Baylor University Job Description

Positions within Baylor University exist to support the mission, which is to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caring community.



Title:

Title IX Coordinator
Position Class: 1109
EEO Job Category: 10
Position Number: 113014
FLSA Status: Does not qualify for overtime.
Department: Title IX Office(1130)

Reports to:

AVP of Equity
Supports the mission of the university by: Developing, implementing, and managing the University’s Title IX compliance program and leading the University’s effort to build and maintain a culture that supports student safety and equity on the basis of sex and gender.
 Essential FunctionsPct Of Time

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Oversee implementation of Title IX Policy,conducting review of Policy, training implementers, developing & maintaining documentation that explains Policy to constituencies, & ensuring adherence to Policy throughout the TIX investigation & adjudication. 20.00 %

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Coordinate response to alleged violations of Title IX Policy, overseeing & implementing Alternative Resolutions, overseeing & managing Formal Resolutions through investigation & adjudication, & working with Training Personnel to revise for best practices. 25.00 %

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Meet with Complainants, Respondents, & other constituents to provide information about available resources & support services, the Title IX Policy, resolution options, case processes, sanctions and other outcomes, & other facets of the Title IX program. 10.00 %

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Maintain case files & databases regarding active & inactive cases; compile & review records to assess for patterns of behavior & areas for training & education; periodically evaluate the efficacy of the Title IX program. 10.00 %

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Partner across the University to create a culture of awareness and to reflect the institutional commitment to eliminating, preventing and addressing instances of sexual and gender-based harassment and interpersonal violence. 10.00 %

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Maintain all Title IX-related communication paths and web-based resources. 5.00 %

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Provide periodic reporting and ongoing consultation regarding Title IX matters to the AVP Equity and other groups as requested. 10.00 %

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Receive and deliver educational modules inside and outside the University about effective Title IX responses. 5.00 %
 Secondary FunctionsPct Of Time

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Other duties as assigned by supervisor. 5.00 %
Level of Independence: Instructions and guidelines consist of broadly defined assignments and functions. Programs, projects and other work products are considered authoritative and normally accepted by others without significant change. This position has authority to formulate, waive or deviate from established policies and procedures without prior approval. This position has the authority to make decisions without direction from supervisor.
Job Requirements:
 Education Minimum Required Master's Degree
Preferred Doctoral Degree
Field of Study
 Experience Minimum Required 3 years
Preferred 5 years
Licenses, Certificates, Registrations Minimum Required
Preferred
Special Knowledge, Skills or Other Abilities Minimum Required Demonstrated ability to use discretion and good judgment, maintain confidentiality, and work under multiple deadlines and with students and others in highly emotional situations. Demonstrated ability to foster positive relationships with diverse constituencies. Experience investigating, adjudicating, or otherwise addressing sexual and gender-based harassment and interpersonal violence. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to manage sensitive and confidential information/communication. Strong presentation and facilitation skills with an emphasis on education and training for a variety of constituencies. Effective project management, organizational and analytical skills.
Preferred Three to five years of investigative, risk management, and/or Student Life experience. Ability to develop and conduct training and education programs. Experience in a higher education environment. Experience working on compliance with Title IX regulatory requirements, preferably in conjunction with EEO.
Supervisory Responsibilities
Positions Supervised
TitleFTEDirect
Supervision
Indirect
Supervision
Deputy TIX Coordinator/ 1
Case Manager 1
Investigators 2
      
Nature of Work Supervised: Maintains responsibility for effective operation of multiple units.
Level of Supervision Provided: Supervises a department or group of diversified functions where duties involve establishing procedures and performance standards.
Working Conditions and Physical Demands
Requirement/Condition Frequency
Physical effort with some handling of light weight such as supplies or materials (0 to 15 lbs). Occasional
Physical efforts including standing, lifting and carrying light to moderately heavy materials or equipment. (15 to 50 lbs). Occasional
Physical effort such as pushing, pulling, bending, lifting, and carrying heavy objects (50 + lbs). Never
Demands require close visual attention. Frequent
Demands require prolonged mental concentration. Frequent
Work performed in a normal office environment. Constant
Work performed in an environment requiring exposure to weather extremes. Never
Work performed in an environment requiring exposure to fumes, odors and noise. Never
Exposure to hazards that may result in some injury, lost time, or threat to one's personal health. Never
Exposure to job hazards that may result in injury, lost time, total disability or death. Never
Software/Computer Skills
Software Required Skill Level
Microsoft Windows Intermediate
Microsoft Excel Intermediate
Microsoft PowerPoint Intermediate
Microsoft Word Intermediate
Microsoft Outlook Intermediate
Web Browser (Internet) Intermediate
Website Maintenance Novice
Last modified: 1/23/2018

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