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  • Friday, August 07, 2020 1:44 PM | Anonymous
    The University of Texas Permian Basin
    Case Manager (Coordinator, Student Emergency/Assistance Services)

    The University of Texas Permian Basin welcomes applicants for the position of Case Manager. Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Leadership and the Director of Human Resources, the Case Manager will coordinate student emergency and assistance services for UTPB students, faculty, and staff.

    The Case Manager will coordinate the Case Management process for all students, faculty, and staff related to COVID-19, and as part of these duties will manage daily review of #Campus Clear, process COVID-19 reports, follow cases to provide support and guidance, manage documentation, and produce reports. The Case Manager will also serve in on-call rotation and assist with outreach and communication.

    This is a full-time, one-year position to address the impacts of the pandemic. Funding for this position will expire in August 2022. Resources may be diverted to other department priorities should there be an approved vaccine and decrease in cases related to COVID-19. Starting salary for this position is: $36,982 – $44,844/yr.

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Track cases from receipt of report to resolution; prepare reports regarding case status; maintain and or/coordinate regular contact with those impacted by COVID-19
    • Resources and Consultation: Provide immediate and ongoing support to students in crisis due to COVID-19 including, but not limited to, academic accommodations, emergency fund applications, securing housing for students who need to self-isolate, and working with campus partners
    • Outreach and Communication: Assist with programming specific to healthy decisions to support prevention of COVID-19 spread
    • On-Call Coverage: Serve in on-call rotation with other staff members from the Case Management Team to address urgent needs submitted to the COVID-19 Advice Line after business hours
    • Coordinate Services: Provide students with comprehensive referral services
    • Collaboration: Collaborate closely with campus and community partners to ensure a comprehensive and holistic approach to individual needs and crisis services
    • Reporting: track various key indicators to produce regular reports regarding case load and other critical information
    • Other related functions, as assigned.

    SCHEDULE: This is an exempt 12-month full time position with an expected 40-hour work schedule Monday through Friday. As an exempt employee this schedule may vary based on the hours needed to meet job responsibilities. Therefore, the employee may need to be available early morning, evening and weekends to meet the needs of the department.

    The University offers an excellent compensation package, which includes a broad range of employee benefits and a generous retirement program (TRS). We invite you to learn more at www.utpb.edu.

    UT–Permian Basin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and underrepresented group members are encouraged to apply.

    UTPB participates in e-Verify.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in sociology, psychology, social work, community and public health, or related field of study with at least two years of case management experience; or, a comparable combination of education and experience
      Self-starter and self-reliant to work both independently and as a part of a team
      Adaptable multi-tasker who is comfortable switching from one task to another, as needed, and moving forward on multiple fronts
      Ability to work under stress, perform multiple tasks, provide attention to detail, and maintain confidentiality
      Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
      Good people skills and empathy for the population served including cultural considerations
      Knowledge of the Microsoft Office software and the ability to learn and use institutional software systems
      Willingness and ability to comply with all state and university policies
  • Friday, August 07, 2020 5:30 AM | Anonymous

    Concordia University Texas
    Director of Residential Life

    POSITION SUMMARY 

    The Director of Residential Life is a twelve month, live-in position reporting to the Dean of Students and is responsible for the overall planning, development, and management of the residential life program and provides leadership for the residence hall. This position will manage the daily operations including budget management, expense authorization, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating events, activities, and programs, hiring, training, and supervising the student staff, and gathering and reporting all residence hall and residential life related data and information. As the single live-in professional staff member, the Director also serves as a student conduct officer and first responder regarding specific residential life related incidents and situations.

    POSITION FUNCTIONS   

    • Residential Life Development:  Develop and implement a comprehensive residential life program that supports the institutional mission; review and revise the staffing model, job descriptions, staffing manual, and residential life policies as necessary in order to implement a successful residential life program; communicate and meet with the student staff, student affairs colleagues, and other institutional partners regularly regarding the residential life program;
    • Building Operations & Assignments: Coordinate with Facilities and Maintenance for basic maintenance support to the residence halls as well as the implementation of preventive maintenance; work with University Partnerships to execute on-campus summer conference experiences in the residence halls; in partnership with Tornado Print & Mail execute mail and package delivery for students residing in the residence hall; manage the key inventory system;
    • Leadership & Management:  Manage the hiring, supervision, and development of the student staff towards building a cohesive team and provide leadership development; oversee the financial planning, annual budget development, and responsible fiscal implementation of allotted funds for the residential life program;
    • Communication & Engagement: Lead the development, planning, and implementation of campus wide, student services related and student affairs specific programs for residential students in partnership and coordination with other related campus efforts; coordinate with Campus Police for regular fire and safety drills and ensure all residence hall staff are regularly trained in responding to emergency situations;
    • Policy/ Procedures:  Administer and monitor all housing related processes, procedures, and protocols; collaborate with the Student Affairs and other colleagues to develop and revise policies, procedures, and protocols for the residence halls; serve as a student conduct officer to resolve minor incidents occurring in the residence halls;
    • Assist the Dean of Students with other duties as assigned

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS 

    • Master’s degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs, Student Services, or related field
    • Minimum 3 years of experience in residence life, student services, or student affairs
    • Supervision and management experience or equivalent education and training
    • Knowledge of student development theory and its application to college student residential living
    • Knowledge of and/or ability to quickly learn a variety of office technologies (MS Office, Banner, Maxient, Target X)
    • Organizational, interpersonal, customer service, as well as oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to supervise, manage, motivate, and lead teams of student staff
    • Ability to participate on as well as lead projects, committees, taskforces, and workgroups
    • Ability to exercise sound judgment and exhibit strong integrity in making decisions
    • Ability to work well independently or collaboratively as a member of the team
    • Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, and multi-task with minimal supervision
    • Ability to be detailed-oriented, thorough, effective, and timely
    • Ability to interpret and abide by CTX’s values, mission, policies and procedures

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

    • Experience with housing operations and assignments, including billing
    • Experience in developing comprehensive training for student staff
    • Experience in opening and closing a residence hall
    • Student conduct and disciplinary process experience or equivalent education and training
    • Training or certification in Basic First Aid and CPR as well as the ability to provide emergency first response care

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

    • Must be willing to live in on campus housing as required, involves extended hours including weekends
    • Must be able to negotiate multiple flights of stairs
    • Must be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs.
    • Involves business travel and as such is subject to a driving record review every two years

    Commitment to the Concordia Mission

    Concordia University Texas is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Concordia University Texas empowers students of all backgrounds to lead lives of critical thought, compassionate action and courageous leadership. As a liberal arts university, Concordia develops the mind, heart, soul, and body, preparing leaders for lives of service. As a private, faith-based university, employees must be supportive of our mission. We actively seek candidates who have professional skills, experience, and willingness to strengthen campus diversity, equity, and inclusion in support of our mission as an institution and our strategic plan. To the extent allowed by law, we reserve the right to give preference in employment based upon religion. Concordia does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, age, national origin, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, and any other basis protected by law.

    Learn more online.

  • Tuesday, June 23, 2020 11:32 AM | Anonymous

    Austin College is looking for our next Director of Student Activities. This position is an 11 month full time live-on position (2 bedroom furnished apartment provided along with a meal plan supplement during the academic year) that starts in August. This position will remain open until filled.  

    Directs student activities, advises and directs the Greek Life Program, and provides leadership development and training for student organizations. Performs essential functions personally, through others, or in conjunction with designated personnel or outside vendor/experts.

    Austin College is a private, residential, co-educational college dedicated to educating undergraduate students in the liberal arts and sciences while also offering select pre-professional programs and a graduate teacher education program. Founded by the Presbyterian Church in 1849, Austin College continues its relationship with the church and its commitment to a heritage that values personal growth, justice, community, and service. An Austin College education emphasizes academic excellence, intellectual and personal integrity, and participation in community life. For more than 165 years, Austin College has maintained an unwavering commitment to the transformative power of education, not only for the individual but for our communities and our world. We are committed to the breadth of a liberal arts education and equipping students with the ability to think critically and problem solve and communicate effectively so that they can succeed today and in the rapidly changing world of the future.

    Austin College does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability,  gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran in the administration of its educational policies and programs, employment policies and practices, enrollment policies and practices, and athletics program, as well as any other College-administered policy, procedure, practice, or program. Reasonable accommodations are made for individuals with disabilities.


    https://www.austincollege.edu/director-of-student-activities-2/

  • Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:21 PM | Anonymous
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    Institution * Collin College
    Position * Vice President and Provost
    Description (Limit: 120 words) We are searching for an outstanding professional to head our fast-growing Frisco Campus. The ideal candidate has demonstrable experience leading and developing academic programming both in preparation to transfer to four year colleges and universities and in workforce fields that include short term certifications as well as associate degrees. Give us a close look. You may be qualified as our next Vice President and Provost, Frisco Campus.
    Link to posting https://collin.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=11&c=collin&id=1401
    Close date Monday, August 31, 2020
    Posting Expires * Monday, August 31, 2020

    Address 3452 Spur 399
    McKinney, Texas 75069
    United States


  • Thursday, June 04, 2020 8:52 PM | Anonymous

    Job Title

    DIRECTOR Cisneros Institute for Emerging Leaders

    Agency

    Texas A&M University - San Antonio

    Department

    Student Success and Engagement

    Proposed Minimum Salary

    Commensurate

    Job Location

    San Antonio, Texas

    Job Type

    Staff

    Job Description

    ABOUT THE CISNEROS INSTITUTE FOR EMERGING LEADERSHIP
    In August 2018, the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved the establishment of
    the Henry G. Cisneros Institute for Emerging Leaders at Texas A&M-San Antonio (A&M-SA). Named in honor of the Honorable Henry G. Cisneros and in recognition of his lead gift of $1 million, the Cisneros Institute will serve as an incubator of leadership talent.

    Vision for the Institute
    Texas A&M University-San Antonio has forged a vision for an institute that will develop graduates who are skilled in taking initiative, building and cultivating effective teams, managing group dynamics, making ethical decisions, leading change in complex environments and dealing with organizational challenges. These emerging leaders will strengthen the local communities and beyond by effecting social and economic change. Students participating in programs will be well prepared to solve some of our region's most pressing problems.

    Duties Include, but not limited to:

    ·        Collaborates across campus constituencies to align existing co-curricular programming in student leadership development and to facilitate a coordinated approach for leadership development opportunities;

    ·        Approaches problems and issues challenging communities and develops problem solving and thought leadership actions through engagement, programming and impact of the Institute to address these issues, and through leadership development provide tangible solutions;

    ·        Creates strategic partnerships with local, state, and national to promote the Cisneros Institute through certificate programs, study-away, leadership academies, summits, leadership corps and/or targeted skill development;

    ·        Designs leadership-focused programs such as speaker series, academies, workshops or other activities through strategic partnerships with local, state, national and international organizations;

    ·        Communicates and articulates the role of leadership development programs effectively with diverse populations verbally and in writing;

    ·        Works with faculty or staff experts to support the development of specialty curricular and co­-curricular offerings for certificate programs in Leadership Development;

    ·        Collaborates with other departments to align and execute Leadership Awards and other recognition programs;

    ·        Provides administrative leadership including supervision of staff, administering departmental budget, overseeing fiscal operations of the department, conducting assessment, serving on committees and other duties as assigned.

    Required:

    ·        Experience with program design and implementation, facilitation, curriculum development, instructional design and delivery, experience delivering training and/or speaking in front of audiences;

    ·        Demonstrated technical expertise in the field of student leadership development and the integration with student success and retention;

    ·        Strong skills in decision making, communication, interpersonal and intercultural relation. Ability to collaborate and work effectively with individuals from different viewpoints and backgrounds in daily work activity;

    ·        Ability to monitor and assess the effectiveness of programs and recommend modifications as necessary;

    ·        Strong organizational and time management skills, and the ability to gather and analyze date, develop reports, multi-task, take initiative, prioritize, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment;

    ·        Project management skills including demonstrated skills in managing multiple projects and programs;

    ·        Proven ability to balance the strategic needs of the program with tactical day-to-day activities.

    ·        Experience and demonstrated strong written and oral communication skills, comfort with social media, mobile app communication tools, web-based and Microsoft Office applications Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.;

    ·        Must have ingenuity and creativity along with an entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to take initiative.

    Qualifications:

    ·        Ten (I 0) years of experience in a leadership role within Student Affairs, business-related or non­profit fields;

    ·        Master's degree in Leadership or related field.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    ·        Ph.D. or Ed.D. or terminal degree preferred along with ten years of administrative experience in higher education, preferably in student affairs.

    ·        Expert knowledge of student development theories, co-curricular development, learning outcomes and ability to lead assessment;


  • Thursday, June 04, 2020 8:49 PM | Anonymous
    Institution * Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
    Position * Assistant Director, Engagement Initiatives
    Description (Limit: 120 words)

    The Assistant Director for Engagement Initiatives in the Division of Student Engagement and Success will supervise the Coordinator for Prevention programs, advise the Islander Cultural Alliance (ICA), and will directly manage and lead the Inclusive Islander Network in the creation and delivery of training workshops to engage the campus community in creating an open, welcoming and inclusive campus through training, programs, and peer to peer conversations. The ICA is a student organization that facilitates cultural and diversity programming. The Prevention program includes a group of student Peer Educators who teach and model healthy behaviors for student well-being and success. This position reports to the Executive Director of Strategic Engagement Initiatives and is responsible for complete oversight of both programs .

    Link to posting https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TAMUCC_External/job/Corpus-Christi-TAMUCC/Assistant-Director--Engagement-Initiatives_R-030097-1
    Close date Friday, May 22, 2020
    Posting Expires * Saturday, June 20, 2020


    Address 6300 Ocean Drive unit 5755, Corpus Christi, TX 78412 Corpus Christi
    TX, Texas 78412
    United States


  • Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:38 AM | Anonymous

    The University of Texas Permian Basin

    Director, Wellness Center

    The University of Texas Permian Basin welcomes applications for the position of Director, Wellness Center. Reporting to the Vice President of Student Affairs and Leadership, the Wellness Center Director will manage the day-to-day operations of the Center and provide vision and leadership for the Center’s operations, to include personnel and budget management, policy formation, logistics, and planning. The Director will oversee both Counseling and Medical Services operations and will partner with other groups on and off campus offering mental health services. The Director will work closely with the Office of the Associate Dean on wellness programs and services for students, and will provide individual and group counseling, outreach and consultation, supervision and training, and crisis management services to UTPB students. The Wellness Center Director will also develop, maintain, and implement policies, procedures, and clinical delivery systems and ensure that projects, department milestones/goals are met, and adhere to approved budgets.

    General Responsibilities:
    • Direct all programs and services of counseling and medical services
    • Hire, supervise, and evaluate counseling staff
    • Negotiate and manage medical services contracts
    • Oversee the Student Health Insurance Plan
    • Supervise budget operations, including planning the budget, allocating funds to categories, and management of all accounts’ transactions and expenditures
    • Prepare annual and other reports as directed by the Vice President for Student Affairs and Leadership
    • Perform general administrative duties, such as reading and responding to written communications
    • Assume responsibility for externally funded or UT System projects
    • Supervise and monitor all assessment and evaluation activities in the Center, including comparative studies, user demographic and pattern studies, customer satisfaction assessments, and outcome studies
    • Represent the Center and the University in community programs, projects, and professional organizations. Establish and maintain mental health service agreements with local public and private health agencies
    • Provide individual and group personal counseling, psychological assessment, crisis intervention, and consultation to students. Maintain records of clinical services according to legal, professional, and ethical requirements
    • Provide mental health education workshops to students, faculty, staff, and others in the UT Permian Basin community
    • Consult with faculty, staff, and parents regarding students with adjustment and psychological problems and regarding personal and professional issues
    • Direct and monitor referral of students for psychiatric services; arrange for psychiatric consultation to assist with complex cases
    • Conduct intake interviews with students; provide individual and group counseling on a scheduled basis or through crisis intervention
    • Provide clinical supervision to practicum students; maintain up to date clinical notes on clients and supervisees; promote counseling center to University faculty, staff and students; provide outreach workshops and lectures and assists with budgetary and financial records, as needed
    • Consult with supervisors and staff and represent the counseling center serving as liaison between the center, student services and academic departments as well as committee service with Behavioral Intervention Team, Early Alert, Alcohol and Drug Prevention Committee and other committees, as assigned or required

    WORK SCHEDULE: This is a full-time, exempt position and the expected work schedule is Monday through Friday. As an exempt employee, this schedule will vary based on the number of hours needed to meet the job responsibilities. The individual holding this position will need to be available early mornings, evenings, and weekends to meet the needs of the office.

    The University offers an excellent compensation package, which includes a broad range of employee benefits and a generous retirement program (TRS). We invite you to learn more at www.utpb.edu.

    UT–Permian Basin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and underrepresented group members are encouraged to apply.

    UTPB participates in e-Verify.

    https://utpb.peopleadmin.com/postings/2577

  • Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:35 AM | Anonymous

    The University of Texas Permian Basin

    Director, Internships and Employer Relations

    The University of Texas Permian Basin welcomes applications for the position of Director, Internships and Employer Relations. The director will develop and lead a campus-wide internship program. The director will also create strategic and proactive employer engagement to develop long-term employer relationships and increase employment opportunities and professional connections for all UT Permian Basin students and alumni. Reporting to the VP of Student Affairs and Leadership, the director will ensure that projects, department milestones/goals are met, and adhere to approved budgets. The director will serve as a leader in the Division of Student Affairs and Leadership and serve on the Director’s Team.

    Starting salary range: $60,000 – $75,000, depending upon qualifications.

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Support campus partners and employers in the design, development, and implementation of internship and career experience-related programming, services, and resources
    • Identify barriers to internship and career experiences participation and develop solutions to increase student access and engagement
    • Oversee the inventory of internship and career experience-related programs, services, and resources across campus
    • Plan and implement a university-wide internship fair and other career experience- related events
    • In collaboration with Institutional Advancement, create and implement employer engagement strategies to cultivate new multi-faceted relationships with employers who offer internships and other career experiences that help prepare students for post-graduation success
    • Connect employers with university contacts to develop campus-wide recruiting, relationship, and partnership opportunities
    • Provide campus-wide leadership in the internship and career experiences spaces
    • Lead discussions on innovation and trends to help the University prepare for and change with advancements in the field
    • Create and implement employer engagement strategies to cultivate new multi-faceted relationships with employers that align with student career interests and future employment trends
    • Connect employers with university contacts to develop campus-wide recruiting, relationship, and partnership opportunities
    • Participate in local and regional employer-related associations, including the Chambers of Commerce
    • Oversee campus-wide job board and on-campus interview programs – including process, facility management, and employer hosting
    • Oversee and develop employer programming and employer related student programming
    • Develop protocols to conduct, track, and report data regarding outreach efforts and overall impact on employer outcomes; communicate this information to internal and external stakeholders regularly
    • Maintain compliance with all related federal, state, institutional, UT System, and NACE regulations, guidelines, and best practices
    • Represent the University at high-profile events, committee meetings, and work-groups; attend conferences and professional development meetings pertinent to creating recruiting connections
    • Prepare the annual operating budget and monitor monthly activity
    • Steward several endowment and gift accounts and regularly update benefactors; chair committee and mentor select grant recipients; create and monitor multiple reserve funds
    • Write and present grant proposals to obtain funds to support ongoing programs and for the development of new projects
    • Work in tandem with in-house fundraising committee to develop and implement career related plans
    • Supervise student workers directly
    • Other duties, as assigned

    WORK SCHEDULE: This is a full-time, exempt position and the expected work schedule is Monday through Friday. As an exempt employee, this schedule will vary based on the number of hours needed to meet the job responsibilities. The individual holding this position will need to be available early mornings, evenings, and weekends to meet the needs of the office. Travel to employer locations will be required.

    The University offers an excellent compensation package, which includes a broad range of employee benefits and a generous retirement program (TRS). We invite you to learn more at www.utpb.edu.

    UT–Permian Basin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and underrepresented group members are encouraged to apply.

    UTPB participates in e-Verify.

    https://utpb.peopleadmin.com/postings/2381

  • Wednesday, May 13, 2020 3:35 PM | Anonymous

    UT Health San Antonio - 

    Institutional Equity Investigator


    Job Summary:
    Lead investigator on Title VII cases for the institution. Oversees all case management requirements for the office including development and creation of state-mandated Title IX reports, tracking and follow-up on all Title IX complaints, investigations, and training; oversight and editing of all office related websites, serving as secondary investigator on all high-profile or complex Title IX cases. This position will also oversee the maintenance and completion of all Title IX, Title VII, and BIT case files in Maxient or other tracking software.

    Job Duties:
    1. Lead investigator on Title VII cases under the supervision of the Vice President for Academic, Faculty and Student Affairs.
    2. Assists Deputy Title IX Coordinators with conducting investigations as well as conducting educational programming and outreach, as needed.
    3. Oversees all Title IX and Title VII files. Ensures all files are complete according to Federal and State standards and recommends administrative closure to the Title IX Director or VP Academic, Faculty, and Student Affairs once complete.
    4. Develops and maintains required Title IX reports per SB 212 an HB 1735 with oversight from Title IX Director. Ensures that the required Title IX website is accurate and updated with supervision from the Title IX Director.
    5. Oversight, editing, and creation of new content for all office websites and resources as needed. Assists Title IX Director with tracking training for faculty, staff, students, and learners.
    6. Works with Legal Affairs to prepare for open records requests and provides data needed to address legal inquiries.
    7. Serves a member of the core and campus-wide Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) and fills in on Threat Assessment Team in absence of supervisor. Must maintain student behavior intervention certification.
    8. Responsible for timely follow-ups with complainants, respondents, reporters and witnesses in Title IX and Title VII cases.
    9. Performs all other duties as assigned.
    Education:
    Bachelor's degree is required.

    Experience:
    Three (3) years of experience within human resource, compliance, social work, student personnel, or counseling in higher education is required

    Preferred:
    Master's degree is preferred.


    https://uthscsa.referrals.selectminds.com/via/JohnK-1bygQ/jobs/institutional-equity-investigator-3046?fbclid=IwAR0GqocS6-pKwipQf2Bik4Z2xKHYTUPxWLtFZ8QrBvEYg5Mk0u_DjllvBRU


  • Wednesday, May 13, 2020 3:33 PM | Anonymous

    UT Health San Antonio - Deputy Title IX Coordinator & Investigator


    Job Summary:


    In support of the University mission, responsible for conducting Title IX and Title VII investigations under the supervision of the Chief Student Affairs Officer & Title IX Director and/or the Vice President of Academic, Faculty, and Student Affairs and in consultation with the Compliance Office and/or Human Resources as needed. Primary responsibilities for this position include Title IX and Title VII investigations, Title IX and Title VII educational training and programming, and related marketing and awareness campaigns such the UT Health San Antonio Bystander Intervention program.

    Job Duties:
    1. Conducts Title IX and Title VII investigations for employees in accordance with the Office of Civil Rights for both the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education, and UT System Office of General Counsel guidance and best practices. Works closely with Title IX Director, VP, Academic, Faculty, and Student Affairs, and UT Health San Antonio Legal Affairs, Compliance, and Human Resources. Position will also assist with student, faculty, resident, fellow, post-doc, and other trainee Title IX and Title VII investigations as needed. May fill in for Title IX Director when the Director off campus or unavailable.
    2. Oversees the EverFi training for faculty-staff and creates content when required. Assists Human Resources and Compliance with the administration and tracking of campus-wide Title IX and Title VII training for faculty and staff under supervision of Title IX Director, and in partnership with the Institutional Equity Office, and/or the VP, Academic, Faculty, and Student Affairs.
    3. Assists with planning, implementing, and managing logistics for campus-wide Title IX and Title VII training, education, and bystander intervention efforts with schools and Office of Student Life.
    4. Assist with Title IX website content maintenance and updates as needed.
    5. Serves a member of the core and campus-wide Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) and fills in on Threat Assessment Team in absence of supervisor. Must maintain student behavior intervention certification.
    6. Performs other duties as assigned.
    Education:
    Bachelor’s degree is required.

    Experience:
    Three (3) years of demonstrated human resource, compliance, student personnel, or counseling experience in higher education is required.

    Preferred:
    Master’s degree and 3-5 years of demonstrated experience with Title IX, Title VII, and/or student conduct related oversight and investigations is preferred.

    https://uthscsa.referrals.selectminds.com/via/JohnK-1bygQ/jobs/deputy-title-ix-coordinator-investigator-3045?fbclid=IwAR3JL-AmFIEpiY4HRBmwcVlQDo0_er5V2oocm1lS3UWXVw6UDoUyK7kkJec

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