University of Idaho
Equity and Diversity
$63,076 per year or higher depending on education
The Director/Recruiter for underserved students will have oversight
of UI's Black/African American Cultural Center, reports to the
Chief Diversity Officer and provides experienced and visionary
leadership to assess, develop, and implement recruitment, retention
initiatives and programming within a primary theoretical framework
that centers on racial equity frameworks and inclusion pedagogies.
The Director/Recruiter will work collaboratively with colleagues to
support recruitment and improve the campus climate and the work of
addressing individual and cultural racism, and provide advocacy and
leadership with proven abilities to bring different people of all
The Director/Recruiter assumes primary responsibility for the
day-to-day operations of the Center, including the supervision of
all staff, the development and implementation of programmatic and
operational procedures, recruitment, education and outreach,
administration of budgets, grant writing, developing short and
long-range goals in keeping with the mission and strategic and
diversity plans of the University of Idaho and the Office of Equity
• Master’s in Black or Ethnic Studies, Student Service, Social
Psychology, Sociology, Communication Studies, or Higher Education
Leadership. • Two years of experience working on Black/African
American issues in higher education or student service
• Experience in multicultural programming development.
• Experience in multicultural student recruitment.
• Experience with diversity and inclusion professional development
and training in higher education.
• Experience in marketing and communications (e.g., electronic
newsletters, websites, social media).
• Experience in fundraising and working with alumni/diverse
• Experience in grant writing.
• Experience designing and implementing programs focusing on Pan
African, Black students.
• Ph.D./Ed.D. in Black or Ethnic Studies, student services, social
psychology, sociology, communication studies, higher education
leadership, or Social Justice Education.
• Demonstrated ability to collect, analyze and report statistical
information and reach a conclusion supported by research.
• Knowledge of literacy, and conversational comfort about diversity
and inclusion issues that are found at a large rural predominantly
• Demonstrated ability to discuss the theoretical frameworks that
underpin any training and professional development on racial equity
and inclusion and be able to write curriculum tailored to these
• Demonstrated experience working with faculty, staff, and students
on Black centered frameworks and anti-racism at a systemic
• Courses or specialization in Black or African American
• Demonstrated strong oral, written and interpersonal communication
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Open Until Filled:
To receive first consideration, please submit application materials
by July 23, 2021.
Applicants who are selected as final
possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative