Support: The Bias Response and Support (BRS) role will support students, faculty, and staff who have experienced bias, hate or racial discrimination throughout the reporting, fact finding, and investigation process from start to finish. Although all UNH community members will be served, emphasis will be on student support. Education: This position will provide education to impacted individuals and serve as a resource for UNH community members for related campus-wide trainings on these topics. Guidance: This position will offer guidance to impacted individuals around their decision making, to ensure decisions are informed. Capacity: This position may require occasional evenings, nights, and or/weekends for full effectiveness.
Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Social Justice Studies, or related field of study â¢Recent certification or coursework in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion â¢At least three years of professional work experience in any of the following: -Outreach and support for BIPOC individuals, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and individuals with other marginalized identities -Student conduct, restorative justice, and or bias response -Advising college students or within a higher education setting -Developing and implementing educational training on higher education law as it relates to FERPA, freedom of speech, bias v. hate crimes, and other areas related to the reporting process -Developing and implementing educational trainings on diversity, equity, and inclusion and other related topics
Internal Number: PS2042FY20
About University of New Hampshire (UNH)
The University of New Hampshire is an R1 Carnegie classification research institution providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire's lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of 13,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs. The University actively promotes a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds pursue academic goals with mutual respect and shared inquiry.