IU School of Public Health seeks director of diversity and inclusion
Sunday, September 22, 2013
Job Summary: Provides leadership to the school on recruitment, retention, outreach, and success of under-represented groups. Under-represented groups include first generation, low income, and diverse students including new applicants, matriculating students and alumni. Identifies under-represented students using a variety of contact points, establishing effective communications to these students, and developing programs and communications that promote the School of Public Health at IU Bloomington as a viable opportunity for students seeking graduate and undergraduate degrees. Serves as the school’s liaison to the university’s Office of Admissions and participates in other campus committees to assist the students and ensure their success.
Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required.
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree in leadership development, student personnel, or closely related field and two years of student program management or in a student services area.
Strong background in higher education, preferably in a leadership role; demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with faculty leadership; successful record with supervision of others; demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to develop and implement innovative approaches; effective administrative skills and experience; effective interpersonal skills and communication skills; experience facilitating varying constituencies and task oriented work groups/teams; knowledge and/or experience with school and university policies; must be able to multi-task and prioritize requests; must work well in high stress environment.
Preferred: Master’s degree and three to four years of experience.
Applications accepted until October 10, 2013, or until position is filled.
Apply at http://jobs.indiana.edu/index.html.