Employee Network Advisor - Vice President


: $144,310.00 - $144,310.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Executive Management

Loading some great jobs for you...

Morgan Stanley's Office of Diversity and Inclusion provides thought leadership, tools and resources to help the Firm achieve its goals of attracting, recruiting and advancing a diverse group of employees with a focus on under-represented groups, and to help drive an overall culture of inclusion at the Firm.Role SummaryThe Firm's Employee Affinity Groups are company-sponsored groups designed to support community building and retention of employees. These groups also support the Firm's overall business, talent and diversity & inclusion objectives. This VP level role will serve as Advisor for our company-sponsored groups globally, and provide direct support to North America based groups. The Firm has 23 groups with members across North America, Europe and Asia.Key Responsibilities*Serve as the Advisor to the Firm's employee networks globally; provide direct support for North America Networks; advise and guide ideation and execution with the goal of driving a successful employee engagement network strategy.*Develop and manage a platform that enables an employee led Network model including governance, and tools and processes that support effective events planning, marketing, communications, budgeting, and related approvals.*Develop subject matter expertise on Network best practices and lead continuous efforts to innovate and increase employee engagement in the Networks.*Lead and coordinate key Firm-wide employee engagement programming including our annual heritage months and Diversity Champion Series. *Ensure that the efforts of the Networks align with the Firm's overall D&I objectives.*Partner closely with internal and external stakeholders and partners in support of the Networks.. Requirements*Exposure and involvement with HR, D&I or related people/talent functions.*Highly organized and process driven. Strong events planning and project management skills. Ability to operate effectively and deliver in a high volume, fast paced environment.*Strong consultative, communication and relationship building skills.*Ability to collaborate with, advise and influence others.*Strongly prefer knowledge of and experience with the Firm's conferences/events and sourcing/procurement functions.*Bachelor's degree.*8+ years of relevant business experience. Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services Firm providing investment banking, securities, wealth management and investment man...
Associated topics: benefit, benefit specialist, compensation, employee, hunter, interview, labor, recruiter, talent accquisition, train * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

Launch your career - Upload your resume now!

Upload your resume

Loading some great jobs for you...