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Senior Engagement Wellbeing and D&I Consultant

Salary: £68000 - £75000 per annum

Location: London

Job Type: Permanent

Posted: 20/06/2019

Job Ref: 480104545

Senior Engagement, Wellbeing and D&I Consultant

London – Central

Salary of c. £75,000 per annum plus car allowance and additional benefits


NetworkHR are delighted to be working alongside a highly reputable and well regarded (re)insurer who, due to constant evolution is now seeking a Senior Engagement, Wellbeing and Diversity & Inclusion Consultant to join them on site in Central London.

The role of Senior Engagement, Wellbeing and D&I Consultant is a newly defined position for the organisation and as such, will allow the successful candidate to make a real impact on an organisation that has already introduced the concept of change and development, in turn presenting the post holder with a captive audience.


If successful, you will be responsible for developing the full Wellbeing, D&I strategy from start to finish to then roll out across the business on a global remit. It will fall under this Consultant's responsibility to inspire the workforce which, is widespread globally and so will require this individual to be able to demonstrate a coordinated approach and the ability to tie together a disparate workforce.

• Liaising daily with global executive committee and senior leadership team using a variety of communication channels

• Ensuring a blend of strategic thinking and strategy planning – putting together realistic deliverables and objectives in relation to deadlines

• Build a strong working relationship with PR, events teams, marketing, IT, communications and additional third parties

• Develop the strategy, increase engagement of the agenda, identify key quick-wins and prioritise initial changes

It is critical to the success of this project that the post holder is able to deliver messages in a positive and impactful manner by utilising influencing skills and stakeholder management expertise.


• Must be a strategic thinking who can demonstrate an ability to deliver on their agenda

• Strong and unrivalled knowledge and expertise in Wellbeing and ED&I

• Prior exposure to working within a large, global financial services organisation will be advantageous

• Ability to work autonomously and be a self-starter

• A strong credibility to guide and advise ExCo and SLT members

• Prior experience acting as an integral part of decision making

• Global exposure would be advantageous


• Experience of using GLINT would be highly desirable

• Strong written communication skills

• Confident presenter

• Adept in utilising various tools of promoting and assessing Employee Engagement

• Collate and interpret data

If this role is of interest please don't hesitate to email your interest across to or apply following this link.

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