Diversity & Inclusiveness Projects Developer & Analyst in Denver, CO at Mental Health Center of Denver

Date Posted: 8/30/2019

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Job Description


Track, analyze, and report Diversity & Inclusiveness data & metrics; help to improve existing programs and support the creation of new programs; build and sustain relationships with internal and external community members; support the creation and management of Diversity & Inclusiveness content on staff intranet and communications resources; contribute to the development of outward-facing media platforms; make presentations and serve on committees and workgroups.

SALARY RANGE: $47,500 - $50,000 per year


  • Contribute to an organizational culture of respect, hope, and personal accountability regarding Diversity & Inclusiveness
  • Promote cultural proficiency in all aspects of the organization’s functions and programming
  • Track and report Diversity & Inclusiveness data and metrics
  • Help to develop Diversity & Inclusiveness program infrastructure—plan and implement resources and supports for lactation spaces; organizational signage; merchandising and other Diversity & Inclusiveness initiatives
  • Develop and maintain the Diversity & Inclusiveness intranet site (InSite)
  • Assist the Digital Media Specialist and other Marketing staff in maintaining the Diversity & Inclusiveness presence on the Mental Health Center of Denver internet site (mhcd.org)
  • Contribute Diversity & Inclusiveness content to Engage, the employee newsletter
  • Attend occasional community meetings and events
  • Support the design and implementation of “after-training” learning resources
  • Make presentations to community stakeholders
  • Provide coordination/logistical support to other members of the Diversity & Inclusiveness team and team programming
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Requirements

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree related to department function, healthcare, non-profit, or similar field.

EXPERIENCE: 1 year of experience related to program/data management, program evaluation, project management or similar field.


  • Bilingual (ex. Spanish, ASL), a plus
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Highly collaborative workstyle
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Holistic view of Diversity & Inclusiveness
  • Strong data management skills
  • High level of creativity and innovative mindset
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people from all walks of life
  • Strong desire to grow in the Diversity & Inclusiveness field


TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to sit, stand, bend and reach, operate standard office equipment such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer/scanner, and other business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs.

MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment.



Leslye C. Steptoe, Vice President of Diversity & Inclusiveness (she/her/hers/herself)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Learner Achiever Context Positivity Arranger 

One of the best things about our department is that our work allows for a lot of variety. A day in the life of a Diversity & Inclusiveness team member is never predictable! This position is a great opportunity for a person who thrives in that kind of environment, and who is deeply committed to culture and community.

Jamie Adasi, Faith & Spiritual Inclusiveness Director (she/her/hers/herself)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Positivity Relator Maximizer Individualization Arranger

I truly love what we get to accomplish as a team, and the passionate people I get to work with every day. I am looking forward to welcoming an open, engaging, innovative and dedicated new staff member to our Diversity & Inclusiveness team!

Shannon Alicea ASL Staff Interpreter (she/her/hers/herself)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Responsibility, Individualization, Relator, Intellection, Developer

The Diversity and Inclusiveness team works together to emphasize the need for a broader perception of the whole person. It is exciting to see the benefits of all the team’s hard work. It really is a collaborative team in which all viewpoints are heard.

Victor Alvarez, Spanish Staff Interpreter (he/him/his/himself)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Positivity Includer Learner Achiever Intellection

Welcome! I am proud to be a part of the fabric that makes up the Diversity and Inclusiveness team. Our team is involved in a vast variety of work, all interconnected and centered around mental health and well-being. My role is to facilitate communication for the people we serve and our providers, helping to make care equally accessible to everyone.

Maria Barraza, Executive Project Assistant (she/her/hers/herself)

StrengthsFinder2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Input, Connectedness, Intellection, Empathy, Futuristic

Being the Executive Project Assistant for the team allows me to really see what everyone brings to the table. The team comes together and creates an energy that allows for great work and collaboration. The work we do is truly important and I am excited to work with you and see what else the Diversity and Inclusiveness team can offer to the community!

Lakeysha Molock, Cultural Proficiency Training Manager (she/her/hers/herself)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Communication Achiever Input Woo Positivity 

Welcome to the Diversity and Inclusiveness department. I look forward to collaborating on a variety of engaging and interactive projects. I hope our new team member enjoys laughter, hard work and an everchanging environment.

Michelle Pacheco, Immigrant & Refugee Community Behavioral Health Consultant (Ella/They/Them)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Learner, Maximizer, Strategic, Achiever, Input

Through my work in community engagement, I reach individuals and their families with culturally proficient services. My passion is to make a difference in diverse and inclusive communities. I have strived to do that in my role as an advocate for immigrants and refugees. I am ecstatic and eager to collaborate with you in a thriving and futuristic multidisciplinary team.

Silvia Shaw, Spanish Interpreting Services Coordinator (she/her/hers/herself)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Responsibility Empathy Developer Belief Relator

¡Bienvenido(a)! If there is one thing you can expect from joining our team it’s to learn! We are truly a diverse team working together towards diversity and inclusion. Without question we all love the work we do. We all have very different areas of expertise, but our one common passion is equality. I am very much looking forward to learning what you have to bring to the team!

Mary Sterritt, Director, Colorado Daylight Partnership and Program Manager, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (she/her/hers/herself)

StrengthsFinder 2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Connectedness Learner Arranger Input Developer 

My work with the deaf and hard of hearing population spans the agency and other mental health agencies in Colorado. My focus is advancing access to services for this population through training, technical assistance and workforce development. I look forward to welcoming the person who will fill this role to join us and support the team in this important and dynamic work.

Lisa Stiefel, ASL Interpreting Coordinator (she/her/hers/herself)

Strength Finder2.0 Top 5 Talent Themes: Relator, Empathy, Positivity, Ideation and Adaptability

Serving the Deaf community is my passion. Connecting the Deaf and hard of hearing people we serve with their providers through culturally proficient language services breaks down barriers and allows for better care. MHCD strives to be the provider of choice for the Deaf and hard of hearing community in the state of Colorado and I am proud to be a part of this amazing team. I look forward to welcoming a new member with the same passion we all have for this work on to the Diversity and Inclusiveness team!



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