Reporting to the Chief of Staff, the Title IX Coordinator has the primary responsibility for coordinating and implementing the University's comprehensive Title IX and Clery Act compliance efforts , as well as helping to strengthen the culture that supports a safe and respectful learning, working, and living environment on campus. The Title IX Coordinator serves as the point of contact for coordinating the University's efforts in response to all forms of gender-based or sexual equity issues, and he/she ensures that the University's response is effective, timely, thorough, and follows all legal and ethical mandates.
The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for leading the University's strategic planning, reviews, training, education, prevention, response, data collection, analysis, reporting and record retention regarding Title IX and related regulations. Bachelor's degree from an accredited school; Master's degree or a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school is strongly preferred. At least 3 years of relevant legal or investigative experience; Advanced degree such as a J.D. may be substituted for some experience. Experience gathering and reviewing documents.
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