We are looking for an experienced Equity, Diversity, Justice, and Inclusion (EDJI) Programme Manager support the delivery and monitoring of our organisational EDJI action plan, an ambitious programme of work which will enable us to fulfil our ambition of becoming a truly inclusive and actively anti-discriminatory organisation. Our goal is to ensure that the RSC is a safe, welcoming, and inclusive space for audiences, colleagues, artists, and collaborators.
This new role will focus on coordinating, monitoring, and embedding all elements of EDJI work across our organisation, making lasting cultural change and ensuring we continue to evolve our practice. We need someone with a clear commitment to EDJI, together with knowledge and experience of delivering best practice in this specialist area. The successful candidate will connect the RSC to external networks and enable us to amplify the voices of those with lived experience of marginalisation and/or discrimination. Working pan-organisationally, you will engage, motivate, and encourage everyone working at the RSC to play their part in making the company an inclusive and safe organisation.
Whilst this post is advertised as a permanent position, it can be offered on a fixed term basis, depending on the successful candidate’s preferences, the duration of which would be a minimum of 24 months. The position is based in the HR department in Stratford-upon-Avon, with some home working and travel to other sites as necessary.
For more information and to apply, please click this link https://careers.rsc.org.uk/jobs/vacancy/766/Arts%20Council%20England/detail
We welcome all applications, and as an organisation we are committed to building a diverse workforce which reflects a wide range of backgrounds and lived experiences.
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