Applications will be received until the position is filled. (Chamorro Standard Time/UTC+10).
(Note to applicants in the mainland United States: Please be advised that Guam is a day ahead of the mainland United States.)
The University of Guam seeks an executive who is interested in new challenges and opportunities for professional and personal growth and who is interested in working in a dynamic, multi-cultural institution of higher education in the Pacific.
The Director, EEO and Title IX Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator, under the general direction of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), is responsible for managing the development, implementation, and coordination of, but not limited to, the following programs: Equal Employment Opportunity, Non-discrimination/non-harassment compliance, Title IX, and Disability accommodations for employees.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primary duties and responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to the following:
- Serve as the University’s EEO, Title IX Officer and ADA Coordinator;
- Monitor and advocate for the University’s commitment to equal opportunity and affirmative action and compliance with federal and territorial laws guidelines and policies;
- Develop and update University policies, rules, regulations, and procedures in the areas of EEO, Title IX, and ADA;
- Manage the investigation process and/or informally resolve complaints in the areas of EEO, Title IX, and ADA for the University;
- Keep management abreast of current EEO, Title IX, and ADA requirements and other programs developments;
- Coordinate University programs and responsibilities to assure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act, Sec. 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other federal and territorial laws and regulations pertaining to persons with disabilities;
- Develop, promote, and conduct activities, programs and workshops on or off campus to educate students and employees on equal opportunity, Title IX, and ADA policies as well as issues related to diversity;
- Supervise EEO Counselors and administrative support personnel and organize regular Counselor meetings and training;
- Prepare and update Affirmative Action Plan, and monitor compliance and progress toward goals;
- Maintain statistical and other EEO, Title IX, and ADA records and prepare reports; and
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in business/public administration or related field from a U.S. accredited college/university or foreign equivalent plus four (4) years of experience in planning, developing, coordinating and implementing programs, activities in EEO Title IX, ADA, and Affirmative Action Programs; and the ability to communicate and work effectively with the public, students, employees, and government officials.
Preferred: Professional work experience in the legal and other investigatory processes, federal equal opportunity law and disability compliance, and knowledge and experience involving compliance, responsibilities in academic institutions, to include a demonstrated understanding of relevant laws and regulations; and any certification or licensure in counseling, social work, psychology, or related areas.
Applicants for University of Guam administrator positions must complete an online job application through the UOG online employment portal at https://uog.peopleadmin.com. Please have the following documents prepared and ready to upload with your application:
(1) Letter of application that describes candidate’s qualifications
(2) Curriculum vitae
(3) Copies of all graduate and undergraduate transcripts
Special Instructions for References: Three (3) current letters of recommendation from persons knowledgeable about your academic and professional performance must be provided by providing a list of at least three (3) references to be contacted on the References section of the online application. Enter each reference by clicking on the “Add References Entry” button. Provide the name, title, email address, mailing address, and telephone number of each reference. A system automated email will be sent to each reference’s email address with a link to attach their reference letter to your application.
Selected candidate must provide official transcripts prior to hire date. For further information, please contact Mr. Joseph B. Gumataotao, Search Committee Chair, [email protected] or the Human Resources Office at [email protected], telephone number, (671) 735-2350 or fax number at (671) 734-6005.
Police and Court Clearance: Pursuant to Public Law No. 28-24 and Executive Order 2005-34, applicants selected for a position are required to provide original police and court (Superior Court of Guam) clearances of no more than three (3) months old prior to commencement of employment. Off-island applicants must obtain clearances from their place of residence. Applicants are responsible for fees associated with obtaining the clearances.
Submission of completed job applications authorizes the University of Guam to seek and obtain information regarding the applicant’s suitability for employment. All factors which are job related may be investigated (i.e., previous employment, educational credentials, and criminal records). All information obtained may be used to determine the applicant’s eligibility for employment in accordance with equal employment opportunity guidelines. In addition, the applicant releases previous employers and job related sources from legal liability for the information provided.
Should an applicant be convicted of any crimes other than a minor traffic violation, all applicable information must be provided in the form of a police clearance report and court clearance report. Failure to admit any felony convictions may result in immediate disqualification or disciplinary action.
Section 25103, Chapter 25, Title 10 of the Guam Code Annotated requires college or university employees to undergo a physical examination, to include a test for tuberculosis (skin or x-ray), prior to employment and at least annually thereafter. A report of such examination must be conducted by a licensed physician within a state or territory of the United States and must be submitted upon request.
Federal law requires presentation of eligibility to work in the United States within seventy-two (72) hours of reporting for employment. Specifically, 8 USC 1324A requires the employer to verify the identity and eligibility to work in the United States of all newly hired employees. The University of Guam is required to comply with this law on a non-discriminatory basis. If you are hired to fill a position with the University of Guam, you will be required to present valid documents to comply with this law.
The University of Guam is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
The University of Guam complies with Public Law 24-109 in reference to the provisions and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Assistance in EEO/ADA matters and inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations may be referred to the University’s Director, EEO and Title IX/ADA Coordinator, located at the EEO/ADA and Title IX Office, Dorm II, Iya Hami Hall, Room 104, Telephone No. (671) 735-2244; TTY (671) 735-2243; or to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR).