Inclusive Community Projects & Planning Analyst (20641)

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Job DetailsJob Location Main Campus - Edmond, OKPosition Type StaffSalary Range $50,000.00 - $54,000.00 Salary/yearDescription A Cover Letter and Resume are Required

Position Overview:

The University Office of Inclusive Community (UOIC) seeks an Inclusive Community (IC) Projects and Planning Analyst to join its team. The UOIC mission is to plan, lead and implement, in collaboration with university partners, institutional change actions, and initiatives to advance and support inclusivity and equity for the purposes of cultivating and sustaining inclusive excellence at the University of Central Oklahoma.

The UOIC serves as a catalyst for information, resources, and expertise on initiatives focused on inclusive excellence.

We seek an experienced professional to assist with supporting this mission by providing climate assessments, research designs, benchmarking studies, strategic planning, and inclusion, equity and diversity data analysis.

Department Specific Essential Job Functions:

The IC Projects and Planning Analyst will support the daily operations of the UOIC in planning, implementing and monitoring various campus initiatives designed to advance and support inclusivity and equity for the purposes of cultivating and sustaining inclusive excellence at the University of Central Oklahoma. Some of the initiatives may include:

  • Oversee under the direction of the Inclusive Community Advocate, research design activities in support of UCO’s inclusive community strategic plan and its associated metrics
  • Lead projects designed to support inclusion, equity and diversity at UCO
  • Develop metrics for institutional planning and program evaluation and outcomes
  • Determine appropriate sources of data internal and external to the University for benchmarking and conduct assessments and self-study
  • Conducting and analyzing results of campus climate surveys and focus groups
  • Working with Institutional Research and Human Resources, maintain demographic data tables on students, faculty, and staff on the University Office of Inclusive Community website.
  • Assist with presentations related to campus equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts.
  • Collaborate with departments/units and community partners to achieve strategic initiatives as they relate to inclusivity, equity and diversity
  • Work in collaboration with senior and mid-level campus administrators, faculty, staff, students, and community educational partners.
  • The IC Projects and Planning Analyst is expected to: exercise considerable latitude in a collaborative, fast-paced, and detail-oriented position to meet strategic and operational goals; exercise personal initiative, professional and sound judgment, and proficiency in initiating and completing simultaneous complex projects; and utilize knowledge of academic organizational processes to independently manage a variety of diversity-related programs.
  • Working alongside the Inclusive Community Advocate in preparing grant proposals to support UCO inclusion, equity, and diversity efforts by determining concepts, gathering information and formatting information, writing drafts, and obtaining approvals.
  • Other duties to be assigned by the Inclusive Community Advocate, in addition to assisting with general office tasks

Qualifications Qualifications Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree and three-five years of related experience. A master’s degree or a terminal degree in higher education or related field preferred.
  • Successful record of leadership and experience in advancing inclusion, equity, and diversity within an organization.
  • Ability to ensure research integrity, provide guidance in surveying populations, and generate research reports.
  • Knowledge of data warehouse and analysis systems such as SPSS Statistics, Statistical Analysis Software, and related assessment processes and techniques is desired.
  • Ability to identify and implement, in collaboration with the Inclusive Community Advocate, best practices to support an inclusive community
  • Experience creating presentations and talking in front of large groups.
  • Experience operating personal computers and proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) software
  • Grant writing experience
Qualifications Preferred:

  • A master’s degree or a terminal degree in higher education or related field preferred.
  • Knowledge of data warehouse and analysis systems such as SPSS Statistics, Statistical Analysis Software, and related assessment processes and techniques is desired.
  • Ability to identify and implement in collaboration with the LDO best practices of inclusion, equity, and diversity.
  • Experience with strategic planning
  • Demonstrated success in developing educational programming with and for diverse audiences.
Physical Demands:

Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements) may be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Note: The University of Central Oklahoma is closed from December 24th - January 11th. Applications will be reviewed once the university reopens.

 

 

 

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Job No:
Posted: 12/23/2020
Application Due: 3/23/2021
Work Type: Full Time
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