Title IX Coordinator
Main Campus - Baytown, TX
Provost/Academic & Student Affairs
Starting Salary Range is $54,101 -$62,211. The initial salary offer
is commensurate with education and related work experience.
The Title IX Coordinator works closely with Student Affairs, Human
Resources, Academic Affairs, Athletics, and legal counsel to
oversee the College's compliance efforts concerning Title IX of the
Education Amendments of 1972, as well as other laws and rules
relating to sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual assault
and related policy violations on campus (e.g., Violence Against
Women's Act - VAWA, Clery Act, Campus SaVe, Title VI, Title
The Title IX Coordinator fosters a safe and supportive environment
conducive to a respectful academic, working, and living
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Ensure compliance with federal, state and College regulatory
and governing standards, including but not limited to laws,
regulations, policies and procedures, directives, etc. (i.e., Title
IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Violence Against Women
Act (VAWA), Clery Act, Campus SaVe, Title Vi, Title VII,
Develop, facilitate, monitor, oversee and assess compliance
Education / Training
Develop, implement, coordinate and assess campus-wide programs,
initiatives and training designed to educate and support students
and employees on sexual misconduct prevention as required by state
and federal regulation. This may include, but is not limited to,
information pertaining to student and employee rights and reporting
responsibilities, support services, College policy, applicable
disciplinary actions, grievance procedures, confidential resources,
Collaborate with offices across the College to provide
educational information, resources and activities/events related to
Title IX awareness and prevention programs (e.g., Student Affairs -
new student orientation, HR - new hire training, Instruction,
Athletics, Basic Needs, etc.).
Work with various constituent groups on and off campus to
provide prevention activities and foster community partners for
Coordinate training for the College's Title IX Team. Ensure
investigators, adjudicators and those involved with processing
Title IX complaints are adequately trained in compliance with Title
State & Federal Reporting (Including Clery)
Create reports and related summaries for Title IX and related
areas (e.g., THECB, Clery Act, etc.).
Investigation / Case Management
Oversee, coordinate and ensure investigations of reports and
complaints of sexual misconduct are adequate, reliable, timely,
confidential and impartial.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Review initial complaints/reports of sexual misconduct
Meet with parties to provide information on the process, answer
questions, share available resources
If applicable, assign tasks and supervise those responsible for
direct work in investigations.
Lead the Title IX case management; develop a “case management
plan” for each report
Coordinate the College's efforts related to interim safety
accommodations for participants
Assist investigators with creation of summary reports. Per
policy, disseminate findings with the appropriate participants and
Follow up with parties regarding implementation of
recommendations or sanctions
If an investigation is not applicable, refer participants to
Manage day-to-day responsibilities associated with College's
Title IX compliance obligations.
Act as Chair of the Title IX Team.
Identify and develop responses to patterns or systems that
affect campus climate related to sexual misconduct. Consider
problems related to complaints and determine whether campus-wide
resources should be adopted in response, including review and
revision of the College's sexual misconduct policies, increased
monitoring, supervision or security at locations where sexual
misconduct is reported to occur, and increased education and
prevention efforts to targeted populations.
Collaborate with leadership and campus constituencies to
disseminate information, redesign processes, and support the
College's investigative processes; collaborate and coordinate with
the Title IX Team and across the institution to support the
College's overlapping compliance needs and responsibilities. This
includes maintaining information on the website, handbooks, the
College Catalog and other resources available to the campus
Build and support community partnerships to provide services
and education to the campus community.
Serve as Campus Security Authority as outlined by the Clery
Notify the Security Department of reported Clery Act crimes or
those that may be subject to Clery Act required emergency
Maintain record keeping; understand data management processes,
ensure appropriate data is collected and retain records according
to retention guidelines.
Coordinate the development, administration and processing of
the climate assessment and implementation of actions devised after
analysis of the survey results.
Ensure information related to sexual misconduct is up-to-date,
accurate and that the information is consistent across the various
distribution methods (e.g., College website, brochures, flyers,
catalog, handbook, etc.).
Oversee and manage the Title IX website for the College.
Manage cases in Maxient.
Serve as the internal consultant and subject matter expert on
Title IX and related topics.
Prepare and manage department budget.
Manage sensitive and confidential information and
Additional Duties & Responsibilities
Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills &
Education - Bachelor's (or higher) degree
Professional Experience - One (1) year of experience related to
the duties and responsibilities specified above.
Subject Matter Expertise - Knowledge of federal, state, and
institutional policies and practices specific to Title IX and
sexual misconduct. Knowledge of current and emerging legislation,
issues, and trends appropriate to the position.
Programming - Experience in creation and delivery of
programming to a diverse audience.
Leadership - Skill in examining and re-engineering operations
and procedures, formulating policy, and developing and implementing
new strategies and procedures.
Project Management - Experience overseeing projects. Skill in
organizing resources and establishing priorities.
Communication - Experience with oral communication including
presentations to varied audiences (e.g., briefings to small
businesses, student orientations, or employee training sessions) in
multiple media (e.g., PowerPoint). Experience with written
communication including technical materials (e.g., summary reports,
notifications) and materials for public audiences (e.g., brochures,
Listening - Exceptional listening skills are required. Ability
to provide effective and appropriate advice to all levels within
the college community. Operate calmly and effectively under
stressful conditions and possess conflict resolution and/or
Complex Task Management - Experience managing simultaneous and
time-sensitive tasks that may have high criticality of error.
Teamwork - Experience with committees and teams to achieve
tasks and projects. Ability to foster a cooperative work
Technology - Skill in the use of personal computers and related
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- Master's (or higher) degree
- Trauma Sensitivity - Trauma-informed training