People Delivery Manager, DIB/L&D

People Delivery Manager, DIB/L&D

  • London
  • People

At Improbable, we’re bringing together technology and games to create new opportunities and experiences. In order to achieve this, we need unique perspectives from diverse people, empowered to revolutionise how online games are made, delivered and paid for.

We believe one of the biggest, most impactful changes to the way we live our lives is going to come from the medium of games. Realising new communities, societies and vocations through virtual worlds is what drives our people and gives them purpose.

Your Mission

This role is the vital enabler for all the initiatives within our People Architecture team, with a primary focus on Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging and Learning. Reporting into the Head of Leadership Development and Learning, you will have a company-wide remit to enhance the support available to employees. 

This role requires two significant skill sets, both of which are critical for the job:

Operational Planning and Administration. Sitting within People Architecture, this role will have day to day responsibility for tracking and reporting on the delivery of all our DIB and Learning initiatives, most of which have a company-wide reach and C-suite level engagement.

Relevant Subject Knowledge. DIB is a complex area and can touch many sensitive issues. Whilst you don’t need to be an expert on DIB, the role holder will be someone who demonstrates a good understanding of the key challenges and opportunities within the field of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging.

Areas For Impact

  • You’ll support the coordination and implementation of our Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIB) strategy and learning initiatives (spanning mentoring, recruitment, data monitoring, learning events, volunteering and representation in Games). 
  • You’ll coordinate People Architecture-specific workstreams, ensuring the project plans are followed, and liaise regularly with stakeholders for status, reporting, risks and challenges; 
  • Working with the Head of Leadership you’ll prepare reports on DIB and learning initiatives supplying weekly updates with respective teams;
  • You’ll analyse DIB data, and conduct research into risks and opportunities in the DIB arena; 
  • You’ll serve as a connection point to our DIB Network Groups (i.e. Women’s advocacy and LGBTQ+ groups as well as any new ones) to maximize resources, where appropriate. 

  • You’ll coordinate regular comms for D&I/L&D and where required for our performance review cycles; 
  • Where required, you’ll coordinate our performance review and feedback cycle, with a potential to extend to compensation;

We'd like to hear from you if you identify with the following

  • Evidence of high quality planning expertise. You don’t need to have a Prince2 qualification, but project management experience is important.
  • Pride yourself on being the “go to” person for anything related to logistics and coordination
  • you get a lot of satisfaction from “getting stuff done”, taking lists of actions and to-do's
  • You have an eye for detail, especially an ability to review internal communications in collaboration with others, and receive and offer feedback
  • Experience utilizing relevant data analysis methods (using platforms such as Peakon and spreadsheet software). You don’t need to be a whizz at Excel, but you’ll be able to handle, pivot tables for example. 
  • Have an understanding/experience of key issues and opportunities in the Diversity, Inclusion and belonging arena. 
Nb: While we think the above experience could be important, we can’t predict the future and so we’re keen to hear from applicants that believe they have valuable experience. If you identify with the team & mission, but not all of the suggestions, then please still apply!!
Equal Opportunity
The best ideas are often the least expected and require new ways of thinking; that’s why our teams at Improbable are made up of an incredible range of talented people. Improbable is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, colour, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any other legally protected status.