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Coordinator of Equity and Inclusion
Reports to: Head of School Status: Part-time, approximately 15-20 hours per week
Start date: August 11, 2018, or sooner
Boulder Country Day’s mission and strategic plan guides our efforts to engage, enhance, and embody a diverse, well informed community. For the past four years, a faculty committee has led our diversity, equity, and inclusivity (DEI) program, and BCD is now ready to take the next step and hire a coordinator to continue our work. The Coordinator will:
- Provide strategic leadership in the areas of equity and inclusivity, including the development of an equity and inclusivity strategic plan
- Lead the development and implementation of a cultural proficiency framework the BCD community
- Create and coach teachers and in the implementation of inclusive, multicultural, global-minded curricula and teaching practices
- Serve as a coaching resource for faculty, professional staff, and the BCD community in the areas of equity, inclusion, and cultural proficiency
- Provide individualized student and family support in the areas of equity and inclusion; serve as an advocate for all students, faculty, staff, and families
- Lead and support equity and inclusion student and parent groups such as the GSA and Parent Affinity Group Program
- In collaboration with the administration team, participate in an inclusive hiring process and assist in increasing effectiveness in cultivating, recruiting, mentoring and retaining diverse faculty, professional staff, and administrators
- Measure, analyze, benchmark and report the school’s progress on matters of diversity, equity and inclusion using quantitative and qualitative data
- Act as a liaison between the School and the various underrepresented and diverse communities in the locale in support of the School's continued effort to serve these communities better and to support the School's outreach and admissions marketing and recruitment programs
- Help develop communication strategy to keep the school community informed and educated about evolving equity and inclusivity issues, curriculum, policies, etc.
Expectations: The Coordinator must have a capacity for teamwork and for developing sensitive working relationships with students, faculty, professional staff, parents, and trustees; have the ability to manage thoughtfully the personal, political and institutional dynamics related to equity and inclusivity issues in schools; be a self-starter with strong communications skills; have the capacity to manage multiple initiatives and responsibilities, and have a deep concern and compassion for people.
Qualifications: Exceptional candidates will have a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred); personal and professional development through conferences and workshops devoted to diversity, equity and inclusion; a global mindset with wide-ranging knowledge of world cultures; the ability to coordinate school-wide programming across all divisions; a willingness to plan, participate in, and support school events and activities; leadership experience including presentations, workshops and committee work on topics of diversity, equity and inclusion; and a minimum 3 years classroom teaching experience (preferred). The position includes annual travel to the NAIS People of Color Conference in addition to local diversity meetings, workshops, and trainings.
The Coordinator of Equity and Inclusivity follows the normal faculty school schedule and calendar. All interested candidates should send a letter expressing their interest along with a current resume and at least three professional references to Rachel Haft at email@example.com