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Expires December 06 2020

Title I and Title II Program Manager

CU Boulder

The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) encourages applications for a Title I and Title II Program Manager within ADA Compliance. We seek candidates whose professional service and life experience have prepared them to contribute to our dedication to a culturally diverse and inclusive higher education community.

 

The position of Program Manager in the ADA Compliance unit of the OIEC at CU Boulder supports the compliance mission of the ADA Coordinator's office to help ensure adherence to Titles I and II of the ADA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Fair Housing Act. 

 

This position will share responsibility for educating the campus community and promoting equal access and opportunity for those with disabilities. This position will also be primarily responsible for providing reasonable accommodations for all employees at the university, including permanent faculty and staff, research faculty, temporary employees, and student employees. Additionally, this position will operate within a team of campus partners to addresses the structural accessibility needs of the campus community (in partnership with Facilities Management and Housing Facilities Services) and the access needs of the public (in partnership with various departments). 


The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to building a culturally diverse community of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to contributing to an inclusive campus environment. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.

OIEC, under the leadership of Associate Vice Chancellor and Title IX Coordinator, Valerie Simons, employs a comprehensive and integrated approach for case resolution, education, assessment, support services, and ADA accommodations to build and cultivate a safe, inclusive, and accessible campus environment for all members of the CU community.

 

OIEC implements and enforces three university policies for students, staff, faculty, volunteers, and affiliates: Discrimination and Harassment; Sexual Misconduct, Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking; and Conflict of Interest in Cases of Amorous Relationships.

 

The university is committed to preventing and eliminating discrimination and harassment based on race, color, national origin, pregnancy, sex, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran (military service) status, political affiliation, or political philosophy.

Expires December 31 2020

Dean, School of Law

CU BoulderSchool of Law

The University of Colorado Boulder encourages applications for the position of Dean of the Law School. The Dean is the Law School’s chief academic and administrative officer, providing thoughtful and equitable leadership, strategic planning, and management of a nationally renowned academic program.

The Dean serves two equally important roles on the Boulder campus. First, the Dean is the principal advocate for the Law School both within and outside the university. Second, as a member of the Provost’s campus academic leadership team, the Dean works collaboratively with other administrators and academic leaders to advance the goals and mission of the CU Boulder campus overall. This leader must be committed to: excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service; providing collaborative leadership both within and outside the school; valuing and encouraging the contributions of a wide variety of individuals and programs; recruiting and retaining outstanding faculty, students, and staff; supporting academic freedom and the principles of diversity, inclusiveness, equity, and accessibility; and engaging in significant fundraising. The Dean must always act in furtherance of CU Boulder’s values of integrity, respect, inclusiveness, and openness.

Colorado Law’s offerings include the nationally recognized juris doctor program, legal clinics and other robust experiential learning opportunities, research centers, student-run journals, dual-degree programs, master’s programs, and certificate programs. It enrolls approximately 525 students and employs approximately 70 full-time faculty and 65 staff.

Expires December 31 2020

Dean of Planning, Research, Innovation and Institutional Effectiveness, Office of Instruction- Modesto Junior College

Modesto Junior College

Under general administrative direction, plans, organizes, evaluates, and provides leadership for activities and operations that promote equity and student success in the areas of research, planning, innovation and institutional effectiveness for college and statewide initiatives; institutional and external research; coordination and integration of campus strategic plans; program development, and evaluation; and resource development. Performs other duties, as assigned.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives general administrative direction from and reports to the Vice President of Instruction.
Provides direct supervision to professional and technical staff as well as other administrative support staff, as assigned.

Expires January 11 2021

Executive Director - Equity Institute

San Mateo County Community College District President's Office SKY - Skyline College

Under the general direction of the President, the Executive Director – Equity Institute will be responsible for providing leadership, strategic direction, overall coordination, and resource management of a comprehensive institute dedicated to professional and resource development to change structures of power and privilege and achieve equity, diversity, inclusion, and social justice. The Executive Director will lead a revenue generating enterprise that meets internal and external community demand for equity training and development in a self-sustaining manner. The Executive Director is part of a team of educational leaders who understand the principles of excellence in management, practices of visionary leadership, and who are committed to innovative approaches to equity and social justice, and will be located at Skyline College. As a member of the college leadership team, the Executive Director is held to the Leadership Standards of Excellence.

Duties and Responsibilities

The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Develops the strategic vision, mission and goals for the Equity Institute (EI)

2. Cultivates a broad base of knowledgeable partners for the EI to include District faculty, staff, administrators, and students who can work toward achieving the Institute goals

3. Develops and negotiates partnerships with other educational institutions, corporations, and community organizations

4. Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the Equity Institute

5. Submits proposed annual budget and quarterly financial statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization

6. Oversees the fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization, and maintenance of the Equity Institute in a positive financial position

7. Oversees and leads fundraising and development of other resources necessary to support the mission of the Equity Institute

8. Collaborates with the division of Student Equity and Support Programs to ensure campus-wide programming efforts related to developing cultural fluency and an inclusive campus

9. Provides leadership regarding topics, including, but not limited to strategic planning, outreach, resource management, business practices, and continuous improvement assessment of the Equity Institute’s operations

10. Identifies appropriate external resources to build capacity in developing and sustaining the EI

11. Initiates the development of EI professional development experiences

12. Establishes the research agenda and oversees publication of EI research and findings

13. Serves as official representative of the EI to the college, community, partners, and participants

14. Prepares strategic plan with short and long-range fundraising goals and strategies in support of the EI; develops and implements fundraising goals

15. Provides regular report to the President’s Cabinet on the status of fundraising efforts

16. Prepares and analyzes reports relative to the financial and operating performance of auxiliary operations

17. Maintains fiscal oversight for the budget and expenditures of the EI

18. Hires, supervises, directs, and evaluates the performance of the EI’s staff

19. Supervises and assumes responsibility for faculty, including, but not limited to the direct work of the EI

20. Collaborates with the Director of Community Relations and Marketing, develops materials and informs the brand for the EI to publicize the availability of EI services

21. Serves as key emergency prevention, preparedness, and response personnel as assigned

22. Performs other duties as assigned by the President

Expires January 15 2021

Associate Dean for Advancement

University of Southern California

Associate Dean for Advancement Advancement

The Associate Dean will work with Dean Noguera to develop a robust culture of philanthropy and create an advancement program that will broaden the school’s base of support and enhance its long-term financial sustainability. This individual will oversee Rossier’s development, alumni relations, and event programs and should have demonstrated experience working with high-net-worth donors, foundations, corporate donors, and faculty partners.

Currently, two-thirds of Rossier’s philanthropic support is derived from foundations and corporate donors. Rossier has about 28,000 living alumni, most of whom earned master’s degrees from the school. Rossier seeks to expand individual giving beyond the alumni base, and the Associate Dean will strategically identify and engage supporters with a keen interest in supporting the work of the school, whether they be local or nationally based.

The Associate Dean will partner with advancement leadership to refine and implement a strategy to engage donors and prospects in order to achieve fundraising goals and build an enhanced, sustainable base of support for Rossier. The Dean’s fundraising priorities include scholarships for all programs, support for translational research and field-based partnerships, strategic initiatives, and recruitment and retention of faculty through endowed chairs (building on the school’s existing $70 million endowment) and other initiatives such as seed grants for innovative programs.

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