Grinnell Chamber

Intercultural Affairs Program Coordinator

Full time
Posted: 07/20/2020
Grinnell, IA
Grinnell College


The Conney M. Kimbo Black Cultural Center is looking for a Intercultural Affairs Program Coordinator.

The Program Coordinator of Intercultural Affairs (ICA) encourages student belonging and inclusion through active and individualized care, mentoring, and support. This position will provide direction and leadership for student groups affiliated with the Multicultural Leadership Council and the Conney M. Kimbo Black Cultural Center. The person in this role is student-centered, collaborative, and intentional in their role as an educator.

  • Provide leadership and organizational development opportunities that align with student identity development theory 
  • Empower student leaders to plan, develop, and execute cultural celebrations and social justice programming 
  • Engage with student leaders to co-manage the Conney M. Kimbo Black Cultural Center to its most inclusive and effective use 
  • Assist in creating and delivering training for students and campus constituents
  • Provide active identity-informed supervision in alignment with ICA’s learning goals.
  • Maintain Intercultural Affairs’ marketing and media presence, including web pages and social media
  • Protect and maintain confidentiality



Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Two years of diversity and inclusion related work experience
  • Demonstrated ability to build and connect communities
  • Experience contributing to inclusive workplace relationships
  • Ability to collaborate in diverse teams to foster productive outcomes
  • Ability to manage multiple social media platforms for the purpose of engaging and retaining students
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Willingness to work nights and weekends
  • Willingness to travel

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Student Affairs or related field
  • Experience leveraging identity development theories to assist students in discovering their abilities, aptitude, and objectives
  • Experience facilitating small and large group discussions
  • Proven ability to implement identity development theories across various marginalized groups
  • Experience working in a higher education setting

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