001534

JOB TITLE: Coord Diversity

JOB CODE: 001534

 

KNOWLEDGE, TRAINING & SKILLS

Master’s degree in a related field.

 

EXPERIENCE

Two Years of related experience. Additional experience may be used on a one-to-one basis to offset the educational requirements.


 

Outdated job specification for job code 001534 - Associate Director Community Relations.

JOB TITLE: Assoc Dir Diversity Initiative

JOB CODE: 001534

 

KNOWLEDGE, TRAINING & SKILLS

Master’s degree in Student Personnel Development, Higher Education Administration or related areas.

 

EXPERIENCE

Six years of related experience with administrative and higher education administrative experience.  An equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience may be substituted for the requirements noted.

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Outdated job specification for job code 001534 - Associate Director Community Relations.  Job code is now used by 'Assoc Dir Diversity Initiativ'.

 

JOB TITLE: Associate Director Community Relations

CLASS CODE: 001534

JOB SUMMARY (Was for Associate Director Community Relations)

Administer, direct, and implement urban diversity initiative programs in diverse areas of the greater metropolitan Louisville area.

 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (Was for Associate Director Community Relations)

Serve as Co-Project Coordinator with the Executive Director, Metroversity for the pilot project, Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC).  Provide assistance to faculty participating in the project.

Assist in the development of cross-cultural training sessions and programmatic development for professional, Para-professional staff and students; co-teaching diversity courses.  Assess and evaluate programs efforts.  Facilitate affirmative action policy and guidelines and adherence to policies.

Serve as liaison to diverse multicultural community groups and agencies.  Design and implement multicultural/diversity workshops, seminars, course sections, classroom presentations, staff development for the University and community agencies.

Co-chair of The Study of Women and Global Issues committee of COSW.  Co-chair of UofL Diversity committee.

Serve as primary curator of “The Linda L. Wilson Municipal College (LMC) collection” which is housed in Ekstrom Library Archives.  Chair and convener of the UofL Diversity committee’s The Children’s Literature Library project.

 

KNOWLEDGE, TRAINING & SKILLS (Was for Associate Director Community Relations)

Master’s degree in Student Personnel Development, Higher Education Administration or related areas.

 

EXPERIENCE (Was for Associate Director Community Relations)

Six years of related experience with administrative and higher education administrative experience.  An equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience may be substituted for the requirements noted.