Candidate must have at least five years of Diversity &Inclusion leadership and senior management experience, includingstrategic planning, administration, fundraising, fiscal management,communications, employee development, and community mobilizationand collaboration.Tech-savvy and strong proponent of social media.Prepare written reports as required.Perform other duties as assigned.Deep Knowledge of Anti-Racism, Racial Equity, andSocial Justice Work Firm understanding of systemic, structural, and institutionalracism, including intersectional forms of oppression.Confidently present themselves as subject matter expert onracial equity.Experienced Diversity, Equity, and InclusionProfessionalA successful track record in helping organizations develop,implement, and sustain diversity, equity, and inclusion strategiesthat achieve positive results.Deep understanding of research, methodologies, and frameworksrelated to diversity, equity, and inclusion management andleadership.Experience in leading and managing multiple aspects ofdiversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, including applicationsfor the workforce, supply chain, and external relations.Experience in utilizing organizational assessment tools fororganizational diversity, equity, and inclusion.Personal Characteristics and LeadershipAttributes Effective listener; high emotional intelligence; open-minded;inclusive; enthusiastic.Strongly committed to racial equity, anti-racism, DEI, andsocial justice.Relationship/coalition builder, approachable, fair, passionate,authentic, servant leader.Self-confident, resilient, integrity, believes in continuouslearning/improvement and focused.Ability to have difficult conversations around racism, whitesupremacy, and more.Well-organized, results-driven and inspiring, visionary,politically savvy, mature, and use of judgment effectively.Submit your resume to [email protected]; nophone calls, please. OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARYReporting to the President of Martin University, the ExecutiveDirector of the Martin University National Center for Racial Equityand Inclusion (NCREI) will oversee the planning, implementation,and performance measurement of specific short- and long-termprojects that identify and address racial disparities and otherinequities. The Executive Director works closely withuniversity leaders, faculty, staff, and the NCREI AdvisoryBoard.This position supervises others as assigned.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONSCommunity Collaborations/Alliances and StrategicCommunicationsInitiate, develop, and maintain productive and mutuallybeneficial collaborative relationships with individuals andorganizations that effectively represent racially and ethnicallydiverse communities across the region, including liaison withcommunity groups.Proven ability to develop and implementmarketing/communications programs, creating a clear and consistentidentity that generates understanding and enthusiasm for the NCREImission and goals; and clear understanding of accomplishments andimpact generated by the NCREI.Accomplished public speaker serving as the primaryspokesperson.Fundraising The ability to work collaboratively with the Division ofInstitutional Advancement in developing fundraising strategies andexecuting them in partnership with university personnel and theNCREI Advisory Board.Operations/HR Management and StaffDevelopmentExperience recruiting/hiring, supervising, mentoring, providingprofessional development opportunities, and directing andevaluating staff in the performance of their duties Financial Management and PlanningPrepare and administer annual operating and capital budgets,and understand and manage multiple projects.Manage communication with the President, Chief FinancialOfficer, and NCREI Advisory Board to provide regular comprehensivereports on revenue, expenditures, and other key financial andnon-financial metrics.Senior Leadership, Strategic Thinking, andPlanningTransformative ability to provide vision and leadership foraccomplishing the mission and long-term development and growth andremaining up-to-date on emerging trends.Strong track record of strategic thinking, planning, andaligning mission, the business model, internal systems andstructures, and programs to support that strategy. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSBachelor’s degree required; relevant advanced degree stronglypreferred.Formal training in racial equity, anti-racism, Diversity,Equity, Inclusion related work.Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability tomaintain/encourage open communications with staff, the Board,volunteers, and the community.