School of Medicine - Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The primary purpose of this position is to implement the strategies in the School of Medicine diversity and inclusion strategic plan by providing project management, program execution, event coordination, and to represent the Associate Dean (AD) of Diversity and Inclusion in his absence. This position will bring oversight and additional leadership to the department by providing guidance and input on strategic initiatives that enhance diversity and inclusion in the School of Medicine.
Key responsibilities include:
Project management, program execution and special events: Provide leadership and organization to implement projects, execute programs, and carryout special events to support the success of faculty, staff, students, medical residents, and administrators.
Students: Provide Support, resources, advising, mentoring, and leadership to all students with a specific emphasis on underrepresented populations. Support efforts on student recruitment and lead efforts on student retention, progression, and graduation.
Faculty, Staff, and Residents: Provide support, resources, advising, mentoring and leadership to all students with a specific emphasis on underrepresented populations. Working with faculty, staff, and residents support and lead efforts for faculty recruitment, retention, and success.
D&I led meetings or collaboration: Attend meeting with Associate Dean or when Associate Dean is unable to attend to ensure effective organization and implementation
of projects, programs, and special events.
Conflict resolution: Where needed provide resources and leadership to faculty, staff, residents and students to resolves issues in the classroom or work environment related to equity, diversity, and inclusion
A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and 1 year of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary.
Master's degree and two years of experience in Higher Education, Psychology, Social Work or similar field, as well as four year of work in the field of equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Full Time/Part Time
Full time, benefit-eligible
$16.92 - $20.43 per hour
September 30, 2018
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