1. Under the direction of the University Title IX Coordinator, develop and implement appropriate policies, procedures, trainings, and complaint response resources that are consistent with Title IX and University policies. 2. Serve as a strategic partner to the senior leadership of Yale College to ensure compliance with Title IX and related University policies. 3. Participate in workshops and trainings to help prevent sexual misconduct and create a positive, safe, and equitable campus climate for the Yale College community. 4. Receive and respond to inquiries from or needs identified by faculty, staff, students, and other members of the University community regarding rights and responsibilities under Title IX and related University policies. 5. Provide information to faculty, staff, students, and other members of the University community about options available for pursuing complaints alleging a violation of Title IX and related University policies. 6. Receive, seek resolutions to and, where appropriate, investigate complaints from faculty, staff, students, and other members of the University community alleging a violation of Title IX and related University policies. 7. Provide to the University's Title IX Coordinator, on a timely basis, a summary of the complaints and inquiries received by the Deputy, as well as actions taken to resolve/investigate the complaints. 8. Coordinate and collaborate with the other Title IX Coordinators on matters related to Title IX including, as needed, complaint response/investigation, training/education, and program development. 9. Coordinate and collaborate with the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education Center (SHARE), the Yale Police, the University-wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct, and the Office of the General Counsel. 10. Actively participate in regular meetings and training activities of the Title IX Coordinator team, to develop relevant skills and maintain knowledge on Title IX matters 11. May perform other duties as assigned.
Preferred Education: Master's degree in student affairs or a related field (e.g., counseling, higher education administration, social work, sociology) is strongly preferred.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Master's degree in student affairs or a related field (e.g., counseling, higher education administration, social work, sociology) is strongly preferred.
Required Skill/ability 5: Strong organizational, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, as well as, strong critical thinking, analytical, research and problem-solving skills.
Posting Position Title: Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Yale College
Required Skill/ability 3: Demonstrated ability to oversee and manage a caseload of Title-IX related incidents and complaints in a manner that ensures the prompt, effective, and equitable conclusion of such complaints.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Yale College
Required Skill/ability 1: Working knowledge of relevant state and federal laws including Title IX, Clery, VAWA, and Campus SaVE, as well as trends and initiatives both national and local. Experience with designing and facilitating programming and training for students in a higher education environment.
Required Skill/ability 4: Ability to build trust and work collaboratively with a community of students, faculty, staff, administrators and community partners.
Required Skill/ability 2: Demonstrated talent for listening as well as experience facilitating difficult conversations on sensitive topics such as sexual misconduct and sexual violence, with a high degree of discretion and the ability to maintain confidentiality and professional relationships in dealing with sensitive and complex civil rights and legal issues.
Bachelor's degree in relevant field. Minimum 3-5 years relevant professional experience.
Yale University is an American private Ivy League research university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, the university is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.