At Fluor, we are proud to design and build projects and careers. This requires teams that are as unique as the projects we execute. We are committed to fostering a work environment that embraces Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) for all so our employees and stakeholders benefit from the creative solutions derived as a result of embracing differences.
This is a global Director position which can be performed from any Fluor global office. Remote work may be an option. The position relates to the advancement of Fluor goals to create a workplace where everyone is welcome, feels heard, valued, respected and has equal opportunities to grow. The position is a key role within Fluor’s through Office of Inclusion. The work requires an understanding and knowledge of the basis of Inclusion as a function and of Fluor’s Inclusion Impact Pillars. It requires the ability to coordinate and lead events on a global basis across Fluor offices and to work collaboratively with the Office of Corporate Affairs, the HR Leadership Team, HR’s Data Management team, Employee Resource Groups and Inclusion Councils associated with Fluor’s Inclusion framework. The position requires consistent exercise of discretion and independent judgment with respect to confidential matters.
This position reports directly to the Executive Director of Inclusion. The role includes responsibility for the coordination and completion of deliverables to support our Employee Resource Groups, Inclusion Councils and other organizations with related responsibilities. Duties include reviewing Employee Resource Group and Inclusion Council applications and charters for approval, collaborating on content for the Inclusion community pages, supporting the delivery of global Inclusion strategy and at Fluor and supporting both the internal and external communication of messages, events and focus areas. It may also require representing Fluor and the Office of Inclusion at external events.
Principal Job Duties & Responsibilities
• Communicate and work collaboratively within the context of a globally diverse environment across the main offices where Fluor is performing work and advancing Inclusion.
• Support HR Business Partners, Employee Resource Group Leads and Inclusion Council Leads.
• Interface with Fluor’s Employment Law department to ensure compliance with country specific regulatory requirements.
• Provide solutions for specific Inclusion related focus areas or areas of challenge in accordance with the Office of Inclusion guidelines.
• Administer internal and external Inclusion surveys, collection of results and analysis of data and provide feedback. Conduct research as required to support initiatives. Working with the HR Workforce Analytics team, assist with the coordination of statistical data, reports and analysis provided to the Executive Director and CHRO to inform and guide data driven decisions.
• Contribute to the Inclusion internal and external communications strategy and internal DE&I calendar and develop communications, reports and other content for internal and external audiences.
• Work with Fluor University to develop and implement Inclusion training.
• Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner, set priorities and meet deadlines
• Work across time zones on a virtual basis, to manage a global portfolio.
• Meet internal expectations on attendance, participation, punctuality and quality.
• Represent the Office of Inclusion from time to time on related matters based on Fluor’s Inclusion framework, including the delivery of presentations on Inclusion.
• Participate in workshops across offices, Inclusion Councils and Employee Resource Groups.
• When requested, participate in HRLT related workshops, including Balanced Slate recruitment guidelines and Affirmative Action Plans.
Job ID: 141802BR
State: North Holland
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