Full Time 40 hours Grade 054 Kearns Center Schedule 8:30 AM-5 PM Responsibilities Position Summary: Oversees multiple projects, interacts with senior university leadership, community members, funders and others, with a laser focus on the diversity and inclusion mission of Arts, Sciences and Engineering (AS&E) and the University of Rochester. Aligns activities with strategic priorities and ensures effective communication, coordination and integration across many simultaneous annual initiatives and programs. The Deputy will assist the Dean in a review of AS&Eâ™s efforts with respect to student, staff and faculty diversity, lead the implementation of climate surveys of undergraduate and graduate students, regularly write grant proposals for new efforts, work with Advancement to identify potential donors, and works with staff and faculty throughout AS&E to ensure that the climate, the educational environment, and student outcomes are as inclusive and equitable as possible. Specific Responsibilities: Research, Teaching, & Workshops Develop training for AS&E hiring managers with respect to diversity concerns in hiring; Develop and implement multi-modal workshops and other kinds of resources on inclusive research, classroom, office and teaching environments; Staffs the College's Working Group on Equity and Retention works with the Dean for Diversity and others on self-study with respect to URM and FG student success; identifies, understands, and develops methods to correct the differences in outcomes by gender among URM populations; explore climate and other data more deeply to determine the experiences of students as they move through their education, with a focus on points of tension, attrition, and success; Connects with College student support offices, to ensure all underrepresented minority and first-generation college studentsâ™ needs are being met Project leadership Expands the "Weâ™re Better Than THAT" anti-racism campaign Assists in the development and implementation of collaborative efforts across the College (with the Career Center, for example, and Education Abroad) to improve outcomes and experiences for students with inequitable outcomes Provides support for the new diversity implementation committee in the Office of the President (PDCIC) Leads other projects as determined by the Dean. Grant writing Seeks out, completes research for, and leads the writing of educational grants that would improve or enhance diversity and inclusion efforts or knowledge for faculty, staff and students Other duties as assigned Qualifications Bachelor's degree with major course work in social or technical field, and Masterâ™s degree required, 4-5 years of relevant higher education diversity and leadership experience. Superior writing, research and communication skills.
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