Completed France, United Kingdom

The Company

This European headquartered multinational is a global leader in its industry, and its technology is everywhere. Constantly growing and with a true focus on empowering people and creating a connected culture, this organisation attracts top talent. Due to a recent promotion, the organisation is searching for a new Global VP Diversity & Inclusion to join the team.

The Role

Being a true multinational, there is some flexibility on where this role could be based in Europe, with London or Paris being two possibilities. Leading a global team of Diversity & Inclusion specialists, you will be responsible for developing and deploying policies and programs to foster an environment where employees from diverse backgrounds can succeed professionally. Working with senior leadership, you will help to integrate diversity practices to support equal opportunity commitments and create a business environment of respect, openness and inclusion across the wider organisation.  

The Individual

We are looking for a senior HR leader with several years’ experience in the design and implementation of diversity and inclusion initiatives within an MNC environment. Your background may also include organisational development, talent management, and employee engagement. You will have proven success in large-scale change projects within complex matrix organisations, and be able to develop compelling business cases to champion D&I programs to build understanding and alignment amongst key stakeholders.

Unless the advertisement specifies otherwise, only HR Professionals who are legally able to work in this country can be considered.

Posted on 11 Nov 2016

ChapmanCG Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

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Job function
Employee Relations
Industrial & Manufacturing
International Coverage
Global HQ
Global revenue
US$10-100 Billion
Solid report to
Global Head of Talent
Potential upsides
An excellent opportunity to step into a visible global role in a thriving, world-class environment.
Potential downsides
Highly matrixed organisation that will demand strong stakeholder management.