Vimeo’s Talent Team is seeking an experienced, thoughtful and empathetic director to execute on and further refine our Diversity and Inclusion strategy. In this role, you will be a key thought leader and advisor to Vimeo’s executive leadership team, a partner to the HR and recruiting teams, a mentor to our Employee Community Groups (ECGs) and a key support to managers and team members throughout the organization.  You will also be a critical executor of Vimeo’s D&I strategy creating inclusive events, programs and learning opportunities for all Vimeans. This role reports into the VP, Talent and closely partners with Vimeo’s CEO and COO.

The ideal candidate has an extensive background in developing D&I strategies with excellent project management skills. You should also have excellent mediation skills, actively advising leaders and team members alike for best business outcomes. Finally, the ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of experience in the people function, forming and executing D&I initiatives.


What you’ll do:

  • Execute Vimeo’s D&I strategy, including but not limited to:
    • Drafting and publishing our annual D&I Report
    • Running our annual Engagement & Inclusion Survey and using the data to create initiatives that increase employee happiness, motivation and company engagement
    • Creating annual Executive Leadership Scorecards with strategic advice on how to improve D&I scores for excellent business outcomes
    • Partner with L&D vendors to create and execute leadership, management and employee development programs to increase inclusion at Vimeo
    • Execute on strategic D&I events with external partners to establish Vimeo as a leader of inclusion and objectivity in HR and Recruiting practices
    • Develop and manage Vimeo’s mentorship program
  • Advise and guide Vimeo’s Employee Community Groups (ECGs) and grow them into strategic business advisors for the organization
  • Be an internal resource for executives, managers and team members to meet 1x1 for advice on complex D&I issues, helping find solutions that benefit the team and the business
  • Oversee Vimeo’s Equal Opportunity compliance programs, ensuring all decisions, activities, programs, and services are equitable, objective and do not discriminate (or adversely impact) current (or potential) team members or stakeholders
  • Manage the D&I budget and resources

Skills and knowledge you should possess:

  • 5 years of experience developing and executing diversity and inclusion strategies and programs in a growing organization
  • Excellent project management and operational skills
  • Ability to handle complex employee relations issues with discretion, serving as a mediator and guide to successful conflict resolution across all levels of the organization
  • Experience advising and growing Employee Community Groups within a diverse organization
  • Superior analytical skills with the ability to use data to create, develop and execute positive people strategies
  • Possess the ability to communicate successfully across the organization, both verbally and in writing
  • Be a true hands-on doer who loves to execute on positive and impactful people programs
  • Excel at, and deeply enjoy, partnering with team members on executing programs and events
  • Deep experience in the HR and/or Recruiting functions a huge plus

About us:

Vimeo empowers video creators to tell exceptional stories, and connect with their audiences and communities. Home to more than 80 million members in over 150 countries, Vimeo is the world’s largest ad-free open video platform, providing powerful tools to host, share and sell videos in the highest quality possible. Vimeo is based in New York City, with additional offices in Europe and India. Vimeo is an operating business of IAC (NASDAQ: IAC). Learn more at


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