Website Queens University
This position will report to the Director, Yellow House Centre for Student Equity & Inclusion and will have strong working relationships with the Human Rights & Equity Office, the LGBTQ2S+ Counsellor in Student Wellness Services and offices across the Division of Student Affairs to cultivate a campus environment where people of all gender and sexual identities can thrive.
- Develops, implements and assesses programming designed to advance LGBTQ2S+ inclusion on Campus, with direction and support from the Director.
- Acts as the Office’s contact for students, individuals and units seeking information and support related to LGBTQ2S+ student inclusion at Queen’s University.
- Works to promote a sense of responsibility for inclusivity among members of the University community and plays a leading role in the development and delivery of tools to increase awareness of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigeneity (EDII) strategies, initiatives and resources.
- Work closely with student leaders and relevant university stakeholders to assess and provide advice on LGBTQ2S+ student wellness, leadership, and academic support programs on campus. Acknowledges diverse ideas and interests to develop, implement, and evaluate services and programs organization wide.
- Develops familiarity and positive working relationships with constituents involved in the ongoing coordination of strategies led through the
- Yellow House to advance LGBTQ2S+ inclusion including student leaders, Student Affairs, Student Wellness Centre, Campus Security, Human Resources etc.
- Promotes an environment that welcomes, engages, listens to, and supports students through an inclusive approach that highlights empathy, intersectionality and the complexity of lived experience.
- Minimum of two years’ experience in an area relevant to the position, including experience leading related projects and initiatives within a multi-stakeholder environment.
- Demonstrated commitment to and experience working with students with marginalized genders and sexualities, using intersectional and anti-oppression frameworks.
- Must have lived experience as a member of the LGBTQ2S+ community.
- An undergraduate degree in a relevant field, with demonstrated knowledge of an anti-oppression framework within the relevant discipline.
- Knowledge of the needs and experiences of students who identify as LGBTQ2S+, with particular attention to the barriers associated with LGBTQ2S+ inclusion within post-secondary environments.
Company: Queens University
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Kingston, CA
Application Deadline: N/A