|Title: Executive Director, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian
Deadline: Screening begins June 4th, but position will remain open until
Phone: 541.276.3570, Ext. 7191
The Executive Director is the highest ranking CTUIR employee charged with
the management of CTUIR governmental operations and community service enterprises
(excluding Wildhorse Resort and Casino) as directed by the CTUIR governing
body, the Board of Trustees. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing
the operational, fiscal, personnel and legal systems of the CTUIR and to
ensure efficient delivery of governmental services and community service
enterprises. The Executive Director has the authority and responsibility
to implement the legislative actions and annual budgets as approved and
directed by the Board. The CTUIR government and community service enterprises
employ approximately 500 persons with an annual budget of approximately
Title: Womens Education Center Teacher Coordinator, Rosies
Contact: Jane Adler
Rosies Place, a sanctuary for poor and homeless women in Boston,
is looking for a Teacher Coordinator for its new Womens Education
Objective: To develop and support all teacher related activities in the
Womens Education Center
Key Responsibility Areas:
- Supervise all teachers and tutors, including trainings, placement,
observation, evaluation and support. Ensure teacher compliance with
all required reports and documents. Substitute teach as required.
- Work closely with Volunteer Services to recruit teachers and tutors.
- Develop best practices. Oversee curriculum creation and revision.
Oversee assessment tool development and revision. Analyze data from
assessments, midterms pre- and post-tests to accomplish these responsibilities.
Organize on-going program and staff development activities.
- Network with community allies within the Adult Education community.
- Assist with quarterly reports and other related program documents.
- Perform additional duties as assigned by WEC Director.
- Report directly to WEC Director.
- TESOL certification and second language proficiency strongly preferred.
- Minimum one year experience teaching adults.
- Experience supervising volunteers and/or Adult Education teachers.
- Experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and sensitivity
to the issues that affect poor and homeless women.
- Strong writing skills and basic computer skills (Microsoft Office).
- Highly organized, self motivated, patient, flexible, sense of humor.
Title: Associate Professor or Professor in the Department of Education,
The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD)
Deadline: Review of applications begins October 4, 2010, position will
remain open until filled.
The Department of Education is searching to fill one Ed.D. position. This
position is listed as requisition #165455 for the Tenured Professor for
Ed.D. This position is also listed as requisition #164865 for the Tenure
Track Associate Professor for Ed.D.
Required qualifications include: Teaching and research expertise must
be demonstrated in the following areas: special education, teaching and
learning, curriculum and instruction, or a related field; doctorate in
education or related field such as teacher education, higher education,
special education; evidence of successful experience in teaching and advising
at the graduate level; an active research agenda; a record of publication
in scholarly journals appropriate for appointment rank. Responsibilities
include teaching with an emphasis on special education and research and
advising in an Ed.D. program in Teaching and Learning. Responsibilities
also include research, scholarly writing, service and outreach.
Full time position to begin Spring Semester, 2011 (January 13, 2011) or
Fall Semester, 2011 (August 29, 2011).
Title: National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services (Various Positions)
Deadlines: Please See Website
The NIH Intramural Research Program provides an ideal environment for
scientists, with competitive start up packages (for its tenure-track and
tenure-eligible positions) and no grant writing or teaching requirements.
The NIH is dedicated to building a diverse community in its training and
employment programs. Several positions are now open within the NIH Intramural
Research Program, including:
Fellow, Laboratory of Immunoregulation, NIAID
Staff Scientist / Animal Program Director, National Institute on Aging
Branch Chief, Senior Investigator/Senior Scientist, Lister Hill National
Center for Biomedical Communications, NLM
Tenure-Track Investigator, HIV-Drug Resistance Program, CCR NCI
Director, NIH Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Center
Systems Biology/Bioinformatics Staff Scientist, Neuro-Oncology Branch,
Clinical Neurophysiology / Staff Clinician, Office of the Clinical Director,
Chief, Laboratory of Computational Medicine, NEI
Tenure-Track Investigator Positions, Neurobiology-Neurodegeneration &
Repair Laboratory, NEI
Chief, Visuomotor Disorders Section, Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research,
Title: Director, American Indian Resource Center, University of Utah
Deadline: July 30, 2010 (position begins no later that Sept. 1, 2010)
Contact: Whitney Salanoa
The Director will coordinate, develop and implement programs, practices
and initiatives that will enhance the presence and success of American
Indian students at the University of Utah. A major focus of this position
will be to work with the Tribes and Nations in the state of Utah.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Equity & Diversity,
housed in Academic Affairs, the Director is expected to help guide the
development and implementation of a campus-wide plan for enhancing the
success of American Indian students.
The main responsibilities of the Director include (but are not limited
- Enriching American Indian students educational experience by
enhancing their academic and personal success at the University. This
includes creating academic support, cultural, career development, preparation
of reports, development of publications, and proposal writing for external
- Serving as an academic advisor and mentor to American Indian students,
particularly those sponsored students and other first-year Diversity
- Providing advice and counsel for students and student groups and enlist
assistance of academic and student affairs offices to assist in the
academic and personal success of students.
- Creating opportunities for students to become leaders on the campus
and in the community.
In addition to the on-line application, please submit cover letter stating
interest and qualifications for the position and a resume to: Whitney
on behalf of Dr. Jennifer Williams Molock, Assistant Vice President, Office
for Equity & Diversity.
Title: Development Manager, Leadership High School
Leadership High School is a public charter high school in San Francisco.
Our mission is to serve San Francisco and its diverse students by providing
an excellent education and developing effective community leaders. Our
vision is to achieve this mission by ensuring that every child is known
well by at least one adult and by fostering a learning community that,
based in inquiry, is focused on equity and diversity. Our rigorous program
prepares 100% of our diverse student body for college. Graduation is based
on completion of the UC A-G requirements, Exhibition, Portfolio Defense,
and mastery of our four School-Wide Outcomes of Communication, Personal
Responsibility, Social Responsibility, and Critical Thinking.
Statement of Duties: The Development Manager is responsible for the execution
of the schools development and fundraising efforts. The Development
Manager will be expected to implement systems and practices to engage
potential donors of the school throughout the year, as well as coordinate
the schools annual appeals. This position will be largely be self-directed,
with the Development Manager working with the Principal to ensure the
schools development efforts align with the schools mission.
- Applicants should have a Bachelors Degree or equivalent level
of training and minimum three years relevant experience (preference
for five or more years) in fundraising and direct solicitation and capital
- Applicants should have demonstrated success and experience in major
gifts fund-raising strategies for cultivation and direct solicitation,
as well as demonstrated knowledge of development systems commonly used
at comparable non-profit organizations.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, thoughtfulness and diplomacy to build
amiable, effective working relationships with board members, volunteers,
donors and staff is also critical.
- Bilingual candidates are highly encouraged to apply.
Title: Educational Outreach and Retention Specialist, Creighton University
Deadline: Open until filled.
Contact: Tami Buffalohead-McGill, TRiO Student Support Services
- Coordinates an existing outreach program and works with first generation
and low income students.
- Supports students already enrolled at Creighton as well as those interested
in applying for the Gates Millennium Scholarship.
- Administers a mentoring program for at risk underrepresented high
school students by engaging Creighton students, faculty and staff in
service learning projects centered around Gates Millennium workshops,
reservation Immersion service trips, mentoring and assisting with retention.
Qualifications (include but are not limited to):
- Bachelors' degree in counseling or related field or equivalent 3 years
of related experience in higher education working with first-generation
- Ability to work with diverse populations
- Prefer experience with resume building, essay writing, federal financial
aid, and scholarship applications, especially the Gates Millennium Scholarship
Title: Health and Human Rights: An International Journal Editor
Deadline: August 31, 2010
Contact: Patricia Spellman, FXB Center Director of Administration
and Human Rights journal editor.pdf.
The Harvard University François-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for
Health and Human Rights seeks a scholarly and enterprising academic who
is interested in expanding the reach and role of one of the worlds
leading journals on health and human rights. The primary role of the Editor
of Health and Human Rights: An International Journal is to serve as a
thought leader who ensures the scholarly rigor and readability of the
journals content, develops new authors, and increases diversity
The Editor shall serve in a pro bono capacity under the overall guidance
of the Editor-in-Chief. The Editor is primarily responsible for decisions
about the content of materials submitted to the journal. A major part
of this responsibility is to increase the number of high-quality manuscript
submissions. The Editor shall also participate in setting all policies
and strategic direction of the Journal.
Specific responsibilities and duties (include but are not limited to):
The Editor will dedicate an average of 1015 hours per week to the
following tasks of the journal:
- Solicit high-quality manuscripts appropriate for upcoming issues from
experts in relevant fields
- Communicate with identified potential authors as they prepare manuscripts
for formal submission and/or delegate such communication to the Managing
Editor or other members of the editorial team
- Collaborate on a weekly basis with the Managing Editor to evaluate
submitted manuscripts, advise on peer reviewers, and make publication
decisions, taking account of the results of the peer review process
and the mission and standards of the journal
- Participate in periodic dialogue regarding: the overall editorial
direction of the journal; the definition and sequencing of HHR theme
issues; the internal structure of individual journal issues; and HHRs
organizational model and business plan, deferring to the FXB Center
Director of Administration on all matters pertaining to the journal
- Consult with the Managing Editor on production (including copyediting,
layout, and website design/process) details as needed
Send applications to: Jennifer Leaning, MD, SMH, Director, Harvard University
FXB Center for Health and Human Rights. Applications may be submitted
by email to: email@example.com.
|Title: Managing Director, Resource Centers; Office of Campus
Life and Dean of Students, University of California, Santa Cruz (# 1002592)
Deadline: Initial review begins June 24, 2010. Position will remain open
The Managing Director, Resource Centers provides senior strategic leadership
in the design, development, implementation, coordination, assessment, and
continuous improvement of a range of programming designed to support student
identity development. The Managing Director will provide campus wide leadership
on issues of diversity and inclusion in student life. The position is responsible
for setting Resource Center and student advocacy priorities and allocating
resources for programs and services in accordance with the mission and goals
of the Division of Student Affairs and the academic mission of the University.
The Managing Director has authority and responsibility for program management,
human resources and resource allocation, assessment and analysis, and policy
development for the following units: African American Resource Center, American
Indian Resource Center, Asian American Pacific Islander Resource Center,
Chicano Latino Resource Center, Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, Intersex
Resource Center and the Womens Center. The Managing Director also
serves as the Director of American Indian Resource Center.
The initial review date is June 24, 2010 which means all those that apply
by that date are guaranteed to be reviewed by the search committee. The
position remains open until filled, so this is not a cut-off date for submitting
applications, however, meeting the initial review date guarantees full review.
|Title: Program Director, Community Vitality, University
of Minnesota (St. Paul Campus)
Deadline: Application Review begins July 14, 2010. Position will remain
open until filled.
Contact: Michael Darger, Extension Program Leader, Community Econ Ext Center
for Community Vitality
The University of Minnesota Extension is a major outreach arm of the University
of Minnesota. As one of four centers, the Extension Center for Community
Vitality makes a difference by engaging Minnesotans to strengthen the social,
civic, economic and technological capacity of their communities through
the faculty and staff in its two program areas: Leadership and Civic Engagement
(LCE) and Community Economics (CE). The center is led by the Associate Dean
for Community Vitality and Public Engagement. LCE helps communities strengthen
social capital, make informed decisions, encourage and develop local leadership
and create productive public forums. CE helps communities retain and expand
local business, know and grow the retail sector, make informed public finance
decisions and develop successful tourism opportunities.
This position will achieve goals through coordination of activities, coaching
and tracking of community activities, and integrating project learning into
the Center for Community Vitalitys education and outreach. The position
will also succeed by understanding the full scope of resources in Minnesota
that are available to provide technical assistance to business communities
after the grant period is over. Grant reporting and accountability is key
The overall goal is to engage each participating community, through local
steering committees, in planning that will help them envision a stronger
business community through the adoption of broadband technology options.
Their plans will include a strategy to have technical assistance available
to businesses that are not using high-speed technology opportunities. Each
community will receive community economics program offerings from an Extension
Educator to enrich their thinking through educational programming and applied
|Title: Extension Educator, Regional 4-H Youth Development
Programs, University of Minnesota (Two Positions)
Deadline: June 16th, but position will remain open until filled.
Contact: Naaz Babvani, Extension Human Resources
The University of Minnesota Extension is a major outreach arm of the University
of Minnesota, a land grant institution with a mission to serve the public
through applied research and education.
The vision for the Minnesota 4-H Program is
Minnesota 4-H Youth
Development is recognized and respected by a broad cross-sector of audiences
as a leader in the application of positive youth development through educational
programs that balance research, design, and practice.
The mission of Minnesota 4-H Youth Development is to engage youth,
in partnership with adults, in quality learning opportunities that enable
them to shape and reach their full potential as active citizens in a global
community. This mission is achieved by offering out-of-school educational
programs that stimulate youth to learn in subject areas that they are interested
in; engage youth in addressing community and youth-related issues; and encourage
youth to reach their full potential in an ever-changing, diverse world.
This position provides program and administrative leadership to a multi-county
region with the goal of assuring effective and efficient administration,
monitoring, planning, and delivery of 4-H Youth Development opportunities.
This position develops and implements policies related to fiscal, human,
and programmatic resources. The individual provides the supervision and
support for county level staff as well as problem resolution. While not
required to make original contributions to scholarship, there is expectation
to be aware of and use scholarship in relevant areas to do the work. This
position has increased responsibility for working with Regional Directors
and county extension committees to assure adequate resources for the 4-H
program and aligning 4-H programming in the area to the resources available.
Assume related responsibilities as requested.