Coordinator, Gender & Sexuality Resource Center

California State University-Los Angeles  |  Los Angeles, CA

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Job Overview

Posted June 02, 2021 Full-Time

Job Details

Position Title:

Coordinator, Gender & Sexuality Resource Center

Job Type: Leadership Development/Programs Multicultural/Diversity/ALANA Services Student Activities/Union Facilities
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Positions Available: 1
Institution Type: Public, 4-year
Institution Size: < 20,000 Students
Employer ID: 20957
Application Deadline: 07/06/2021

Stated Non-Discrimination Policy

Gender Expression / Identity Sexual Orientation

Benefits

Salary Range:
$48,651 - $48,651
Housing for Position:
None provided
Benefits
Salary Range:
$48,651 - $48,651
Housing for Position:
None provided
Qualifications
Education:
Masters Preferred, Bachelors Required
Major Preference:
Higher Education, Student Affairs
Experience:
0-1 Year

Qualifications
Education:
Masters Preferred, Bachelors Required
Major Preference:
Higher Education, Student Affairs
Experience:
0-1 Year

Position Description

General Statement: 

The Coordinator, Cross Cultural Centers (CCC) will provide leadership and support to the daily programs and services of the CCC, including program planning, budget management, student services, resource development, community relations, and program assessment. This position will work as a team with the CCC staff and work directly with programs and services related to the Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center (APISRC). 

Responsible to: Director or Assistant Director, CCC (as assigned) 

Essential Duties: 

Provides leadership and supervision to student programming and staff related to the APISRC, serving as a resource in the planning and implementation of educational and cultural programs. 

Coordinates long and short-term educational programs and services focusing on ethnicity, gender, class, student success, retention, graduation, and other related social and community issues. 
Coordinates Cultural Grad Celebrations with the CCC team. 
Assesses programs and services to meet student needs and reflect current professional practices. 
Assists in developing the CCC calendar of events. 

Develop and assess marketing and social media campaigns for CCC events. 
Monitors all programming and publicity tasks and deadlines. 
Recruits, selects, trains, leads, and evaluates the center’s student assistants. 
Assists in developing and monitoring department budgets. 
Prepares and maintains program resource files (i.e., contracts, reservations, event information). 

Attends daytime, evening, and weekend events to ensure appropriate implementation. 
Attends California Council of Cultural Centers in Higher Education (CaCCCHE) quarterly meetings.
Develops and maintains contacts and resources with Student Life, academic and administrative colleagues. 
Assists in preparing handbooks, reports, brochures, and manuals for the department as needed. 
Coordinates other programs or cultural centers, as needed. 

 Performs other duties as assigned. 


Job Requirements

Qualifications: 

Bachelor's degree required, Master’s degree in higher education/student affairs, ethnic/cultural studies, or related field by employment date preferred. 
Awareness and ability to advocate for the concerns, pressures, and inequities of first-generation students in higher education, women, people of color, people with diverse genders and sexualities, and other marginalized communities required.
Knowledge of and commitment to the principles of current student development, cultural competency, and leadership for social justice required. 

Creativity, high motivation, organization, and coordination abilities required. 
Strong communication and facilitation skills required. 
One to two years’ experience in student services, cross cultural/multicultural center, Asian Pacific Islander center, or related social justice programming preferred. 
Knowledge of and skill in budgeting, fiscal management, and reporting. 
Skills related to current business operations including software and appropriate programs required. 

Public relations and promotion skills required, including use of social media, apps, and other digital publicity/marketing methods preferred. 
Experience in student services in a higher education setting preferred. 
Supervisory experience preferred. 

Application Information

Review of applications will begin July 6, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. A completed application, resume, and cover letter should be emailed to jobopenings@cslanet.calstatela.edu

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