Earlham College is a Top 100 National Liberal Arts College located
in Richmond, IN, a small city that's just a short drive away from
several major metropolitan areas including Dayton, Cincinnati,
Indianapolis and Chicago.
Richmond and Earlham have a symbiotic relationship. Through
research, studies, internships and volunteering, Earlhamites offer
Richmond expertise and service as Richmond offers our students the
chance to gain valuable, real-world experience. Our community
assumes no religious affiliation but follows Quaker principles and
practices, which include respect for persons, integrity, a
commitment to peace and justice, simplicity, and consensus-based
community decision-making. Earlham is committed to and proud of
being a diverse and inclusive place most clearly visible in our
student body: 20% of our student body are international, coming
from 60+ nations in 2022, and 24% are domestic students of color.
Faculty and staff also bring tremendous diversity to the College;
many have lived and worked outside the United States, and they make
a point of drawing on those experiences in their interactions with
students. Additionally, Earlham makes it a priority to serve as a
safe and welcoming place for LGBTQ+ communities and has a four-star
rating on the Campus Pride Index. Our community is characterized by
respect for every person and a commitment to social justice. Equity
and inclusion are central to Earlham's institutional priorities and
our leadership is committed to widening the path to an Earlham
Earlham College is seeking a Title IX Coordinator to join our
The Title IX Coordinator will provide coordination and oversight of
the College's Title IX activities and will play a key role in
Earlham College's efforts to maintain a safe and equitable campus
climate. This individual will work collaboratively with
administrators throughout the institution to ensure Earlham’s full
compliance with federal and state laws on gender-based
discrimination, sexual misconduct and civil rights violations,
including the Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the
Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA), the Clery Act, and Title VII
of the Civil Rights Act. The Title IX Coordinator will consult
regularly with campus stakeholders to promote campus-wide awareness
of Sexual Misconduct. This individual will also assure that
compliance related requirements, across the college, are met.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Coordinates and facilitates the institution's compliance to
Title IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
- Develops and implements educational programs regarding
discrimination and sexual harassment prevention, ensuring faculty,
staff and students understand their rights and, where applicable,
responsibilities under the law.
- Oversees and coordinates investigations, responses and
resolutions to complaints, to include selection, training, and
supervision of investigators.
- Oversees and coordinates educational programs for employees and
students on institutional nondiscrimination and anti-harassment
policies, including Title IX, to student and employee rights and,
where applicable, obligations under applicable state and federal
- Oversees, coordinates and ensures investigations of reports and
complaints of sexual misconduct are adequate, reliable, timely,
confidential and impartial; reviews proposed sanctions for sexual
misconduct before they are imposed to ensure that they are
reasonably calculated to stop the sexual misconduct and prevent its
- Identifies systemic problems relating to complaints and
determines whether campus-wide resources should be adopted in
response, including review and revision of the College's sexual
misconduct and civil rights policies, increased monitoring,
supervision or security at locations where sexual misconduct is
reported to occur, and increased education and prevention efforts
to targeted populations.
- Coordinates with partners across the institution to support, as
appropriate, overlapping compliance, investigation, and resolution
needs in matters related to Title VI and Title VII of the Civil
Rights Act of 1964, and Section 504 of Americans With Disabilities
- Communicates and coordinates with local victim advocacy
organizations and service providers.
- Performs additional compliance-related duties as assigned.
- Ability to develop and present educational programs and/or
- Ability to provide effective and appropriate advice and
expertise to all levels within the university community.
- Ability to provide technical advice and information to faculty
and staff in area of expertise.
- Knowledge of federal, state, and institutional policies and
practices specific to the applicable compliance specialty.
- Project planning skills.
- Ability to investigate and analyze claims information and to
- Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities.
- Ability to supervise and train assigned staff.
- Ability to operate calmly and effectively under stressful
- Ability to maintain emotional stability to cope with human
suffering, emergencies, and other stresses.
- Employee development and performance management skills.
- Experience with crime prevention programs, procedures and
practices, as well as safety training administration.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability
to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a
- Conflict resolution and/or mediation skills.
- Advanced analytical, evaluative, and objective critical
thinking skills and the ability to effectively summarize and
- Ability to gather data, compile information and prepare
- Ability to use independent judgment and to manage and impart
- Skill in the use of personal computers and related software
- Knowledge of federal and state public safety reporting
requirements and other applicable crime data reporting.
- Skill in examining and re-engineering operations and
procedures, formulating policy, and developing and implementing new
strategies and procedures.
- Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
- Knowledge of current and emerging legislation, issues, and
trends as appropriate to the position.
- Ability to develop and implement new strategies and
- A bachelor’s degree in higher education administration, human
resources, or other relevant discipline
- Experience working in human resources, student affairs, and/or
- Evidence of developed collaboration, planning, analytic, and
problem resolution abilities is required.
- Title IX Training, certification and/or experience
Please Note: The review of applications will begin immediately
and continue until the position is filled.
- Master’s or other advanced professional degree
- Compliance operations (Title IX or otherwise) in higher
- ATIXA training and certification
- Please submit the following application materials in a single
electronic file to
Earlham Career Portal :
- Cover letter: Your cover letter should include a statement on
diversity, equity, and inclusion, specifically as it relates to
- List of Three References with Contact Information
Earlham College is an equal opportunity employer committed to
building a diverse community, one that reflects the makeup of
society at large and that particularly welcomes and supports
individuals from groups that have been historically marginalized
because of factors such as race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity,
gender expression, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, and
physical ability. The College strongly encourages applications from
women and people of color. As an institution with a Quaker
identity, the College also solicits applications from members of
the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
Earlham's Work Authorization Policy
Earlham utilizes E-Verify
to confirm employment eligibility for all
newly hired employees within the United States.