Diversity, Equity, Accessibility and Inclusion (DEAI) Recruiter

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OrganizationThomas Jefferson Foundation (Monticello)
TypeFull Time
Application DeadlineAugust 31, 2022
College Degree Required?Yes
Salary Range65,000
Phone(434) 984-9889


The Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that offers job opportunities in multiple fields ranging from museum guides to archaeologists to guest services. We employ historians, digital creatives, educators, researchers, and more.

Our growing Foundation needs you to help us source diverse new employees using skills and tools available to you to passively and actively recruit our future talent. With many job openings currently posted and more to come, we need your help to successfully find applicants and work with our hiring managers to source, interview, and successfully hire diverse employees using bias-free strategies that you design.

You will be working in the Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion (DEAI) Department and reporting directly to the Vice President of DEAI. You and your colleagues are committed to moving the needle significantly in a place of historic and present importance to the national and global dialogue of equity, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion.

We will look to you to:

  • Create a Strategic Plan for Recruitment
  • Source candidates creatively using active and passive strategies
  • Promote diversity through explicit processes and procedures
  • Provide excellent internal and external customer service

We provide:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Excellent benefits package including healthcare, dental, vision, and 401k
  • Free admission to Monticello and partner institutions
  • Beautiful grounds and walking trails
  • Employee discount in the café, gift shop, and Monticello catalog

To apply please complete our online application (https://monticello.applicantpro.com/jobs) by August 31.

The Thomas Jefferson Foundation is a nonprofit organization that owns and operates Monticello in Charlottesville, VA, the historic site plantation home of Thomas Jefferson and hundreds of people, free and enslaved, who also lived and labored here. Our mission is to preserve this unique historic site and to share an honest, complicated, inclusive view of its history. We believe it is an essential place to explore the ideals and contradictions of American’s founding era and its legacies in the modern world. Monticello is a UNESCO World Heritage site and part of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. To learn more about our organization please visit: Site of Conscience; Getting Word: African American Families of Monticello; Livestreams, Videos, and Podcasts; www.monticello.org