The Predictive Index—the talent optimization leader—is an award-winning best place to work (Inc., Glassdoor, Boston Business Journal, The Boston Globe).

Our mission is “Better work, better world," and we take great pride in PI’s power to supercharge workplace relationships and culture to achieve the unthinkable. We are our own best-case study! You will be working toward a mission that inspires you, and you will be surrounded by fun, smart, driven people day in and day out.

There’s a reason more than 8,000 companies—including Nissan, Citizens Bank, Drift, Subway, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Docusign, and Omni Hotels—trust PI to help them hire top talent, design winning teams, and develop leaders at every level. Come discover how we empower our clients to solve their biggest challenges and make their business dreams come true.

The Predictive Index is a place where people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives collaborate on amazing, important work. We celebrate our differences, knowing that they are fundamental to our success as an organization. “Better Work, Better World,” starts here, in an organization where every member of the PI community is valued, respected, and welcome. We encourage people from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.



At PI, we recognize that we are stronger when we celebrate our differences. When we learn from our mistakes and strive to do better when we live by the words Better Work, Better World.

Yet, Better Work does not happen on its own. It takes self-awareness, and the desire and drive to change. And that change starts with a movement—Change@Work. 

Change@Work is built off three core tenets: inclusion, transparency, and employee-led action. As PI rapidly grows, we strive to foster a work environment where all employees have a strong sense of belonging and community at work.


Are you a highly organized individual with a drive for building great cultures and inclusive workplaces? We recognize DEI experience doesn't always come with a formal job title. What we're looking for most is someone who has a passion for creating supportive spaces, a desire for continuous learning, and a drive for social change inside and outside of the workplace. If you have that experience under your belt and a track record of showing it, we want to talk to you!

Our ideal candidate does not have all the answers, but leads with empathy, active listening, and insightful questions. This individual will serve as a liaison and project manager for multiple simultaneous initiatives across all internal departments at PI. This individual may also connect with external subject matter experts to connect our community to resources, training opportunities, and best practices in the DEI space to ensure that inclusion is at the forefront of our work. Employee voice is at the heart of Change@Work, so cultivating a space for active listening, feedback, and accountability is critical to success in this role and our new department. 



To crush it in this role, you will need to:

  • Serve as the project manager for multiple initiatives to bring them to completion and/or continued success (ie. PI Pro Bono, Pioneer Empowerment, Marketing/Social Media)
  • Build strong relationships across all levels and departments in the organization
  • Build partnerships with people leaders across the business to bring initiatives to life
  • Maintain momentum of Change@Work through inspiring and gaining followership for a future vision
  • Lead and execute on our current roadmap of employee led initiatives and lead the charge on the 2022 roadmap
  • Maintain momentum of Change@Work through inspiring and gaining followership for a future vision
  • Manage content on the internal and external Change@Work sites
  • Manage the Change@Work calendar and populate with events, opportunities, trainings, holidays/awareness days 
  • Continue to grow our internal “toolbox” of self-serve resources for our community
  • Identify opportunities and execute on internal training opportunities around DEI



If you have got some of these skills, we still want to hear from you!

  • 1-2 years of leadership experience at any level
  • Exposure and/or experience to social justice work or DEI experience
  • Interest in building a career in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion a plus!
  • Ability to influence without authority and persuade various audiences using both anecdotal and data-based arguments
  • Strong project management skills
  • Experience in training a plus
  • Strong business acumen
  • Highly organized and self-motivated
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. You are a great listener, as well as confident and comfortable speaking, establishing rapport, and driving action with key decision makers
  • You are self-aware and accountable
  • Comfortable receiving and providing feedback, including to an executive audience
  • Persistence and resilience - you handle objections and rejections well
  • Competitive and collaborative team player


Just as our employees are threads in the cultural fabric of PI, THREADS is our framework for understanding our core values.

Teamwork: Focus on the "we," not the "me."

Honesty: Follow your moral compass.

Reliability: Be someone others can count on.

Energy: Be balanced, be energized.

Action: Errors of action are better than errors of inaction. Be brave.

Drive: Own it.

Scope: Don't try to boil the ocean.

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