Qualcomm Diversity and Inclusion, Affirmative Action Program Manager in San Diego, California

Job Description:

Job Id

N1969175

Job Title

Diversity and Inclusion, Affirmative Action Program Manager

Post Date

01/13/2019

Company


Division

Qualcomm Incorporated


Human Resources

Job Area

Human Resources

Location

California - San Diego

Job Overview

As an ambassador of Qualcomm's commitment to a more inclusive and diverse workplace, this role will be responsible for program management of Qualcomms Affirmative Action Program.

Responsibilities include:

  • Managing the companys Affirmative Action Program, including drafting and revising annual Affirmative Action Plans and executing on them throughout the year

  • Completing and submitting annual reports (EEO1s, Vets 100A)

  • Building strong relationships with engineering and business leaders throughout the company, our HR organization, and employees in order to develop a deep understanding of the organization's workforce diversity, inclusiveness, and retention opportunities.

  • Partnering with and supporting key groups within HR (Business Partners, Solution Providers and Centers of Expertise) to drive programs that integrate diversity into compensation practices, performance review processes, and various management strategies.

  • Executing and delivering customized and tailored solutions for the business.

  • Communicating and operationalizing new regulatory requirements to all stakeholders.

  • Consulting on process changes across business groups and documenting end-to-end process flow.

  • Project managing the development and deployment of training that highlights the rules and regulations to which Qualcomm must adhere to successfully meet government requirements. This includes providing context of the external legal environment as well as implications to internal processes and systems.

  • Partnering with recruiting teams to understand customize recruiting and selection processes for various roles and develop training for the organizations they support.

  • Maintaining accountability for on-going data collection and reporting requirements.Tasks may include:

  • Reviewing and auditing data for reports of all employment activities

  • Managing projects related to process and system changes

  • Serving as a consultant to the talent acquisition team

  • Communicating compliance information to employees and stakeholder groups

  • Managing OFCCP audits

All Qualcomm employees are expected to actively support diversity on their teams, and in the Company.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 5+ years experience working in the areas of US HR Compliance (OFCCP) or US employment law or managing OFCCP audits and EEOC requirements

Preferred Qualifications

  • Analytical skills and ability to translate metrics, research, and trends into executable strategy

  • Experience working in a technology or high-tech organization

  • Current knowledge and experience with Department of Labor regulatory environment

  • 5 years of work experience in the diversity and inclusion space

  • Track record for delivering results through successful program design and implementation in a client-facing, change management, or consulting role

  • Track record of project management that requires attention to detail

  • 2 + years of experience using advanced features in Excel (pivot tables, V-look ups) and manipulating large data sets of over 900,000 rows of data

  • Demonstrates initiative to get work done with limited guidance

  • Experience giving presentations to all levels of staff

  • Willingness to work flexible hours as needed, including occasional travel.

Education Requirements

Required: Bachelor's Degree in Business, Human Resources, Organizational Development or a related field or equivalent experience.

Preferred: Law degree or equivalent experience in US Employment law

EEO Employer: Qualcomm is an equal opportunity employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, Veteran status, or any other protected classification.