer partners to embed equity and inclusion into talent recruitment strategies. This role will foster connection points for industry partners to support the respectful exchange of ideas and be a catalyst for collaborative work of advancing equity and inclusion in Colorado's talent pipeline development.

The C2 Hub DEI Talent Recruitment Program Manager will oversee special projects and/or assignments that are sensitive or complex in nature, requiring a high level of independence, initiative, and professional discernment. This position also establishes procedures, policies, and practices aligned to values of equity and social justice.

You will also be involved with establishing scalable best practices, assessing diversity recruitment engagement, providing data driven insights and recommendations, etc. We are seeking someone for this role who has already established themselves as a team-oriented and collaborative partner in their work environment(s), with a project management mind-set and a passion for solving hard problems. The key to this role is the ability to prioritize, be responsive, navigate ambiguity, and make an impact. DEI Recruiting Program Manager need to be able to navigate a wide range of partnerships as well as work autonomously on building programs that have impact.

This position is a 16 week Temporary position that is not benefits-eligible.

(50%) Career Equity Program Development and Management

Work with internal and external stakeholders to develop an equity and inclusion framework to advance MSU Denvers strategy and responsiveness to industry trends on diversity and inclusion recruitment initiatives.
Partner with the C2 Hub Career Engagement Team to develop meaningful, relevant, and impactful programs that engage employers and target students who underutilize career development programs.
Lead projects related to equity and inclusion; Serve as liaison between Diversity & Inclusion recruiters, Industry Navigators, and campus support programs.

(50%) External Impact & Data Analysis

Collaborate with employer partners and MSU Denver Industry Navigators to embed equity and inclusion into talent recruitment strategies.
Engage industry partners employee resource groups in meaningful programing that provide professional development opportunities for MSU Denver affinity student organizations as well as advance DEI strategies for organizations.
Build trusting partnerships with DEI leaders, develop forums to foster connection points to support the respectful exchange of ideas and be a catalyst for collaborative work of advancing equity and inclusion.
Qualitative and Quantitative depth: Go deep in the internal and external tools, resources and diversity data and lead strategy with quantitative facts, while understanding the nuance and changes that effect the data, in order to provide a full story.
Use your initiative to develop and assess diversity programs based on insights from analytical review and investigation.

Required Qualifications:
Bachelors degree
Experience building strategies and executing processes and programs within Recruitment, HR, Talent Management or D&I
Demonstrated experience in leading diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.

Preferred Qualifications:
Masters degree
Excellent interpersonal skills and strong demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form and to maintain cooperative working relationships with faculty, students, staff, and community partners.
Excellent organizational and time management skills to prioritize multiple projects when faced with frequent interruptions and fluctuating workload
Ability to use high level discretion and maintain a high level of confidentiality
Ability to develop and maintain group cohesion and work effectively as a team member
Experience creating, engaging, and supervising diverse teams
Experience working in customer service
Skill to recruit, motivate, and evaluate student employees and volunteers

Posting Date: 04/07/2021
Closing Date:
Closing Instructions: Open Until Filled

Special Instructions to Applicant:
IMPORTANT: In order to be considered as an applicant you must apply via the online application system,

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