Develop short and long-term goals and learning objectives and provide strategic direction. Create a robust portfolio of programs and resources that promote the development of students from a variety of backgrounds. Lead staff members in developing curriculum for workshops/trainings on building inclusive communities, identity development, and other topics related to diversity and inclusion. Facilitate dialogues on complex issues related to campus climate and current events. Serve as a resource, advocate, and advisor for students of color and multicultural students, and seek opportunities to build community. Meet with individual students and student organization leaders. Actively engage and seek feedback from Student Advisory Council members and student staff members. Represent OMSA and CI+I in various contexts and on University-wide committees. Build and strengthen relationships with campus and community partners and peer institutions. Collaborate with students, faculty, staff, University departments, and alumni organizations. Plan and manage program budgets. Be responsible for marketing and assessment efforts. Prepare reports for key stakeholders. Establish and administer policies and procedures within the office. Supervise staff and student staff members. The Director will create an environment that prioritizes student learning, development, and well-being; inspire innovation; build supportive, inclusive, and accessible communities through programs and resources; improve student engagement and institutional performance through rigorous assessment and evaluation practices; effectively use and manage University resources to accomplish mission and goals; forge educational partnerships that advance student learning and development; create, encourage, and support professional and staff development through active participation and contribution to professional organizations, training and education programs, individual mentoring, and team development.
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