Director of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Ashland, OR 97520
A person with a minimum of four years of sustained engagement in training, education or working in a capacity that requires conceptual analysis of racial oppression is required.
Someone with a minimum of four years of progressively advancing leadership experience in designing and leading efforts related to institutional access, which includes but is not limited to working within a social justice institution, arts institution with a role focused on IDEA or within an academic setting.
Someone with proven experience working collaboratively with colleagues at all levels in a complex organization. Effective stakeholder and relationship management experience; able to interact and build trusted relationships with a wide spectrum of employees.
Someone with strong comprehension skills for understanding needs and concerns and developing and applying solutions.
Someone with expertise in strategic diversity & inclusion management methodologies and related planning, execution and measurement of effectiveness.
Additional Areas of Expertise:
Conceptual Analysis of Gender
Presentation and Public Speaking
Interpersonal and Mass Communication
Process Development and Analysis