The Director of Diversity will design, manage, and implement
enterprise diversity and inclusion strategies and programs across
Bridgestone Americas, Inc.. This individual will play a critical
role in shaping the organization’s diversity agenda with a primary
focus on the attraction, retention, and development of high
performance leadership talent. The role reports to the VP of Talent
Management.JOB SCOPEThe ideal candidate for this position will have
8-12 years experience within the talent acquisition and/or talent
management/development space within a large Fortune 1000 company.
Direct experience in building foundational tools, processes, and
programs related to a talent-led, integrated diversity agenda will
be important in addition to superior internal and external
stakeholder management skills.The ideal candidate will have a
proven track record of project management and ability to drive
programs that support the organization's workforce diversity,
inclusiveness, engagement and retention opportunities. The
candidate should possess strong analytical skills and ability to
translate concepts, metrics, research, and trends into tangible
talent strategy and, ultimately, business outcomes. In addition to
an ability to build and maintain positive relationships internally
and externally, he/she must be a team player with excellent written
and verbal communications skills.
Responsibilities Support VP of Talent Management &
Lead the overall development and implementation of enterprise
diversity and engagement strategies, including talent
identification, talent assessment, leadership development, employee
engagement, and retention of diversity workgroups
Develop tools and metrics for measuring the effectiveness of
enterprise diversity initiatives.
Provide diversity view into the design and development of
enterprise leadership development programs.
Serve as subject matter expert and liaison to HRBPs and the
business to develop strategic action to attract/develop/retain
diverse talent by analyzing and presenting talent demographics,
monitoring data trends and developing diversity initiatives.
Benchmark and research analysis, including monitoring and
reporting on diversity and inclusion topics.
Partner with communications to regularly communicate internal
and external diversity and inclusion initiatives, events, and
Shape the design, management, and integration of the
organization's Employee Resource Groups
Identify, build, and sustain key community partnerships to
support enterprise diversity and inclusion
projects/plans/initiatives and business strategies.
Partner with key stakeholders to align and support Supplier
Diversity as part of the larger enterprise strategy.
Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in human resource management,
business or public administration, or closely related field.
Masters Degree preferred.
Minimum 8-12 years of related human resources experience
including preparation and implementation of diversity, talent
management, development and/or engagement initiatives.
Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships and interface
effectively with all levels of the organization, especially senior
Project management skills with a demonstrated ability to
multi-task in a fast-paced environment
Strong verbal and written communication skills with experience
Strong, operational, communication, interpersonal and
presentation skills, be a team player, manage multiple projects and
possess a strong knowledge of diversity metrics and analytics.
Proficient in Microsoft Office with an emphasis in Excel and
Employee Type Regular
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