Job Title

Director, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Indigenous Relations

  • Type: Full Time
  • Location: Regina, SK
  • Employer Type: Business
  • Wage ($/hr): $112,872.00 - $150,504.00 per year
  • Published on: 2024-02-29
  • Application Deadline: 2024-05-30
  • Job ID: 701570224
  • Job Category: Human Resources

Website SGI (Saskatchewan Government Insurance)

  • Full Time
  • Regina, SK
  • Retrieved on: 2024 April 09 10:44:47 PM EDT

Job Description

Work should be so much more than just a job you do to earn a paycheque. And at SGI, it is!

We offer the essentials – a competitive salary, great pension, and excellent employer-paid family benefits. We also provide rewarding opportunities, including the opportunity to play a critical role in continuing SGI’s commitment to creating an inclusive and welcoming workplace culture where our amazing team members’ can be their authentic selves, feel valued and can thrive. The chance to do work that makes a difference in our community and organization. Now that we’ve (hopefully!) sparked your interest, here’s an exciting leadership role to take your career to the next level!
We are seeking a dynamic, energetic, and passionate Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion & Indigenous Relations to continue to lead the development and execution of corporate-wide Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) and Indigenous Relations (IR) frameworks, strategies, programs, and initiatives, leading a team dedicated to fostering an environment of inclusivity and belonging. Reporting to the Senior Director of Talent Acquisition, Inclusion, Indigenous Relations and Safety, in this dynamic position you will be crucial in building and nurturing relationships with internal and external stakeholders, ensuring that our DEI & IR initiatives are effectively communicated and aligned with our values.
We hope you consider applying if you:
• Can empower teams and leaders to embrace diversity and inclusion initiatives. Influence organizational change by transforming mindsets and driving DEI & IR strategies and programs.
• Are a strategic thinker who thrives on identifying opportunities and driving essential outcomes.
• Can articulate complex ideas and inspire action in a large organization. You’ll be a voice of our DEI and Indigenous Relations initiatives, fostering understanding and collaboration across all levels of the organization and SGI locations.
• Can lead difficult and sensitive conversations with internal and external audiences focused on challenging current thinking and practices.
• Are a leader who inspires collaboration and creates a space for creativity.
• Deeply understand and respect Indigenous cultures and guide our efforts towards genuine engagement and partnership.
• Embrace diversity in all its forms. You’re ready to work with DEI and IR communities, ensuring every voice is heard and valued.
• Have a passion for learning, researching and staying abreast of DEI’s current events and best practices to adapt them to SGI’s culture and business.
• Want to leverage your leadership skills to influence change and adaptation, like actively supporting SGI’s culture, expanding your learning, and supporting your colleagues as they do.

Typically, these skills are gained through a four-year degree in a relevant field such as Business, Indigenous Studies, or Social Sciences. Ten years of experience comprised six years of leadership experience and four years of experience with increasing responsibility in monitoring, developing, and executing diversity, equity and inclusion and Indigenous relations strategies and programs with large public or private organizations. A Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional (CCIP™) designation and a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation would be considered an asset.

What else do we offer?
Our website gives a run-down of the many perks of working with us, including:

• Work-life balance: How does an additional three weeks off a year sound?
• Personal development: We invest in our employees. We provide leadership and employee training and education funding to support your self-improvement goals and keep our teams thriving.
• A positive, healthy work culture: Work culture can be the reason an employee stays or leaves a job. At SGI, we’ve worked hard to develop a culture we’re proud of. And we continue to invest in our culture to make sure that our actions (and culture) reflect our corporate values: caring, passion, innovation, and integrity.
• Awesome people: Seriously. We hire the best people, and you get to work with them. At SGI, you will find the work-family you did not know you needed.

We strive to create the kind of work environment where employees want to come to work. We’re not just a workplace but a second home, a community of individuals driven by passion and creativity. At SGI, your voice is heard, your idea is valued, and your contribution is celebrated. We foster a culture that encourages innovation and embraces diversity, where everyone’s unique strengths blend seamlessly. If SGI and this opportunity appeal to you, we look forward to seeing your application!
To learn more about this position, check out the full job description. There, you’ll find all requirements and accountabilities in greater detail.
Diversity is a cornerstone of SGI. We believe all candidates should be given the opportunity to fully participate during the recruitment process. If you require accommodation during the recruitment process, we invite you to submit your accommodation requests to us at [email protected], and we will work through your request with you. All information received will be kept confidential.

The position closes March 21, 2024, so submit your application online by 11:59 p.m. (SK time).

Required languages: English

Education level: A four-year degree in a relevant field such as Business, Indigenous Studies, or Social Sciences

Required skills: leadership

Closest intersection: SGI Head Office

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