Job Title: Assistant Dean & Deputy Title IX Coordinator Salary/Grade:
$70,000 - $80,000
Hours Per Week:
The Assistant Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator is a critical role within the Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS). This role is an opportunity to care, support, and advocate for students involved in Title IX (TIX) related incidents. In addition to Title IX student response, the Assistant Dean is responsible for training, education, partnership development, and leading departmental assessment efforts. This dynamic position offers flexibility, meaningful work, and a competitive salary in a student-centered and supportive team environment.
• Serve as the primary responder for student reports of sexual misconduct (including sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking) in the Miami University community, and maintain appropriate related records through the Maxient platform.
• Serve as the point of contact for students in regard to information related to Miami’s sexual misconduct policies and procedures.
• Provide students with a supportive and caring approach to case management by regularly meeting with students, offering guidance for reporting options, and coordinating supportive measures.
• Serve as a liaison to the university’s Title IX Coordinator.
• In collaboration with Student Wellness, provide leadership for and assist in ongoing strategic planning and the associated creation and dissemination (at times through on-site training) of TIX education, prevention, and response efforts for Miami faculty, staff, and students.
• Develop and implement TIX presentations and training sessions across campus.
• Remain current on compliance requirements and best practices related to Title IX, Clery, Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (Campus SaVE) Act, VAWA, and other statewide and national laws/initiatives related to all areas of responsibilities.
• Maintain external continuing education as required by Title IX compliance and best practices in the TIX landscape.
• Oversee assessment efforts for the Office of the Dean of Students by serving on the Student Life Assessment Committee, coordinating the development of the ODOS annual report, and (in partnership with the Dean of Students) developing and tracking departmental strategic goals.
• Assist with the university’s crisis and emergency response efforts as a representative of the ODOS.
• Other assigned duties include (and are not limited to) responding to emails, phone calls, and other unexpected and unassigned internal and external requests for information, explanations, etc.
• Earned Master’s degree or enrolled in a Master’s degree program in student affairs, higher education, counseling, social work, or another appropriate field of graduate study with an anticipated graduation date within 18 months of the start date.
• Minimum of 2 years of full-time professional experience in higher education or in work related to sexual and interpersonal violence.
• Prior experience working in Title IX or another compliance-related program.
• Case management experience utilizing Maxient software.
• Eagerness to work collaboratively and effectively with a wide range of stakeholders (including students, faculty, staff, community/government agencies, etc.).
• Experience developing and delivering training outreach for various audiences, including students, staff, and faculty.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• An understanding of and commitment to diversity as well as the ability to work with diverse individuals and groups.
• The ability to respond to TIX issues when they arise, including outside of regular business hours.
Miami University is committed to creating an inclusive and effective teaching, learning, research, and working environment for all.
For more information on Miami University’s diversity initiatives, please visit the Office of Institutional Diversity & Inclusion webpage. For more information on Miami University’s mission and core values, please visit the Mission and Core Values webpage.
EO/AA Statement/Clery Act:
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