Global Initiatives/Center for American & World Cultures Program Coordinator to be responsible for the coordination and implementation of tasks and duties related to Center initiatives and for performing a broad range of administrative duties.
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. A Cultural Competence Certificate program serves as the focal point for CAWC. CAWC also functions as a clearinghouse for all related university events. Responsibilities include: Organize and manage creative and innovative global, intercultural, and multicultural programming; develop and implement assessment plans for programming and student learning outcomes; student advising for Cultural Competence Certificate program. Intergroup Dialogue facilitation and training; develop web and written resources to support individuals and groups in contributing to intercultural, global, multicultural, diversity, and similar efforts on campus and in the community.
Submit a cover letter, resume and list of three references to
Resume and cover letter should be limited to two pages. Direct inquiries to Donna Gouvan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Salary range: $48,000 - $50,000. Screening of applicants will begin July 16,, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.
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Require: Either a bachelor’s degree and 3 years of professional experience in higher education, event planning, community organizing, or other relevant field; OR a master’s degree and 9 months of post-baccalaureate experience in higher education, event planning, community organizing or other relevant field (some experience may be gained during a graduate-degree program). Excellent written, oral, and intercultural communication skills; demonstrated experience collaborating effectively with stakeholders; self-motivated with ability to work with minimal supervision; verified excellent attendance history; excellent time management skills. Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Desire: Master’s degree; Intergroup Dialogue certification or training. Demonstrated experience in data and research methodology; experience with intercultural assessment instruments, data, and methodology; successful grant writing experience; experience with international or academic student advising; international travel experience; an inclusive philosophy to support all students, faculty, staff, and community members.
Internal Number: 6019
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