The Black Faculty and Staff Association at the University of Notre Dame strives to aid in the recruitment and support of talented Black faculty and staff across the University community. As a part of this effort, we have listed some currently open positions and we encourage you to apply for any and all that are of interest to you. If you apply for a position, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com.
Staff Job Postings
Assistant Director for LGBTQ Student Initiatives and Administration
This position reports directly to and assists the Director of the Gender Relations Center (GRC), working with the entire staff of the GRC in developing and supporting an environment at Notre Dame that fosters safe and healthy relationships while promoting the moral formation of undergraduate and graduate students consistent with the University’s Catholic identity, mission, and values. The Assistant Director for LGBTQ Student Initiatives and Administration promotes the GRC mission by spearheading programming, pastoral care and educational trainings for LGBTQ student initiatives, and providing oversight for at least two dimensions of departmental administration, such as student worker operations, communication, assessment, and budgeting. The position also oversees the cohort of Senior Fellows and their residence hall programming and outreach which includes the supervision of a professional Program Coordinator for Student Leadership, Intersectionality, and Inclusion. This position collaborates with other departments within Student Affairs, academic departments, and other university units. This position also serves as a liaison to assigned Catholic colleges/universities, peer institutions, and local nonprofits.
Office of Community Standard
Assistant Director of Community Standards
The Assistant Director of Community Standards is responsible for implementing an education-based approach to student conduct and community responsibilities, rooted in the Catholic Holy Cross tradition that applies to all students at the University including undergraduate, graduate and professional students. The position is integrally involved with all aspects of the Office of Community Standards, including the education on University’s Standards of Conduct, managing the process for those who allegedly violate the standards, and assigning outcomes to students found responsible for violations. The Assistant Director must possess the ability to work collaboratively across the University and be comfortable with the potentially high profile nature of both the University and its students. This position requires student outreach and direct contact outside the office through educational engagement activities and supporting University events (including weekend and evening commitments) to provide for a holistic approach to student development.