Chief Officer for Institutional Diversity and Equity

Absecon, Atlantic County / Galloway, Atlantic County / Smithville, Atlantic County
Mar 27, 2014
Role and Responsibilities The Chief Officer for Institutional Diversity and Equity will report to the President and has responsibilities for, but not be limited to the following: • Coordinate the College’s Affirmative Action Program, including monitoring all searches; placement of all advertisements for unclassified positions. • Serve as Title IX and ADA Coordinator • Investigate complaints of violations of civil rights and make recommendations to the President. • Review and update the Affirmative Action Plan of the College and ensure compliance with Federal and State regulations under Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity and Section 504 • Serve as chair or co-chair of the College Committee for Diversity, Equity and Affirmative Action. • Coordinate and participate in the development and implementation of a comprehensive diversity and inclusion plan for the institution. • Serve as the College’s Ethics Liaison Officer (ELO) to the State of NJ. Ensure that the College’s Code of Ethics is in compliance with the New Jersey Conflict of Interest Statutes and inform, advice, and counsel all College employees and its governing board as to the requirements of the Code of Ethics, and of changes in the Conflict of Interest Law and Regulations. • Review, on behalf of the President, outside employment requests and create internal procedures for the approval process. • Investigate verbal or written complaints of a possible conflict of interest and prepare a report and recommendation to the President. • Develop and deliver training programs on Code of Ethics and Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment or Hostile Environments, and other programs and modules to meet institution’s needs. • Act as liaison between the College and governmental agencies for ethics and AA/EEO. • Investigate complaints, other than those covered by the Code of Ethics or the Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment or Hostile Environments, at the request of the President. • Develop education and learning platforms to increase diversity and inclusion awareness. • Develop a diversity and inclusion communications strategy that will keep institutional stakeholders informed about diversity programs and policies. • Supervise staff within the College’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion. • Perform other duties as assigned by the President. For additional requirements/information visit us at: Keyword Search: Human Resources Employment Openings Reference: AA196