Instructional Support Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training Coordinator, Consultant
ERASE Racism, Inc., a regional civil rights non-profit with an office on Long Island, NY, is seeking the services of a Diversity Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Training Coordinator Consultant to design, deliver, and drive impact through learning programs that will support organizations and school districts’ abilities to develop and embed Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Cultural competencies intended to cultivate an equitable, anti-racist culture of anti-bias, inclusiveness and belonging.
The successful candidate will thoroughly understand and embrace ERASE Racism’s mission to transform our community by eradicating structural and institutional racism and engage the public in fostering anti-racism, equity, and inclusion.
- Developing and delivering innovative, interactive, and high-quality (DEI) learning experiences for various populations, organizations, corporations, and school districts, including senior leadership, administrators, and C-Suite Executives.
- Creating and designing DEI training curriculum, participant guides, handouts, job aids, and evaluation and measurement tools, and ensuring that all materials are consistent with learning principles.
- Constructing professional development and training for leaders to ensure they are creating an environment conducive to maximum DEI outcomes and can deeply embed DEI principles throughout their organizations.
- Producing and executing scalable trainings and programs, including virtual offerings
- Conducting follow up assessment of DEI learning experiences to evaluate and measure results, and modify content based on findings, as needed.
- Monitoring changes and governmental laws and regulations to ensure that training remains current.
- Improve the design and/or content of our offerings as necessary.
- Evaluate individual and organizational development needs to design appropriate materials.
The successful candidate will have:
- Bachelor’s degree in related field required; master’s degree preferred.
- Minimum of five (5) years of related work experience
- Experience developing and leading DEI/Cultural Competency/Organizational Change trainings and programming.
- Demonstrated expertise in content development, large and small group facilitation, and designing and delivering content via in-person and virtual settings.
- Outstanding interpersonal skills
- Exceptional written and oral communication skills
- Strong project-management skills with the ability to prioritize a multitude of tasks.
- Contemporary knowledge of current events, political contexts, and national issues
- Familiarity with inter/intra-group dialogue.
- Excellent computer skills using Microsoft Office Suite and experience utilizing social media technologies.
- Ability to act as a collaborative, strategic thinker, and expert in the DEI training space.
- Demonstrated emotional and social intelligence capabilities.
- Demonstrated cultural competence and communication skills to nurture cooperative relationships and foster courageous conversations to unify the community around an enduring strategic vision for the dignity of all.
- Demonstrated ability to build credibility and relationships with individuals across all levels, departments, and geographies.
- Demonstrated ability to influence change and drive measurable impact from training.
- Ability to regularly travel to different offices to facilitate in-person workshops, largely on Long Island but may include New York City.
- Additionally, they will learn and confidently facilitate existing workshop content.
About ERASE Racism: ERASE Racism is a regional, civil rights nonprofit organization based on Long Island. It works to eliminate barriers to racial equity by primarily addressing the interrelated issues of fair housing enforcement, access to affordable housing in high opportunity areas, and quality public school education for Black and Latino families and children. Related issues include fostering equitable community engagement and empowerment and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training.
Compensation: ERASE Racism offers a competitive consultant rate
Location: We operate as a hybrid workplace to ensure consultants can create a work-life harmony that best fits them. Consultant must have availability to facilitate periodic sessions outside of regular business hours (e.g., Saturday workshops).
How to Apply: ERASE Racism is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people of color, women, persons with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. Incomplete applications will not be considered.