Master's degree in higher education student affairs, counseling, social work, or related field preferred. Experience leading initiatives related to BGLTQ life in a college or related institution. Demonstrated knowledge of BGLTQ history, politics, and identity development. Experience in creating educational programs and events and working with a broad range of constituencies. Experience communicating across various cultural constituencies in-person and through professional writing. Must have experience with budget management, and policy development and review. Latitude for independent judgment. Proven ability to work collaboratively with a variety of constituents, ability to work independently on complex projects, managing change, and establishing priorities and meeting deadlines.
Ph.D. in related field and teaching experience at the undergraduate level, as a successful candidate may have the option to be appointed as lecturer and to carry a one course per year teaching load in the Committee on degrees in Studies of Women, Gender and Sexuality.
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