The Center for American and World Cultures (CAWC) coordinates and collaborates across campus and community to coordinate, curate, or facilitate curricular and co-curricular programming focused on local and global issues and events, as well as inter/intragroup dialogue that brings together people to build relationships and explore issues of diversity, unity, and social justice. The CAWC functions as a clearinghouse for all related university events, and supports a global leadership intercultural distinction program.
The Director is responsible for the strategic leadership of the Center of American & World cultures, and collaborating effectively across campus and community to enrich the educational experience; develop strategic plan, programming, and financial plan for CAWC, including assessment of all programs and services; supervise unit personnel effectively to ensure that programs and services support institutional strategy and unit mission, vision, and goals; develop, facilitate, and maintain the global leadership distinction program; develop, implement, manage, and assess campus-wide and evidence-based intergroup relations programs in collaboration with Student Affairs, Institutional Diversity, and others; serve as a resource and a support to individuals and groups that contribute to intercultural, global, multicultural, diversity, and similar efforts on campus and in the community; work proactively, strategically, and collaboratively with key stakeholders; organizes efforts effectively, including the conceptualization and prioritizing of objectives and exercising judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities.
Submit a cover letter, resume and list of three references to https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=4968. Resume and cover letter should be limited to two pages. Direct inquiries to Donna Gouvan at email@example.com. Screening of applicants will begin November 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
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Require: Master’s degree; five years of progressive responsibility in higher education; an inclusive philosophy to support all students, faculty, staff, and community members; excellent written, oral, and intercultural communication skills; evidence of strong critical thinking, problem solving, budget, and presentation skills; ability to integrate resources, policies, and information for the determination of procedures, solutions, and other outcomes; demonstrated experience collaborating effectively with stakeholders; experience directing programs with a multicultural, intercultural, or global focus; excellent time management skills; verifiable excellent attendance history.
Desire: Doctoral degree; Intergroup Dialogue facilitation training or certification; successful grant writing experience.
Miami University, Oxford Ohio
Nationally recognized as one of the most outstanding undergraduate institutions, Miami University is a public university located in Oxford, Ohio. With a student body of 16,000, Miami effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programs with faculty who love to teach and the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions.