Talent, Equity, and Culture Associate

Job Summary, Duties & Responsibilities
Do you enjoy working and collaborating with others? Are you an outside the box thinker? Is working in areas of justice, race equity, and inclusion a passion for you? PPL is looking for an energetic person with strong collaboration and creative skills. A person interested in engaging with culture, equity, and talent development with staff, participants, residents, and youth.

Talent, Equity, and Culture

  • Provide staff support to the Talent Equity and Culture team by coordination with Director of Equity & Learning.
  • Conduct best practices research to support activities and training materials.
  • Support HR team in their daily operations while centering race equity and people.
  • Support and attend trainings and staff engagement opportunities.
  • Support the implementation of the strategic plan by working with Vice President for Talent, Equity, and Culture.
  • Develop recruitment strategy/pipelines for Property Management and Resident Services.

Race Equity

  • Support race equity trainings, such as, Courageous Conversations About Race and Intercultural Development Inventory
  • Provide support to affinity groups, including coordinating and planning general sessions, events, and programming.
  • Work with DEI Library team to create race and cultural events monthly.
  • Support staff during resident events.

Minimum Requirements

  • Demonstrated knowledge and work in areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Passion in working with communities of color and low-income communities.
  • Interest in co-leading events and trainings.
  • Self-starter with strong time management and documentation skills; excellent verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently as well as work collaboratively.
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and good driving record.

Work Environment

  • Hybrid (60-40) work environment to be determined in collaboration with Director of Equity and Learning.
  • Opportunities for internal and external professional development.
  • Racial and ethnically diverse environment (60% of the staff identifies as Black, Indigenous, People of Color).
  • Intentional focus on staff wellness and wellbeing.


September 21st, 2023

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