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Director of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
Company: Emma Willard School
Location: Troy, NY
Employment Type: Full Time
Date Posted: 10/27/2020
Expire Date: 12/27/2020
Job Categories: Education
Job Description
Director of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
Emma Willard School is looking for a dynamic, empathetic, and courageous leader to help drive organization-wide antiracist efforts that foster diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community. The founding Director of Institutional DEI will have all-school impact, both internally and externally. They must have outstanding communication skills to lead meaningful, collaborative, and transformative work with all constituencies (students, faculty, staff, parents, trustees, and alumnae). We are looking for a candidate who is student-centered and, preferably, who has classroom and/or boarding school experience. They must have a deep understanding of diversity challenges and an ability to lead in creating and sustaining an antiracist and gender inclusive culture and environment.

This position reports directly to the Head of School and is a member of the Senior Administrative Team. The Director will be tasked with defining measures and monitoring organizational DEI efforts in the total operation of the school. The Director will work to establish a DEI lens in all decisions of the school: finance; admission and hiring; curriculum review, development, and delivery; and advancement and strategic visioning. This person must be a strong collaborator able to create a vision of change that will inspire colleagues at all levels and help Emma Willard meaningfully serve our ever more diverse community.

Emma Willard School has been a pioneer in girlsí education for 206 years. Our school is built on making history, a responsibility that propels us forward. Today, that responsibility includes a commitment to racial and gender equity. We know that there is healing work to do as we reckon with the lived experiences that have caused hurt to members of our Emma community in the past and present. The school is dedicating time and resources to listen as we work to strengthen our culture of equity and inclusion and increasing the diversity of our faculty and staff. This search comes at a critical time of institutional self-reflection and heightened social consciousness regarding issues of equity and inclusivity.

The School encourages candidates from under-represented groups and individuals who have demonstrated experience with diverse populations who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through their research, teaching, and/or service to apply. We seek to identify, recruit, and develop employees who bring a diversity of experiences, perspectives, talents, and backgrounds. Emma is an equal opportunity employer.

Responsibilities
Partner with the Head of School and Senior Administrative Team to integrate DEI and antiracism and equitable gender practices throughout all aspects of the school.
Recognizing the inextricable link between programmatic excellence and DEI, partner with the academic and student life leadership to lead DEI initiatives in our academic, residential, and student life curriculum.
Develop and facilitate awareness and skill-building training sessions on cultural sensitivity with faculty, staff, students, parents, and alumnae.
Develop institutional accountability metrics to evaluate progress on cultural and systemic change in DEI and stay in constant communication with the larger community about this progress.
Actively participate in the investigation and resolution of complaints of discrimination and/or cultural insensitivity along with School Leadership and Human Resources.
Implement a process for individual accountability that supports the development of a safe culture for raising concerns and seeking support.
Be an active participant with students and embrace the lifestyle of a boarding school.
Participate in the creation of a welcoming and inclusive diverse community.
Explore possibilities, partnering with our Coordinator of Service Learning and Community Engagement, to expand this work within the Capital Region.

Review of applicant materials will begin on December 1, 2020. Please submit cover letter and resume as soon as possible and no later than November 30, 2020. Please apply through the school's Career Center website.
Qualifications & Requirements
Qualifications and Qualities

Institutional Leadership
Readiness to serve on the Senior Leadership Team
Demonstrated success in leading strategic initiatives on antiracism, diversity, equity, and inclusion
A track record of collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and administrators that has resulted in systemic organizational change
Experience and knowledge of instruction, curriculum, and adolescent development
Proven strong presentation skills and presence
Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills
The ability to give clear and direct feedback

Demonstrated Antiracism and DEI Experience
Masterís or doctoral degree with significant professional work experience; or a Bachelorís degree with at least seven years of experience
An experienced and student-centered DEI educational leader
An inviting and inspiring leader of DEI that can challenge and motivate
The ability to help people dialogue about difficult equity/justice topics
Knowledge and experience with facilitating restorative practices
A proven track record in recruiting diverse, professional talent
Demonstrated experience working with or mentoring diverse, underrepresented, marginalized, and/or first-generation student and adult populations
Knowledge of research and successful strategies around increasing DEI
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Company Name: Emma Willard School
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