Director of Co-Curricular Learning, Educational Equity, and Assessment (512227)
The California State University
San Jose
hace 2 días

Description : Job Summary

Job Summary

The Division of Student Affairs at San Jose State University is taking a curricular approach to the delivery of co-curricular programs and services.

This approach will be grounded in a defined Student Affairs Curriculum, an embedded commitment to racial justice and equity, and a continuous assessment of educational and operational effectiveness.

This requires a new role in the Division that will ensure that the fundamental work of Student Affairs is executed to address learning and engagement principles, and will be done in new ways to meet the dynamic and diverse needs of all demographics of students.

This role is designed to center equity and racial justice within the co-curriculum and the assessment of the co-curriculum.

The Director of Co-Curricular Learning, Educational Equity and Assessment will bring a new intentionality to the content of Student Affairs work, the efficacy of engagement strategies, and ensuring that historically underrepresented students and experiences are made core subjects of programs, services, and policies.

To fulfill the promise to the students and communities we serve alongside, SJSU will be an organization that actively promotes diversity, inclusivity, and equity, ensuring that everyone in our community experiences a deep sense of belonging.

To actualize this vision and contribute to combating systemic oppression within and across our communities, SJSU must champion and consistently apply an equity lens to our external and internal work, and endeavor to build and nurture a diverse, inclusive, equitable environment that effectively prepares and engages members of our community in their pursuit of expanding opportunity and striving for educational equity for the students we serve.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement a divisional programming and frameworks based on concepts from Bensimon’s Equity Scorecard Framework
  • Establish division-wide assessment strategy based on learning outcomes, operational effectiveness, and compliance with regional and specialized accreditation standards
  • Converge, report, share, and analyze data assessment data
  • Train departments on assessment processes and tools
  • Lead and manage the Student Affairs Curriculum guiding requisite annual programming and services
  • Develop and stewardship of a racial justice and equity template for all Division programs and services
  • Develop co-curricular design and delivery standards
  • Manage the development, implementation and continuous evolution of Student Affairs education and training programs
  • Work to eliminate institutional and structural racism and its intersections with other forms of oppression, including sexism, heterosexism, classism, and ableism
  • Train staff on equity lens and skills
  • Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Strong interpersonal skills, humor, and compassion
  • Outstanding administrative skills, including the ability to produce, track and manage multiple deliverables with overlapping deadlines in a high-performing environment
  • Educational assessment and organizational assessment design and implementation : quantitative and qualitative
  • Curriculum development and implementation
  • Organization change management skills
  • Project management and leadership skills
  • Vendor relationship and contract management
  • Research skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Demonstrated ability to develop collaborative, productive and respectful relationships with leaders and other institutions and groups, including but not limited to communities of color, immigrant and refugee communities, business, and philanthropy
  • Experience developing and managing programs to address institutional and structural racism
  • Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Three years of work experience with some combination of these areas : assessment, co-curricular development, and racial justice
  • Preferred Qualifications

  • Master's or PhD degree
  • 5 years of experience in a higher education or related setting and leading programs that build co-curricular programming
  • Bilingual language skills
  • Experience in developing, implementing, and leading Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) programs, with demonstrable outcomes
  • Demonstrated experience development assessment programs and / or providing training to others on the topic of assessment
  • Published work or conference presentations on the topics of racial justice, assessment and / or co-curricular development
  • Compensation

    Classification : Administrator II

    Hiring Range : Commensurate with experience

    San José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefits package typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For more information on programs available, please see the .

    Application Procedure

    Click Apply Now to complete the SJSU Online Employment Application and attach the following documents :

  • Resume
  • Letter of Interest
  • All applicants must apply within the specified application period : March 25, 2022 through April 11, 2022 . This position is open until filled;
  • however, applications received after screening has begun will be considered at the discretion of the university.

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