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The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled. Women and applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals with experience in a setting committed to multiculturalism and/or campus diversity are of particular interest.
The ideal candidate is a high-energy, diversity-minded, results-focused academic leader with a vision for the future of Pitt-Bradford. The successful candidate must bring a solid record of innovative program development and academic success along with the skill to lead faculty and staff in establishing and achieving common goals. The position requires focus, dedication and expertise with first-generation students and undergraduate success.
The new vice president needs to be a strong communicator capable of balancing the expectations and perspectives of multiple constituents. The successful candidate needs to have demonstrated success in developing innovative academic programs, working with diverse student bodies, and establishing program assessment and student learning outcomes, student retention initiatives and collaboration with student affairs.
The chief diversity and inclusion officer will report to the president and will assume a critical leadership role within the university and community. The ideal candidate will be a committed, dynamic leader with a proven history of promoting and providing students with an inclusive and supportive learning and living experience. In this inaugural role, a pioneering spirit will serve the Founding Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer well as they develop, nurture and strengthen an inclusive, equitable, safe and culturally responsive and supportive environment for all students, faculty and staff.
The FCDIO will work across the campus and community to initiate and facilitate change, engage in challenging conversations and employ initiatives that result in transformative change. As a strategic change-agent, the FCDIO will develop the necessary strategies to engage faculty, staff, students, and community members in reaching its goals.
Duties include vehicular and foot patrol of University property, enforcement of criminal and traffic laws, protection of people and property, investigation of crimes, completion of police reports, testimony in court, and assistance to other law enforcement agencies. Variable shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays. Requirements include a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), PA Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission Act 120 Certification, valid PA driver's license and safe driving record. Two years' experience in a related field is preferred. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required. Letter of interest, current resume, online staff employment application, and full contact information for three references are required.
Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), PA Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission Act 120 Certification, valid PA driver's license and safe driving record. Knowledge and successful completion of Firearms training and qualification. CPR and first aid certification. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required. Ability to interact with diverse populations.