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This professional serves as an integral part of the Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives (KODI) team and delivers programming to support the mission of the office as it pertains to the retention of underrepresented minority students, specifically scholarship students and non-scholarship Direct Admits to the Kelley School. Provides programming leadership for the Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives (KODI), as well as leadership on mentorship, and academic support. This role includes secondary responsibilities in the area of high school programming and recruitment of underrepresented minority students through the admission process.
This specialist is responsible for designing and administering inclusive student programming to enhance and reinforce the academic engagement and experiential learning capacity of the student experience. Programs may be focused on the first-year, transfer, under-represented or general student populations, as well as international or overseas study students. This role frequently interfaces with students and collaborates with staff in the Undergraduate Program office as well as other departments on shared student programming goals.
Bachelor's degree in higher education student affairs, education, social work, public affairs, counseling, business, or a related field.
Two years of experience in student services, higher education or related field.
Proficient communication skills. Commitment to working with people from diverse backgrounds and demonstrated cultural competency. Ability to build strong partnerships with students and other university departments.
Master's degree. Fluency in speaking and reading Spanish. Experience working with diverse groups of students. Proven decision making skills, including ability to make quick, on-the-spot decisions about how to guide students; and demonstrated ability to quickly solve problems and deal with unplanned situations. Excellent interpersonal skills. Strong organizational and multitasking skills including ability to manage multiple priorities and consistently meet deadlines.
Working Conditions / Demands
As a Student Programming Specialist, there will be work on some nights and weekends.
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