DEI Business Partner
Location: San Francisco, California
Job Type: Full time
Be brave, not perfect.
- Reshma Saujani
Working at Atlassian
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We're searching for an experienced Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Business Partner to help translate our DEI strategy across the business. We believe in the power of diversity, we aim for nothing short of equity for every Atlassian, and we are committed to an authentic culture of inclusion where everyone can thrive.
Reporting to the Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, this is an ideal role for someone with deep DEI subject matter expertise in best practices and the latest research, and the ability to coach leaders and employees across levels on how to translate our companywide DEI strategy into tangible action tailored to specific business functions.
- Expertise in DEI: You will translate the latest in global DEI research trends, data insights, and frameworks to co-design programs across the employee lifecycle.
- Advising your designated business functions: You will partner with DEI to support your designated business functions and coach their leaders according to our strategy.
In your first year at Atlassian, you will have:
- Worked with several business groups to help identify/diagnose main DEI opportunity areas, designed and begun implementing recommended solutions that are aligned with the overall DEI strategy.
- Embed our "Pod" support model, consisting of Talent Acquisition, Talent, Total Rewards, People Analytics, Employee Relations, HRBP, and Program Manager partners.
- Helped solidify the direction of Atlassian's foundational DEI team as we grow.
- Leader with a point of view: you study trends in the global DEI space, monitor current events, and apply that insight to strategy.
- Communicator and concept translator: you can translate complex and intersectional topics and terms into accessible language, customized to the needs of your functional groups. You collaborate with others to thoughtfully push for progress.
- Data insights: you are comfortable using data to identify causes of DEI challenges, design data-driven solutions, and help measure progress.
- Strong program manager: can manage projects end-to-end, driving review of programs from concept to launch in a constantly evolving environment.
- 8+ years total of combined experience which might include talent management, organizational development, program management, or recruitment.
- At least 4 years in the diversity, equity, and inclusion space (note: this does not mean you must have "DEI" in your title, but that you have extensive experience furthering equity, inclusion, and diversity - this might look like work experience in education equity or social justice work). If your qualifications look different from what we've described above, but you feel your skills are a match to the capabilities we need, please apply!
Our perks & benefits
To support you at work and play, our perks and benefits include ample time off, an annual education budget, paid volunteer days, and so much more.
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