Regional DI Partner Director CSI
Responsible for oversight of guidelines, policies, and programs regarding diversity. Ensures corporatewide awareness and the successful integration of diversity concepts and culture throughout the organization. Develops and implements programs to improve diversity in the workplace.
At Intel, the path to create a more inclusive and responsible workplace, industry and world is embedded in our purpose. As a company we are committed to creating a better world through the power of our technology, our global scale and the expertise and passion of our employees. Diversity and Inclusion (DI) are instrumental in driving innovation and delivering strong business growth. We hold ourselves, our people, our leaders, and the industries we lead to the highest standard by creating an inclusive culture for all while advancing diversity and inclusion in the industry and beyond.
Part of the HR Corporate Social Impact (CSI) organization is the Global Diversity and Inclusion (GDI) team. The Regional DI Partner team exists as a part of GDI and provides a global voice into strategy and solution development as well as enabling geos to build an environment of equity, inclusion and belonging globally that attracts, retains, and grows diverse talent in support of Intel's growth ambitions and RISE Inclusion 2030 goals.
Primary responsibilities for this position include:
- Providing a strong global voice to CSI Leadership Team, ensuring that our DI strategy and portfolio of solutions represent regional needs.
- Creating and executing DI strategies for Greater Asia (GAR), Greater European (GER) and Latin America / Canada (LARC) regions in tight alignment with Global Business HR and Business Unit (BU) priorities.
- Leading a team of Regional DI partners who act as regional subject matter experts in support of achieving our corporate DI goals.
- Scaling DI solutions globally, ensuring consistency where possible while recognizing and responding to regional variation.
- Supporting IDM 2.0 expansions in regions through targeted DI strategies and programs.
- Participating in key project teams as the work requires (e.g., Social Crisis Response Team, RISE 2030 Inclusion Team)
- Having a deep understanding of both internal and external landscape, addressing the biggest regional challenges, and co-creating solutions to solve for them.
- Representing CSI internally in Country BHR meetings.
- Representing Intel and acting as DI spokesperson externally (e.g., media, investors, speaking engagements).
- Ensuring compliance in regional reporting requirements and legislation.
Achieving this will require:
- Managing a complex global set of stakeholders, influencing at multiple levels, and partnering to get work done.
- Thinking in both verticals and horizontals to ensure that programs and best practices can be applied across countries while still being tailored for the unique needs of each country and ensuring that corporate offerings are made available in all applicable countries.
- Proactively sourcing research, benchmarking data, and pulsing our industry peers to identify global and regional best practices.
- Deep understanding of diversity and inclusion data globally, and the historical/contemporary nuances of regional representation and inclusion.
- External, executive presence and ability to present on Intel's global diversity and inclusion work with key external stakeholders.
- Strategic thinking, balanced with an eye for detail and a focus on results.
- Managing cross-culturally and developing talent equally across locations and cultures.
- Building and sustaining a high-performing inclusive team.
- Able to analyze data and pull-out insights to make decisions.
- Collaborating across HR to co-create and implement solutions to DI challenges.
- Ensuring discipline, integrity, and operational excellence in every aspect of the work.
Minimum qualifications are required to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
- Minimum 10 years of HR experience or in related fields
- At least 5 years of experience in a senior diversity and inclusion role based outside of the U.S.
- Proven track record in effectively partnering and influencing business leaders to deliver the right outcomes.
- Experience delivering solutions globally in a highly matrixed environment.
- Flexibility in working hours to accommodate global time zones. The role requires an overlap with U.S. working hours.
- HR candidates will be prioritized for the hiring process.
Requirements listed would be obtained through a combination of industry-relevant job experience, internship experiences and or schoolwork/classes/research.