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MIT seeks an Interfaith Chaplain and Program Director to foster interfaith understanding, spiritual well-being, and ethical growth for the MIT community through the leadership of two key programs--the Addir Interfaith Dialogue Fellows and the Radius program in ethics.
Will administer the Addir and Radius programs and ensure that program operations run smoothly; facilitate the growth and development of student participants in the Addir Fellows and coach student leaders; and design and implement lectures, workshops, and discussion groups about important ethical issues, particularly related to scientific and technological developments. Will report directly to the chaplain to the Institute/associate dean. A full description is available at https://studentlife.mit.edu/content/dsl-open-positions
-Bachelor's degree (master’s preferred) in a related field
-Three years of experience, preferably in higher education
-Excellent organizational, leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills
-Ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects
-Understanding of and experience with young adult development
-Understanding of diverse religious traditions and successful strategies for interfaith engagement
-Experience in program development
-Understanding of ethical issues
-Experience with effective strategies for advocacy
Interested candidates may apply online at https://hr.mit.edu/careers Please reference job number 22331.
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