Overview

Job Locations:
USA, CA, Pleasanton
USA, TX, Frisco
USA, GA, Atlanta

Your work days are brighter here.

At Workday, it all began with a conversation over breakfast. When our founders met at a sunny California diner, they came up with an idea to revolutionize the enterprise software market. And when we began to rise, one thing that really set us apart was our culture. A culture which was driven by our value of putting our people first. And ever since, the happiness, development, and contribution of every Workmate is central to who we are. Our Workmates believe a healthy employee-centric, collaborative culture is the essential mix of ingredients for success in business. That’s why we look after our people, communities and the planet while still being profitable. Feel encouraged to shine, however that manifests: you don’t need to hide who you are. You can feel the energy and the passion, it's what makes us unique. Inspired to make a brighter work day for all and transform with us to the next stage of our growth journey? Bring your brightest version of you and have a brighter work day here.

About the Team

Belonging & Diversity is a Center of Excellence (COE) within the People & Purpose (HR) function that serves all of Workday. We are a group of consultants that provide guidance to improve and drive key Belonging & Diversity initiatives. Our focus on VIBE, Value, Inclusion, Belonging & Equity is integrated into everything we do – recruiting, product, data analytics, development, career advancement and so much more!

About the Role

In the Senior Program Manager, Disability Inclusion Program role you will partner with the leader of the Disability Inclusion program and serve as part of the global Belonging & Diversity organization. In this role, you will be responsible for completing global projects and initiatives of high complexity that are dedicated to advancing disability inclusion within our organization. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience driving the scoping and the implementation of strategic initiatives that lead to the development of an inclusive environment for all.

About You

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in a relevant field (e.g., social work, human resources, diversity studies)

  • Outstanding knowledge of the ADA and other equivalent laws globally that support people with disabilities

  • Familiarity with assistive technologies and accommodations to improve accessibility

  • 5+ years in program management leading interconnected work from inception to completion, with a focus on disability inclusion

  • Experience collaborating with cross-functional teams to integrate inclusive practices, procedures, and organizational culture

  • Experience providing guidance to department leaders on crafting accessible and accommodating work environments for all Workmates

  • Ability to work independently and lead multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment

Other Qualifications

  • Familiarity with diversity metrics and data analysis, and the ability to translate insights into actionable recommendations

Workday Pay Transparency Statement

The annualized base salary ranges for the primary location and any additional locations are listed below.  Workday pay ranges vary based on work location. As a part of the total compensation package, this role may be eligible for the Workday Bonus Plan or a role-specific commission/bonus, as well as annual refresh stock grants. Recruiters can share more detail during the hiring process. Each candidate’s compensation offer will be based on multiple factors including, but not limited to, geography, experience, skills, job duties, and business need, among other things. For more information regarding Workday’s comprehensive benefits, please click here.

Primary Location: USA.CA.Pleasanton

 

Primary Location Base Pay Range: $136,000 USD – $204,000 USD

 

Additional US Location(s) Base Pay Range: $105,800 USD – $204,000 USD

Our Approach to Flexible Work
 

With Flex Work, we’re combining the best of both worlds: in-person time and remote. Our approach enables our teams to deepen connections, maintain a strong community, and do their best work. We know that flexibility can take shape in many ways, so rather than a number of required days in-office each week, we simply spend at least half (50%) of our time each quarter in the office or in the field with our customers, prospects, and partners (depending on role). This means you'll have the freedom to create a flexible schedule that caters to your business, team, and personal needs, while being intentional to make the most of time spent together. Those in our remote "home office" roles also have the opportunity to come together in our offices for important moments that matter.

Pursuant to applicable Fair Chance law, Workday will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Workday is an Equal Opportunity Employer including individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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