Assistant Director for the Women’s Center at NC State University
The Assistant Director for the Women’s Center advances the mission of the Center through high impact program initiatives and trainings around a broad range of intersectional gender and social justice issues, working to building community and capacity within the Center, and providing intentional leadership development and involvement opportunities for the NC State community with additional focus and attention paid to developing student staff, interns and graduate assistants that are connected to the Center.
This position requires a broad range of knowledge of intersectionality, social justice, women’s and gender issues and equity; the ability to take initiative, work and think independently; and a willingness to contribute to a team-oriented work environment.
Please contact the Director of the Women's Center, Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote, with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 919-515-2012
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