Requisition # 2019-9919 Department Provost Category Diversity and Inclusion Full-Time / Part-Time Full-Time Application Deadline
The Project Analyst facilitates critical activities for the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity. Reporting to the Vice Provost, the Project Analyst manages a varied portfolio of projects with a particular emphasis on educational and climate initiatives in academic departments.
Responsibilities may include supporting committees and task forces focused on policy, systems innovation, and campus climate; and facilitating projects on behalf of campus partners. This individual will also assist in designing and delivering a strategic education and training program for students, faculty and staff focused on Title IX, discrimination and harassment, and elements of a healthy campus climate.
The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity oversees initiatives to fulfill the University's commitment to diversity, inclusion and fair treatment of all members of the campus community, and to monitor compliance with University policies and federal, state and local laws concerning nondiscrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action. Information about the office and the University's values and programs to support diversity, equity and inclusion can be found at https://inclusive.princeton.edu/.
This position is a full-time, one-year term position with the possibility of renewal.
Support partnerships with academic departments and Deans (Faculty, Graduate School, College, School of Engineering) to develop and implement strategies to enhance scholarly diversity and inclusion
Collaborate with academic units and departments to advance diversity and inclusion through recruitment, mentoring, training, climate/inclusion, and/or evaluation
Staff academic department climate committees by developing materials and providing customized support
Design and implement strategic education and training programs for students, faculty and staff focused on diversity and inclusion topics such as policies and procedures, bystander intervention skills, and ways to support an inclusive culture.
Assist with development and implementation of new online and in-person educational materials and programs
Lead and/or facilitate diversity- and inclusion-related training, workshops and presentations
Conduct research to gather scholarly content for educational programs
Maintain education tracking and evaluation systems
Manage and/or support other planning and strategic initiatives focused on institutional diversity and equity goals as assigned.
Support institutional priorities by compiling demographic progress and climate data, organizing meetings, and coordinating budgets
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, with at least three years of relevant experience in the areas of higher education, training, and/or diversity and inclusion.
Three to five years relevant experience developing and facilitating training on a wide range of diversity and inclusion topics.
Experienced presenter who is able to customize training, read one's audience, think on one's feet, and adapt creatively, particularly when working with diverse groups who may not have D&I expertise or experience.
Ability to independently organize, prioritize and carry out detailed work under time constraints.
Excellent listening, communication and interpersonal skills and an ability to cultivate partnerships in Princeton's diverse community of students, faculty and staff.
Familiarity with academic culture.
Demonstrated knowledge of D&I topics, including current research and national trends in higher education, with an emphasis on discrimination, harassment and organizational climate.
High degree of professionalism and discretion, and ability to exercise judgment, tact, and diplomacy in handling sensitive information and situations.
Demonstrated proficiency in using technology, including presentation software.
Advanced degree in an academic field and experience working in a higher education environment preferred.
Knowledge and expertise regarding Title IX.
Experience with conducting program evaluation and assessment.
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW
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