Director Education Job Description Sample
A professional nurse who has advanced educational preparation and demonstrates a high
degree of leadership and professional competence.
Assists the AVP of Professional Development with the coordination and oversight of professional development programs for the health system, including but not limited to orientation, continuing education programs, quality and safety, and clinical products.
Responsible for the facilitation, oversight, and evaluation of professional development activities for the Department of Patient Care Services and functions as a leader and innovator in the pursuit of improved nursing practice and quality patient care.
Provides leadership and direction for all professional development projects involving assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Oversees functions related to the NJSNA continuing education provider status.
Assists with the preparation of the annual professional development report.
Serves as a change agent facilitator.
Analyzes data (gathering, interpreting, integrating) and implements process improvement initiatives based on findings.
Serves as a program consultant to members of the healthcare team
Scheduled Days / Hours: M-F 8a-4:30p; License (or Certification):NJ-RN Required; Education:BSN Required; Education:MASTERS Required
Graduate from an NLN or CCNE accredited school of nursing.
BSN required, Master's degree required. One degree must be in Nursing.
A minimum of 2 year of clinical educator experience, with at least 1 year of leadership and/or project management responsibilities.
Required License/Certifications/ Registration:
Current NJ-RN License, certification in specialty, professional development, or administration upon hire or within first year of hire.
Demonstrates confidence in interpersonal relationship, leadership and effective communication skills.
Required lifting, reaching and handling of patients, charts, instruments, and equipment.
Director Of Global Education
University of Colorado I CU Denver
Office of International Affairs
Director, Global Education
Position #00350893, Requisition #15971
Applications are accepted electronically ONLY at www.cu.edu/cu-careers
The University of Colorado Denver seeks individuals with demonstrated commitment to creating an inclusive learning and working environment. We value the ability to engage effectively with students, faculty and staff of diverse backgrounds.
The Office of International Affairs has an opening for a full-time University Staff (unclassified) Director of Global Education position.
As Colorado's public urban research university, the University of Colorado Denver educates a diverse student body through quality academics, ambitious research, creative work, and civic engagement in the city we call home. CU Denver graduates gain the powerful combination of immersive classroom and real-world experience that are in demand today. The city benefits from well-educated, top talent and a new generation of knowledge that fuels the future of Denver and our region. We are CU in the City.
CU Denver offers more than 100 degree programs, from the bachelor's to the doctoral level, in the heart of downtown.Here, more than 15,000 students pursue academic programs that range from global energy management to music industry studies to criminal justice. As part of the state's largest public university system, CU Denver is a major contributor to the Colorado economy, with nearly 2,500 employees and annual economic impact of $800 million. Read CU Denver Quick Facts here.
The Office of International Affairs is seeking a Director for the Office of Global Education. The position is located on the downtown University of Colorado Denver campus (CU Denver) and serves both the downtown and the Anschutz Medical Campus. The Office of Global Education, within the university's Office of International Affairs (OIA), oversees all global education at CU Denver, including programs serving undergraduate and graduate students as well as medical residents. CU Denver is a diverse, urban and public research I university committed to offering rewarding international learning experiences to all students that prepares them to successfully engage in a global community.
The Director of Global Education has primary responsibility for the development, growth, oversight, and promotion of high quality, high-impact education abroad experiences for CU Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus students. CU Denver has committed to Generation Study Abroad and is active in national and international organizations that foster international education and growth. The Director will oversee all aspects of faculty-led short-term and semester programs, global education programs delivered by third party providers, international internships, and will support various forms of health professions' student learning and research abroad experiences.
Provide day-to-day leadership and management of an experienced, high-performing team of international education professionals.
Focus and facilitate the team to accomplish three main strategic goals: Maximize Study Abroad Student Enrollment, Enhance Study Abroad Experiences, and Maximize Operational Efficiencies.
Lead the OGE team in the transition to the new LynxConnect space in the Tivoli, collaborating very closely with other units moving to the space (Experiential Learning Center, Career Center, and Undergraduate Research) to create an unparalleled student experience.
Perform unit management responsibilities including: fiscal responsibility for the department budget, strategic planning, planning of effective events, and administrative coordination to implement operations.
Oversee recruitment, hiring, orientation, training, supervision, and professional development of OGE staff; oversee annual performance evaluation process, ensuring consistent use of all applicable policies and procedures; and conduct personnel management as needed.
Oversee reporting on student participation, trends in study abroad, program evaluation, and strategies issues for university and external audiences.
Manage agreements with affiliate third-party providers and the study abroad aspects of foreign university partnerships.
Review institutional contracts and agreements approved for study abroad and exchanges in collaboration with the Legal, Finance, and Procurement offices.
Collaborate with academic units to ensure the successful marketing and delivery of academically engaged international education programs with proactive international risk management.
Collaborate with administrative offices including but not limited to the Bursar, Registrar, Financial Aid, Experiential Learning, Career Center, Undergraduate Research, etc. to enhance the study abroad experience and promote opportunities for learning.
Advise campus stakeholders on potential risks related to health, safety, security, and finances and develop and maintain effective risk management policies and procedures to manage student's study abroad experiences, in collaboration with the International Risk Management Committee.
Develop policies to support student success and minimize risk and liability by maintaining awareness and understanding of: current domestic and global affairs related to travel health/safety/security, university policies, insurance policies, visa and immigration regulations, partner institutional policies, and the standards of best practices in the field of international education
Advise students, faculty, staff and parents on the institution's administrative policies and procedures
Program Development and Delivery
Collaborate with CU Denver faculty, departments, colleges, and schools and with international partners/organizations to develop and sustain an array of high-quality, high-impact, study, research, internship, and experiential learning opportunities abroad that meet the educational needs and goals of CU Denver and CU Anschutz Medical Campus' diverse student, faculty, and staff.
Work to fully integrate study abroad into CU Denver | Anschutz student learning and success.
Help faculty prepare to lead study abroad or Global Study programs through effective orientation and pre-departure sessions which address student wellness and student life concerns as well as associated CU Denver policies and procedures
Develop and direct new programs and partnerships from initial outreach and development stages through final program assessment and reporting in partnership with various internal and external stakeholders
Develop successful marketing campaigns to actively promote CU Denver study abroad programs
Promote and represent international experiences as an institutional educational priority by working closely with the Schools and Colleges, Admissions, and Student Affairs.
In consultation with Academic Departments, advise students to ensure that international experiences are well-integrated into an academic plan.
Works with OIA Leadership, OIA Finance, and program leaders to create program budgets that ensure consistency and transparency in tuition and fees.
Collaborates with the Office of Advancement to strategize and execute scholarship initiatives that lower the financial barriers to student enrollment.
Support and communicate with students currently studying abroad, and their parents as appropriate and respond to issues and problems as they arise during their program.
Develop, implement, and refine student pre-departure and re-entry sessions to continuously improve student preparation for their experience abroad as well as improve their re-acculturation and integration of their international experiences.
Manage a portfolio of global education programs as agreed with leadership.
Visit overseas sites as needed to meet with program staff, faculty, students and other academic contacts.
Establish and maintain professional networks and relationships with strategic national and international organizations and agencies and other professional higher education organizations related to international education and diversity.
Serve on college-wide committees, as needed.
Manages special projects and initiatives as assigned
Employment Condition: Must be able to travel domestically and internationally.
Salary and Benefits:
Salary is negotiable and commensurate with skills and experience.
Your total compensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. The University of Colorado provides generous leave, health plans and retirement contributions that add to your bottom line.
Total Compensation Calculator: https://www.cu.edu/employee-services/total-compensation
Bachelor's degree in a related field with five years of progressively responsible experience working with international and education abroad programs in higher education.
Five years of a proven record of administrative and financial competence and organizational skills at the middle or senior management level
Three years of experience successfully implementing the Forum on Education Abroad Standards of Good Practice
Three years of experience managing international health and safety incidents
Master's degree in a field relevant to international education
Previous higher education experience such as Director or Asst./Assoc. Director in a study abroad office
Proficient in a foreign language at an intermediate or higher level
Experience living or studying abroad
Three years of experience working cooperatively with diverse segments of university, international communities, faculty or faculty-led study abroad programs
Three years of experience and success in study abroad program development
Demonstrated level of proficiency in using Microsoft Office, Terra Dotta, and website applications
Participation in NAFSA, Forum for Education Abroad, Diversity Abroad, and other international education related professional organizations
College-level teaching experience
Experience developing campus and international collaborations
Familiarity with University of Colorado Denver and/or Anschutz Medical Campus administrative structures, offices, and procedures
Demonstrated leadership roles at the regional, state and national levels
Diversity and Equity:
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The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus is committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse student body, faculty and administrative staff. The university strives to promote a culture of inclusiveness, respect, communication and understanding. We encourage applications from women, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities and all veterans. The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our faculty, staff, students and visitors. To assist in achieving that goal, we conduct background investigations for all prospective employees.
Assistant Director / Area Coordinator - Residence Education
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A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
Residence Education's mission is to create and facilitate diverse, inclusive, learning-centered communities that further the goals of the University. Our core values of social justice, restorative justice, inclusive community building, integrative learning, and shared leadership truly guide our everyday work. These philosophies are an important foundation that make a difference
- The Michigan Difference.
Potentially, more than one Assistant Director/Area Coordinator position will be filled with this posting. Position offers may occur prior to the end date of this posting. This position will serve undergraduate and graduate populations. Please use your cover letter to outline your interest and experience, including specific populations all women, first year, upper division, graduate, etc. Applications to this posting will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Potentially, more than one Assistant Director/Area Coordinator position will be filled with this posting. Position offers may occur prior to the end date of this posting.
The Assistant Director/Area Coordinator (ADAC), along with the Associate Directors, Assistant Directors, and the Directors of Residence Education, will lead a dynamic team of full-time professionals and residence staff to develop and deliver a range of programs and services designed to enhance the multicultural, educational, and social experiences of our residents and students. The successful candidate will provide evidence of training and experience in managing projects and initiatives, teaching and designing curriculum reflective of the department's core values, supervising and developing full-time professionals, responding to diversity related issues, mental health emergencies, crisis management, and student safety.
The ADAC is responsible for the area's Programming & Training and Community Center operational budgets averaging $32,000 and various committee budgets ranging between $500 - $10,000. The ADAC also helps develop strategies and guide the use of the overall department budget of $300,000 to $400,000.
The Associate Director of Residence Education serves as the direct supervisor.
40% / Supervision:
The ADAC exercises functional and administrative supervision over 3–6 professional staff and indirectly over 200 student staff. This includes direct supervision, selection, coaching and feedback, disciplinary and performance management evaluation of staff. The ADAC assists in creating and supporting a professional development plan. Provides mentorship and consultation to students and new professional staff based on professional standards and best practices and trends. Leads experiential learning in areas of student development, identity development, intercultural, social justice education, and group facilitation.
30% / Departmental Leadership:
Facilitate diversity and inclusion workshops and ALA 421 pre-employment class "Creating Inclusive Communities" about social identity and building inclusive residential communities. Provides direction for the delivery of the residential curriculum and the Student Life learning outcomes, and works close Diversity and Inclusion program staff. Collaborates with other Assistant Directors for the purpose of strategic planning efforts, centralizing processes, planning and implementation for an overall vision of residence education while maintaining, fostering and developing an engaged community experience. Chairs key departmental committees and represents Housing on various committees across the Division of Student Life. Provides mentorship and consultation to students and new professional staff. Directs, advises and provides crisis response for students in residence halls and apartments. Liaison with the Boards of Governors for the Legacy communities in support of the overall program. Other duties as assigned.
20% / Educational, Community and Student Development:
Provides direction and expertise to the development and delivery of a range of programs and services designed to enhance students' experiences in the areas of leadership and engagement, social justice and inclusion, interpersonal skills, and integrative learning. Collaborates on the development of curriculum development and teaching activities related to these department competencies. Guides area planning, program development and coordination of efforts in alignment with overall departmental needs. Provides direct contact with students and their families in the context of critical incidents. Develops and evaluates strategies for the management of critical incidents in the areas of resident safety, diversity and inclusion, mental health emergencies, and alcohol and drug violations. Supports the Michigan Learning Communities, theme housing programs, and leadership programs.
10% / Administrative
The Assistant Director/Area Coordinator will serve as a member of the Residence Education's central administration and leads area focused initiatives for approximately 3 to 5 communities, housing 1500 – 2500 students. The position provides primary supervision, hiring, training and evaluation of Community Center Managers and live in Hall Directors. Effectively communicate with internal and external constituencies. The Assistant Director/Area Coordinator will manage and direct appropriate financial accounts and area budgets.
A Master's degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, Educational Administration, or a related field.
Minimum of three (3) years of full-time, progressive professional experience in a college or university housing and residential life setting or similarly applicable experience.
Strong leadership, crisis management, administrative and supervisory skills.
Experience with supervision, student conduct, crisis response, living learning communities, educational programming, working with faculty, and working with a diverse population is desirable.
The ability to be a consensus builder and make decisions in a timely manner.
Strong interpersonal communication skills, both written and oral, in working with diverse populations of students and staff.
The ability to maintain open dialogue with students and staff as well as the ability to nurture an atmosphere of collegiality, inclusiveness, shared responsibility and collective accomplishment.
This role may have reporting obligations under Title IX and Clery.
Position Criteria (Candidate Characteristics):
These are the criteria that the hiring team will be evaluating the candidate for
- The ability to communicate and relate effectively with diverse students, staff and faculty.
The ADAC is Responsible for the area's Programming & Training and Community Center operational budgets averaging $32,000 and various committee budgets ranging between $500 - $10,000. Assistant Directors also help develop and guide the use of the overall department budget of $300,000 to $400,000.
Some evenings and weekends are required.
Salary: 12 months/$60,000.
The Assistant Director / Area Coordinator directly supervises up to 6 full-time Hall Directors.
U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
- Job Opening ID 167113
- Working Title Assistant Director/Area Coordinator
- Residence Education
Job Title Housing Ofcr/Residence Life Sr
Work Location Ann Arbor Campus
Ann Arbor, MI
Full/Part Time Full-Time
FLSA Status Exempt
Organizational Group Dsa Housing Services
Department Residence Education
Posting Begin/End Date 3/21/2019 – 4/04/2019
Salary $60,000.00 – $60,000.00
Career Interest Academic & Student Services
Assistant Dean Of Career Education & Associate Director Of Career Catalysts
Business Title: Assistant Dean and Associate Director of Career Catalysts
Job Title: Student Services Manager 1
Division/School: Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Job Code: 7506
Salary Level: J
Schedule: Fulltime (100% FTE)
Priority application date: April 5, 2019
Are you an expert communicator adept at managing programs and relationships? Help prepare Stanford students for their launch from college to career, as the Assistant Dean and Associate Director of Career Catalysts. This role is responsible for continuing to develop BEAM's Diversity and Inclusion strategy, and increasing opportunities and access for underrepresented and marginalized student populations. It combines work directly with students, with work that pushes Diversity and Inclusion priorities forward through partnerships with stakeholders across the university.
About BEAM Career Catalysts team at BEAM:
Catalysts is BEAM's Diversity team. Our mission is to ensure that Stanford students from diverse communities feel heard, supported, and included in everything that BEAM, Stanford Career Education does. Our team creates connections aimed at providing universal access to opportunity, and engages students, faculty and staff in critical thinking and awareness around the relationship between career and identity. Regardless of a student's combination of identities and experiences, we are working to ensure that they feel like they belong.
Manage people, processes, and programs that support BEAM's mission. Make hiring decisions, provide coaching and mentoring to assigned staff.
Facilitate students' career exploration and networking through experiential education programs, workshops, and events that incorporate identity-related challenges and solutions, and increase personal identity development for participants.
Facilitate diversity workshops and presentations for internal staff aimed at developing understanding, content knowledge, and investment around topics of equity, inclusion, and belonging.
Build partnerships and liaise with various campus offices that support underrepresented and/or marginalized student communities.
Collect and analyze data around usage, user experience, and other indicators to develop success metrics, and create a well-informed perspective on how individual communities are utilizing our services.
Develop trust and buy-in with student groups, to better understand and deliver on their needs, and to increase awareness and engagement.
Deepen relationships with various community stakeholders across campus, to share the stories of students from diverse communities, and build partnerships that help them gain access to opportunity.
Develop and share print, web, social media, and mobile resources to increase student participation and awareness.
Develop long range plans and engage in policy and strategic program development.
Lead university or department-wide initiatives and campaigns.
Act as a member of BEAM's Leadership team, helping contribute to the direction of the Catalysts team, as well as the organization of BEAM as a whole.
Collaborate in departmental initiatives, as prioritized by overall BEAM strategy.
Develop inclusive practices that address the diverse needs, goals, and aspirations of Stanford students.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
To be successful in this position, you will bring:
Bachelor's degree and five years of relevant work experience, or combination of education and relevant experience.
Organizational abilities—able to keep track of multiple projects simultaneously, and exhibit independent judgment.
Proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of internal and external constituents in a complex system.
Demonstrated experience managing and training people.
In addition, our preferred requirements include:
Master's degree in Education, Business, or related field is a plus.
Entrepreneurial, creative, and innovative spirit; comfort with change, ambiguity, and risk in a fast-paced environment.
Deep understanding of diversity related concepts (equity, inclusion, access, underrepresented and marginalized communities, allyship, power and privilege)
Familiarity with D&I issues as they relate to career.
Demonstrated passion and aptitude for cultivating connections, program development and execution, group facilitation and engagement.
- Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.
Why Stanford is for You
Imagine a world without search engines or social platforms. Consider lives saved through first-ever organ transplants and research to cure illnesses. Stanford University has revolutionized the way we live and enrich the world. Supporting this mission is our diverse and dedicated 17,000 staff. We seek talent driven to impact the future of our legacy. Our culture and unique perks empower you with:
Freedom to grow. We offer career development programs, tuition reimbursement, or audit a course. Join a TedTalk, film screening, or listen to a renowned author or global leader speak.
A caring culture. We provide superb retirement plans, generous time-off, and family care resources.
A healthier you. Climb our rock wall, or choose from hundreds of health or fitness classes at our world-class exercise facilities. We also provide excellent health care benefits.
Discovery and fun. Stroll through historic sculptures, trails, and museums.
Enviable resources. Enjoy free commuter programs, ridesharing incentives, discounts and more!
How to Apply
We invite you to apply for this position by clicking on the "Apply for Job" button.
To be considered, please submit your résumé and a one-page cover letter along with your online application.
Stanford University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Special Education Program Director
- Operates as the supervisor on site for each Soaring Heights School (SHS) incidents
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Schools or Autism Division Director
- Maintains appropriate professional boundaries with SHS staff
- Demonstrates and fosters a positive, open communication culture for SHS staff
- Participates in external marketing initiatives and presents at conferences
- Ensures that SHS staff follow mandated timelines and processes for reporting of escorts, holds and
- Ensures that SHS staff follow mandated Childline reporting timelines and processes
- Audits new student referrals and initial student intakes
- Conducts SHS tours for prospective school districts, families and professionals
- Main liaison for communication with school districts
- Main liaison for communications with families
- Participates in supervision meetings with the APD as needed
- Attends, guides and leads staff meetings as needed
- Conducts formal teacher observations and evaluations annually
- Reviews IEPs before meetings and provides constructive feedback to APD as needed
- Oversight of standards to maintain a safe learning environment for students and staff
- Oversight of Special Education programming that adheres to PDE standards and policy
- Advises/mentors the APD for all aspects of the APD’s job responsibilities
- Operates as the direct supervisor to the Assistant Program Director (APD)
- Maintains and is responsible for monthly fiscal reporting
- Attends financial meetings
- Plans, develops, and administers the annual budget in coordination with the Autism Division Director
- Maintains contact with the Director of Schools and the Autism Division Director as per supervisory chain
- Upholds and enforces all operating policies, procedures, and safeguards that the Soaring Heights Schools as a licensed private academic school through the Pennsylvania Department of Education, must adhere to
- Upholds and enforces all operating policies, procedures, and safeguards that the Soaring Heights Schools as a division of Pyramid Healthcare, must adhere to
- Supervises all staff and functions of daily operations for each SHS site
- Complete required trainings and mandatory training hours.
Pyramid CORE Values:
We are committed and proud to live our CORE values and use them to inspire those around us. Our employees are expected to align with these values, behaviors and standards. We are held accountable for upholding these CORE Values: INTEGRITY is striving to be honest, transparent and ethical when dealing with clients, staff and the community. DEDICATION is demonstrating an unwavering commitment to always provide exceptional care and support to those we serve is needed daily. COLLABORATION is a steadfast, team-focused approach; working together to achieve excellence. PASSION is genuine, compelling and relentless desire to improve lives and support Pyramid Healthcare’s mission.
PA teaching certification in Special Education or Education, 5 years of teaching experience in an Autism Support and/or Emotional Support/and or related disabilities classroom(s)
Job-related Behavioral Characteristics:
Demonstrates professionalism, leadership, confidentiality, strong social communication skills, time-management, organization. Must possess skills to communicate effectively and interact well with people of diverse backgrounds. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to problem solve by gathering and analyzing information, working well in an individual/ group problem solving situation, and showing initiative in problem solving. Maintains professionalism and does not show favoritism. Maintains consistency with clients, staff, visitors, and the public. Ability to handle a crisis situation and react appropriately. Flexible and adaptable. Ability to make decisions in an objective and ethical manner. Calm and decisive in crisis situations. Ability to sustain a team environment, drive continuous improvement projects, and excellent problem-solving skills.
BenefitsWe offer a competitive pay, great benefits package, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, generous PTO, 401K retirement plan, Tuition reimbursement and much more! To learn more about Pyramid Healthcare and our specific locations, please visit us on the web at: https://www.pyramidhealthcarepa.com
Alcohol And Other Drug Education Director
About This Role:
As the Alcohol & Other Drug Education Director, this individual will assume the responsibility for coordination of all alcohol and drug education programs at Kansas State University with an emphasis on community-wide collaboration. The person in this position is expected to work independently in accordance with the agency rules and regulations.
We Support Diversity and Inclusion:
Kansas State University embraces diversity and promotes inclusion in every sector of the institution. The university actively seeks individuals whose commitments and contributions will advance the University's dedication to the Principles of Community.
What You'll Need to Succeed:
- Requires a bachelor's degree and three to five years of relevant experience. This position may use an educational equivalency as determined relevant by a hiring manager.
Master's Degree in relevant field or work equivalent.
Prior experience as a clinician in a mental health setting with regard to the prevention and treatment of alcohol and other drugs abuse
Experience in a college or university setting preferred.
Specific expertise in alcohol and other drug issues.
Excellent clinical skills, including crisis intervention skills.
Proven ability to organize a campus-wide AODE prevention campaign relevant to a diverse college student population.
Demonstrated leadership skills.
Exceptional communication skills (verbal, written, and electronic).
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States at the time of employment
Must be a licensed clinical addiction counselor LCAC in the state of Kansas.
How to Apply:
Please submit the following documents:
Three professional references
Copies of current licensure
Screening of Applications Begins:
Immediately and continues until position is filled.
Anticipated Hiring Salary Range:
$47,476.00 - $65,000.00 annually
Equal Employment Opportunity:
Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and actively seeks diversity among its employees.
Background Screening Statement:
In connection with your application for employment, Kansas State University will procure a Background Screen on you as part of the process of considering your candidacy as an employee.
Advertised: 20 Mar 2019 Central Daylight Time
Director Of Education And Training For Diversity & Inclusion
General Statement of Duties
Salem State University seeks to hire a director of education and training for diversity and inclusion to create and sustain delivery of training and education programs focused on issues of diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice. Reporting to the chief diversity and inclusion officer, this position is designed to work with Human Resources and various units on campus, but can work independently. The director position will develop a university-wide training and development agenda to improve the overall cultural competence and capacity of the faculty and staff on campus.
Duties and Responsibilities (E) Prepares training curricula for diverse audiences (across faculty, staff, and students) on relevant topics. Curricula should be in alignment with best practices and needs of the campus community (E) Delivers skilled training within the field of diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, multiculturalism and related themes (E) Responsible for serving as a key member of the Bias Response Team, and assisting in providing educational opportunities that will assist the campus community in understanding the impact of implicit bias (E) Serves as the point person, sustainer, and consultant to the Employee Resource Groups and their ERG leads on campus (E) Serve as a liaison to human resources team when developing and executing workshops related to leading inclusive and equitable search processes (E) Will provide support to human resources when conducting equity reviews for open searches to ensure that qualified underrepresented applicants are given full and fair consideration (E) Will work in collaboration with the LEAD office to support student training and development opportunities (E) Cultivate a team of volunteer trainers to assist in the deployment of a university-wide training and development agenda (E) Manage the training and development workshops and courses focused on issues of diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice (online and in person) (E) Responsible for tracking and assessing all workshops executed in the inclusive excellence area (E) Manage the funds allocated to training and development functions within the inclusive excellence office, including incentives for the volunteer trainer cohort (E) Responsible National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) training implementation Serve on committees as assigned by the president or designee Demonstrate sensitivity to students, faculty and staff of varying racial, ethnic, religious, gender, cultural, disability, sexual orientation and socioeconomic backgrounds Demonstrate sensitivity to students and employees with a diversity of learning styles Serve as a role model and mentor for students as appropriate Qualifications
Master's Degree in a related field supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in an institution of higher education (e.g,. multicultural education, sociology, critical race and/or gender studies, disability studies, American studies, anthropology, public policy, etc.)
3-5 years of experience, creating, managing and facilitating high quality, comprehensive training and education programs around diversity and inclusion
Demonstrated understanding of, and support for, key concepts in diversity, equity, and inclusion training, including: critical race theory, feminism, queer theory, multisystemic privilege, oppression, protected classes, and micro-aggressions, etc.
Terminal degree in a related field supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in an institution of higher education (e.g,. multicultural education, sociology, critical race and/or gender studies, disability studies, American studies, anthropology, public policy, etc.)
Experience facilitating, delivering, and assessing training programs related to diversity, equity and inclusion within a higher education setting
Experience and knowledge in recruiting and retention of compositionally diverse staff
Demonstrated ability to effectively work in an office environment that is diverse by race, gender, sexuality, religion, etc.
Salem State University complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified applicants and employees with disabilities.
Office activities are performed in an environmentally controlled office setting subject to extended periods of sitting and standing, keyboarding and interaction with computer equipment; Occasional bending, reaching, lifting, pushing and pulling up to 10 pounds.
Occasional evening or weekend hours, as needed.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Please apply online and attach resume and cover letter.
Employment is contingent upon a completed background and CORI check satisfactory to the university. Internal candidates are not subject to background check.
EEO Statement: Salem State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Persons of color, women and persons with disabilities are strongly urged to apply.
Director Of Inclusion And Diversity Education
People. Performance. Possibilities. These words describe the focus of our Human Resources Group here at HCA, a Fortune 100 company with over 200,000 employees in 20 states and the UK. Our HR team of over 1400 can provide a broad range of HR career paths within one organization. Come join our team to help support our mission "Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life."
The Director Inclusion and Diversity Education is responsible for the evaluation, selection, and design of training programs and curriculum related to Inclusion, Diversity, Cultural Competence and Health Equity. The Director is responsible for curriculum development and some training delivery, in partnership with or alongside L&OD; in some cases will be responsible to equip L&OD to deliver D&I education embedded or standalone. This role also provides D&I event coordination (such as Brave Conversations and others). This position will supervise others.
Creating and sustaining an approach to ensure a meaningful and aligned book of work in regards to design and implementation of I&D education
Establishing and sustaining alignment across HR of I&D book of work; managing and evaluating requests and deliverables / output
Operating, sustaining, measuring, and communicating about I&D education after they are implemented, in partnership with L&OD as needed
Collaborating with L&OD to produce and communicate meaningful insights and priorities related to I&D education strategies, programs, and results; delivering that communication as needed
Coordinate and align D&I education with other HCA educational and development programs.
Develop and implement a broad range of programs that support diversity and promote equity, and inclusion
Evaluation, selection, and design of training programs and curriculum related to Inclusion, Diversity and Cultural Competence
Work in partnership with HR's Leadership & Organizational Development team to coordinate and align D&I education with other HCA educational and development program
Curriculum development and training delivery, as needed
Preparation of L&OD to deliver D&I education embedded or standalon
Coordination and oversight of D&I events such as Brave Conversations and others
Bachelor's degree Required
Master's degree Preferred
7 years of experience in leadership development/organizational development or related field
5 years of experience in Diversity and Inclusion program development
3 years of experience in leading complex and enterprise scale initiatives
Content Director -- Education Practice Area
The Content Director is the primary research contact for Hanover’s education practice clients. As such, the position requires strong client management, project management, and overall research skill. We are seeking highly-motivated applicants with the right combination of research and project management experience, preferably within the education sector. A successful candidate will be interested in making a long-term contribution to a growing organization. This position will report directly to a practice area specific Managing Content Director.
Hanover Research is a global research and analytics firm that provides high quality, custom research through an annual, fixed-fee model for clients in the corporate, education, and healthcare sectors. Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Hanover employs high-caliber market researchers, analysts, and account professionals to deliver a robust service infrastructure that is revolutionary in its combination of flexibility and affordability. The core capabilities that drive Hanover’s research engine include primary research, secondary research, data analysis, and grant development. By enthusiastically fostering an environment of respect, encouragement, and support, we empower our clients and employees to seize opportunities for growth, impact, and advancement.
As the second fastest growing market research firm worldwide, Hanover has been recognized as a 2017 American Marketing Association Gold Top 50 Firm and Gold Global Top 50 Firm and a 2015 Washington Business Journal 50 Fastest Growing Company.
- Identify unique client needs and translate them into well-defined research requests;
- Design customized research projects on various topics for K-12 and Higher Education clients;
- Appropriately scope and phase out complex multi-phase projects to fit Hanover model;
- Manage the execution of education research projects using a variety of different methodologies by Hanover’s staff of Content Analysts and Research Associates;
- Edit reports for content, structure, and overall clarity to ensure quality control;
- Effectively communicate and explain Hanover’s methodologies and findings to clients;
- Deliver actionable insights and strategic recommendations to clients and leadership;
- Provide updates to Hanover clients on on-going research projects;
- Collaborate with Client Solutions staff to develop long-term relationships and to ensure client satisfaction;
- Provide researchers with guidance and constructive feedback on assigned projects;
- Act as a mentor and coach to entry-senior level research staff.
- Strong command of primary, secondary, and quantitative methodologies and procedures;
- Willingness to tackle complex, often unfamiliar research requests;
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple short and long-term projects in order to meet deadlines;
- Ability to proofread and edit research projects while providing constructive feedback;
- Experience writing and researching for a business or professional audience;
- Ability to work under pressure and multitask in a fast-paced environment;
- Proven ability to make quick and informed decisions under tight deadlines;
- Desire to work directly with clients and ensure their satisfaction and retention;
- Working knowledge of education trends;
- Demonstrable problem solving skills;
- Strong command of the English language and demonstrated writing and editing skills;
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail;
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
- Extremely strong and demonstrable work ethic;
- Proven academic and professional achievement;
- High comfort level with Microsoft Office applications, such as MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Power Point.
A Master’s degree in Education, Business, Economics, Psychology, Political Science, Sociology, or a related discipline is preferred, though candidates with relevant experience without a Master’s or who hold other degrees will be considered.
Minimum of 5 - 10 years of full-time work experience conducting research, survey design/analysis, or professional writing, preferably within the education sector. At least one year of which in a management position. Applied education research experience is preferred.
- Base salary
- 401(K) employer matching program
- Comprehensive health and dental benefits package
- Advancement and management opportunities
- Community service opportunities
Hanover Research is an Equal Opportunity Employer, providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, compensation, training, promotion, transfer, leaves of absence, and termination.
Assistant Director For Career And Technical Education
Description of Work
- THIS IS A REPOST, PREVIOUS CANDIDATES DO NOT NEED TO REAPPLY*
- THIS POSITION IS DESIGNATED EXEMPT MANAGERIAL*
MAX SALARY AVAILABLE TO BE OFFERED FOR THIS POSITION BASED ON QUALIFICATIONS IS $90,780
Salary Grade: GN16, Recruitment Range: $60,530 - $90,780
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is seeking applicants for an Education Program Director I (Working Title: Assistant Director) for our Career and Technical Education section (CTE). This section is responsible for providing leadership, technical assistance, curriculum development and accountability in North Carolina public schools (grades 6-12) to assist in ensuring students graduating from secondary education are prepared for careers and postsecondary education.
The purpose of the Assistant Director for Career and Technical Education is to assist the Director in the administration and direction of the state's middle and high school Career and Technical Education programs under laws, guidelines, and policies promulgated by the United States Congress, North Carolina General Assembly, United States Department of Education, and the North Carolina State Board of Education. Duties include, but are not limited to, program planning and administration, program implementation and supervision, and program evaluation and reporting. The position assists the Director in making recommendations for state policy, program improvements, and implementation of state/federal laws and grants. Sound perception of comprehensive school program; understanding of role of state agency; in depth knowledge of administration; experience in managing multi-million-dollar programs or projects; demonstrated leadership capabilities in planning educational studies, conferences and workshops; competence in maintaining effective working relationships; proficiency in oral and written communication. Additional duties as assigned.
Note: To be considered within the most qualified pool of applicants and receive credit for your work history and credentials, you must document all related education and experience information on the State of North Carolina application in the appropriate sections of the application form. Any information omitted from the application cannot be considered for qualifying credit. NC DPI welcomes attached or incorporated resumes, cover letters and reference information, but these items will not be used for screening for qualifying credit. Please make sure the application is completed in full. "See Resume" or "See Attachment" will NOT be accepted.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION THAT CLEARLY REFLECTS WORK EXPERIENCE DEMONSTRATING ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:
Demonstrated experience in the planning, support and evaluation of CTE programs
Demonstrated ability in managing staff and providing leadership, problem solving and time management guidance
Demonstrated experience in adult learning, to include providing for professional development and developing instructional materials
Knowledge of Carl D. Perkins Act and new initiatives that impact CTE programming
Exceptional public relations skills, strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate with a diverse stakeholder population
A minimum of four years in local and/ or state level Career and Technical Education administration and teaching is preferred.
Experiences in administration, supervision, program planning, and public relations are desired.
Experience as a CTE Director at a Local Education Agency is preferred.
For current State employees, please note that as of June 1, 2018, promotional and RIF priority and salary administration will be made based on the new Statewide NC Classification System.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Master's degree in education or in the special education field to which assigned from an appropriately accredited institution, and four years progressively responsible experience in public education, or a Doctoral degree in education or in the special education field to which assigned from an appropriately accredited institution, and two years of progressively responsible experience in public education; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Supplemental and Contact Information
- PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION ON-LINE USING THIS WEBSITE *
All applicants must complete and submit a State application for employment using the NEOGOV Online Job Application System (http://www.oshr.nc.gov/jobs/) for the State of North Carolina. To be considered within the most qualified pool of applicants and receive credit for work history and credentials, the applicant must list all related education and experience information on the online application form for each position they are applying for. Any information omitted from the application cannot be considered for qualifying credit. NC DPI welcomes attached or incorporated resumes, cover letters and reference information, but these items will not be used for screening for qualifying credit. Please make sure the application is completed in full. "See Resume" or "See Attachment" will NOT be accepted. College transcripts may be required for certain classifications and are required to receive credit for any partial degree/ related coursework completed. Credit for foreign degrees will only be given if verification of degree certification is attached. Applicants are required to scan and attach a copy of their DD-214 (Form 4 or Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty) or discharge orders if they wish to obtain Veteran's preference. Other attachments (except a DD-214 copy) will also be accepted, but not used in screening for qualifying credit. Reference checks will be performed on all selected candidates. Applicants may be subject to a criminal background check. All candidates selected for positions considered "Positions of Trust" will be subject to a criminal background check.
To check the status of an application, please log in to your NC Job Opportunities account and click "Application Status".
If technical issues occur when applying, please call the NEOGOV Help Line at 855-524-5627. If there are any questions about this posting other than application status, please email the NC DPI Human Resources Office Recruiter.
NC Department of Public Instruction
Raleigh, NC 27699-6312
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