Do you have a passion for social justice? Do you consider yourself a champion for equity, diversity, and inclusion? If so, then we may have an opportunity for you!
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) is growing and looking for key team members to join us on the journey to becoming a community where everyone feels a sense of belonging. The work of EDI is evolving, and serving more students, faculty, trainees, and staff than ever before. EDI offers you the opportunity to connect with the entire University of Utah system — the academic campus, the health science campus, and the UHealth System. We are One U Thriving, and we want experienced, driven, and passionate people who can emerge as leaders as we build an inclusive campus representative of the diversity of our region, state, nation, and world.
For more information on the available positions, click on the links below.
The AIRC Student Staff serves as the “face” of the American Indian Resource Center — a vital link between American Indian and Alaskan Native students, the University of Utah, and the larger community. This position’s responsibilities include assisting the center’s director with front desk and office maintenance, answering phones and questions, scheduling social media posts and appointments, and reproducing and archiving documents.
The Assistant Director is responsible for recognizing and coordinating all efforts to define, understand, assess, foster, and cultivate diversity and inclusion throughout the University of Utah. This position will develop and oversee programs, services, and initiatives designed to enhance the retention and graduation of students from diverse and under-represented population groups.
The Black Student Union (BSU) advisor works to assist students in identifying direction, engaging with high impact activities/services, and accomplishing goals. This role is committed to supporting the student leadership of BSU, fostering an environment for open dialogue and academic success, and advocating for BSU members as a knowledgeable resource on campus offerings.
The Inter-Tribal Student Association (ITSA) advisor will assist students in identifying direction, engaging with high-impact activities/services, and accomplishing goals. ITSA is the primary American Indian student group and strives to promote greater unity, further academic achievements, and strengthen cultural roots.
The “Men of Color Together” graduate assistant (GA) supports the development and engagement of undergraduate male-identifying students to academically succeed, challenge existing narratives, and explore their identities. This GA position will be expected to work 20 hours per week during the 2021- 2022 school year.
We’re looking for a new Pacific Islander Student Association (PISA) advisor to assist students in identifying direction, engaging with high-impact activities/services, and accomplishing goals. PISA provides a space for its members to articulate their experiences and share their individual cultures with each other, the larger university, and community populations.