Juris doctorate from an American Bar Association accredited law school.
Member of Maryland bar in good standing, or member of other state bar eligible for admission to Maryland bar.
A minimum of five (5) years of substantial and progressively responsible experience as a practicing attorney working at a higher education institution, federal, state or local government agency, or similar experience at a law firm, and demonstrated experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Provide legal advice and counsel on full range of human resources matters, including hiring, disability and leave, discipline and termination, investigations, wage and hour, and workers compensation.
Provide legal advice and counsel on various federal, state and local laws to ensure regulatory compliance.
Provide legal advice and counsel related to all student affairs matters, including athletics, behavioral intervention/crisis teams, FERPA, financial aid, student conduct and discipline, and Title IX.
Provide legal advice and counsel related to the Maryland Open Meetings Act and its application to the College's Board of Trustees and associated public meetings.
Represent the College in administrative matters before external regulatory agencies such as Maryland Commission on Civil Right, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights, and the Maryland Commission on Higher Education, Maryland Commission on Civil Rights, among others.
Assist and communicate with outside counsel and the Baltimore County Office of Law in employment, tort or other litigation, or directly represent the College in such litigation.
Serves as coordinator on public information request, subpoenas and records retention requirements.
Assist with development and implementation of College policies, procedures and guidelines.
Perform research, draft correspondence, memoranda, templates, releases, and other documents, including employment and settlement agreements.
Engage effectively with colleagues in the Office of the General Counsel, other College units/departments and opposing counsel; assist and manage outside legal counsel when appropriate.
Review and maintain currency with laws and regulations impacting the College; provide training or informational materials as necessary.
Essential Job Duties are intended to be examples of duties and are not intended to be all inclusive. There will be other duties as assigned.
CCBC is the college of choice for over 70,000 students and 200 businesses each year — all with unique goals, strengths and requirements. By offering a holistic learning environment that is both accepting and challenging, we meet students where they are and take them where they want to go. CCBC is committed to ensuring equal opportunity and nondiscrimination in all hiring and employment practices. We are committed to equal treatment for all applicants and employees and will not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation or any other basis protected by law. CCBC’s benefits include medical, dental, vision, disability insurance, ample paid time off, choice of one of two Maryland State Retirement Plans (contributory and noncontributory), and much more.