Campus Conduct Investigator
Reporting to the Chief of Staff in the Office of the President, The Campus Conduct Investigator (CCI) will have primary responsibility for all Title IX and student conduct violation investigations, and will be an integral member of the campus Clery Committee, as well as the campus Wellness Committee. The CCI will augment campus learning through targeted training programming related to civility, wellness, safety, conflict management and resolution, policy and practice awareness, and ethical decision-making.
Duties and Responsibilities
- The CCI will have a close working relationship with, and receive assignments and direction from the University System of Georgia (USG) Title IX and Legal Affairs staff, as well as receiving investigation assignments from the FVSU Title IX Coordinator and Judicial Officer.
- Primarily investigates student and employee misconduct cases related to allegations of Title IX, VAWA, and EEO, and, as assigned, other student code of conduct and employee misconduct concerns.
- Testifies, as required, at disciplinary and fact-finding hearings.
- Develops and promotes appropriate policies and practices related to civility, wellness, safety, conflict resolution, and ethical decision-making
- Creates and delivers institutional training and educational programs to community members to help minimize future community discord through effective/preventative training platforms, and that serve to increase the civility, safety, health and wellness of the campus community
- Serves as a key member of the Clery Committee and, in partnership with campus safety, ensures we meet the reporting and emergency notification mandates of the Act
- Participates on relevant committees, task forces, and projects
- Performs other responsibilities and related duties as assigned
- Knowledge of student conduct, Title IX, VAWA, FERPA, ADA, the various equal employment related laws such as Title XI and Title XII, and student and employee grievance processes
- Conflict resolution and mediation training is preferred
- Must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with diverse constituents, including parents, faculty, and staff
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills; excellent computer skills in a Windows/Microsoft Office environment
- Full-time professional experience working in judicial affairs, residence life, legal, compliance, human resources, or related experience preferred
- Bachelor's degree required; Juris Doctor degree preferred
- Occasional travel may be required to attend conferences, trainings, and/or meetings
- Occasional evening/night/weekend work may be required
- Climate controlled environment
- Stand or walk for an extended period of time
- Lift or carry up to 25 pounds
- Bend, squat, kneel, reach overhead, and lift overhead
- Operate normal business machines (computer, copier, fax, phone, etc.)
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