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Director, Master of Nonprofit Leadership/Assistant Professor
The College of St. Scholastica Duluth in Duluth, Minnesota
 
 
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Date Posted 03/19/2021
Category
Nonprofit-Academic
Philanthropy-Administrative-Non-profit
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 

The School of Arts and Letters at the College of St. Scholastica invites applications for the position of Program Director, Master of Arts in Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) at the rank of Assistant Professor with the possibility of tenure track. MNPL is a new program; the inaugural director will have responsibility for its establishment, development, and success. The program will prepare graduates for leadership roles in nonprofit organizations working in the arts, culture, racial and economic justice, sustainability, education, violence prevention, immigration, housing, and other health and human services. The director will need to be conversant across these areas. In addition, they should have experience in coalition building, community organizing, and conflict resolution; in grant writing and fundraising; in technology, media, and marketing; and in nonprofit board governance and mobilizing volunteer networks. The MNPL program, in close alignment with the College’s Benedictine values, seeks to advance equity and justice by preparing professionals who can put skills and theory into practice in diverse community settings. The program’s mission is to graduate creative, values-oriented, culturally knowledgeable, and justice-minded leaders who can serve their communities through building respectful relationships. We seek a director who can help us to realize this mission.

At the College of St. Scholastica, we believe that equity and inclusion are key ingredients of academic excellence and the success of all our students. Our Catholic Benedictine heritage, grounded in Catholic social teaching, informs this vision of Inclusive Excellence (http://www.css.edu/administration/human-resources/inclusive-excellence.html). Candidates must demonstrate evidence of cultural competence and be committed to working closely with diverse populations.

Key Results/Responsibilities
  • Promote the growth of the program, faculty, and curriculum creatively, practically, and holistically. Review and assess program performance.
  • Act as the public face of the program in the nonprofit community, recruiting dynamic and diverse adjunct faculty and creating meaningful internship and fellowship opportunities for graduate students.
  • Create a supportive environment and foster a sense of community among graduate students.
  • Cultivate a dynamic, inclusive, and diverse graduate student body by working with enrollment management and marketing to recruit current undergraduate students, recent college graduates, and community professionals to the program.
  • Explore fundraising opportunities (scholarships and fellowships) to make the program accessible to the broadest range of students possible.
  • Design in-residence workshops and mentoring programs, drawing on community resources for student professional development.
  • Teach at least one course per semester in the program.
  • Steward the program budget and resources.

Required Qualifications
  • Doctorate in Nonprofit Leadership or related field
  • Nonprofit leadership experience
  • Relevant teaching and curriculum development experience
  • Demonstrated record of strengthening equity, diversity, and inclusion at their organization(s)

Preferred Qualifications
  • College teaching experience, scholarship, and service
  • Nonprofit leadership experience at director level

Special Instructions to Applicants

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae or resume, a cover letter that clearly addresses the key responsibilities and qualifications and how the candidate is able to realize the program’s mission, and contact information for three references. Applications will be reviewed by a search committee chaired by Bret Amundson, dean of the School of Arts and Letters. Review of applications begins immediately. Full consideration will be given to applications received by April 10, 2021.

The new Master of Nonprofit Leadership program is currently awaiting approval by the Higher Learning Commission and the Minnesota Office of Higher Education.

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