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    Responsibilities

    Service and Administration: Directs the Human Relations Education Program integrating character and leadership development for the USAFA. Serves as USAF Academy lead integrator for relationship education and emotional intelligence development (REED). Advises and makes recommendations to the Director, Superintendent and other senior leaders and staff on Human Relations matters. Trains faculty, staff and cadets schedules course and seminars, assesses program success, and plans the future direction of the program. Serves as a subject matter expert providing advice and counsel for gender, relationships, life skills, emotional intelligence and sexual ethics to improve the quality of educational programs. Responsible for course and curriculum development. Performs administrative functions as required to ensure timely and effective instruction, evaluation, and follow-up of students. Participates in faculty governance by attending department and faculty meetings and serving, when requested, on departmental or organizational committees. Effectively briefs academic advisors, faculty, Air Officers Commanding and other USAFA staff members on all Human Relations programs, as required.

    Teaching: Instructs and mentors permanent party, cadets, and cadet candidates. Teaches cadets and cadet-candidates in topics of relationships development, life skills, emotional intelligence, gender and sexual ethics during Dean of Faculty, Athletic Department, Commandant of Cadets, and/or Preparatory School courses and programs, as assigned by CCLD leadership. Teaches permanent party in the Permanent Party Professional Development curriculum; delivers well-organized instruction in healthy relationship development and emotional intelligence to integrate into their personal and professional lives. Counsels, coaches, mentors, and evaluates permanent party, cadets and cadet candidates in REED subjects.

    Research: Pursues scholarly activities and professional accomplishments through membership in professional societies and participation in conferences or other appropriate activities in order to maintain professional and academic currency in area of specialization or education including character and leadership. Initiates and conducts a program of research in REED topics as they relate to character and leadership that contributes to the body of knowledge. Prepares manuscripts and/or presentations containing the findings of research or scholarly study suitable for refereed publication or other distribution.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    22

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