SUMMARY AND SCOPE OF POSITION:
The Assistant Director, Intercultural and Community Engagement (ADICE) is a full-time professional staff member. The ADICE assists in the shared management of the Institute for Inclusion and Equity, with specific focus on programming, retention, and case management. As a member of the IIE, the ADICE also acts as a significant support for the Director in the development and implementation of strategies to improve the overall climate around issues of difference for faculty, staff, and students at the institution.
- Develop and implement creative, positive, educational, and social programs for the student body to promote inclusion and enhance community.
- Provide logistical and administrative support to the Director of the Institute for Inclusion and Equity. Coordinate the day-to-day operations of the IIE. Create and maintain a marketing strategy for IIE events. Train, and supervise IIE student support staff.
- Support and provide resources for BIPOC, LGBTQ+ students and other underrepresented student populations.
- Assist the Director of the IIE with the specific implementation of the Crigler Program.
- Create and maintain campus partnerships to determine programmatic needs that support diversity issues on campus.
- Assess current programs and populations regarding diversity issues and use those assessments to propose and develop new initiatives with a particular focus on belonging, agency, and retention.
- Enhance educational initiatives and cross-cultural training during New Student Orientation, Ursinus Student Government Association (USGA) Training and Resident Assistant training, etc.
- Support the work of student recipients of Inclusive Community Grants whose projects directly link to the work of the IIE.
- Serve as the primary liaison and resource to multicultural student organizations on campus. Such support should include training, leadership development and retreats as deemed necessary.
- Serve as case manager and mentor for students with social and cultural challenges as it relates to belonging at Ursinus.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual(s) assigned to this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
Job responsibilities and activities may be modified or changed at any time with or without notice. Job descriptions will be audited periodically by the Ursinus Human Resources department to ensure they are up-to-date and reflect the essential responsibilities and duties of the job.
- Master’s Degree in related field
- High level understanding of and experience with racial identity, socio-economic identity, religious identity, gender identity, sexual identity, gender expression, ability related identities and other underrepresented student populations
- Experience mentoring, advising student groups and services focused on social justice issues.
- An understanding of residential liberal education
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
- Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to multi-task
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