Assistant Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

  • Beth Israel Lahey Health
  • Cambridge, MA, USA
  • Nov 02, 2021
Full Time Administration/Operations

Job Description

Beth Israel Lahey Health has an excellent opportunity for you to direct and execute its diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies to achieve its vision to “transform care delivery by dismantling barriers to equitable health outcomes and become the premier health system to attract, retain and develop diverse talent."

Reporting directly to the Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer (CDEIO), you will work independently and in close partnership with physician and staff leadership, the DEI council, and local DEI champions across the system to affect measurable DEI change across people, patients, and community. Playing a leadership role in developing and implementing BILH community investment strategies to address wealth inequality in marginalized communities across our service area, you will work in close collaboration with VP of Community Benefits and Community Relations to meet community health needs, through focused investments in disaffected communities. You will also work closely with the VP of Supply Chain to establish a supplier including program, policies, and systems infrastructure as well as with marketing and communications to develop DEI communications strategy, including DEI web page and social media strategy.

As a skilled change agent who can quickly understand the current state and is capable of paving new ways to achieve non-traditional results through innovation, transformation, and calculated risk-taking, ideal candidates will also have:

  •  A minimum of eight years of relevant work experience in DEI and/or organizational development
  • Experience working in large, highly complex organizations, preferably provider systems
  • Experience leading large transformation initiatives, with strong program management and consulting expertise
  • Experience in change management, data analysis, organizational leadership/development
  • Demonstrated ability to translate DEI into business results, in alignment with financial/ P&L objectives
  • Ability to build a highly effective team and able to develop and coach staff

A great place to live and work.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits program that begin on day one of employment.  Cambridge offers an urban feel with lots of restaurants, bars, coffee shops and parks, and is one of the best places to live in the United States – in fact, Niche ranks it 5th in the nation. Learn more about this exciting opportunity today.

Learn more and apply online.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans.

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree
  • A minimum of eight years of relevant work experience in DEI and/or organizational development
  • Experience working in large, highly complex organizations, preferably provider systems
  • Experience leading large transformation initiatives, with strong program management and consulting expertise
  • Experience in change management, data analysis, organizational leadership/development
  • Demonstrated ability to translate DEI into business results, in alignment with financial/ P&L objectives
  • Ability to build a highly effective team and able to develop and coach staff