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Assistant Director, LGBTQ+ Center

Job Description Summary

The Assistant Director develops and implements the LGBTQ+ Center’s educational and programming initiatives, including the D.E.A.C. Allies educational program, co-curricular engagement opportunities, and student leadership development programs. The Assistant Director develops the capacity of and assists in the management of student staff, provides thought partnership to campus partners and student organizations, oversees programmatic assessment, and oversees day-to-day management of
the LGBTQ+ Center.


The LGBTQ+ Center provides education, advocacy, support, and personal and professional development to students, faculty, and staff around gender identity and sexual orientation, while centering the needs and experiences of queer and trans students of color. The LGBTQ+ Center is part of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, of which the Assistant Director will be a valued member.
* All applications must include a cover letter.

Job Description

Essential Functions:

Program Development and Student Engagement:

● Develops and updates curriculum, serves as facilitator for, and coordinates the execution of the Center’s multi-stakeholder, campus-wide LGBTQ+ knowledge and skill development program, Developing Empowering and Affirming Communities (D.E.A.C.) Allies.

● Oversees all Center programming, and works with Program Coordinator, Graduate Assistants, and student employees to develop, plan, and implement programs at all stages of event planning and follow-up, including Queer History Month programming, major Center events, and the annual Lavender Graduation celebration.

● Develops, plans, and implements pathways for student engagement with the LGBTQ+ Center, including the Change Agents student leadership development program and others.

● Manages programmatic assessment for the Center.

● Develops, plans, and implements – either as facilitator or the facilitator trainer – identity spaces for various campus constituencies (i.e. LGBTQ-identified first year students, queer and trans students of color, LGBTQ faculty and staff, and other groups as identified).

● Works collaboratively with other units to develop co-sponsored programs that advance university goals.

● Facilitates intentional conversations that support student identity development, build cultural competency, and work through interpersonal conflict.


Supervision & Center Management:

● Oversees Center communications plan across multiple platforms (i.e. flyers, listserv, social media, and website), and manages Program Coordinator and Graduate Assistants in implementing it.

● Manages and tracks day-to-day budget, purchasing, and procurement functions for the LGBTQ+ Center’s annual operating budget and gift funds.

● In collaboration with the Program Coordinator, develops and trains the student worker team to develop and implement programs, create communications, and to represent the LGBTQ+ Center and ODI.

● Oversees Center daily operations and cultivates physical space of the LGBTQ+ Center lounge in alignment with strategic direction and community building goals.


Advancing Strategic Vision:

● Oversees participation in and represents the Center at events including Campus Services Day, Admitted Students forums, the Advisers Forum, and various orientation fairs.

● Provides support and advice to student coalitions and organizations seeking partnership, guidance, or advising on questions related to gender and sexuality.

● Fosters relationships and partnerships with other offices and academic/administrative departments.


Required Education and Experience:

● Bachelor’s degree plus 2 years of post-educational work experience, or a Master’s degree in student affairs, counseling, women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, ethnic studies, or related field.

● Demonstrated evidence of work experience with a culturally diverse student body and staff with a commitment to fostering diversity, access, inclusion, and equity.

● Demonstrated understanding of the developmental needs and experiences of LGBTQ-identified students, with a specific focus on LGBTQ students of color.

● Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks with efficiency and attention to detail.

● Ability to occasionally work beyond the standard workday, including nights and weekends, for programs and special events (with compensatory time off).


Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

The ideal candidate for this role will have or be developing the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Program Development and Student Engagement Experience

 Developing content for and delivering high quality trainings, workshops, and/or educational programming about gender and sexuality.

● Experience managing complex projects from inception to completion, including working with multiple collaborators and stakeholders.

● Experience developing programs to foster student engagement, community building, and sense of belonging, preferably in a collegiate environment.

● Experience developing and using tools for program assessment.


Supervision & Center Management

● Experience managing simple budgets, and an understanding of basic budgeting principles.

● Experience successfully managing an organization’s communications across multiple platforms.

● Ability to manage the daily logistics of maintaining a physical space, including overseeing supply ordering, physical access considerations, and scheduled maintenance and care.


Advancing Strategic Vision

● Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability in problem solving and conflict resolution.

● Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to represent the Center in a number of contexts.

● Ability to help campus partners understand the needs and experiences of students from diverse backgrounds.


Accountabilities:

● Responsible for own work.

● Oversees and coordinates the work of graduate assistants, work-study students, and student programming partners.

● Assists with Center budgeting and financial management.


Salary Range: Anticipated hiring range is $45,000-$52,000, depending on experience. Review of applications will begin on Friday, March 11. To ensure consideration, please submit your materials in advance of that deadline.



Evaluation Program Manager, Equity-Centered Teacher and School Leader Pipeline | Grant Funded Position for Three Years

https://wsfcs.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=71

Pay Grade PSM2, Full-Time, 12 Months, Minimum Monthly Salary $5,488.33

FUNCTIONAL PURPOSE

The purpose of this position is to provide evaluation, data collection, and implementation support for the programs funded by the Teacher and School Leader (TSL) Incentive Program grant. The evaluation support will include evaluation planning and design, data collection, analysis, reporting, and interpretation of evaluation results and continuous and quality improvement. This position is a three year grant funded position.

The Evaluation Program Manager will be expected to regularly report on the success of TSL-funded projects as well as provide direction to key stakeholders regarding opportunities for improvement. This position will work closely with TSL program leads including the Equity-Centered Teacher and School Leader Pipeline Program Manager and Teacher Residency Coordinator, as well as with internal stakeholder teams including Grants, Data Collection and Evaluation, Human Resources, Instructional Services, and Leadership Development. The position will be supervised by the Chief Equity and Accountability Officer at Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Works with TSL program leads and Evaluation and Data Collection Team to develop and implement logic models for evaluation
  • Works with the TSL Program Leads to calculate and report performance-based incentive pay
  • Gathers and reports data related to schools and educators participating in TSL-funding programming
  • Generates reports for funders that outlines progress made towards objectives and previously established logic models.
  • Completes evaluations and recommended next steps for TSL program leads on quarterly and annual basis.
  • Provides updates to community stakeholders on services provided by the TSL grant.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and statistical software (SAS, SPSS, or R).
  • Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with a variety of different stakeholders.
  • Strong statistics and evaluation training.
  • Skills in creative problem solving.
  • Ability to work independently.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum: Master’s Degree in Educational Research and Measurement or equivalent experience in statistics and data management.
  • Preferred: Master’s Degree in Educational Research and Measurement or equivalent degree WITH two years or more work experience in statistics and data management.

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid NC Driver’s License

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Director, Testing and Assessment

https://wsfcs.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=67

Pay Grade D1, Full-Time, 12 Months, Minimum Monthly Salary $5,820

The purpose of this position is to direct the administration of all kinds of State and local tests. The district test coordinator is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the testing program and generating valid results.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure that all staff members involved in state testing are aware of the North Carolina Testing Code of Ethics, Testing Security Policies and Procedures, and appropriate processes for providing testing accommodations for eligible students.
  • Use State testing schedule and local assessment needs to develop district annual testing plan/schedule, deliver the district plan to schools timely, and produce testing administration reports (student scores).
  • Securely store and distribute all testing materials and needed documents timely and in compliance with State and local policy.
  • Guide school testing coordinators and all school testing personnel in administering standardized tests and ensure all the tests and assessments are administered adhering to State and local testing ethics and rules.
  • Supervise the maintenance of records, reports, inventories, and documentation of costs for budget preparation and ensure fiscal responsibility for testing materials.
  • Prepare and provide materials to Chief Accountability Officer for presentations to Board of Education, principals, teachers, parents, and associated community groups.
  • Supervise Testing Office staff: assign tasks, monitor progress, annual performance evaluations, and leave requests.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Extensive knowledge of testing and evaluation in educational administrative role. Special knowledge of North Carolina testing programs including regular EOG tests, EOC tests, and all alternative tests for special needs students.
  • Knowledge of the North Carolina Standard Course of Study.
  • Knowledge of the current legislature, literature, trends, methods, and developments in the areas of assessment and testing.
  • Knowledge of the ethical guidelines applicable to the position as outlined by professional organizations and/or federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations.
  • Proficient use of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Google Docs.
  • Ability to maintain complete and accurate records and to develop meaningful reports, charts, and graphs for reporting progress.
  • Ability to train and support school administration in effective test administration.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of school administration.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum: Master’s Degree in Educational Administration or Testing and Evaluation, or related field and five (5) years’ work experience in educational administration or testing/evaluation administration; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
  • Desirable: Master’s Degree in Educational Administration or Testing and Evaluation and seven (7) years of work experience in educational administration or testing/evaluation administration.

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid NC Driver’s License with clean driving record

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS, BLACK/AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDENT RECRUITMENT (REGIONAL/REMOTE)

This position does have the opportunity to be remote, so we are looking for applicants who are extremely mature and can manage a regional assignment while meeting recruitment goals. 

Please share far and wide to any and all networks! 


Appalachian State is hiring for Residence Life Coordinator (e.g., hall director) positions! Salary range is $37,400 - $40,000. Position closes on 02/28/2022. More details here: 

https://appstate.peopleadmin.com/postings/31498

Please share this widely with those who are graduating in May or who have graduated in the past 1-4 years. 

Interested parties can contact search chair Anna McNamara at mcnamaraac@appstate.edu


Research Associate, Center for Experiential and Applied Learning, Wake-Forest School of Medicine

The Center for Experiential and Applied Learning (CEAL; www.wakehealth.edu/ceal) is a hands-on and virtual training center focusing on the areas of simulation, ultrasound, anatomical resources, industry/professional education, and curriculum design.  CEAL is accredited by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) as an accredited education institute. We would like to grow the research completed within CEAL as well as for other areas of educational experience and support.  This position will plan research designs, work with stakeholders across the academic/clinical enterprises, collect data, analysis data, produce internal reports, and create abstracts/publications.

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

Master's degree or a comparable graduate degree with >3 years of relevant research experience. 

SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstrates knowledge of scientific principles especially with focus to educational research.
  • Experience with simulation research a plus.
  • Strong computer skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Public speaking experience
  • Ability to prepare grant proposals with minimal supervision
  • Peer reviewed publications, plus oral or poster presentations at national meetings.

CEAL-SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES

  1. Conceives, develops, writes, and submits education research in abstract and publication form serving as a primary author or co-author as appropriate
  2. Prepares abstracts for other team members to present at regional, national, and international meetings
  3. Prepares a research design for new educational research
  4. Maintains and distributes a list of appropriate educational meetings for projects being actively worked on.
  5. Develops assessment tools for educational research purposes
  6. Serves as an evaluator of faculty, standardized patients, and other participants for both educational and operational purposes
  7. Collects data and maintains all data paperwork
  8. Prepares institutional review board (IRB) applications, amendments, and continuing reviews
  9. Completes data analysis using appropriate statistical tools/packages
  10. Manages the Debrief Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH) process
  11. Collaborates with appropriate teams and faculty to complete research across education experience and support service areas and with appropriate School of Medicine programs
  12. Writes about topics in a clear, concise and accurate language that can be understood. Coordinates and manages all aspects of the assigned project and assigned personnel ensuring high quality product.
  13. Conceives, develops, writes, and submits grant funding.
  14. Prepares study reports, graphs and education-specific scorecards and disseminates results.
  15. Performs critical analyses of outcomes, methods, and processes, utilizing data collected from primary and secondary sources.

https://emis.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/27642/?utm_medium=jobshare



It’s an exciting time to live and work in New Orleans. The Office of Residential Life at the University of New Orleans is looking to hire a dynamic Hall Director to join our department.  The Hall Director is a full-time, live-in professional responsible for developing and administering a comprehensive residence life program in a residence hall housing 350-740 residents. 

Follow this link to apply and learn more about the position: https://tinyurl.com/ORLHDUNO. 


Evaluation and Research positions open in the WS/FCS Equity and Accountability Department:

Evaluation Program Manager, Equity-Centered Teacher and School Leader Pipeline | Grant Funded Position for Three Years

    • The purpose of this position is to provide evaluation, data collection, and implementation support for the programs funded by the Teacher and School Leader (TSL) Incentive Program grant. The evaluation support will include evaluation planning and design, data collection, analysis, reporting, and interpretation of evaluation results and continuous and quality improvement. This position is a three year grant funded position.
    • Pay Grade PSM2 | Full-Time | 12 Months | Minimum Annual Salary $65,860
    • Minimum: Master’s Degree in Educational Research and Measurement or equivalent experience in statistics and data management.
      Preferred: Master’s Degree in Educational Research and Measurement or equivalent degree WITH two years or more work experience in statistics and data management.
Data Sharing Project Evaluation Analyst
    • The person in this position will provide evaluation support for the programs of the community agencies and schools that are engaged in the Data Sharing Project. The evaluation support will include evaluation planning and design, data collection as needed, analysis, reporting, and interpretation of evaluation results.  The evaluation analyst will engage community stakeholders to understand their program, define their evaluation needs, and support the creation of mechanisms designed to collect evidence that provides indicators for the effectiveness of programs.  As data is collected the Evaluation Analyst participates with agencies in the continuous improvement process.  When final evaluations are provided to agencies the Evaluation Analyst is responsible for presenting outcomes and helping agencies define next steps.  In doing so the Evaluation Analyst will be expected to consult on budgetary decisions, programming modifications, and supporting agencies in providing data for grant applications.
    • Pay Grade PSM1 | Full-Time | 12 Months | Minimum Annual Salary $59,890
    • Minimum:  Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Educational Research or related field PLUS two years of experience in education/educational measurement or statistics/data management.
      Desirable:  Master’s Degree in Education, Educational Research and Measurement, or related field that emphasizes research and statistics PLUS four years of related experience.

A full description of the positions and other related positions can be found here on our Job Board under the "Accountability Services" filter: https://nc.teachermatch.org/jobsboard.do?districtId=569411322

Questions? Contact NCARE Member Shureka Hargrove, M.S.Director of Data Collection shargrove@wsfcs.k12.nc.us


Creighton University’s EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership Program seeks two Assistant Professor's (one Tenure-Track and one Non-Tenure Track)

To learn more about these postings, please view the two documents:


Job Postings at Fayetteville State University:

Fayetteville State University is searching for student-centered higher education professionals to support student success.  The newly established Bronco One Stop will open in Spring 2022.  The Bronco One Stop is a centralized space for students to access common student services to strengthen their ability to navigate Fayetteville State University.  The goal of the Bronco One Stop is to enhance the student experience with the college application process, academic records, financial aid, making payments, speaking with an advisor, assistance with degree planning and class registration, access academic support, and resource on navigating the university.  BRONCO PRIDE!!!

To learn more about the following "new" positions, please visit:

https://jobs.uncfsu.edu/postings/search   

Vacancies: Director for Advising, Retention Counselors (5), General Advisors (5), Freshmen Advisors (3)

Other critical positions: Director for Online Services, Coordinator for Online Services, Director for Testing Services


NCARE is an affiliate member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) through the Consortium of State and Regional Educational Research Associations (SRERA).


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