University of Notre Dame: Associate Director, the Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government
The new Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government at the University of Notre Dame invites applications for an Associate Director. Duties include management of the center’s staff & daily operations, management of grants & budgets, drafting annual reports, management & implementation of student programs and seminars including the College’s Constitutional Studies Minor, planning on- and off-campus events, overseeing and drafting center communications, spearheading marketing & outreach, and assisting the director.
Alongside a phenomenal team, he or she will also help plan Notre Dame’s contribution to America’s celebration of the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.
The ideal candidate will be organized, a team-player, detail-oriented, and have some administrative experience. He or she need not have a Ph.D., but it would be a plus. As the position is currently structured, the associate director will not regularly teach classes, but he or she will be quite involved with students, and will ideally lead seminars and discussions.
Candidates should embrace the Center’s mission, which is “to explore the fundamental principles and practices of a free society so that citizens and civic leaders are equipped to secure our God-given natural rights, exercise the responsibilities of self-government, and pursue the common good.”
Candidates should have:
- a bachelor’s degree;
- at least one year of experience in higher education administration or related fields;
- and extraordinarily strong writing and communication skills
Applicants should submit:
- a cover letter
- and a current resume.
The application deadline is July 22, 2022.
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About the Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government:
Notre Dame’s Center for Citizenship & Constitutional Government seeks to cultivate thoughtful and educated citizens by supporting scholarship and education concerning the ideas and institutions of constitutional government.
The Center aims to explore the fundamental principles and practices of a free society so that citizens and civic leaders are equipped to secure our God-given natural rights, exercise the responsibilities of self-government, and pursue the common good.
The Center aspires to further Notre Dame’s Catholic character and mission by providing a forum where, through free inquiry and reasoned discussion, the Catholic intellectual tradition is brought to bear on enduring and contemporary questions concerning a just constitutional order.
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