Gallaudet LGBTQA Resource Center Coordinator Position Accepting Applications

Coordinator, LGBTQA

Department: Keeping the Promise
Job Number: HR-13018
Date Posted: 4/5/2013
Salary Range: $42,500 to $76,400
Status: Accepting applications

Under the direction of the Keeping the Promise (KTP) director, takes a leadership role in the planning, development, implementation and supervision of all facets of the Office of Diversity and Equity for Students’(ODES), programs and services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer and Ally (LGBTQA) students; works in collaboration with, Multicultural Student Programs (MSP) and Keeping the Promise Black and Latino (KTPB/L), and the ODES Resource Center; participates in the leadership of the Diversity Dialogue Program and works closely with the other ODES coordinators to design the dialogues, promote the program and trains facilitators; works with the KTP director and coordinators of Keeping The Promise and MSP to create and implement the office communication and marketing plans to promote Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) and ODES programs and services, and to recruit student participants; conducts research and disseminates information pertaining to the LGBTQA program and Resource Center; assists the executive director with writing grants to support LGBTQA programs; assesses student learning outcomes and program outcomes for LGBTQA programs; manages the LGBTQA program budget and submits budget information and summaries as requested by the executive director; ensures the alignment of LGBTQA programs within the ODES mission, the Gallaudet University mission statement, the Gallaudet Strategic Plan (GSP,) and the University’s Diversity Plan; analyses program data and submits ongoing written assessments and annual reports; oversees and maintains the ODES website; manages the undergraduate mentoring program.

Master’s degree in student personnel, psychology, social work, deaf studies, education, counseling, or another related human behaviors field. Possess a minimum of one year of progressively challenging administrative experience in program development, coordination, and assessment. (Bachelor’s degree and three years of experience managing a program for the success of LGBTQA collegians will be considered). Possess a strong managerial and organizational skills required. Demonstrate knowledge of and experience in student assessment and development of student learning outcomes and using data to improve program and services. Knowledge and understanding of student development, proven ability to work with diverse populations and the ability to demonstrate a positive and team-oriented attitude required; ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced office environment required. Familiarity with university programs and services is essential. Effective writing skills required. Fluent sign language skills required at the time of employment.