Inclusion Analyst

Job Type:
Business Transformation
Job reference:
13 days ago

Role: Inclusion Analyst

Areas: Global Diversity & Inclusion, Human Resources

Location: Hybrid - Canary Wharf

Salary: Competitive

Start date: September 2024

End date: August 2025

For: Placement year undergraduates or graduating 2024 and working towards a master's degree in 2025.

Are you seeking a role that embraces diversity and inclusion and allows you to contribute to fostering an inclusive workforce?

This industrial placement will give you the opportunity to develop your skills, broaden your network and gain valuable experiences within the Global Diversity & Inclusion team and the wider Human Resources function. You will support the Global D&I team on a wide range of initiatives across many different diversity strands.

The Inclusion Analyst placement is a paid 11-month fixed contract open to placement year undergraduates or recent graduates between undergraduate and postgraduate level (e.g., those working towards a master's degree).

What you can expect

On our competitively paid Industrial Placement, you will complete a 11-month placement located in our Canary Wharf office, which will be in combination with hybrid working. You will gain exposure across the business to build your knowledge of how we work collaboratively to deliver on the Group's inclusion strategy, you will work right at the source of the global Inclusion strategy and across different diversity strands.

What you'll do

  • You will be working within the Global D&I team as a valued member and be asked to contribute on range of different areas, including:
  • Work alongside the Global D&I team to deliver our goals and key priorities.
  • Supporting the Head of Inclusion in developing, embedding, and maintaining of overall strategy and risk controls.
  • Supporting the global D&I communication initiatives
  • Delivering activities to support the wider business meet its regulatory requirements.
  • Providing business support such as minute taking, preparing meeting packs and briefing documents and following up
  • Desk-based research to build our knowledge of external best practice and D&I initiatives.
  • Managing senior stakeholders' engagement, ensuring a consistent understanding of action status, risks and issues and key D&I outcomes.
  • Become experienced with various diversity strands, including asian heritage, black heritage, female senior representation, disability, and socioeconomic mobility.
  • Understand how our D&I agenda relates to human resources and the wider bank.

Who you are

This role is open to students from degree backgrounds it may be of particular interest to students who aspire to have a career in human resources. Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

Here are some qualities we look for:

  • You aspire to have a career within D&I or human resources.
  • We're international and we are looking for people who want to take advantage of our global network.
  • You're creative, curious, and not afraid to ask questions or admit when you don't know something.
  • You ponder the big questions with a critical eye that's looking to solve problems and make improvements.
  • You're a networker who builds trusted relationships, works well with different groups of people, and enjoys being part of a team.
  • When situations change you adapt quickly, take on new challenges and get it done!
  • You have a good eye for detail and a mind for analysing data will help you thrive from the start. But it's equally important that you understand your clients so and want to help them make the best decisions.
  • You aspire to have a career within D&I or human resources.


  • Available to work full-time from September 2024 to August 2025
  • Hybrid working - encouraged to travel to the office approximately twice per week.
  • Open to a four-day per week working contract
  • Studying or have studied in a subject related to D&I, behavioural science or human resources.
  • Currently in your penultimate year of study expecting to graduate in 2025 or between undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
  • Obtained, or expected to achieve, a 2:1 Degree classification / 3.2 GPA or higher or overseas equivalent to this.
  • Fluent in English.

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