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Brandeis University Assistant Director, Segal Program in Waltham, Massachusetts

The Segal Program Assistant Director oversees data management, develops and leads programming for, and supports the coordination of the Eli J. and Phyllis N. Segal Citizen Leadership Program. They oversee the Program's data management; partner with the Director to lead program evaluation and on the development/facilitation of citizen leadership and racial justice programming; manage communications with Fellows, social media outlets, and program website; and provide some additional support across the Program. The Assistant Director reports to the Segal Program Director and partners with communications and administrative professionals from within their center/institute. Their role includes interactions with a variety of stakeholders, independent leadership/thinking, and management of program elements. May supervise occasional, part-time student workers. To apply, please submit a cover letter and a resume/CV. Key Responsibilities: Oversees data management for the program, including developing/managing data management systems and tracking/updating data, and partners with Director to help lead program evaluation, including setting and monitoring program goals and providing initial evaluation analysis. (25%) Creates and manages original communications with Segal Fellows (including monthly Fellow Newsletter), on social media outlets (including management and editing of videos/YouTube channel), and on the Segal Program website, with some support from the institute/center's communications professional, and supports content development and production for other program reports/mailings. (25%) Develops and leads citizen leadership programming, including co-facilitating the first year citizen leadership curriculum and Segal Retreat, and assistance with the planning and management of programming/events, such as the Retreat, ongoing Fellow leadership development opportunities, and other Segal Network events. (25%) Manages and develops programming to better connect and support Fellows, such as Segal Buddy Program, Segal Interest Groups, Leadership Development Funds, and other peer-peer Fellow connections. (10%) Takes a lead on and works with the Segal Program Director to center equity, inclusion, and belonging throughout the Program, including selecting, orienting, and supporting a diverse group of Fellows, and planning and executing programming and leadership development opportunities that reflect a racial justice and antiracism focus. (10%) Completes some administrative and clerical roles, as needed. (5%) Additional Information: Education: B.A./B.S. required. M.A./M.S. preferred. Work Experience: 3-5 years Previous leadership with evaluation/data analysis, data management systems, social media/website management, communications design/management, developing/facilitating trainings/events, managing multiple projects at once, commitment to fostering a focus on equity, inclusion, diversity & antiracism. Manages a database of over 600 Fellows, Founders, donors, partners, and other Segal Network members. Manages social media and website communications with an audience of over 600 stakeholders. Develops and leads programming for 150+ Segal Fellows, including more than 12 events per year. Closing Statement Brandeis University is committed to providing its students, faculty and staff with an environment conducive to learning and working and where all people are treated with respect and dignity. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnicity, caste, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, including transgender identity, religion, disability, age, genetics, active military or veteran status and any other characteristics protected under applicable federal or Massachusetts law.

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