Campus Director and Facilitator of BaCE Program

Position summary:

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Summary of Duties 

The Campus Director and Facilitator is an equity-minded, culturally responsive, creative, agile, innovative, motivated, strengths-based, self-directed and team-oriented leader of the Building a Community Equity Program. This includes serving as principal facilitator for BaCE enrichment sessions and workshops on topics of equity, diversity, inclusion, and intercultural development. The Campus Director and Facilitator leads assessment efforts of the BaCE program, including the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI). The Campus Director and Facilitator will serve as the campus’ IDI Qualified Administrator and provide workshops on intercultural development, including individual and group debrief meetings to internal and external staff, faculty, and community partners. 

  • Responsible for all elements of the Building a Community of Equity Program (BaCE) at WSU Vancouver, including developing content and curriculum, delivering high-impact enrichment workshops, and providing consultative services on topics related to equity, diversity, inclusion, belonging, justice and intercultural development to internal and external constituents, including faculty, staff, and external organizations and community members.  

  • Responsible for administering and facilitating BaCE and IDI initiatives and efforts, including program participation, metrics and outcomes for internal and external participants. Serve as campus resource, consultant and coach to staff, faculty, supervisors, managers, student leadership organizations, and external community entities. 

  • Design and implement assessment instruments to evaluate effectiveness of BaCE and development programs.  

  • Create collaborations with units on campus, including Office of Equity and Diversity, Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Student Affairs and Enrollment, Marketing and Communications, Institutional Effectiveness and Research, and Human Resources, to name a few.

  • Responsible for BaCE initiatives including BaCE Enrichment Series for external groups and organizations, BaCE Pedagogy Academy, BaCE Action Academy, and other initiatives in the Office of Equity and Diversity.  

  • This role will provide leadership in designing and delivering tools and resources that support inclusive, equity-minded, and culturally sustaining policies, processes, practices and pedagogies. 

The Campus Director and Facilitator reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Equity and Diversity. This position will ensure strategic deployment of enrichment resources to provide coherent and cohesive educative initiatives, resources and opportunities for staff and faculty at WSU Vancouver. This role will also develop opportunities to partner with and provide these services to external organizations and community members. The Campus Director and Facilitator provides leadership rooted in inclusive excellence to build a community of equity, diversity, inclusion, justice, belonging and intercultural development. 

Minimum requirements:
  • A Bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to area of specialization and three (3) years of experience directly related to the specialty area. Any combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis. 

  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends and travel overnight as needed. 

Preferred qualifications:
  • At least three (3) years of experience in the areas of equity, diversity, inclusion, belonging, intercultural development and/or social justice as demonstrated through facilitating workshops/presenting to individuals and groups, providing individual and group coaching, developing content or curriculum, and/or coordinating and managing programs.  

  • Master’s Degree in a related field.  

$57,000-$65,000 Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
To apply:

The job posting can be found here with application instructions. This position is open until filled. 

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