Director of Institutional Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
Location: Hillsboro, Missouri
Internal Number: 4574225
Director of Institutional Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
Classification Summary: Incumbents are responsible for providing leadership, direction, and day-to-day operational management for the designated programs. Responsibilities may include administering policies and procedures, conducting investigations, preparing documentation, and performing data analysis; creating and facilitating training for faculty, staff, and students; researching, tracking, and implementing proposed and enacted federal, state, and local legislation; and recruiting, training, and supervising staff.
Minimum Education and/or Training and Experience: Masters degree in a related field. Four years of relevant experience. Demonstrated experience with federal, state, and/or institutional compliance.
Preferred Education and/or Training and Experience: Masters degree in student affairs, higher education, or law. Juris Doctor preferred. Relevant experience in higher education or law. Demonstrated experience with Title IX compliance. Demonstrated experience with Equal Opportunity (EO) compliance.
Licensing Requirements: None
Classification Duties: 1. Provide administrative oversight, including responsibility for planning, budgeting, assessment, supervision, committee assignments, and annual reporting for institutional compliance and Title IX. (D6)
2. Administer the Colleges non-discrimination policies, including serving as the Colleges Title IX Coordinator and Equal Opportunity (EO) Officer, in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws. (D6) 3. Perform complaint intake, investigation, and preparation of responses, resolutions, and investigatory reports; coordinate hearings; develop policy and training materials; select and train investigators, advisors, and other college personnel; and ensure appropriate documentation in the Colleges case management system. 4. Prepare annual statistics on the number, nature, and disposition of complaints received; identify and analyze patterns; and make recommendations for improvement. 5. Create, track, and provide annual training for students, faculty, and staff to inform them of their rights and responsibilities. Coordinate with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Equity on activities to prevent discrimination, harassment, and retaliation and to promote a culture of civility, respect, and integrity within the campus community. 6. Regularly review compliance-related policies, procedures, and processes and recommend appropriate revisions; and collaborate with Student Compliance and Human Resources staff to review applicable student and employee policies and procedures. 7. Coordinate with the Chief of Police/Director of Emergency Management and Clery Compliance Officer to fulfill overlapping obligations related to discrimination and harassment incidents: simultaneous campus/police investigations; reporting, prevention, and training; and preparation of the Title IX/VAWA sections of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. 8. Research and maintain knowledge of all proposed and enacted federal, state, and local higher education legislation, statutes, etc.; monitor anticipated changes in legal framework; communicate compliance requirements with appropriate stakeholders on campus; and provide training as needed. 9. Develop and maintain an electronic institutional compliance calendar and coordinate compliance reporting requirements with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Equity; and collaborate with key stakeholders to ensure timely submission of required data, reports, and/or notices. 10. Coordinate with federal, state, regional, and local directors, EO officers, and staff to ensure compliance with all related Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) regulations, policies, and procedures; and ensure policies and training are implemented as needed.
11. Perform other related duties of a comparable level/type as assigned.
Knowledge: Supervisory principles; Training principles; Public relations principles; Title IX principles; Trauma-informed interviewing principles; Institutional compliance principles; Applicable Federal, State, and Local laws, rules, and regulations; Report preparation methods and requirements; Data analysis.
Skills: Supervising and evaluating employees; Training staff; Prioritizing and assigning work; Compiling, preparing, and analyzing a variety of complex data and reports; Applicable laws, rules, and regulations; Using a computer and related software applications; Implementing public relations initiatives; Working independently; Performing critical thinking; Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Wage/Salary: $73,549 Status: Full time If Part-time, hours per week: If Non-exempt, work days: Posting Number: SF00471
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