Senior Director, AA/EEO/Title IX Coordinator
The Sr. Director of the AA/EOO is responsible for leading the University's efforts to comply with federal and state laws, regulations and agency guidance as they relate to civil rights. The Sr. Director also holds the positions of Title IX Coordinator and ADA/Section 504 Coordinator. The Sr. Director is responsible for overseeing, developing and directing programs, policies and procedures to ensure the University's compliance with equal employment opportunity, non-discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct requirements. This includes overseeing University compliance and operations pertaining to Title IX, Title VI and Title VII. The position is responsible for the oversight of investigations, reporting, and educational and prevention programs as well as training and communication relating to the areas listed.
The Sr. Director, AA/EOO leads the AA/EEO Office which includes supervision, budget planning and case management. Duties/Responsibilities:
- Leads the University's efforts to comply with federal and local laws, regulations, agency guidance, and University System of Georgia policies related to civil rights, including Title IX, Title VI, and Title VII.
- Oversees all aspects of related investigations, including the prompt, effective and equitable intake, investigation, processing, and resolution of all instances of harassment, discrimination, and sexual violence. Serves as the University's Title IX Coordinator, providing supervision of all Title IX investigations and educational efforts.
- Oversees the development and implementation of education and communications programs to educate the campus community regarding equity and Title IX, VI and VII requirements, procedures, resources and related compliance programs. Works collaboratively with University leadership and campus partners to develop strategies and programming to mitigate and prevent bias, discrimination, harassment, sexual violence, retaliation, aligning institutional practices with legal and policy requirements.
- Develops and maintains campus-wide non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies and procedures governing the reporting, investigation and adjudication of complaints, and the effective oversight of the investigation process and implementation of remedies.
- Develops and maintains the University’s Affirmative Action Plan, coordinating with the Division of Human Resources and the Office of Faculty Affairs to ensure employment practices operate in a nondiscriminatory manner and that applicable procedures are followed.
Legal degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school and a member in good standing of the State Bar of Georgia or eligible within for admission within one year of hire and six years of experience in employment law or higher education equal opportunity work, including investigations and preparation of investigative reports.
05/14/21, 11:59:00 PM
College/Business Unit: Provost & VP Academic Affairs
Location: Atlanta Campus
Job Posting: 04/29/21, 4:18:23 PM