Friday, September 11, 2015

12847: The Value Of Diversity.

The actual job listing below is seeking an Internal Communications Manager of Inclusion and Diversity for a global professional services firm. The pay is a whopping $35-40 per hour, which shows the true value of inclusion and diversity. And you can work remotely, meaning delegating diversity doesn’t even warrant a cubicle. Oh, and the requirements do not include having any experience managing inclusion and diversity. The position must be with a White advertising agency.


Paladin is recruiting for a freelance Internal Communications Manager, Inclusion & Diversity with a global, professional services firm. This is expected to be a six-month assignment to cover for a maternity leave, and can be done completely remotely. The Internal Communications Manager role is a phenomenal opportunity to work at a globally-recognized firm and help facilitate and strategize on inclusion and diversity initiatives. The ideal Internal Communications Manager candidate will have internal comms experience within an enterprise-level environment, preferably in professional services.

Role: Internal Communications Manager, Inclusion & Diversity

Job Type: Contract (W2); Remote/Work from Home

Duration: October-March, potential for extension

Location: Candidates in the Central or Eastern time zones are preferred

Hourly Rate: $35-$40/hour, depending on experience


• Drive internal communications, including messaging, visual identity, print/digital collateral, internal portal publishing, and other activities

• Manage the Inclusion & Diversity presence on corporate web pages and intranet sites

• Prepare communication toolkits for marketing colleagues to communicate effectively with stakeholders regarding various cross-cultural and ethnic diversity segments

• Support the planning efforts for International Women’s Day

• Support leadership development and global internal communications


• Strong writing and editing skills (samples required)

• Proven experience with communication strategy planning and message development

• Experience managing external agencies and vendors

• Understanding and ability to deliver communication metrics reporting

• Ability to manage multiple projects and stakeholder expectations

• Basic web/HTML design, as well as an eye for disruptive design is a plus

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It would be easier if they called diversity positions like this, inside or outside ad agencies, by their real name:


Someone who is there to add color without playing in the game, not affect the final score or numbers whatsoever, and occasionally take a hit for the team just by virtue of standing on the sidelines.