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The person hired for this position will have the opportunity to promote inclusive excellence through collaboration with 15 universities committed to institutional transformation. This position is funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) Inclusive Excellence initiative (IE3) through a learning community cluster (LCC6) of higher education institutions. The HHMI LCC6 Project Manager will be the operational administrator for LCC6, supporting collaboration, communication, formative assessment, and reporting among the institutions over the time of the grant. The Project Manager will coordinate this team of universities working on three interconnected projects related to improving the climate of inclusion in higher education. LCC6 projects are guided by one framing question: What would it take to empower institutions to develop systems that investigate, support, evaluate, and reward teaching and learning that centers diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and access (DEIJA) Funded by HHMI for six years, the three projects are:
The Project Manager position has the potential for annual renewal for up to six years (as long as funding remains available), subject to regular evaluation. The Project Manager reports to the LCC6 Coordinating Committee and their immediate supervisor at National University.
Coordination and Communication among LLC 6 institutions
Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A
Minimum Education & Experience:
Minimum Competencies/Technical/Functional Skills:
Travel: Occasional travel to attend HHMI and LCC6 meetings.
The National University System is committed to maintaining a high-quality, diverse workforce representative of the populations we serve. As a network of nonprofit educational institutions, the System employs more than 3,300 faculty and staff and serves over 41,000 students. We are united in our mission to meet the global education demands of the 21st Century and are dedicated to creating a supportive academic and work environment that allows for students, faculty and staff to develop their interests and talents while experiencing a sense of community and a commitment to diversity. With programs available both online and at our many campus locations, the National University System is a leader in creating innovative solutions to education and meeting the needs of our diverse student population, including adult learners and working professionals.
National University offers an opportunity to work in an innovative environment that supports diversity.
National University (NU) is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate against any employee or applicant for employee per applicable federal, state and local laws. At NU, a diverse mix of highly talented, innovative and creative people come together to make the impact of a lifetime for each of our student learners. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment, education, and admission at National University. We are focused on equality and believe deeply in diversity of race, color, ancestry, age, family care status, veteran status, marital status, creed, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, and other legally protected group status.