We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Inclusion and Wellbeing Manager to join our Responsible Business Team. We are open to this role be based from any of our UK offices outside of London.
Purpose of the role is to:
To support the HoRB, Global Inclusion Strategy Group "GISG", Wellbeing Steering Group (“WSG”) and other key stakeholders with the continuous development and implementation of the firm's global inclusion and belonging and wellbeing strategies.
The IWM will be an integral part of the RB Team, leading on areas of inclusion and belonging and wellbeing identified for internal focus including, but not limited to, race and ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and wellbeing, social mobility and gender. The IWM will work closely alongside other members of the Responsible Business team, providing support at busy times, ensuring there is consistency of approach, and providing a seamless service to the firm and its clients.
The IWM will assist with the GISG and the SUN Delivery Board (the firm's race and ethnicity initiative). The IWM will work alongside our L&D team to provide advice on inclusion and wellbeing related training programmes. The IWM will help drive engagement of staff and other stakeholders and will ensure our commitment to inclusion and belonging and wellbeing is strategically aligned to our business.
The IWM will support and champion the work of the firm’s various inclusion networks and support groups, including Female Futures, Disability & Wellbeing, Family Support, FREE (Faith, Race, Ethnicity and Equality), the LGBT+ Network, Social Mobility Champions and Inclusion Allies.
The role will also have an external focus and the IWM will be required to represent the firm as part of various networks and client consortiums. The IWM will work with clients and other external stakeholders on inclusion issues.
- Experience of undertaking a lead advisory role for 2+ years or similar
- Experience of working in a global organisation
- Experience of managing client and other external stakeholder relationships.
- Experience of designing and delivering presentations and training seminars, and leading meetings.
- Experience of successfully setting and managing budgets.
- Commercially aware with a track record for innovation and delivery of market-leading inclusion and/or wellbeing initiatives.
What can we offer you?
- Join a global, innovative and forward thinking firm;
- Agile working i.e. the opportunity to work from home, subject to diary commitments;
- 25 days annual leave entitlement and the opportunity to purchase or roll over 5 days;
- Contributory pension of up to 5%;
- Private healthcare;
- Death in service cover (4 x base salary);
- Eligibility to apply for an interest free season ticket loan, an interest free gym membership loan and/or an interest free rental deposit loan;
- Cycle to work scheme;
- Access to training and development to refresh or enhance your current skillset;
- We envisage this role being a full time position, however, we are open to considering flexible working arrangements.
For any queries or for a copy of the full job description then please contact our in-house recruiter Glenn Wilshaw. Please note we only accept CVs that are logged on the Recruitment portal.
At Pinsent Masons we value diversity and inclusion. We are committed to creating a better workplace where all our talent can succeed and feel like they belong. We want to attract, retain and develop people at all levels and encourage applications from all suitably qualified candidates whatever your ethnicity, religion, age, physical or mental disability/ long term condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or any other characteristics protected by local law in the jurisdictions in which we operate.
Champion change, promote progress and enable everyone, to make business work better for people.
Our purpose informs everything we do. In combination with our code and values it gives us a clear direction for how we can make business work better for people for you, our colleagues, our clients and the wider community.
As part of the firm's HR strategy we are committed to being supportive about flexible working patterns and consider it important that we allow all individuals the opportunity to take advantage of flexible working should they wish to and if the firm can accommodate it. At application stage our recruitment team are happy to discuss what flexibility is required and will always have open and honest conversations with the hiring team to agree what works for you and the business.
We are a truly agile firm and believe work is something we do and not somewhere we go. Agile workers may work from any location – including but not necessarily from home. They may also break up their working day to enable them to take time out for caring, family or other interests and responsibilities, before completing their work outside traditional, 'core' office hours.
In 2021 we introduced a Carers Policy to help support individuals in the business with significant caring responsibilities, allowing up to five days paid carers leave per year on top of the standard holiday allowance.
- Flexible working policy
- Agile working policy
- Carers Leave policy
- At senior support level, you are entitled to private healthcare for you and your immediate family
- Employee Assistance Programme provides lots of useful information on looking after your health and wellbeing of you and your family
- Access to a savings platform to get discounts and offers from some of the UK's most popular retailers and attractions.
- Family Matters support network
- Maternity/ Paternity leave
- Global Family Leave (new in 2022) offering new parents – whether expecting or adopting – 16 weeks of paid leave up to the child’s first birthday, for parents of any gender, regardless of where you are based.