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Description: The vice-president for Diversity and Inclusion is the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) of Andrews University, and provides spiritual, administrative and academic leadership for the equity and diversity vision, resources, and programs across the University. Within the context of the mission and values of the University and the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the vice president promotes and implements the equity and diversity strategic direction set for the University and reaffirms and fosters a University community and campus climate that values and actively supports equity and diversity. The vice president works in close collaboration with senior academic and administrative leadership and diverse communities, both within the University and with external partners and communities to shape, promote and implement this strategic direction within the context of the gospel.
The vice-president is a 100%-time, 12-month senior administrative position. The vice-president reports to the president and serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet. The appointment date to fill this position is open for one year; and shall remain open until filled. Salary is commensurate with education, experience and comparable vice presidential positions at Andrews University. Qualified applicants shall also be eligible for a faculty appointment, contingent upon academic credentials and accomplishments.
For more information or to apply visit: https://www.andrews.edu/admres/jobs/show/staff_salary#job_3
Experience: •PhD or comparable terminal degree
•Minimum of 5 years’ professional experience in designing and leading efforts relating to institutional access, diversity, inclusion, multiculturalism, and education and employment equity, including fluency with the current scholarship in diversity and inclusion
•Evidence of spiritual leadership
•Ability to exercise diplomacy to engage others in productive and civil dialogues that advance diversity efforts
•Record of working collaboratively with academic and administrative colleagues at all levels, and with diverse external communities, to facilitate positive and collaborative processes and initiatives
•Evidence of engagement with current higher education issues, both within North America and the Seventh-day Adventist Church
•Exceptional interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with multiple and diverse constituents
•Strong analytical and organizational skills
•A record of academic accomplishment consistent with a tenured track faculty position at the University
•Demonstrated visionary skills and the ability to oversee strategic planning and organizational development efforts relating to institutional change
•Demonstrated experience advocating for, and leading change efforts related to, institutional practice and policy as a member of a senior leadership team
•Experience internationally that included effective cross-cultural engagement
Contact:Dalry PayneAndrews University
4150 Administration Dr.
Berrien Springs, MI firstname.lastname@example.org