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The mission of Valley Mountain Regional Center (VMRC) is to support people with developmental disabilities as they enrich their lives through choices and inclusion. VMRC is committed to securing quality, individualized services in collaboration with families and the
Valley Mountain Regional Center is hiring for full-time DEI Manager in Stockton.
VMRC provides a generous benefit package including CalPERS retirement, medical, dental and vision. 16 holidays per year and generous sick and vacation time. Flexible work environment which allows for amazing work/life balance. Work at home part of the week.
Salary: $3,495.20 – $4,684.00 bi-weekly
General Statement of Duties: The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Manager will coordinate contracted community organizers who will help develop relationships with VMRC and our targeted communities. The Manager will learn about the needs of the targeted communities to develop an effective implementation of the regional center’s ongoing Language Access and Cultural Competency (LACC) plan and the associated DEI efforts agencywide. The Manager will strategically develop and conduct community access surveys and other tools for data measurement. In working with the Community Consultants, the Manager will obtain the qualitative data through focus groups and other engagements. The DEI Manager will collect and analyze data and submit semi-annual reports of outcomes to the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS). The DEI
The DEI Manager will help us continue to operationalize our commitment to action against systemic racism, sexism, agism, ablism, and the many other ways of creating barriers to inclusion, belonging and access. The DEI Manager will be housed in the Director’s office and will be supervised by the Executive Director and supported but the agency’s department directors and staff within the director’s office. The DEI Manager will impact the overall agency performance and will touch every part of the organization and work closely and collaboratively with a wide variety of team members. This role will be an integral part of the Director’s office, working closely as a solution partner with the Managers, Senior Leadership, Board of Directors, and community partners. The DEI Manager must be a skilled community organizer, outreach professional, and committed to building social capital for people with disabilities in every community. In addition to the LACC plan the DEI Manager will design and develop enterprise wide inclusive and equitable programs, policies and will champion a company culture where every single employee belongs and thrives.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Key Responsibilities – Essential Functions
Measurement & Reporting
Minimum Position Requirements: BA/BS degree (graduate degree preferred) in Organizational Psychology, Organization Development, Organizational Development, and/or design, DEI, Human Resources (HR), Social Justice, or program management experience (with an emphasis on business partnerships, employee advocacy, employee relations, change management, or HR administration activities preferred).