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 Subject : Women and Inclusion Programs Graduate Coordinator.. 02/20/2018 08:34:05 PM 
Flora Ruli
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Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
 Support the coordination, advertising and execution of Women Resource Center events, activities, and trainings
 Support development, implementation and coordination of activities such as Patchwork: Feminist Conversation Series, Women of Color Collective, Feminist Film Series, Nursing and Lactations Space Program, RU Nice, and other recurring programs.
 Develop appropriate, effective and beneficial relationships with Women’s Resource Center program participants
 Assist with general supervision of SJICR undergraduate office assistants
 Serve on the SJICR’s Women and Gender Advisory Committee
 Maintain day to day communication with undergraduate coordinators and affiliated student organization leadership
 Help plan and execute successful training modules for students, faculty, and staff related to gender equity
 Maintain knowledge of policies and procedures of successful women support and gender inclusive programing
 Oversee the development and dissemination of monthly Women’s Resource Center newsletter and weekly blog
 Provide support for the review and reporting of Women’s Resource Center program participant’s academic
performance at the end of each semester
 Support ongoing data collection and assessment related programmatic and student learning outcomes
 Support development and implementation of other social justice and inclusion initiatives of the SJICR
 Bachelor in Women and Gender Studies, Education, Counseling, Psychology, or other related field
 Must be a fulltime graduate student in good academic standing making reasonable academic progress toward a
graduate degree at Rowan University
 At least one year related experience in work related to women and gender inclusive services
 Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with women and other diverse student populations including:
under-represented students, students with disabilities, students of color, and LGBTQIA+ students
 Demonstrated soundness in judgment, decision making skills, and ability to maintain confidential sensitive student
 Demonstrated attention to detail, organization skills, and strong work ethic
 Ability to support program assessment and data management
Skills and Abilities:
 Must have good interpersonal skills and ability to work independently and in a team
 Strong Oral & written communication skills
 Ability to interact tactfully with all levels of the college staff, students, and trustees
 Proficient with MS Office Suite, including Publisher and Access
 Valid driver’s license and Ability to drive a 15 passenger van
Work Environment: Position requires frequent evening and weekend hours as part of the Women’s Resource Center events,
activities, and trainings.
Start Date and Term: The preferred start date for this position is August 2018. The position term extends until May 2019.
Compensation: This position offers full tuition waiver for fulltime study in a Rowan University graduate program, optional on campus housing, as well as a $8000.00 annual stipend paid on a biweekly basis over the course of the contract term, $1000 in Professional Development funds.
Application Procedure: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three references to [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed starting on March 12, 2018.

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