Assistant Director

Updated: about 2 months ago
Location: Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA
Deadline: 01 Jun 2020

Classification Title:
Assistant Director  
Working Title:
Assistant Director  
UNC-Chapel Hill  
Job Summary:
The Assistant Director position will lead programming development and implementation efforts for the Carolina Women's Center(CWC), supporting the overall mission of the Center to make the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) a more inclusive environment, and to identify and remove gender-based barriers that impede students, faculty, staff, and postdoctoral scholars from thriving to their fullest potential at Carolina. The position will specifically lead program development and coordination, communication efforts, student outreach initiatives, and assessment of Assistant plans and programs. This position contributes to the daily operations of the department by working collaboratively with other campus and community partners to develop quality programming, to provide guidance to campus constituents on policies and practices in place to remove gender-based barriers, to contribute to grant proposals and fundraising, and any necessary UNC-CH reporting documents. The Assistant Director will also assist the Director in fundraising and other tasks assigned by the Director.  
Minimum Qualifications:
Required Work Experience: -Five - seven years of progressively responsible experience in higher education, community development, human/social services or related field -At least three - five years of experience working directly on issues related to women's rights and gender equity -Experience in program development, planning and assessment -Experience in communication and outreach to campus and/or community constituents -Ability to work effectively with groups and communities in a variety of educational, cultural, civic, and social settings -Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as attention to detail. -Demonstrated experience working as an effective team member -Ability to independently plan, manage and meet deadlines for multiple projects with minimal supervision -Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people and organizations and to keep leadership and staff well-informed of project progress and outcomes -Ability to work some evening and weekend hours Preferred Qualifications/Work Experience: -Experience in organizational and student personnel management -Experience with university/community engagement, including developing and sustaining partnerships -Experience and demonstrated skills in fundraising and/or grantwriting efforts -Ability to occasionally travel and meet with partners or stakeholders across the state. -Knowledge of current practices and trends in community engagement/public service as it relates to gender equity -Knowledge of the University of North Carolina and higher education institutions and an appreciation of the role of public service and community engagement within a universityMaster's degree in relevant field (social science, higher education, public administration or policy, etc.).  
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