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JOB TITLE: Diversity and Inclusion Programming Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: Student Affairs
REPORTS TO: Director of Campus Life

JOB SUMMARY: The Diversity and Inclusion Programming Coordinator is responsible for planning and assessment of educational and social programs related to diversity awareness, celebration, and education; training and supervising peer educators in hosting educational sessions on topics relating to diversity, equity and inclusion; participating in our Emerging Leaders programming; and serving as an advocate for students with marginalized identities by connecting them to resources on and off campus.  In addition to these responsibilities, this staff member serves as a member of the On-Duty team and as such, participates in a weekly on-call crisis response rotation and handles crises as needed.  

•    Under the direction of the Director of Campus Life, implements diversity and inclusion programming, such as MLK Day of Service and Education and themed months or weeks (Black History Month; Transgender Day of Visibility, etc.)
•    Assists with the planning and execution of annual programs and events for the Office of Campus Life, such as New Student Orientation, UArts Day, and the Student Leadership Awards. 
•    In conjunction with the Director Campus Life and the Title IX and Diversity Administrator, devises and implements diversity and multicultural allies training/peer educator program. 
•    Meets regularly with student staff to discuss student needs and future programs.
•    Co-facilitates the Emerging Leaders program in the Fall and/or Spring semesters.
•    Serves in the On-Duty crisis response rotation.
•    Assists in day-to-day activities as needed in the Office of Campus Life including staff in-service. 
•    Performs other related duties as may be required. 

•    Minimum of an earned Master’s Degree in Higher Education, Education, Student Affairs, or similar area
•    Minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in creating, providing and marketing diversity and inclusion related programming with a strong focus on multicultural and LGBTQIA+ programs
•    Excellent organizational and event planning skills
•    Ability to work with a diverse population of students
•    Ability to organize large and small events, host educational workshops, train peer educators, and provide programming that is educational and encourages discussion and reflection on intersectional identities

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the incumbent; they do not purport to describe all functions.  Incumbent may be assigned other duties, and the essential functions may change from time to time as necessary.

The University of the Arts—a leader in developing visual and performing artists and designers since 1876—is the only university in the United States that allows its students to collaborate across traditional lines. With more than 30 majors, 30 minors and 13 graduate programs in visual arts, performing arts, design and liberal studies, UArts develops alumni who are not only leaders in their disciplines, but also creative thinkers able to succeed in any path they choose. Our nearly 1,900 students study and create on our campus in the heart of Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts, the city’s cultural center, within walking distance of hundreds of galleries, museums, theaters and other performing arts venues.

TO APPLY: Interested qualified applicants should submit a letter of application/cover letter and a resume via email to jobs@uarts.edu. Please ensure job title is in the Subject line.

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