The Assistant Vice Chancellor (AVC) for Social Justice and Inclusion reports to, and partners with, the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (VCSA) to develop the vision, direction and actualization of an inclusive co-curricular learning environment. The AVC serves on the Vice Chancellor’s Executive Council (EC), a small group of the division’s senior leaders. The AVC acts as the senior diversity officer for Student Affairs, providing consultation and guidance across all Student Affairs departments (including auxiliaries and cost centers) to ensure that divisional services and polices promote an inclusive student learning environment.
The AVC develops and promotes a co-curricular infrastructure that incorporates social justice and inclusion through community based learning, social action, and intersections. The AVC furthers the vision of Student Affairs and the university by driving strategic initiatives and developing new programs and policies that cultivate an engaged, informed and equitable learning environment
The AVC leads divisional efforts around student success and retention by supervising the directors of the Women’s Resource Center, the Gender & Sexuality Center, Cultural Unity & Engagement, and the Volunteer Resource Center. The AVC builds a network of university and community resources to provide a matrix of support to campus-wide diversity and inclusion efforts in consultation with the VCSA, Chief Campus Diversity Officer in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE), and other campus senior leaders.
What we can offer:
The salary range for this position starts at $128,000.
The University of Colorado offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO Pass. The University of Colorado Boulder is one of the largest employers in Boulder County and offers an inspiring higher education environment. Learn more about the University of Colorado Boulder.
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What we require:
Master's degree; progressive experience with diversity and multicultural affairs in higher education.
Minimum of 6 years with increasing responsibility and leadership positions within the college/university setting including experience as a Director of a unit within Student Affairs.
Demonstrated advanced administrative skills, strategic leadership, and supervisory experience of professional staff. Strong initiative, self-motivation and high standards of excellence also required.
The Division of Student Affairs at the University of Colorado Boulder Student Affairs is committed to enhancing student academic success while mitigating obstacles that may impede progress. We create inclusive environments to address student social, emotional, physical, spiritual, professional and academic needs to increase retention, academic progress and graduation rates. We provide programs and... services to support student health and wellness, personal and professional goal-setting and progress, social involvement, motivation and academic self-efficacy.