Lead strategic diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts for organizational change toward intercultural competency in the campus community.
Supervise the college's Multicultural Student Center
Participate in community engagement efforts associated with diversity and inclusion.
Serve as 1B1 reporting Officer for student and employee complaints and investigations.
Provide leadership and direction towards ensuring that Century College is an inclusive community that nurtures learning and growth for all of its members.
Collaboratively work with individuals and groups both within and external to the college and maintain a visible profile on campus and with external constituencies to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Lead the engagement of the college community in learning opportunities regarding intercultural competency and diversity, resolve issues constructively within college, and involve the President's Executive Cabinet and other members of the senior leadership of the college to embed equity and inclusion with units and departments.
Serve as a member of the President's Cabinet and represent college at the system level and with external constituencies.
Master's degree in a related field.
At least two years of experience leading and directing diversity programming, conducting Investigations, and experience with multicultural curriculum.
Experience in Cabinet level decision making and planning.
Experience in Administrative management (budget, operations, supervision, policy/process development).
Experience in strategic organizational planning and development.
Experience in major event development, implementation, and management.
Excellent communication skills (listening, verbal, written, presentation).
Demonstrated experience in fostering and supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Demonstrated ability to work with diverse population of students, staff, faculty, and administrators.
Demonstrated experience working with diverse populations and in diverse communities.
Additionally, this position requires knowledge, skills, and ability in:
Cultural competency and awareness to train faculty/staff/students and build relationships within communities of color.
Federal laws and regulations governing education, data practices and privacy, release of public information, equal employment-educational opportunity/affirmative action, etc.
Interpersonal and formal relationship development with all clientele.
Independent decision-making/problem solving in a wide range of situations.
Developing a variety of written correspondence to meet diverse communication needs.
Understanding of the two-year college philosophy.
Understanding of the organization, principles, practices, and protocols related to Higher Education, Minnesota State, and Century College. State and Minnesota State policies, procedures, and practices.
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About CENTURY COLLEGE
At Century College, we are passionate about our mission and the role we play in transforming our students' lives, our communities, and the broader world. As a college of the community, we serve a variety of important roles, including transfer preparation, occupational preparation, business and industry training, continuing education, and personal enrichment?each of which we believe is critical in supporting our community and developing a strong and resilient workforce and populace.In doing this work, we are committed to partnering with the individuals, organizations, and K-12 institutions in our community, to ensure that we remain accessible and provide a clear pathway to higher education for our increasingly diverse and underserved populations.At the center of our mission is the success of our students. We believe that this success is about more than just "the numbers," public accountability, and meeting or exceeding benchmarks.It?s about people?transforming their lives, and helping them to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities that can, in turn, transform their families and their broader communities.In fulfilling this mission, we are committed to sustaining rigor in our wo...rk?holding high standards and expectations for both our students and for ourselves, and approaching our work with compassion?working with integrity and caring, accepting people where they are and moving them forward without sacrificing standards or expectations.