Associate Director of Cultural Engagement and Inclusion

Muskingum University  |  New Concord, OH

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Posted one day ago Full-Time

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Position Title:

Associate Director of Cultural Engagement and Inclusion

Job Type: Multicultural/Diversity/ALANA Services
Location: New Concord, OH
Positions Available: 1
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year
Institution Size: < 2,000 Students
Employer ID: 37041

Benefits

Housing for Position:
None provided
Benefits
Housing for Position:
None provided
Qualifications
Education:
Masters Required
Major Preference:
No Preference
Experience:
2-4 Years

Qualifications
Education:
Masters Required
Major Preference:
No Preference
Experience:
2-4 Years

Position Description



Associate Director of Cultural Engagement and Inclusion

With the recent creation of the Center for Cultural Engagement and Inclusion, Muskingum University is eager to welcome its first Associate Director of Cultural Engagement and Inclusion. Reporting to the Director of the Center for Cultural Engagement and Inclusion, the Associate Director will support Muskingum's commitment to inclusive excellence by coordinating and providing programming to the campus community. The Associate Director will be a critical partner and ally to those with a variety of identities and life experiences, such as race/ethnicity, socio-economic status, gender, sexual orientation, and religion. This is a full-time, 11-month position.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

• Coordinate the design and implementation of heritage, diversity, equity, and inclusion programming with a focus on educating and celebrating the campus community.
• Work closely with a diversity student advising group to implement programming that meets student needs and priorities.
• Provide diversity and inclusivity resources and consultations to leaders of student clubs and organizations.
• Serve as chairperson of a campus-wide inclusion and diversity education advisory committee that assists with needs assessment, planning and evaluation of educational, cultural, and social programs that foster awareness and appreciation of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
• Collaborate with academics, student life, athletics, and other key departments to create and deliver professional development around issues of diversity and equity, and to build inclusive student engagement through educational, social, and leadership-based programming.
• Collaborate with campus partners to ensure a strong, campus-wide network of support for the recruitment and retention of diverse students.
• Coordinate international student support services and international student programming, such as orientation, off-campus excursions, and the International Dinner.
• Maintain documentation of programming, develop and utilize metrics and tools to assess success of program activities.
• In collaboration with the Office of Human Relations & Risk Management, participate in the University's response plan for bias-related incidents, including accepting and communicating reports, advocating for those impacted by the event, and, where appropriate, providing educational support or assistance to restore the community.
• Maintain the DEI website, providing timely and educational content that promotes diversity and social justice.
• Serve as an academic coach.
• Participate on University committees, such as the Academic Concerns Team.

The above statements reflect the general duties and responsibilities necessary to describe the major functions of the position and should not be considered a complete description of the essential functions of the position. This Job Description is not intended to be all inclusive, and the employee may be assigned by the immediate supervisor to perform other reasonably related duties, including special projects.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

• Master's degree in college student development or related area highly preferred; Bachelor's degree with significant professional experience in higher education acceptable.
• At least 3 years' experience developing and implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion programming.
• Demonstrated competency working with individuals from a wide array of identities and life experiences.
• Ability to establish and maintain productive and meaningful relationships with members of the campus community and external stakeholders.
• Demonstrated ability to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives while engaging stakeholders who may have a variety of ideas and needs.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to inspire and influence others, across multiple groups and settings.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills, including being an active listener and facilitator.
• Strong organizational skills in order to manage concurrent projects with a high level of detail.
• Ability to maintain discretion and privacy.
• Knowledge of and appreciation for the ideals and unique qualities of a residential, liberal arts university preferred.
• Experience advising or supporting student success preferred.

How to Apply

Applications must include a letter of interest, a resume, and 3 professional references and should be sent by email to careers@muskingum.edu or fax to 740-826-6131. Please include the position title in the subject line of your correspondence. This position will remain open until filled with review of applications to begin immediately.

Muskingum University actively seeks out and welcomes administrators and staff who are committed to excellence in student learning, consider the engagement of diverse communities in the University's educational programs and activities, and are committed to full inclusivity at the University. As an equal opportunity employer, Muskingum welcomes applications from individuals from populations, which have been historically underrepresented in higher education and/or have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds.

Muskingum University does not discriminate in its employment or educational programs or activities. Please visit https://www.muskingum.edu/non-discrimination-statement to review the university's official non-discrimination statement.

To Apply, visit:
https://www.muskingum.edu/human-resources/associate-director-cultural-engagement-and-inclusion





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