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Assoc Dir for Student Diversity / Director, LGBTQ Student Center

Assoc Dir for Student Diversity / Director, LGBTQ Student Center

Posting Number 
2017-4043
Location : Location 
US-NY-New York
Posted Date 
12/18/2017
Compensation Grade 
Band 53
Union 
N/A
School/Division 
Student Affairs (WS1705)
Department 
Student Diversity
FT/PT 
Full-Time

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Position Summary

Provide leadership, budget planning and monitoring of all LGBTQ programs, classes and workshops to enhance and create an inclusive campus environment supportive of diversity from an inter-sectional approach. Oversee student diversity services and programs; develop LGBTQ centric programs and activities. Provide counseling to students on diversity issues. Oversee training to members of the University community on how to establish supportive environments and serve as advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer students. Manage daily LGBTQ Student Center operations. Advise the AVP on matters pertaining to Intercultural and LGBT student affairs.

Qualifications

Required Education:
Master’s degree in counseling or education related field.

Preferred Education:
Master's degree in Counseling, Higher Education Administration or Student Personnel Administration.

Required Experience:
5 years' relevant experience working with students with diverse backgrounds, designing and assessing educational programs, event planning and student advisement. Must include experience with supervision and office and budget administration.

Preferred Experience:
Work with college students in professional student affairs position related to diversity services and experience working with the LGBTQ community in the US and internationally. Developing, managing and presenting diversity and gender/sexuality related curriculum-based programs. Experience with program evaluation and assessment.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of gender and sexuality trends and issues within higher education. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written and verbal communication skills. Ability to develop, implement, and interpret policies and procedures. Ability to offer consultation to colleagues surrounding diversity and LGBTQ related issues. Capacity to interact effectively with individuals at all levels. Knowledge of standard office applications.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Strong understanding of sexuality and gender identity college student development with an inter-sectional and global context. Knowledge of presentation and assessment based programs (e.g. PowerPoint, Qualtrics, Google Forms, Survey Monkey).

Additional Information

EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

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