The Program Coordinator for Identity & Inclusion supports the overarching mission of the Department by fulfilling the following responsibilities.
Duties & Responsibilities: General
Plan, implement, and assess large-scale identity-based, community-wide programs, events, workshops, retreats that currently exist at Barnard or develop new initiatives to address emerging issues, needs, or student concerns
Advise all clubs, organizations, and student groups recognized by the Department labeled or classified as cultural, identity, or groups with a mission that aligns with the scope and purpose of the role
Chair campus-wide committees focusing on the development, implementation, and evaluation of heritage month programming in collaboration with student groups, leaders and campus partners
Supervise and contribute to the search for one graduate assistant, to assist with duties and responsibilities associated with the position
Supervise the McAC Mosaic Committee Chair, an undergraduate student leader, and support programs and initiatives developed by the committee
Supervise, recruit, hire, and assist with the training for two peer educators for identity and inclusion to assist with duties and responsibilities associated with the identity and inclusion initiatives
Serve as a Strengths Coach, and assist the Department and Barnard College with facilitating coaching sessions for student leaders, students, and other members of the Barnard community
Maintain and oversee budgeting and financial responsibilities for Identity & Inclusion Education initiatives
Contribute to the Department's marketing and communication efforts via content management platforms and other means to ensure the campus community is informed and aware of Identity & Inclusion Education initiatives
Contribute to Department committees in the context of identity and inclusion education as needed including but not limited to NSOP, Leadership and Civic Engagement initiatives, Student Recognition, Commencement, etc.
Assist in staffing campus-wide programs and initiatives both via the Department and the College; may include some evening and weekend responsibilities
Serve on campus-wide committees representing the Department, specifically if there is a need or request for representation of Identity & Inclusion Education initiatives
Other duties as assigned
Skills, Qualifications & Requirements:
Masters Degree in Higher Education Administration, Student Development or a related field
1-3 years of experience working in an higher education setting, ideally in the context of DEI work or working with diverse student populations
Experience both advising and supervising undergraduate & graduate students
Strong communication, time management, and organizational skills.
Familiarity with Clifton Strengths Finder and Strengths coaching
Experience working with the following software programs; Engage or other Anthology programs for organization management, Google Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe platforms,
Positive approach to professionalism
Ability to work in a high volume, high traffic, and high energy environment
Comfortability working as a member of a team and willingness to be a member of the Barnard
Please submit a cover letter to apply for this position in addition to a resume
Since its founding in 1889, Barnard has been a distinguished leader in higher education, offering a rigorous liberal arts foundation to young women whose curiosity, drive, and exuberance set them apart. Ours is a diverse intellectual community in a unique learning environment that provides the best of all worlds: small, intimate classes in a collaborative liberal arts setting dedicated to the advancement of women with the vast resources of Columbia University just steps away in the heart of vibrant and electric New York City.