Develop and implement programs and initiatives that bring visibility to issues affecting women on campus; facilitate access to resources, support, information and advocacy regarding those issues for multiple constituent groups; advocate for a campus community that embodies gender equity, serve as liaison to campus and community units with complementary missions.
Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities
Plan and coordinate Women’s Center programs and services
Perform administrative functions (develop/manage budget and fiscal oversight; complete internal and external reports; direct strategic planning)
Serve as resource person and spokesperson regarding issues that differentially affect women on campus and in the greater community
Promote Women’s Center visibility (website, social media, other online outreach, semi-annual mailings)
Seek and manage external funding
Serve on relevant campus and community committees
Supervise/evaluate staff and recruit/train/supervise interns and volunteers
Advise student groups
Respond to individuals in crisis; serve as a resource and advocate for survivors of sexual violence. Serve on the University’s Title IX Board.
Serve as a resource and liaison, as appropriate, between the Department of Women’s, Gender, Sexuality Studies.
Develop and promote student academic achievement, career aspiration, and personal development opportunities.
This list of essential duties, tasks and responsibilities is not all-inclusive; individual will perform other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills or Abilities
Strong leadership and public relations skills
Excellent administrative and organizational skills
Evidence of successful fund-raising experience, including grant-writing
In-depth knowledge of women’s issues, especially in the college/university setting
Salary Full-time, Administrative staff position available. Administrative Grade Level 357. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Full benefit package available.
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Master’s degree required. Preferably in higher education administration, women’s/gender studies, organizational development, public administration or related field. Also the following experience is required:
Minimum of 3 years program planning and execution for departments and organizations, budget management.
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