Solves problems in areas such as academic and administrative policy, student admissions, curriculum research and development, and budget development. Advises various campus-wide and program committees in various aspects of student life.
Recommends process improvements for programs that relate to critical student-life improvement, including emergency management, accommodations for students with disabilities, and/or the administration of health care services and programs for students.
Performs other related work as needed.
Educational background in student affairs, higher education administration, gender/sexuality studies, educational policy, counseling, or related field.
Five to seven years of professional experience in student affairs/higher education.
Supporting and advising students who identify at LGBTQ or have questions about sexual orientation and gender identity/expression.
Developing large-scale programs related to identity, with a focus on LGBTQ communities.
Designing curriculum and facilitating workshops and/or dialogues.
Program evaluation and assessing student learning.
Cultivating strategic partnerships.
Experience with supervision.
Understand the needs of the University of Chicago community and work with students, staff, and faculty in a wide variety of situations.
An understanding of and commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Demonstrated ability to foster community in complex academic or institutional environments.
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills; ability to navigate sensitive situations.
Strong project management, organizational, and analytical skills with exceptional attention to detail.
Must exhibit creativity and flexibility.
Work regular evening hours and some weekends.
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