The Division of Student Affairs seeks a doctoral graduate assistant for the role of the Student Affairs/SOLES Collaborative (SASC) Coordinator. This position works closely with the 24 graduate assistants enrolled in the Masters of Higher Education Leadership program who are also employed in the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Inclusion and Diversity to support their holistic success.
The Division of Student Affairs seeks an individual with a strong commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism and a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of the SASC Coordinator in support of students and the responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission and commitment to creating an equitable, welcoming community for all.
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to grounding our policies, programs, and procedures in antiracist practice. With this commitment, we recognize the importance of educating ourselves and holding one another accountable to ensure that our work is approached through an equity, inclusion, and social justice lens. We recognize our need for ongoing development in this area, and continue to strive to improve. We expect that all members of the Division of Student Affairs are willing to engage in this work alongside us to uphold our Catholic mission in creating a welcoming environment where the dignity of all students, staff, administrators, and faculty at USD is embraced.
Please see the attached job description for more details. To express interest in the position, please submit a resume, letter of interest, and three professional references to Margaret Leary (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 10, 2021.