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Set on a 59-acre campus amongst the wetlands and wilderness of the Southwest Hills of Portland, Oregon Episcopal School (OES) offers 870 students in Pre-K through 12th Grade an outstanding, inquiry-centered education. With its excellent faculty, challenging college preparatory curriculum, and strong sense of community, OES welcomes those who wish to engage fully in a vibrant, culturally-diverse learning community.
Grounded in our Episcopal heritage, OES is committed to inclusion in all aspects of its community and has made it a foundation of the School’s Mission, Identity Statement, and Essential Competencies. The role of Director for Inclusion (DFI) is to support and enhance the student, family, and employee experience at OES with the explicit goal of building on the School’s existing foundation of inclusion while ensuring its ongoing growth, development, and sustainability. The DFI will be a program builder, an educator at heart, and an ambassador in both adult and student communities. The DFI will collaborate closely with Division Heads, OES Chaplains, and others and should have substantial experience with collaborative program design and implementation as well as the ability to engage in strategic planning as it relates to the long term DEI goals of the School. The successful candidate will have talent for leading change, collaborating across a broad range of constituencies, and inspiring diverse groups of individuals toward a common goal. The DFI sits on the senior administrative and academic affairs teams and reports directly to the associate head of school. DEI professionals with social work and public policy backgrounds and candidates from public, charter, higher education, and non-traditional educational backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
This is a full–time year round, exempt position that starts July 1, 2020. It comes with a competitive salary and benefits package, including group medical, dental, and vision insurance, retirement plan with up to 7.5% employer matching, tuition remission for up to two admissions eligible students, paid time off including sick, vacation, personal and floating holidays, an additional 16 paid holidays per year, abundant professional development opportunities, and an excellent free lunch daily. See the OES Benefits Guide for more detail.
Further Develop Inclusion Programs
Support Student Inclusion
Manage the Office of Inclusion
Support Hiring and Retention
Annual salary commensurate with experience
Oregon Episcopal School does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender (including gender identity or expression), disability, national or ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or other legally protected characteristic or status.
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