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Job Summary

The University of Michigan, a world leader in the field of diversity, seeks a creative, innovative, and thoughtful person to join its Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX office (ECRT.)  This position is critical to support the Title IX Coordinator and the university’s commitment to address sexual and gender-based misconduct involving faculty, staff, students, patients and third parties at Michigan Medicine.  The Title IX Coordinator serves as the lead for decisions regarding appropriate resolution options/complaint response, formal complaints, high level or complicated case questions/issues, timeliness of complaint response, increasing visibility and awareness of Title IX Coordinator, policy revision and implementation, oversight of training, website, and template materials related to sexual and gender-based misconduct. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator at Michigan Medicine will support and assist the Title IX Coordinator in carrying out these and other significant requirements and responsibilities under federal regulations and in implementing the University’s interim umbrella policy on sexual and gender-based misconduct.The University of Michigan, a world leader in the field of diversity, seeks a creative, innovative, and thoughtful person to join its Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX office (ECRT.)  This position is critical to support the Title IX Coordinator and the university’s commitment to address sexual and gender-based misconduct involving faculty, staff, students, patients and third parties at Michigan Medicine.  The Title IX Coordinator serves as the lead for decisions regarding appropriate resolution options/complaint response, formal complaints, high level or complicated case questions/issues, timeliness of complaint response, increasing visibility and awareness of Title IX Coordinator, policy revision and implementation, oversight of training, website, and template materials related to sexual and gender-based misconduct. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator at Michigan Medicine will support and assist the Title IX Coordinator in carrying out these and other significant requirements and responsibilities under federal regulations and in implementing the University’s interim umbrella policy on sexual and gender-based misconduct.

Responsibilities*

This role will support the Title IX Coordinator in the following ways on matters involving Michigan Medicine:

  • Assist during the intake of new matters to determine whether the report meets the elements of Title IX misconduct or falls within sexual and gender-based misconduct.
  • Collaborate and communicate with partners at Michigan Medicine.
  • Serve as the primary liaison between the ECRT office and Michigan Medicine stakeholders.
  • Provide guidance to the Michigan Medicine campus community on reporting obligations and other aspects of the umbrella policy.
  • Provide guidance to investigators during an investigation.
  • Review investigative reports prior to their release.
  • Provide and/or partner on education and training throughout the campus.
  • Assist with ECRT’s reporting responsibilities under state and federal laws and University policy.
  • Assist with other ECRT matters, as needed.
  • Be available during non-traditional work hours, on occasion.

Required Qualifications*

The preferred candidate must be able to demonstrate the following required competencies:

  • Minimum 2 years experience in matters involving sexual misconduct and/or Title IX.
  • Experience working on discrimination/harassment matters involving a medical or hospital setting.
  • High productivity in an environment that has high expectations.
  • Knowledge of and ability to apply relevant federal and state laws, regulations, case law, and guidance.
  • Ability to provide support in the implementation of UM policies and procedures related to civil rights compliance and specifically sex discrimination and other sexual/gender-based misconduct.
  • Ability to provide consulting, educational programming, and to identify resources to promote a welcoming, supportive, inclusive environment free from discrimination and harassment.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate effectively in a manner consistent with the university’s mission and culture.
  • Ability to work outside of regular business hours on occasion, if needed.  This may include: email or other communications, etc. on weekends or evenings.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher education level.

Desired Qualifications*

  • A J.D., similar degree, or equivalent experience is preferred.

U-M EEO/AA Statement

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

 

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