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Associate Director for Leadership, Office of Leadership and Service-Learning, UNC Greensboro

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is a public institution serving nearly 18,000 students offering more than 100 undergraduate areas of study, 72 masters programs, and 27 doctoral programs. The Office of Leadership and Service-Learning, a unit of the UNCG Division of Student Affairs, serves as a catalyst for leadership and civic engagement initiatives.

The Associate Director for Leadership, who reports to the Director of Leadership and Service-Learning, provides a compelling vision for systematic Citizen Leader development throughout UNCG. The Associate Director fosters relationships on and off campus that lead to sustainable programs designed to enrich student leadership development, including professional development of internal and external stakeholders for enhanced UNC Greensboro students’ leadership and engagement. The Associate Director articulates the vision of Citizen Leader within the framework of capacity building for life-long civic engagement for social responsibility. The Associate Director advances institutionalization of curricular and co-curricular processes and infrastructure for campus-wide leadership development within the academic mission of UNCGand consults frequently with other programmatic units throughout the university. The Associate Director of Leadership oversees the development and implementation of values-based leadership initiatives with an emphasis on integration of service and leadership. Additionally, the Associate Director is expected to be well versed in current leadership and student development literature with the ability to advance scholarship within the field. Responsibilities include providing overall administrative support for the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning’s leadership development initiatives, with an emphasis on the ability to supervise a leadership coaching model.

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Responsibilities include:

  • Institutionalize UNCG’s Leadership Framework
  • Supervise the Assistant Director for Leader Development
  • Provide direct oversight of the Leadership Challenge (co-curricular multi-level leader development program); creating strategic partnerships and collaborations that enable Leadership Challenge to be administered within diverse programmatic contexts
  • Supervise assessment and evaluation of leadership programming
  • Assist Director in OLSL program assessment and evaluation, including identifying and documenting learning outcomes integrating all focal areas of OLSL
  • Contribute to the development of a co-curricular transcript or leadership minor
  • Maintain significant and expanding collaborations with multiple UNC Greensboro entities engaged in student leadership and service-learning, including the Lloyd International Honors College, Residential Colleges, Housing and Residence Life, Orientation, Athletics, and Recreation and Wellness, International Program Center
  • Co-chair the OLSL Advisory Committee – membership includes UNCG administration, the OLSL staff, community partners, and faculty who provide input for OLSL programming and outreach programs
  • Teach or assist in the teaching of introductory and advanced community leadership
  • Provide training for the UNCG professional staff, community members, and graduate students serving as Cohort Leaders and Coaches within the Leadership Challenge Program
  • Assist in leadership research initiatives
  • In partnership with all other staff of the OLSL, integrate community service and academic service-learning initiatives within leadership development
  • Advance awareness of Leadership Framework opportunities with academic advising staff, faculty, and students
  • Provide resources for faculty, staff, students and community partners to enhance curricular and co-curricular leadership development
  • Serve on OLSL, University, and community committees as needed
  • Supervise graduate and undergraduate students employed by the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning for leadership development
  • Serve as an Advisor/Mentor/Coach for students involved in leadership organizations and activities stemming from the work of the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning

Conditions and Application Expected start date February 1, 2017. Confidential review of applications will begin immediately with preference given to applications received by December 12, 2016 at 12:00 midnight ET, and continue until an appointment is made.

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