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 Subject : Penn LGBT Center Associate Director.. 03/05/2020 11:15:14 AM 
Erin Cross
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Penn's LGBT Center is seeking a dynamic, social justice leader to complete our team. More info below and online.

Job Description Summary
The LGBT Center Associate Director is an integral part of the Center’s intersectional and social justice focused leadership team, they: work directly with undergraduate, graduate, and professional students one-on-one; advise numerous student organizations; plan, execute, and evaluate programs and activities in collaboration with students and campus partners; manage aspects of the Center's website, social media, and technology; assist Director in resource creation and dissemination; supervise the part-time Building Coordinator; and build and maintain relationships with community organizations.


**Advising - directly advise at least half of the Center affiliated student groups; guide students one-on-one via the Center’s open-door policy; Function as an immediate resource for students who may be experiencing issues due to a sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression concern, whether actual or perceived; know about and provide proper referrals on and off campus.
**Program Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation - Assist with student programming, funding, and travel; facilitate and/or run signature Center programs; collaborate with other campus centers and departments; work with community partners; collect and analyze data for the Center and evaluate initiatives; create targeted programming to reach under-served communities.
**Represent and Promote the Center – serve on select campus committees; attend resource fairs; create and nurture collaborations and information sharing both on and off campus.
**Supervise Building Coordinator
**Office and other duties as assigned


**Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree strongly preferred in a related area such as education, counseling, social work, gender studies
**Two to three years experience working with the LGBTQ+ community, preferably in a campus setting
**Demonstrated understanding of the complex issues surrounding LGBTQ+ communities, intersectionality, and college- and graduate student-age populations
**Program creation, implementation, and evaluation and data analysis skills
**Student group and individual advising experience
**Ability to work collaboratively and as a self-starter
**Strong oral, written, and technological skills
**Position requires some evening and possibly weekend work

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