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Institutional Compliance Officer

The Institutional Compliance Officer is responsible for managing Truman State University's compliance with Title IX, Title IV and Title VII, with a particular emphasis on investigating all complaints of alleged discrimination, including allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment made by students, staff and faculty. The Institutional Compliance Officer acts as a neutral party in all aspects of the University's compliance with federal and state non-discrimination laws and provides detailed investigations, including unbiased reports regarding the findings of the investigation. The Institutional Compliance Officer reports to the President of the University. Responsibilities include: -Serving as the University's Title IX Coordinator, Section 504 Coordinator, and Chief Equity Officer/Affirmative Action Officer, as designated by the President to investigate and enforce the institutions anti-discrimination policies; -Coordinating the University's compliance with all aspects of Title IV, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504, and the ADA; -Receiving and resolving discrimination complaints through informal resolution measures, formal investigation, and/or coordination with other relevant offices at the University; -Coordinating and conducting investigations related to complaints of discrimination (including sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault) from students, staff, faculty, and third parties; -Reviewing and developing University policy related to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and nondiscrimination, in compliance with federal and state laws, regulations, and policies, and in furtherance of institutional values; -Creating and providing on-going training to students, faculty and staff to inform them of their rights and responsibilities concerning discrimination, in an effort to prevent discrimination, harassment, and retaliation and to foster a safe, productive, and respectful educational and work environment; -Developing and maintaining the University's affirmative action plan, monitoring its progress, and communicating related initiatives to the university community in furtherance of its legal responsibilities and institutional interests; -Conducting campus climate surveys and other related assessments, such as gender equity opportunities assessment for Division II athletics program (in collaboration with the Athletics Compliance Officer); -Developing strategic plans and initiatives to address areas of concern identified through survey results; -Serving as the appeal officer for complaints of discrimination based on disabilities; -Creating and disseminating educational and informational materials for Title IX; -Coordinating on-going prevention and awareness education efforts for students, faculty and staff; -Serving as a member of the Students of Concern Committee; -Remaining current with applicable federal, state, and case law related to employment and higher education; -Assisting in maintaining requested statistics and data for reporting purposes; -Acting as an institutional resource for questions or concerns related to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and non-discrimination at Truman State University; -Other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications: -Graduate degree in student affairs, human resources, higher education, law or a closely related field; -Understanding of federal and state civil rights laws and regulations, such as Title IX, Title IV, Title VII, ADA, VAWA, Campus SaVE, and/or Clery Act; personnel policies and practices; student programs and related policies; -Ability to organize work on complex and confidential issues utilizing professional judgment, tact and resourcefulness; -Demonstrated commitment to the educational development of students and knowledge of due process rights and responsibilities related to students, faculty and staff; -Demonstrated experience in conducting investigations; -Strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to both be impartial and project impartiality and establish rapport with a diverse range of the campus and local community. Preferred Qualifications: -Two or more years of experience in dispute resolution, student conduct, civil rights investigation and/or the practice of law; -Experience working with victims of sexual violence and discrimination; -Experience in higher education; -Experience with policy development and implementation; -Experience with Title IX and civil rights investigation and employment law. Applications materials: Truman State University accepts application online at Please submit a cover letter which should specifically address how the candidate meets the qualifications as outlined in the posted description; resume; transcripts (copies are acceptable, original transcripts will be required if hired) and contact information for three professional references. Please contact Human Resources at 660-###-#### or ...@truman.edu if you require assistance with the electronic application process. Review of applications will begin June 29, 2018.Truman State University
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