Position Summary: The Systemwide Deputy Title IX Director manages a team of Ethics & Compliance Professionals and supports the Systemwide Title IX Director in providing systemwide oversight and compliance of Title IX operations, policy and procedures, as well as all related government regulations. The Systemwide Deputy Title IX Director serves as a subject-matter expert on Title IX and related laws and regulations, as well as institutional policies and procedures and leads activities related to audit, evaluation, correction, monitoring, on-site review, and investigation to ensure consistent and quality institutional prevention and response to reports and issues. This position may also lead projects to develop guidance for campuses, identify and address campus training and compliance needs, advise and, when necessary, represent the Systemwide Title IX Director at Systemwide meetings.
Special Conditions of Employment: Overtime Travel Travel outside of normal business hours
Other Special Conditions of Employment: Successful completion of a background check is required for this position.
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Duty 1: Represents the Systemwide Title IX Director as the Systemwide expert on program, policy and legal issues at various campus and systemwide meetings.
Advises internal departments and university offices that receive and/or respond to Title IX-related reports such as the Office of the President, Human Resources, Academic Personnel, Academic Senate, Office of General Counsel, Risk and Compliance, campus Centers for Advocacy Resources and Education (CARE) and campus police.
Informs campuses and other locations of relevant issues and developments through meetings, various communications, publications, and web content, as necessary.
Builds strong relationships and collaborates with stakeholders across the system to coordinate and facilitate projects and provide support to campus and location Title IX offices and their campus partners.
Develops and leads Title IX-related prevention education for students, faculty, and staff.
Advises campus Title IX officers and investigators.
May supervise investigations elevated to the Systemwide Title IX office. Function:Client Services Percent: 40
Duty 2: Collaborates with Systemwide Title IX Director and other institutional leaders to develop and implement Title IX compliance and systemwide objectives.
Develops and recommends guidelines, policies, and procedures to promote systemwide consistency and compliance. Leads implementation efforts.
Stays abreast of emerging issues, case law, regulatory changes and requirements, and best practices. Provides input on proposed federal and state legislation.
Lead the collection and analysis of systemwide data to identify and respond to trends and systemic issues. Function:Strategic Planning Percent: 30
Duty 3: Supervises and mentors investigators in Systemwide Title IX office by setting clear expectations, providing timely feedback, and managing performance.
Collaborates with individual employees and the team to identify development goals and opportunities for team members.
Coordinates opportunities, as needed.
Encourages and maintains a collaborative and inclusive work environment. Function:Leadership and Management Percent: 30
Job Requirements Bachelor's degree or equivalent education and experience.
Comprehensive knowledge of Title IX and related legislation, regulations and guidance; expertise in drafting and implementing related policies and procedures.
Expertise in investigating and producing written reports in response to allegations of sex discrimination.
Strong analytical skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing about specific Title IX compliance and program issues.
Strong presentation and facilitation skills, with ability to educate and train a variety of constituencies.
Strong interpersonal skills, including abilities to communicate clearly, navigate difficult conversations and interactions, connect with a wide variety of audiences, and gain the acceptance of others in sensitive situations.
Comprehensive project management skills, including supervising the work of others, adhering to timelines, and achieving identified milestones. Required
Law degree or other advanced degree in a relevant discipline, such as public administration, education, social work, or psychology).
Ability to work independently and within a team environment. Preferred
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