The Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) is seeking a leader who possesses the vision and commitment necessary to guide its Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. RSCCD is looking for a Chief Advisor for Academic & Diversity Programs that possess the following characteristics to lead the department.
- A leader who possesses interpersonal skills and qualities, including a positive assertive approaches, creativity, ambition, sensitivity, honesty, integrity, fairness, flexibility, vision and insight, and team-player engagement;
- An experienced professional committed to continued improvement; a visible, accessible and collaborative administrator who encourages and acknowledges the contributions of others, who is willing to be a risk-taker and create an environment that is open to new ideas;
- Demonstrated ability to support and empower leaders to initiate and lead conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion;
- Understands the higher education landscape, the role of diversity in a community college and the dynamics of operating within the community the district serves;
- Creative, innovative, energetic leader; a technologically sophisticated professional who is skilled in various technology applications;
- A supporter of consistent and on-going professional development initiatives, in pursuit of district and college strategic goals;
- A fair-minded, ethical leader with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and willingness to accept responsibility;
- A proven planner who can systematically allocate resources to further institutional diversity and inclusion goals, evaluate the results of the allocations, and develop strategies for continued development;
- A skilled leader adept in planning for the emerging needs of the District and successful in resource generation and partnership development;
- An astute administrator with demonstrated expertise in the complexities of higher education that impact community college finances and operations, including collective bargaining, federal and state programs, and legislation;
- Experienced in working with populations (faculty, staff, students, and community) of diverse ethnic, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds, with excellent communication skills;
- Experienced in working in California public higher education, including knowledge of state and federal governance and the political process, and knowledge of accreditation standards.
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