Assistant Director for Leadership Development
Responsibilities: Administration of the leadership education program, the community service program, and working closely with students and staff relative to student leadership and development. Present leadership workshops and training sessions that address character formation; will design and offer direct academic instruction on relevant subject matter in collaboration with faculty and academic departments to support the general curriculum and university mission.
Special qualifications: Candidates must be able to demonstrate a theoretical foundation in the principles and practices of leadership. Candidates must possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, strong organizational skills, the ability to manage multiple priorities, and the willingness to work and communicate effectively with diverse populations and as a team.
Experience: Candidates must possess leadership program planning and development skills with a minimum of one to three years of relevant experience in a higher education setting. Previous experience with fiscal management and a proficiency in the utilization of specialized technology in a student services educational setting is strongly preferred.
Education: Master's degree in leadership education, higher education administration, student personnel, or related field required.
Core competencies: Intercultural Proficiency, Leadership, Planning, Student Learning
Updated Jan. 20, 2013