The AssistantÂ Director of Graduate Academic Diversity will facilitate recruitment and retention efforts for domestic under-represented masters and PhD students.Â The incumbent will assist the Associate Dean for Diversity in coordinating efforts with academic departments and other DEI professionals across campus to ensure a culture of inclusivity for the graduate community. In partnership with Graduate School leadership, the Assistant Director will execute policies and processes ensuring that diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) are important elements of graduate programs culture, mission, and operations. The AssistantÂ Director of Graduate Academic Diversity will provide critical support for the Graduate Schoolâ™s efforts to develop a more inclusive academic community where all members are valued. Leveraging the strategic Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP) as a guide, this role will use data and help create assessments to monitor progress and address representation andÂ climate concerns in individual departments.
Bachelorâ™s degree required; a masters or advanced degree is preferred.
Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Five to seven years of direct or related experience including, but not limited to working in higher education, student leadership, or related field; prior experience working in diversity or multicultural affairs preferred.
Strong commitment to and demonstrated skills for working with individuals with diverse intersecting identities, backgrounds, and experiences.
Excellent communication (oral and written) skills required, ability to effectively engage and present to a wide variety of constituents, both internally and externally.
Demonstrated experience effectively working and establishing rapport with diverse populations.
Experience leading diversity and inclusion training and education programs for a variety of constituencies. Proven experience working collaboratively with colleagues at all levels in a complex environment to facilitate positive processes and initiatives coupled with measurable outcomes and deliverables.
Ability to represent the Graduate School at University and external meetings.
Experience planning and implementing events is required.
Highly motivated individual who is able to anticipate issues or delays and think critically and creatively to identify flexible solutions.
Team player with a record of conferring with colleagues, aligning work with larger goals, and coordinating with multiple offices.
Strong time-management and organization skills.
Strong sense of ethics.
Attention to detail.
Background check: criminal and education verification
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Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
Internal Number: REQ168310
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