Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Manager

  • Washington, D.C.
  • $78,814 - $105,086 USD / Year
  • This position has been filled
  • Washington, D.C.
  • $78,814 - $105,086 USD / Year
  • This position has been filled



The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Manager works in partnership with Jhpiego leaders and staff at all levels to cultivate a supportive and inclusive work environment for all our employees.  This role will be responsible for guiding Jhpiego offices in all countries to apply principles of equity and inclusion in operational policies and practices. This role will also help Jhpiego offices (US and country offices) to set and achieve meaningful and targeted goals for more equitable, diverse, and inclusive internal practices, while being considerate of country cultures and country laws. This role will facilitate and partner with stakeholders to implement Jhpiego’s safeguarding strategy, and will partner with global staff to support implementation of DEI activities across all country programs.


Diversity. Equity and Inclusion strategy and activities

  • Advise on and manage the roll out of Jhpiego’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Plan in accordance with the global frameworks and agreed country-level priorities.
  • Collaborate with Jhpiego’ s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, working within the terms of reference (TOR).
  • Collaborate with GHR and other relevant departments and country teams on ensuring inclusion, and equity, by conducting analysis of HR data and policies, ensuring recruitment and career support processes are aligned with Jhpiego values and principles.
  • Collaborate with Jhpiego’s Multi-Country Advisory Committee (MCAC) and other global internal and external bodies to understand the global and cultural perspective of Jhpiego country offices and partner in their strategy implementation.
  • Facilitate the delivery of training on and updates to equitable and inclusive recruiting, hiring, and management practices (including but not limited to anti-bias training) to HR staff and managers.
  • Collaborate with the Safety & Security Director to conduct identity-sensitive and inclusive Security Risk Assessment (SRAs) and develop effective Security Management Plans (SMPs)
  • Foster organizational culture transformation by conducting awareness-raising and training for staff, and build the capacity of managers and leaders to foster an inclusive and identity-sensitive culture and lead by example.
  • Contribute to decision-making, development & implementation of strategies & policies at US and country program level.

Gender Equality

  • Collaborate with the Gender Director to conduct trainings and workshops for staff and, when relevant, of partners to ensure the workplace is gender-sensitive, inclusive, and equitable.


  • Collaborate with HR and other relevant colleagues on the socialization and implementation of anti-harassment/ anti-sexual harassment, respect at work, and safeguarding policies (against sexual abuse and exploitation of adult and child clients, against harassment and bullying among staff, against sexual harassment of staff)
  • Facilitate the enforcement of harassment-free/ anti-sexual harassment, safeguarding, respect at work and other relevant policies.
  • Facilitate a psychologically safe working environment where employees trust and comfortable to express their opinions, contribute freely without fear of retaliation, able to engage in constructive conflict and feel empowered as assets from their diverse backgrounds.

Advocacy, Communication and Networking

  • Collaborate and work closely with Johns Hopkins University’s DEI teams.
  • Participate in and represent Jhpiego at relevant coordination structures and fora.
  • Organize, facilitate, and/or participate in DEI-related events.
  • Produce and disseminate DEI-related materials, including information about the country programs efforts and good practices.

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