Job # FY18 2017-440
Job Type Administrative
Department Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity
FLSA Status Exempt
Job Status Full-Time
Class Code 9003
Salary Commensurate with Experience
Posting Date August 28, 2017
Closing Date Open Until Filled

Department: Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity

Introduction: The Office of Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity is recruiting for a Deputy Title IX and EEO Coordinator. Interested candidates should have a strong desire in advancing the mission of one of the Nation's largest Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

Duties: Investigating discrimination and Title IX complaints and preparing comprehensive reports of investigation with findings of facts and recommendations; coordinating Title IX education, training, prevention and outreach events; continuously identifying and integrating best practices in the Title IX investigation arena into knowledge base and practices; assisting with tracking cases, data, and trends relative to discrimination and sexual misconduct and identifying appropriate courses of action; helping to ensuring University policies, procedures, protocols, and practices are in compliance with Title IX, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), Clery Act and other applicable state and federal laws and regulations; keeping abreast of current state and federal laws and regulations and trends in the field of education related to harassment and other discriminatory practices that violate Title IX and other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Higher Education Administration or a related field from an accredited College or University with five (5) years of experience working in EEO, student conduct, legal or related field.

Preferred Qualifications: A Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Higher Education Administration or a related field from an accredited College, University or J.D. from an accredited Law School with experience working in a higher education institution is preferred.

Requirements: Candidate must have experience conducting discrimination or Title IX investigations; demonstrated knowledge of Title IX, VAWA, Clery Act, and other applicable state and federal laws and regulations related to gender based violence and discrimination; strong written and oral communication skills; ability to deal with confidential and sensitive information and the ability to remain a neutral party; ability to act independently, take initiative and exercise sound judgment; effective project management, organization, and analytical skills; ability to manage multiple, on-going and complex caseload of complaints while meeting established deadlines; strong presentation and facilitation skills with an emphasis on education and training for students, faculty, and staff; excellent attention to detail, strong problem solving-skills; strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and establish collaborative relationships with a wide range of constituencies (e.g. students, parents, administrators, faculty, staff, and community organizations); ability to work occasional evening and/or weekend hours.

To Apply:  Email a cover letter to jobs@morgan.edu, indicating Job # FY18 2017-440 in the subject line and attach the following items: a resume; writing sample of no more than 5 pages (preferable from a redacted investigative report); 3 professional references (including Name, title, telephone number and email address); a completed Morgan State University Employment Application, (which should include salary requirements). Alternatively, you may mail the required items to: Morgan State University, Office of Human Resources, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251. Application packets can also be faxed to: 443-885-8209 (Incomplete submissions of any type may not be given consideration).

If you have submitted an electronic application successfully, you will receive a confirmation message.


MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFIRMATIVE/ACTION EMPLOYER As required by the 1986 Immigration Act, applicants should be prepared to present acceptable documentation showing their identities, U.S. citizenship or alien status and their authorization to work in the United States. EEO/AA