1.Facilitates campus-wide dialogue regarding inequity on campus, specific to the Department of Education requirements aimed at improving equity in classroom; serves as key contact for project manager. 2.Develops an equity plan for the College. 3.Oversees the Career & Technical Education (CTE) Diversity Task Force. 4.Reviews Perkins performance report and develops results-based action plan to improve equity on campus and improve number of students in areas and programs of historical inequity using innovative and creative methods. 5.Collects and analyzes data, creates reports, reviews and explains trends; formulates and evaluates alternative solutions and/or recommendations to achieve goals of the Perkins grant. 6.Works with faculty, deans, project manager, and other interested parties on campus to develop initiatives and programming to increase awareness of inequity on campus. 7.Works with project manager in development of annual fiscal needs and budgetary planning for meeting the DOE indicators of participation and completion of non-traditional students. 8.Develops and maintains a working knowledge of Title IX (gender equity), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act (race/national origin equity) and relevant state laws. 9.Partners with high schools and local industry to help address inequity in CTE programs and occupations. 10.Serve as liaison between Camden County College and the other stakeholders of the STEM Dual Enrollment program, giving special emphasis to the support of students enrolled in the CST.AAS degree program. 11.Assist non-traditional CTE students in searching for appropriate resources to continue their educations. 12.Related duties and projects as assigned.
1.Bachelor's degree; graduate work in gender studies, sociology, and/or CTE-related programs preferred 2.One of more years of experience working with diverse student populations 3.Demonstrated knowledge of Title IX (gender equity), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act (race/national origin equity), and relevant state laws preferred. 4.Demonstrated knowledge of data mining and analysis preferred
Job Category: Temporary
Internal Number: 5542
About Camden County College
Camden County College is one of the largest, most comprehensive community colleges in New Jersey and the surrounding region and is a vital resource for transfer education, workforce training, and cultural events. Its three distinct locations in Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill – along with its satellite locations in Lakeland, Sicklerville and elsewhere throughout the County – share the common mission of providing accessible, affordable higher education and occupational study to all who can benefit.The College also is recognized nationally as a leader in technology programs such as video game design/development and photonics. In addition, it is acknowledged for maintaining low tuition rates for many years. Perhaps most importantly, CCC is known for responding to the changing needs of the communities and students it serves by continuously updating its programs and services to support the economic development in this area and the professional and personal development of residents.