Head of Inclusion
£59,000 - £61,000 per year
London Office/Remote Worker
Equality isn’t just a buzz word! We have a unique opportunity for an experienced Head of Inclusion to shape Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at Scope.
Our vision is to be an outstandingly diverse place to work. We have Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at the heart of everything we do.
We have more than a passion about doing the right thing, it’s the bedrock of who we are and how we get things done.
This is a place where we support you to bring your whole self to work, and we totally get it if you’re not ready to do that yet. We give you the space to be yourself.
We’ve built strong foundations to develop our EDI strategy. Now we want to take it further to make sure Scope is an industry leader in Inclusion. And we have the commitment and investment from our Trustees, and senior leaders, to make our vision a reality.
Scope will be the place where diversity flourishes. Where we have a thoughtful and sustainable inclusive culture that reflects the communities we serve. A place where we have open and honest conversations about discrimination and how we combat it.
We seek to support our suppliers and partners with their journeys in being inclusive and anti-racist.
We will use our diversity data and co-production expertise to understand what inclusive design means for everyone. We will shape our organisation to exceed expectations.
To take us to the next level we are looking to grow our Inclusion Team with a new Head of Inclusion. To enable Scope to be the place where everyone wants to work. Where everyone feels included and supported to deliver everyday equality for Britain’s 14 million disabled people.
Because we are a disability charity, we want more disabled people to work at Scope. We fully support 'reasonable adjustments' and seek to do even more to be inclusive, ensuring everyone has everything they need to do their job.
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We encourage applications from underrepresented groups including people in BAME and LGBTQ+ communities.