As a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Project Analyst, you will assist with the strategic implementation of DEI programs and learning experiences to build capability and support the maturity of strategic initiatives that foster a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace. The DEI Project Analyst will support ad-hoc initiatives and cross functional projects in a variety of formats across multiple levels and business areas.
- Support DEI projects as assigned and other select diversity, equity and inclusion projects in a collaborative manner as needed
- Create and maintain project plans, reports metrics, assist with presentations to provide status updates to all stakeholders for DEI process and initiatives
- Collaborate with the Vice President of DEI in the evaluation to track and analyze DEI workforce data in support of DEI strategies
- Collaborate with the Vice President of DEI on the review and updating of policies, practices, and various collateral internally and externally to support and drive DEI initiatives and objectives
- Coordinate and interpret DEI data, reporting and analytics including preparation and responses to industry DEI surveys
- Conduct and interpret ongoing research on DEI trends and best practices as needed and recommends enhancements and continuous improvement processes with an eye on DEI analysis and reporting
- Manage program administration activities for DEI programs (incl. scheduling/hosting meetings, vendor management, etc.)
Education and Experience:
- BS/BA degree required; degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, business, or related field preferred
- Experience in Financial Services is preferred but not required
- Minimum of 5 years professional experience as a specialist or analyst, or project or program analyst/manager (experience in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is a plus)
Knowledge and Skills:
- Project and program management including project design and implementation, stakeholder management, and communications planning.
- Analytical skills and expert-level knowledge in using MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams)
- Experience applying program effectiveness tools, surveys and metrics
- Ability to be a forward-thinker, operate with a continuous improvement mindset and have strong process-driven and facilitation skills
- Strong public speaking and group facilitation skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills; strong business writing skills required
- Experience working with vendors and managing vendor relationships
This role will be hybrid, the individual will work approximately three days per week in-office. Individuals hired to work for a team/manager based in our Philadelphia Corporate Headquarters will be required to show proof of vaccination per our Philadelphia Corporate Headquarters’ policy.
Janney is dedicated to promoting and supporting diversity within our workplace. We provide an environment that promotes respect, integrity, teamwork, achievement and acceptance regardless of age, disability, education, gender, gender expression, gender identity, job level, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, pregnancy, race, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or other protected factors. Janney is committed to equal employment opportunities and providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with physical and/or mental disabilities.
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- Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, 1717 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America