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Diversity and Inclusion Program Manager

 

 

 



Diversity and Inclusion Program Manager

Performance Profile

Position Summary

The Diversity and Inclusion Program Manager will be responsible for assisting with the implementation and execution of programs policies, and processes supporting the Bank’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI), including but not limited to the Bank’s supplier diversity program, and assisting in the creation and implementation of appropriate measurement tools. The role will report to the Director of the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion and serve as the supplier diversity representative on the Bank’s OMWI Committee.

 

Organization Overview

As an intermediary between global capital markets and local lenders, FHLBank Pittsburgh provides readily available liquidity, as well as affordable housing and community development opportunities, to member financial institutions in Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The billions we lend to members every day are powered by a small tight-knit workforce focused on the Bank’s mission to enhance our members’ business and vitalize communities.

Primary Success Factors

 

Supplier Diversity

  • Manages the Bank’s supplier diversity program, which includes assessing opportunities to diversify spend; implementing best practices in supplier diversity; identifying and researching qualified diverse suppliers; introducing diverse suppliers to the Bank; ensuring compliance with Bank’s OMWI and supplier diversity policies and procedures, including procedures for considering diverse suppliers; identifying opportunities for process enhancements; representing the Bank in regional supplier diversity councils; and tracking outreach activity.
  • Manages the diverse supplier database and associated administration processes, including qualifying vendors and business unit awareness of vendors, and works collaboratively with Bank’s Vendor Management Office to ensure integrity of workflows to other related systems such as ProcessUnity and JD Edwards.
  • Partners with functional subject matter experts across the Bank to ensure adequate representation at supplier diversity outreach events and increase the Bank’s visibility throughout our district.
  • Represents the OMWI in Bank-wide and System-wide working groups focused on supplier diversity.
  • Works collaboratively with Bank’s Vendor Management Office, provides recommendations for aligning Vendor Management Office policies with applicable OMWI policies and guidance, and develops processes to support the Bank’s supplier diversity program.
  • Assists with creating and conducting training and awareness activities to educate all Bank employees about the Bank’s OMWI and supplier diversity policies and procedures.

 

Program Evaluation and Reporting

  • Prepares correspondence and reports for management, applicable committees or working groups, and FHFA in accordance with regulatory guidance.
  • Translates data results into written reports, tables, graphs and charts to convey information to management and FHFA.
  • Creates and maintains metrics and performs quantitative, statistical and comparative analysis to evaluate implementation and effectiveness of activities supporting the Bank’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan and facilitate risk management and monitoring.
  • Conducts research and analysis to provide insight on the Bank’s performance trends and benchmarks the Bank’s performance using publicly available industry and System data.

 

General OMWI Support

  • Assists in collaborating with functional subject matter experts across the Bank to improve overall strategic and operational performance.
  • Assists in the annual review and refinement of current policies and procedures that support the OMWI and diversity and inclusion. 
  • Works collaboratively with Bank’s Marketing and Communications group to prepare diversity-related communications.
  • Tracks, monitors and maintains all expenses related to the Bank’s OMWI budget.
  • As needed, supports outreach activities in the areas of Human Resources, Community Investment, Capital Markets and Board Diversity.

Required Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field

  • Advanced degree in public policy, economics, business or statistics preferred

  • 5-7 years of related experience in a regulated environment

  • Supplier diversity outreach and program management, procurement, vendor management and/or government contracting experience

  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, with the ability to establish and maintain relationships with diverse partners internally and externally

  • Strong written and oral communication, presentation, analytical and project management skills

  • Ability to work independently and collaborate effectively at all levels of the Bank

  • Demonstrated creative/innovative approach to program development and problem solving

  • Demonstrated research, analysis and data-collection skills

  • High level of attention to detail and accuracy; curiosity about data and findings

  • Advanced mastery of MS Office, including Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint

 

 

 

 


  
 
 
  
  
 


 

 






Diversity and Inclusion Program
Manager

Performance Profile

Position Summary

The
Diversity and Inclusion Program Manager will be responsible for assisting with
the implementation and execution of programs policies, and processes supporting
the Bank’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI), including but not
limited to the Bank’s supplier diversity program, and assisting in the creation
and implementation of appropriate measurement tools. The role will report to
the Director of the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion and serve as the
supplier diversity representative on the Bank’s OMWI Committee.

 

Organization Overview


As an intermediary between global capital markets and
local lenders, FHLBank Pittsburgh provides readily available liquidity, as well
as affordable housing and community development opportunities, to member
financial institutions in Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The
billions we lend to members every day are powered by a small tight-knit
workforce focused on the Bank’s mission to enhance our members’ business and
vitalize communities.

Primary Success Factors

 

Supplier Diversity


Manages the Bank’s supplier diversity program, which includes
assessing opportunities to diversify spend; implementing best practices in
supplier diversity; identifying and researching qualified diverse
suppliers; introducing diverse suppliers to the Bank; ensuring compliance
with Bank’s OMWI and supplier diversity policies and procedures, including
procedures for considering diverse suppliers; identifying opportunities
for process enhancements; representing the Bank in regional supplier
diversity councils; and tracking outreach activity.
Manages the diverse supplier database and associated
administration processes, including qualifying vendors and business unit
awareness of vendors, and works collaboratively with Bank’s Vendor
Management Office to ensure integrity of workflows to other related
systems such as ProcessUnity and JD Edwards.
Partners
with functional subject matter experts across the
Bank to ensure adequate
representation at supplier diversity outreach events and increase the
Bank’s visibility throughout our district.
Represents the OMWI in Bank-wide and System-wide
working groups focused on supplier diversity.
Works collaboratively
with Bank’s Vendor Management Office, provides recommendations for
aligning Vendor Management Office policies with applicable OMWI policies
and guidance, and develops processes to support the Bank’s supplier
diversity program.
Assists with creating and conducting training and
awareness activities to educate all Bank employees about the Bank’s OMWI
and supplier diversity policies and procedures.


 

Program
Evaluation and Reporting


Prepares correspondence and reports for
management, applicable committees or working groups, and FHFA in
accordance with regulatory guidance.
Translates data results
into written reports, tables, graphs and charts to convey information to
management and FHFA.
Creates and maintains metrics and
performs quantitative,
statistical and comparative analysis to evaluate implementation and
effectiveness of activities supporting the Bank’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan and facilitate risk
management and monitoring.
Conducts
research and analysis to provide insight on the Bank’s performance trends
and benchmarks the Bank’s performance using publicly available industry
and System data.


 

General OMWI
Support


Assists
in collaborating with functional subject matter experts across the Bank to
improve overall strategic and operational performance.
Assists in the
annual review and refinement of current policies and procedures that support the
OMWI and diversity and inclusion. 
Works collaboratively with Bank’s Marketing
and Communications group to prepare diversity-related communications.
Tracks, monitors and maintains all
expenses related to the Bank’s OMWI budget.
As needed, supports
outreach activities in the areas of Human Resources, Community Investment,
Capital Markets and Board Diversity.


Required
Experience

Bachelor’s
degree in a related field Advanced degree in public policy,
economics, business or statistics preferred5-7 years of related
experience in a regulated environment Supplier diversity
outreach and program management, procurement, vendor management and/or
government contracting experience Strong interpersonal and
leadership skills, with the ability to establish and maintain relationships
with diverse partners internally and externallyStrong written and oral communication, presentation,
analytical and project management skillsAbility to work
independently and collaborate effectively at all levels of the BankDemonstrated
creative/innovative approach to program development and problem solvingDemonstrated research,
analysis and data-collection skillsHigh
level of attention to detail and accuracy; curiosity about data and findingsAdvanced
mastery of MS Office, including Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint