- Diversity Strategic Plan
- Community Diversity Relations
- Diversity Education
- Bias Incident Response
The Office of Institutional Diversity (OID) seeks an Assistant Director of Outreach.
The Assistant Director is a key member of the Office of Institutional Diversity (OID) team, and has three highly impactful roles that advance the university’s strategic diversity, equity and inclusion goals:
First, in collaboration with the Director for Institutional Education for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the Assistant Director is responsible for designing and delivering educational programming to advance the Office of Institutional Diversity’s guidance for diversity learning. Areas of responsibility include educational programming for students and student organizations, and university-wide professional development experiences.
Second, the Assistant Director is responsible for designing and leading signature university-wide OID outreach initiatives, events, and programs, including the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, and educational campaigns.
Third, in collaboration with the Assistant Vice President for Strategic Diversity Initiatives, the Assistant Director is responsible for the coordination and administration of the university’s Reported Bias Incident Response Protocol, and the operational coordination of the university’s interdisciplinary Bias Response Team. Areas of responsibility include day-to-day case management of reported incidents, designing and implementing educational interventions, collaboration with partner offices, and assessment of reported bias incident data.
The Assistant Director will join a university community actively engaged in building more diverse, equitable, inclusive and socially just learning and working environments at its main campus in Corvallis, branch campuses in Bend and Portland, its marine science center in Newport, within Ecampus, and at agricultural experience stations and county extension offices throughout the state of Oregon.
Opened in 2016, the Office of Institutional Diversity is responsible for the coordination of efforts across the university to advance the institution’s strategic diversity, equity and inclusion goals embodied in Strategic Plan 4.0 and Innovate & Integrate: Plan for Inclusive Excellence, Oregon State University’s first diversity strategic plan. Led by the Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, the Office of Institutional Diversity enhances Oregon State University’s commitment to social justice, equity and inclusion by closely partnering with Diversity & Cultural Engagement, the Educational Opportunities Program, the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access, the Division of Student Affairs, the Division of Extension and Engagement, the Office of the Provost, the Office of the President, the OSU Foundation and Alumni Association, each of the university’s 13 colleges, and units across the university engaged in transformational equity work. The Office of Institutional Diversity complements and enhances these efforts by providing leadership and advocacy to advance inclusive excellence at the institutional level.
Oregon State University is the state’s largest university and premier research institution. Corvallis, Ore., the location of the university’s flagship campus, is a thriving university community with plentiful opportunities for personal and professional development. Located centrally in the Willamette Valley, Corvallis is within close driving distance of the Pacific Ocean, mountains in the Coast and Cascade ranges, the Portland metro area and its many museums, restaurants, and venues, and a multitude of local and regional recreational activities. Oregon State University is committed to supporting employees’ “whole selves” by offering competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and multiple employee affinity groups for community building.
Applications are no longer being accepted.
For additional information please contact: Emily Bowling at [email protected] or 541-737-7673.
Emily Bowling, Director, Community Engagement and Leadership, Search Committee Chair
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Pamela Johnson, Executive Assistant to Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Office of Institutional Diversity, Search Administrator
Jeff Kenney, Director of Institutional Education for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Office of Institutional Diversity
Roni Sue, Intake Assessment Associate, Equal Opportunity and Access
Molly Chambers, Associate Advocate, ASOSU Office of Advocacy
Sara Smith, Event Coordinator & Alumni Relations,Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine,
Janet Nishihara, Executive Director, Educational Opportunities Program
Josh Brenne, Student, Leadership Liaison at Asian Pacific Cultural Center
Lucas Schnell, Student, 2021 ASOSU Speaker of the House