Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, the incumbent will oversee and manage the events planned by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, including workshops, trainings, supportive spaces, listening sessions and co-sponsorship of events with the School's student caucuses, faculty and other administrative offices. The incumbent will also provide support to the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion.
a)Works closely with the Assistant Dean on planning of key diversity and inclusion initiatives, such as workshops, trainings, guest speakers, film festivals,and listening sessions; collaborates with the school's more than 20+ caucuses and student groups on diversity and inclusion-related events. (35%)
b)Maintains and manages expenditure records and budgets for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, including vendor correspondence and billing, event budgets, receipts, reimbursement forms, etc. Troubleshoots issues and provide budgetary data and reports. (20%)
c)Develops flyers and advertisements, and assists Assistant Dean with various forms of publicity, including working with Director of Communications to feature and update D&I events. (25%)
d)Creates and disseminates a weekly e-newsletter. (10%)
e)Works with Assistant Dean to create survey tools and collect data and report on student, faculty and administrative concerns related to diversity and inclusion. (5%)
f)Performs other related duties as necessary. (5%)
Bachelor's degree or its equivalent required. 2-4 years of related experience required, particularly with event and project management experience.
Must have superior interpersonal, organizational, written, oral communication and analytic skills. Event management and execution experience is required and the ability to work evenings and some weekends is expected. Demonstrated accuracy in handling detail work and excellent follow-through required. Must be able to work under pressure on concurrent projects with frequent interruptions and minimal supervision. Ability to exercise excellent judgment, to be innovative and to understand the importance of CSSW and University governance and policy is required. Ability to develop relationships with the broader Columbia community is essential. Must be able to work with a diverse student body, faculty and administrators. Ability to prioritize and triage varying degrees of student issues or concerns.
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