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Director of Faculty Engagement and Research, Swearer Center, Assistant Dean of the College

https://brown.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/staff-careers-brown/job/25-George-Street/Director-of-Faculty-Engagement-and-Research--Swearer-Center--Assistant-Dean-of-the-College_REQ137335

8/18/17

The Community Engagement Coordinator will support community-engaged research, teaching, and practice within the Environmental Studies Program and its affiliated faculty and students. The coordinator will support program efforts by working closely with internal and external partners on interdisciplinary environmental initiatives that emphasize equity, justice and holistic change. The coordinator will serve as a central hub for community engagement by connecting faculty with people and projects, building and managing external partnerships, and facilitating interdisciplinary, community engaged work.

The position will directly contribute to the advancement of community-engaged work and the development of strong university-community partnerships. The Community Engagement Coordinator will be responsible for establishing key relationships with partner organizations and representing EnSt to the community; in that capacity she/he will make decisions about how to represent university goals and interests to community, as well as how to engage the university in community-based initiatives. The position will participate in developing the organizational strategy for community-based initiatives and will support faculty participation in community-engaged efforts.  Overall, the coordinator will improve our ability as a program to engage meaningfully with the community.

Learn more at: https://main.hercjobs.org/jobs/10098934/community-engagement-coordinator-environmental-studies-school-of-arts-sciences-37294.

8/14/17

The Civic Education Project at Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development is now hiring an Assistant Program Director.  The Assistant Program Director manages CEP's school year and summer service-learning programs, and supports online learning courses in leadership, language arts, and humanities, with a significant responsibility for day-to-day program operations.

 -Full-time, salaried position with an outstanding University benefits package

-Position requires seasonal travel as well as some evening and weekend hours

-Candidate review begins August 15, 2017

 View a complete job description and salary information. To apply, visit NU's career's website: http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers/ Search for Job Opening ID #30895

8/10/17

William Penn House Program Coordinator position at a Quaker non-profit located four blocks from the Capitol in Washington DC.  Review of applications begins Sept. 1. http://tinyurl.com/WPHprogramcoordinator

8/10/17

The Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana has available a new position opening for an Assistant Program Director with a geographical focus on either Africa or Asia (dependent on the candidate’s geographical experience and area expertise).

International Service Learning Program – Africa or Asia, Assistant Program Director, For full description, see:  https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/9804

8/3/17

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies (Humanist)

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies (Social Scientist)

The Bi-College Department of Environmental Studies at Bryn Mawr College and Haverford College invites applications for two full-time, beginning tenure-track Assistant Professor positions in Environmental Studies to begin August 1, 2018. 

Candidates must show demonstrated promise in research and a serious commitment to undergraduate teaching. The faculty members filling these positions will teach courses at all levels in our Environmental Studies curriculum, including our mid-level Environmental Service Learning course. For both positions, we welcome candidates whose scholarship and teaching address issues at the intersection of the environment and social justice, ethics, race, class, and gender. We are looking for candidates excited by the opportunity to contribute to the development and growth of our new Bi-College Environmental Studies Department. Prior experience teaching in an interdisciplinary Environmental Studies program is desirable. 

For the full announcement, click here. 

8/3/17

The University of Minnesota has launched a national search for the position of Executive Director of the Robert J. Jones Urban Research Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC).
 
UROC's next executive director will build on the leadership of Heidi Lasley Barajas, who has served as executive director since 2011. The Executive Director reports to the University's Associate Vice President for Public Engagement within the office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.  The position is open to individuals with a strong background in community-engaged research and partnership development, with knowledge and understanding of best practices in building mutually beneficial campus-community partnerships, participatory research, and community-engaged scholarship—especially in the context of urban communities.
 
As an academic research center, UROC is led by a tenured faculty member at the University of Minnesota. Therefore, eligible candidates will have a distinguished record of scholarly achievement in an academic discipline that qualifies them for an appointment as a tenured associate or full professor at the University of Minnesota. Detailed requirements are outlined in the full position description, which can be found at http://uroc.umn.edu/executive-director-search.
 8/3/17

Grand Challenges Program Manager, Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL), University of Denver (DU)

Full position description here.

The Program Manager will play a pivotal role in launching the DU Grand Challenges initiative, a family of programs that will bring together university and community change makers to address the most difficult and far-reaching issues facing our society today. Working with campus and community stakeholders, the Program Manager will provide key, collaboration, communication, event, and administrative functions. Program management activities will range from developing and running trainings, workshops, and dialogues to building an infrastructure to support the DU Grand Challenges initiative. The Program Manager will advocate for the DU Grand Challenges initiative, such as by using data to tell the story of the initiative, developing grant proposals to support this initiative, and building collaborative networks on campus and in the community. This is a one year temporary position, with the possibility of becoming permanent.

The Grand Challenges Program Manager will join the staff at CCESL. CCESL prepares faculty, staff and students to contribute to DU’s Public Good vision. CCESL takes the lead in organizing the University’s Grand Challenge Initiatives. DU’s Grand Challenges harness the multi-disciplinary expertise and interests of students, staff, faculty, and community members to pursue ambitious and achievable public good goals. Grand Challenges is a family of initiatives that brings together curricular, scholarship, creative work, and co-curricular activities to advance community-engaged, public good work on complex issues that affect our communities locally, as well as regionally, nationally, and globally.

7/28/17

The national office of Campus Compact is hiring for three positions. Come join an excellent team committed to doing good work!

Vice President for Network Leadership

Communications Manager

Housing Partnerships Coordinator: AMERICORPS VISTA opportunity

7/28/17

Rice University's Center for Civic Leadership is seeking an Associate Director of Global Engagement to oversee and develop international civic research and service programming for undergraduates. This position will be well-supported and a member of an energetic group of civic engagement professionals.

Job Posting: https://jobs.rice.edu/postings/11248

7/27/17

One of our position openings in the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community has one more week left for applicants to apply.

For this position, we are seeking those committed to social justice education; diversity, equity, and inclusion, reciprocal community engagement, and educating college students for future lives as civic professionals and justice-minded citizens. Master's and 3+ years of experience preferred, with experience in facilitating critical reflection, intergroup dialogue, and/or social justice education. Recent graduates who have had extensive community engagement and critical reflection experience during their degree(s) will also be good candidates.

The position is the Coordinator of Community Engaged Learning and Scholarship. Please visit here to apply: https://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/23677 It is posting #:  S01618P Last day for submitting applications is August 1, 2017.

7/27/17

Miami University's Office of Community Engagement and Service is currently searching for an Associate Director for Community-Engaged Learning.

7/21/17

The University of Minnesota has launched a national search for the position of Executive Director of the Robert J. Jones Urban Research Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC).  The position is open to individuals with a strong background in community-engaged research and partnership development, with knowledge and understanding of best practices in building mutually beneficial campus-community partnerships, participatory research, and community-engaged scholarship—especially in the context of urban communities. 

As an academic research center, UROC is led by a tenured faculty member at the University of Minnesota. Therefore, eligible candidates will have a distinguished record of scholarly achievement in an academic discipline that qualifies them for an appointment as a tenured associate or full professor at the University of Minnesota. Detailed requirements are outlined in the full position description, which can be found at http://uroc.umn.edu/executive-director-search.
7/20/17

Volunteer Tennessee is hiring a Service-Learning and Contract Manager.  For a position description and more information, please visit http://www.tn.gov/finance/article/vt-positions.  The position closes August 18, 2017.

7/18/17

As you know summer is a time of transition and planning. As Stanford prepares for the upcoming academic year, we write to ask for your assistance in recruiting a diverse pool of candidates for our current openings, listed here. They include:

Cardinal Careers Program Director – As part of supporting students to explore careers in the public interest, the director will administer unique postgraduate public service fellowships, plan high-impact career and networking events, and liaise with external public service employers and organizations. (Stanford Careers: Req ID 75472)

Cardinal Commitment Program Director – Much of the most innovative public service programming on campus is student-led. The director will advise and support student service organizations across campus as part of Cardinal Commitment programming to help students make and sustain commitments to service as part of their Stanford experience. (Stanford Careers: Req ID 75540)

Executive Office Coordinator – We seek an energetic, early-career professional for this fixed-term, one-year opportunity to provide support to the Executive Director and Faculty Director, manage executive office operations, and coordinate center-wide events. (Stanford Careers: Req ID 75402)

Outreach and Engagement Manager – The manager will lead strategy development and coordinate campus-wide outreach and promotional efforts to connect students to public service opportunities at Stanford, with the goal of building community and engaging students interested in making a difference. (Stanford Careers: Req ID 75579)

Individuals should apply through the Stanford Careers site.

7/17/17

This is an exciting time for service at Stanford, and we value your help in reaching dynamic individuals who bring diverse perspectives, backgrounds and insights to advancing our mission of inspiring and supporting students to create a more just and sustainable world.

The Center for Community-Engaged Learning at the U of MN Twin Cities is searching for a person to join our team and work with students dedicated to making meaningful commitments in the community throughout their undergraduate careers as Community Engagement Scholars and/or for a semester through the domestic HECUA programs doing a significant community-based internship.

The posting is JO #318520 and here is the link: https://z.umn.edu/ManagerCELSProgram

7/17/17

The Fitz Center for Leadership in Community at the University of Dayton is seeking applicants for two positions (listed below).  Please share this information with other colleagues and friends.  For these positions, we hope to recruit individuals with diverse perspectives who will embrace our University and Fitz Center missions of developing justice-oriented citizens; embracing asset-based and collaborative work; engaging teaching, learning, and scholarship with the community; and working towards the common good.  We also hope to recruit individuals who will join us in finding and using approaches that challenge the status quo, unbalanced power structures, technocratic approaches to engaging with community, and other injustices of the world. 

 Deadline for Community Engaged Learning and Scholarship Coordinator applications is August 1st. Deadline for AmeriCorps Coordinator applications is July 24th

 Link to both positions:  http://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/search

 Coordinator, Community Engaged Learning and Scholarship – (Position Number:  23638)  

 Coordinator, Dayton Corps AmeriCorps Program – (Position Number:  23650

7/17/17