Apply for the Vacancy for Coordinator of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the USA. The category of the position is Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.
The Coordinator of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion supports the college’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts by developing programs, events and services that facilitate the personal, social, academic and cultural well-being and success of racially minoritized students, with a focus on Black /African American men. The position will work with students to foster the talent and contributions each student brings to the College.
Incumbents will have the following duties
- Plan, develop and revise relevant programs and services in support of student equity and success
- Also, develop equity-centered partnerships and interventions with departments and organizations campus-wide to support retention efforts for racially minoritized students particularly Black/African-American male students
- Additionally, develop and implement a system to assess program effectiveness and the impact to student success by leveraging technology to aid in mentoring, retention and success efforts
- Also, review, analyze and interpret institutional data to inform current and future program initiatives
- Research and develop programs and training for relevant opportunities and initiatives which promote positive role-modeling, self-efficacy and personal/professional development
- Likewise, work with Multicultural staff and faculty to assist with the coordination of the MCC Brotherhood to provide support, respect, guidance and strategies for success while creating a sense of community within Black/African American male students
- Coordinate outreach efforts and establish meaningful connections with the MCC Brotherhood members on a weekly basis
- Also, provide a mentoring program that supports and connects identified students with student peer mentors in an intentional and purposeful way
Qualifications for Vacancy for Coordinator of Diversity
Candidates must meet the following requirements
- Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, Africana Studies, Student Personnel Services, Counseling, Academic Administration, Psychology or other related fields
- Also, minimum of one year experience in post-secondary education
- Experience working on issues of diversity, equity and inclusion to effect meaningful change and promote student success.
- Likewise, possesses communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with an increasing diverse array of students and colleagues
- Also, experience with equity-minded work and working with and/or understanding of individuals of diverse identities
- Community college professional experience with programs serving minoritized groups and students, such as but not limited to Black/African-American, Latinx, Native American, Asian, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
- Also, knowledge and experience with the Black/African-American community, and deep understanding of unique experiences and needs of these students
- Bilingual skills.
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