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Assistant Director, Career & Leadership Development Center for Diversity & Inclusion job in Athens

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Ohio (OH), Athens
Employer:  Ohio University
Country:  United States
City:  Athens
State:  Ohio (OH)
Zip Code:  45701
Assistant Director, Career & Leadership Development Center for Diversity & Inclusion more... ▼
Location: Athens, OH
Company: Ohio University


Position Information
Job Title Assistant Director, Career & Leadership Development Center for Diversity & Inclusion
Applications Accepted From Intradepartment, Bargaining Unit Wide, University Wide, Public: Open to the public , AFSCME Intradepartmental
Special Instructions to Applicants
To apply, please complete and submit the online application and be prepared to attach 3 separate documents: Resume, Cover Letter, and a list of 3 professional references with current contact information. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, please apply by 05/25/18.
This position is eligible for the following benefits: Level 1 - Medical/Rx, Vision, Dental, Ortho; Winter Break Closure; Holidays Paid; Basic/Supp/Dep Life; Educ. Benefits; Sick Leave; Vacation; Retirement
Posting Number 20161555S
Job Description
Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public institution of higher learning in the state of Ohio and the first in the Northwest Territory. The beautiful, historic residential campus is located in the rolling foothills of Southeast Ohio in the quintessential college town of Athens, Ohio. With over 18,000 undergraduates and more than 5,000 graduate students enrolled from all 50 states and nearly 100 foreign countries, the Athens campus is a dynamic and diverse learning community.
The Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) mission states the unit ''seeks to facilitate an infusion of diversity embedded into the fabric of the institution with inclusive practices, institutional policies, curricula, and programs leading to a supportive and affirming environment''. D&I work focuses on welcoming and affirming historically underrepresented and excluded students. The Career & Leadership Development Center ( CLDC ) supports all students as they move through their initial adjustment to college, to selecting a major, to acquiring internship experience, to developing leadership skills and helping students understand the application of these skills in a lifelong career development process. This new position seeks to build an infrastructure of supporting underrepresented students throughout their career development lifespan.
The Assistant Director will have a shared responsibility (50/50) between the Career & Leadership Development Center and Diversity & Inclusion with primary focus areas being: employer development, career and leadership coaching, development of career and leadership educational programs and events, building and maintaining strategic liaison relationships with stakeholders, and retention and persistence efforts.
Essential Functions:
1. (40% of time)
The Assistant Director will help with the development of both full-time employment and internship opportunities for underrepresented students and alumni.
Perform employer outreach to develop, retain, and grow relationships with employer representatives;
Identify, target and source employer relationships;
Increase internship and full-time recruiting efforts by promoting students who engage in D&I and other student support units focused on enhancing and supporting diversity and inclusion;
Engage in employer development, and bridge the gap between college and lifelong career development skills;
Serve as the recruiting professional to local, regional, national, and international diversity based recruiting efforts;
Plan and attend employer specific networking receptions, industry dinners, special projects, student activities and training sessions for diverse student audiences. Host and/or visit local businesses, government and organizations to develop opportunities
Build and maintain strong employer relationships through the utilization of educational programs, events, and services;
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of recruiting and market trends to share regularly with all institutional stakeholders focused on diversity and inclusion; and
Maintain employer records in Handshake
2. (30% of time)
The Assistant Director will provide career coaching and internship help for students and alumni. This individual will assist students with all aspects of career development including identifying majors, career goals, resume development, preparation for graduate/professional school, and employability skills.
The Assistant Director will also provide Leadership Coaching; an innovative service (executive coaching for students) that spans three 30 minute sessions where students learn to identify strengths, set goals, and articulate their accomplishments.
Engage underrepresented students in activities related to chosen career fields; identify, address, and clarify each students particular needs;
Engage students in leadership development;
Utilize technology and resources to guide students through the career and leadership development process;
Provide individual and group career coaching to students and alumni/ae regarding career planning and leadership development, employment/internship search, and graduate or professional school opportunities;
Collaborate with D&I and other student support units focused on enhancing and supporting diversity and inclusion to develop career/leadership activities and programs;
Assess services/programs to determine student needs/learning outcomes and facilitate continuous improvement;
Provide industry-specific coaching to students and alumni;
Educate and prepare students on the specifics of their job/internship search strategy, including document review, networking techniques, interview prep, and salary negotiation;
Assist students in leveraging the use of social media and other technology in their search strategy;
Administer and interpret personality, interest, skills, and values assessments; and
Maintain records of interactions with students
3.(20% of time)
Development and presentation of educational programs and events:
Design 4-year career and leadership engagement model for D&I students;
Develop and conduct career, leadership, job search, internship search, and other career and leadership development workshops, class presentations, and similar programs for D&I stakeholders;
Present educational workshops on a variety of career topics; and collaborate with staff to create, customize and execute employer/alumni/student networking events and educational panels;
Assist with the organization of career fairs and special events;
Assess services/programs to determine student needs/learning outcomes and facilitate continuous improvement; and
Use social networking tools to enhance student and alumni networking and career building activities
4. (10% of time)
Build and maintain strategic liaison relationships with stakeholders:
Serve as the career and leadership development liaison to D&I student organizations and faculty;
Serve on D&I and DOSA teams, committees, task forces, and work groups;
Regularly meet with D&I staff to provide career and leadership development updates and best practices;
Service as a career and leadership consultant to faculty and staff by analyzing and synthesizing labor market information and aiding faculty and staff in identifying options for students and alumni in support of their career development; and
Work closely with D&I staff to establish and maintain partnerships and joint programming initiatives;
5. Retention and Persistence Efforts:
Serve on retention and persistence teams, committees, task forces and work groups;
Design and maintain career and leadership development services and resources that engage underrepresented first-year and transfer students;
Collaborate with, and support, D&I units on retention and persistence efforts; and
Partner with colleges to identify and track at risk students for enhanced career and leadership development services
Common to all CLDC Professionals:
Provide individual and group career and leadership coaching to students and alumni/ae regarding career planning and leadership development, employment/internship search, and graduate or professional school opportunities
Support and enhance diversity at Ohio University
Focus on, and prioritize ongoing efforts to provide inclusive services and develop cultural competency skills
Collaborate with academic units and departments, campus offices, faculty, and staff to develop career/leadership co-curricular or in-class activities and programs
Assess services/programs to determine student needs/learning outcomes and facilitate continuous improvement
Utilize technology and resources to guide students through the career and leadership development process
Serve on division and CLDC teams, committees, task forces, and work groups
Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications
Master's degree required by the time of the appointment. At least one year of experience working in a diversity and inclusion work environment, preferably at the college level.
Core skills for successful candidate include:
Demonstrated commitment to creating an inclusive educational and workplace environment.
Desire to support and understand the diverse experiences and needs of students and staff working at, and served by, the CLDC
Strong customer service and communication skills
Established history of organization and time management skills
Communication skills that support a positive team environment
Preferred Qualifications
Experience working in diversity and inclusion based work environments and/or the career and leadership development field. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills; team oriented individual that is available to work evenings and weekends as needed
Department Career Services
Pay Rate
Salary is commensurate with experience and credentials. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package which includes health benefits, paid time off, and education benefits for employees and eligible dependents.
Job Open Date 04/16/2018
Posting Close Date
May 25th 2018
Job Category Administrative - Exempt-Salaried
Months 12
Planning Unit Vice President for Student Affairs
Work Schedule
Campus Athens
Expected hours worked per week 40
Expected duration of assignment ongoing
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position. Imants Jaunarajs jaunaraj@ohio.edu
Diversity Statement
Ohio University is committed to creating a respectful and inclusive educational and workplace environment. Ohio University is an equal access/equal opportunity and affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to building and maintaining a diverse workforce. Women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Ohio University is a member of the OH/Western PA/WV Higher Education Recruitment Consortium. (please use the apply button below)
Job Category:  Higher-Ed/Education
Position type:  Full-Time
Company Name:  Ohio University CLDC
Job title:  Business & Technology Manager
07/11/18
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