DEI Senior Specialist (AP)

People & Culture Songshan Dist., Taipei City


Position at Logitech

Would you like to work for a company where you can bring your whole self to work? Our mission isn’t just words, it is our north star. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) is at the heart of the way we work, think and run our business. An inclusive culture enhances our capability to better serve our customers, enables a high-performing and engaged workforce, where employees feel they belong, have equal opportunities, and where everyone can bring their whole selves to work. 


Logitech's DEI strategy is focused on accountability and practical action. We are looking for someone to support Logitech’s Asia Pacific (AP) business in cultivating an inclusive and psychologically safe culture and promoting diversity, in our largest office in AP; Taiwan. Bringing the DEI message to life requires you to be a manager of ideas, consumer insights, relationships, timelines and budgets. We make an impact on both the culture and the business. The result? An inclusive culture where everyone’s voice matters.


As a DEI AP Lead you will manage the development and execution of A) Logitech’s regional AP focus for DEI that speaks to internal and external audiences and, B) global strategy lead for age/generations + gender equality diversity dimensions. You will report on the outcomes of your work and strive to provide transparency and accountability for all of these initiatives. 


You’ll Be Working On:

  • Design and deliver AP DEI approach aligned to global KPIs, and objectives of each business group and / or function.   

  • Serve as subject matter expert in Age / Generations and Gender equality diversity dimensions, creating more visibility on diversity at Logitech both internally and externally

  • Normalizing dialogue on diversity to further highlight why it’s important / why it matters to Logitech and our mission

  • Coordinating and supporting the work of various internal teams to execute the Logitech and aligned DEI strategy (e.g. the ‘inno’ innovation awards across AP, Operations, research & development, etc)

  • Partnering with senior leadership to build strong relationships and gain support

  • Developing, enhancing, and maintaining relationships with current and new diversity-related organizations working in the tech industry

  • Liaison to the People & Culture team and business to develop strategic action to attract/develop/retain diverse talent by analyzing and presenting talent demographics, monitoring data trends / developing diversity initiatives.

  • Development, management, and integration of the organization's AP Employee Resource Groups


Person specification / Qualifications:

  • Proven experience and longstanding commitment working in diversity, equity and inclusion

  • Subject matter expert in Age /Generations and Gender equality

  • Advanced program/ project management skills -  be able to drive completion in a fast-paced environment 

  • Understand the current state of the various AP laws, practices and policies regarding equality (e.g. Taiwan’s legalization of gay marriage on May 24, 2019, etc)

  • Understanding the opportunities / positive momentum for social change within countries in AP

  • Excellent writing and presentation skills  

  • Strong existing relationships with tech industry groups focused on diversity 

  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and thrive in ambiguity

  • Strong analytical skills and ability to translate metrics, research, and trends into stories and content to be shared internally and externally

  • Have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to be diplomatic and have discretion in dealings with others, and a high degree of professionalism, tact, initiative, and diplomacy 

  • The ability to see dependencies and links between various initiatives 

  • Have a demonstrated ability to work with multiple stakeholders 

  • Self-starter and fast learner 



Here’s how to apply:

This posting will close on December 31. We are looking forward to learning more about you and your interest in joining our team. Successful candidates can expect to hear back from us by mid-January. 


Please complete the following challenge questions in order to be considered for the role and use the word count guidelines per question to inform the length of your response to each question. You may upload your responses in the Cover Letter section.


  • What do you think is the most pressing systemic issue that companies across AP need to address in the DEI space right now? Why? (150 - 200 words max)

  • What can the rest of the world learn from Asia Pacific, with regards to strategy / execution of DEI? How can Logitech go a step further and craft policies that are conducive to inter-country/ inter-cultural talent mobility?  (200- 300 words max) 


Please take a look at our Sustainability Report to learn more about Logitech’s commitments to our communities, and our planet. We actively welcome all individuals, from all diversity dimensions (race and ethnicity, disAbility, generations, gender identities, sexual orientation). 


Preferred location:  Taiwan (remote worker to be considered as possible)

Preferred start date: February/March 2022