Having written covered the news of Wizards of the Coast putting a prejudice warning on some old D&D products and sharing homebrew stats for a magic wheelchair in D&D, I’ve spent the following days deleting abusive comments from gammon convinced that, as a result, someone is going take their D&D collection away from. I can testify that only mentioning “Diversity”, and “D&D” together becomes a fulltime job.
Perhaps Wizards of the Coast agree, they’ve found the cash to hire a for Senior Manager Diversity Equity & Inclusion.
Want to take this chance to work for WotC? You’d need to quality;
Are you an experienced Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Leader (DE&I) who seeks to build fun, innovative organizations, where people can come to work and bring their whole selves?
Are there many experienced DE&I leaders in the tabletop gaming space? I hadn’t heard the phrase until yesterday. You’ll need at least 7 years of human resource experience.
What will you do? The job listing explains;
- Partner with Wizards’ Leadership to improve our strategic DE&I plan & identify new opportunities to integrate and amplify diverse perspectives within our processes and products.
- Deliver learning experiences to develop leaders, managers and employees in an equitable fashion that builds a more inclusive environment.
- Collaborate with Talent Acquisition to build internal and external partnerships that help attract and amplify under-represented perspectives.
- Create and moderate safe spaces for honest and practical dialogue around DE&I while challenging conventional wisdom.
- Evaluate and report the effectiveness of our diversity activities and their impact on both culture and business results.
- Research, design, and implement best-in-class industry DE&I practices to support an inclusive environment, where employees bring their full selves to work.
- Support and empower our outstanding Employee Resource Groups, helping them deliver their goals while growing the feedback loop to WOTC leadership.
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