The Director will provide overall administrative, operational, programming and fiscal direction for the GLBT Center. This position spearheads strategic planning, budget management, fund development and assessment for all center programs and services; supervises, develops and evaluates all center staff; identifies and addresses barriers to student success; serves on various university and community committees; and works with staff from all Centers to foster a safe, welcoming and nurturing environment for all students, with a particular focus on students from historically underrepresented and marginalized communities.
The director will have a demonstrated passion for and mastery of outreach, education, student development, collaboration and advocacy. The director will serve as a dynamic liaison between OIED, the University community, and local GLBT community partners.
A Master's degree in a related discipline is required
At least five years of administrative and supervisory experience in higher education 1) Extensive knowledge of the challenges facing students from various underrepresented and marginalized populations (e.g. GLBT, students with disabilities, students of color, first-generation, low-income, immigrant, tribal and indigenous communities) 2) Demonstrated history of evidence-based practice reflecting a commitment to diversity, inclusion and social justice 3) Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and assess short- and long-term strategic plans 4) Extensive experience with advising, student development, program development and assessment, public speaking, collaboration with campus and community partners, policy and practice advocacy, and consultation with students, staff and faculty 5) Extensive knowledge of the ways that sexual orientation and gender identity intersect with other identities to impact the lived experiences of members of the GLBT community 6) Experience developing and facilitating workshops on a wide range of diversity and cultural competence topics such as heterosexism, cissexism, racism, power and privilege, internalized oppression, intersectionality or micro-aggressions 7) Strong financial management experience, including budgeting, fundraising and/or grant-writing 8) Knowledge and experience developing marketing, promotional and public relations materials for university diversity initiatives 9) Excellent written and oral communication skills
The University Of North Carolina