The Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation (DHR) Administrator will play an essential leadership role in the University’s education, prevention, training, investigation and adjudication of DHR cases (including Title IX) involving students, employees and third parties. Title IX includes gender equity concerns, including but not limited to sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence and stalking for all members of the campus community, vendors, third parties and visitors to the campus.
The Deputy Title IX Coordinator/DHR Administrator is an instrumental leader and collaborator toward an inclusive, caring, fair, respectful, and responsive campus culture. It is essential that the Deputy Title IX Coordinator/DHR Administrator build and maintain positive rapport with student leaders and activists, administrators, faculty, staff, and employee bargaining unit representatives. The incumbent must possess the awareness, knowledge and skills to support the vast diversity of the campus community and employ a trauma-informed approach in interactions with all constituents.
The Deputy Title IX Coordinator/DHR Administrator serves as the senior investigator for all Title IX and DHR matters. The incumbent must stay current with national and state legislative developments as well as evolving case law in the areas of responsibility. The incumbent must apply newly emerging principles to investigations and case management, often prior to the inclusion of such principles in revisions to systemwide policies and procedures, in order to provide all due care in each situation and uphold the rights of all involved parties.
Please submit all feedback forms for the Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Administrator candidates no later than Monday, December 13, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
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