Asst Coord, Program- African American LGBT Women's Studies
Emory University 216 reviews - Atlanta, GA

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Job Title
Asst Coord, Program- African American LGBT Women's Studies

Job Requisition ID

EVP Provost Academic Affairs

903100:Center For Women

Full/Part Time


Minimum Hourly $

Midpoint Hourly $

Minimum Annual $

Midpoint Annual $

Job Description
JOB DESCRIPTION: Assists program staff in the development and implementation of program initiatives. Writes briefing materials and reports, performs research, and acts as a liaison with national and international contacts. Assists with budget preparation, and tracks project expenditures. May draft grant proposals. Assists in the design and generation of reports. Coordinates logistical aspects of meetings and project-related travel, and prepares correspondence. Represents the program at conferences. Performs related responsibilities as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.


Preferred Qualifications
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree in a related field and demonstrated knowledge of issues related to the Civil Rights Movement and LGBT rights movements.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate degree in women’s studies, LGBT/sexuality studies, African American studies, American studies, or related field.

Note: This is a full time position beginning approximately June 2013 and ending approximately May 2014. Review of applications will begin April 24.

Additional Job Details
Assists Principle Investigators with implementation of Emory’s Arcus Foundation grant on intersections between the civil rights movement and the struggle for Black lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. The coordinator will assist primarily with
• Planning/logistics for an international working group of scholars who are creating an edited volume of essays on Black Civil and LGBT Rights
• Planning a national conference, “Whose Beloved Community? Black Civil and LGBT Rights Movements,” March 27-29, 2014
• Developing/coordinating courses and/or research projects in collaboration with Black LGBT activists in Atlanta
Duties include writing briefing materials and reports, performing research, managing a website, creating publicity materials, and acting as a liaison with local and national contacts. Assists with budget preparation and tracks project expenditures. Coordinates logistical aspects of meetings and project-related travel. Coordinates meetings and activities of the symposium steering committee. Prepares correspondence and represents the project in various venues.
The position is full time, with an annual salary of $32,000. Emory offers a generous benefits package.
This position involves:
Not Applicable

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