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Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Services

Bucknell University
Pennsylvania, United States
Salary Not specified
Start date
Jun 21, 2021

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Administrative, Student Affairs, Student Activities & Services
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Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Services

Job No: 496738
Position Type: full-time
Location: Lewisburg, PA
Categories: Student Affairs

This position is situated within Diversity and Inclusion, a division of student affairs which houses International Student Services; Lesbian, Gay Bisexual Trans* and Queer Resources; Multicultural Student Services; Religious and Spiritual Life; and the Women's Resource Center. The Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Services is an integral member of Diversity and Inclusion, providing a broad range of high touch, high impact resources aimed at retention, success, support, and programming for the multicultural community as well as the broader student body at Bucknell University. Major responsibilities include coordinating the Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM) mentoring program (a growing peer mentoring program for underrepresented students with 60 scholars and mentors who have weekly activities ranging from individual and staff meetings), managing social gatherings and academic readiness programs, advising student organization, and assisting in educational outreach programming (such as UnHerd, a series of in-depth social justice trainings and workshops). This position reports to the Director of Multicultural Student Services.

Job Duties:
Provide programming and support.
  • Co-Direct and Coordinate TEAM Mentoring Program.
  • Co-facilitate on-going leadership development opportunities.
  • Regularly meet with TEAM mentors.
  • Coordinate with mentors, monthly cultural, social and academic programming.
  • Support the development of a strong community.
  • Co-direct the RAMP-Up! Pre-Orientation Program for incoming students.
  • Recruit, screen, select and train the Peer Assistants and Peer Leaders.
  • Plan, coordinate and execute all aspects of RAMP-Up! programming.
  • Assist in transporting participants to/from various events.
  • Facilitate sessions on high school to college transition and student success.
  • Be available for emergencies in conjunction with the Director of Multicultural Student Services.

    Develop and distribute marketing content for the Multicultural Student Services programs:
  • Coordinate the Multicultural Student Services Web Page maintenance with the Communications Department.
  • Responsible for the management and design, inventory, and distribution of print and electronic publications.
  • Assist in maintaining a social media and virtual presence.

    Provide coordination and assistance for outreach programming such as workshops, lectures, and training in the UnHerd Series.

    Coordinate and plan the annual Civil Rights Spring Break Trip.
  • Set up pre-departure orientation, meetings, and curriculum.
  • Plan transportation, lodging, and site visits.
  • Implement advertising and application procedures.

    Collaborate with Residential Education.
  • Work in consultation with residence life to communicate break-time opportunities, storage, and meal accessibility.
  • Work directly with Residential Education to support the 7th Street House, an African-American Heritage themed community, and La Casa (a Latinx community themed housing option).
  • Work closely with the Resident Assistant and affinity leader for 7th Street and La Casa in order to support programming efforts for the house and the broader community.

    Serve as a liaison to student organizations.
  • Communicate and coordinate plans for campus-wide events initiated by Multicultural Student Services and related departments.
  • Assist student organizations to create programs that complement the goals of Multicultural Student Services.

    Participate in meetings & professional development opportunities.
  • Attend individual meetings with the Director of Multicultural Student Services.
  • Attend departmental staff meetings, divisional meetings, and other meetings as required.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications:
  • Master's degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs, or related field
  • At least one year of full time or equivalent experience working with underrepresented populations in a college/university setting
  • Driver's license with clear driving record for a minimum of two years
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite as well as ability/willingness to learn programs such as InDesign, Adobe, Photoshop, and Google platforms.
  • Strong intercultural competence and interpersonal communication skills
  • Awareness of issues related to socioeconomic status, gender identity and expression, sexuality, race and ethnicity, ability, national origin, religious and interfaith, and the relationship between power and privilege
  • Demonstrated experience managing student staff and complex projects

    Other Requirements:
    This position will require evening and weekend work to support certain department events/programs.

    Preferred Qualifications:
  • Three years of related experience
  • Demonstrated commitment to career growth in higher education
  • Marketing and communication skills especially with regard to use of technology, social media
  • Experience managing events, including assessment and evaluation of effectiveness

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