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Deputy Title IX Coordinator / Investigative Analyst

Employer
San Diego Community College District
Location
San Diego
Salary
Range 10 ($5,513.71- $9,205.36) per month based on the current Supervisory and Professional Employees Association - Salary Schedule AInitial salary placement is commensurate with related experience and promotional rules. The District offers a comprehensiv

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Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Community College

Job Details



Deputy Title IX Coordinator / Investigative Analyst

San Diego Community College District


Closing Date: 10/9/2023

Position Number: 00120301

Location: District

Position Type: Classified

The Position:
Applications are currently being accepted for Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Investigative Analyst in the People, Culture, & Tech Services Department located at the District Office. Hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Selected candidate must be willing to adjust work days/hours based on the department's needs.

Please note that an employee may be transferred to any site at the option of the Chancellor.

Major Responsibilities:


Qualifications:


Desired Qualifications:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the appropriate sections of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and guidelines, including but not limited to: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII, California Code of Regulations Title 5, the Clery Act (and the Campus Save Act), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and VAWA.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the principals and practices of trauma-informed investigations.
  • Working knowledge of theories, principles, practices, and procedures associated with student affairs.
  • Experience with case management software (i.e. Maxient) to keep accurate records of complaints/investigations and provide ongoing updates, timelines, and oral and written reports to senior administrators and stakeholders as deemed appropriate..
  • Knowledge of conflict resolution and mediation strategies to provide impartial consultation and problem solving in response to complaints and inquiries received from members of the campus community, including faculty, staff, students for issues related to Title IX that do not rise to the level of consideration under the District’s Prohibition of Sexual Harassment Under Title IX policy.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, writing and speaking skills, and the ability to communicate effectively.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently in a time-sensitive environment..
  • Demonstrated ability to work with individuals from a variety of backgrounds, including victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or other types of trauma.
  • Demonstrated ability to oversee and manage caseload in a manner that ensures the prompt, effective, and equitable conclusion of such matters.
  • Keyboarding proficiency is required.
  • Computer application skills (word processing, spreadsheet, file management, web page development and maintenance) are required.
  • Multi-tasking abilities and the ability to meet deadlines while remaining focused and composed are required.
  • The ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds is required.


Licenses:


Pay Information:
Range 10 ($5,513.71- $9,205.36) per month based on the current Supervisory and Professional Employees’ Association – Salary Schedule A

Initial salary placement is commensurate with related experience and promotional rules. The District offers a comprehensive fringe benefit package including employer paid: medical, dental, and vision plans; sick and vacation leave; and opportunities for professional development. Initial Salary Placement, Promoted or transferred employees will be placed as specified in the SPAA – Supervisory & Professional Administrators Association Handbook. This position is FLSA Exempt and may not accrue overtime. A temporary probationary period will be applied to the employee entering this assignment. The SDCCD Employment Web Page provides a link to employee collective bargaining agreements and handbooks, and more information about terms and conditions of employment to include salary and benefits.

To apply, visit: https://www.sdccdjobs.com

All applicants must have demonstrated cultural competency and sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff.







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Organization

The San Diego Community College District serves 130,000 students annually through three two-year colleges and six Continuing Education campuses. The three colleges, San Diego City, Mesa, and Miramar colleges, offer associate degrees and certificates in occupational programs that prepare students for entry-level jobs, and arts and sciences programs that transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Continuing Education offers adults the opportunity to renew their learning experiences through noncredit vocational, basic skills, life skills and enrichment classes at sites throughout the city. The District also provides education to over 42,000 service personnel at military bases in 15 states. 

The Continuing Education campuses offer adults the opportunity to renew their learning experiences through noncredit vocational, basic skills, life skills, and enrichment classes at sites throughout the city. A number of special programs are unique to the city, including KSDS-FM all-jazz radio, the Center for Competitive and Applied Technologies, and the Workplace Learning Resource Center.

The San Diego Community College District is governed by its five-member, locally elected Board of Trustees and three student members serving on a rotating basis. Shared governance activities involve faculty, students, and staff in the development of solutions to key policy and budget issues. The five trustees are elected in even-numbered years to four-year terms by the voters of San Diego. The Chancellor, the District's chief executive officer, is responsible for carrying out the policies approved by the Board of Trustees. 

The District is in the midst of $1.555 billion in new construction and renovations at the three colleges and Continuing Education campuses throughout the city.

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