Career Opportunity 18-180 Position Title: Executive Director of Institutional Equity and Inclusion Location Administrative Center Position Type: Full Time Non-Faculty Jobs Class Category Administrator Job Open Date 11/12/2018 Job Close Date 12/09/2018 Open Until Filled No Initial Screen Date: 12/10/2018 Minimal Qualifications:
Master's degree in a related field to assigned area. Doctorate degree preferred.
Four (4) years academic, career or technical management experience.
Three (3) years' work experience in Institutional Equity, Employee Relations, Law, Compliance, or related field.
Title IX Coordinator certification and Title IX Investigation certification preferred.
Minimum qualifications can be substituted with an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
Preferred qualifications: Preference will be given to individuals who possess:
Title IX Coordinator certification.
Title IX Investigation certification.
Compensation The annual salary is $90,692. A competitive benefit package is included.
Special Instructions to Applicants PLEASE NOTE:
Cover letter, resume, and transcripts are required and must be attached to the online application to receive any consideration.
An MCC application must be accompanied by the following:
A cover letter which indicates the position of interest and addresses the following:
The highlights of your education and experience which specifically prepare you for this position;
The mission of the community college, and how you would contribute to the mission.
Your experiences in supervision within an academic institution;
Leadership in a complex organization such as MCC; and
The basis for your familiarity with multi-culturalism and working in a diverse environment.
A resume to include three professional references with name, address, and phone number.
Official or student copies of your transcripts.
Official transcripts will be required if selected for an interview.
Interviews will be conducted by a search committee.
Position will remain open until filled.
Candidates who apply by December 9, 2018 will receive first consideration.
Class Summary This is the second level in the Administrative Management series. Incumbents work in an administrative management role at district level for multiple programs, departments, or functional areas, and provides key information, direction and recommendation for decision-making. Major duties and responsibilities include: developing and implementing strategies to accomplish goals; developing, recommending and implementing plans, and providing leadership for assigned function or departments; developing and recommending revision to district policies, procedures, guidelines or standards; supervising, training, and evaluating subordinate managers and staff; developing and managing assigned budgets. Responsible for coordinating and monitoring the College's EEO and diversity efforts and programs. Oversight and delivery of a system-wide program, in collaboration with other system stakeholders, to prevent, reduce, and remediate all forms of discrimination including harassment, retaliation, in all educational and employment programs and activities.
Typical Essential Duties • Supervises staff to include: prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff are trained; ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures; maintaining a healthy and safe working environment; and, making hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations. • Develops and implements plans and strategies to accomplish goals for an assigned function or department; work may involve planning, coordinating, administering, and evaluating programs, projects, processes, procedures, systems, standards, and/or service offerings; ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and Local laws, regulations, codes, and/or standards; working to integrate and coordinate service areas; and/or collaborating with the Board of Directors and Committees to facilitate the development of strategic plans and make recommendations. • Develops and administers department and other assigned budgets; approves expenditures; reviews financial statements; manages financial operations. • Develops and recommends revisions to District policies, procedures, guidelines, or standards; directs and reviews a variety of reports, reconciliations, grants, work papers, promotional efforts, communications, schedules, tables, and/or statements to and from internal departments, financial institutions, governmental entities, and external agencies. • Seeks and manages collaborative efforts with business and industry, community agencies, donors and alumni, educational institutions, internal departments, and/or other interested parties to solicit funds, and facilitate grant and other departmental operations. • Collects and analyzes a variety of complex data and information; performs statistical analysis and summarizes findings in applicable reports or other communication mediums. • Serves as a liaison with other departments and students within the College in order to provide information on available resources, programs, and/or services. • Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. • This job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.
Specific Position Duties: 1. Oversee investigations of discrimination complaints to include the development and maintenance of the discrimination complaint process. Duties include developing related policies, procedures, processes, conducting investigations , drafting investigative reports, conferring with appropriate stakeholders, developing and implementing related training; 2. Serve as the Title IX Coordinator for the district. Develop, implement and maintain Title IX policies, procedures, processes. Oversee the prompt, effective, and impartial investigation and resolution of sex and gender discrimination complaints. Work closely with campus coordinators assigned to handle student and employee complaints, investigations, and possible discipline/sanctions; 3. Identify College functions and routine business practices requiring compliance oversight; 4. Oversee development of Institutional Affirmative Action/EEO/Diversity Reports. Oversee the production, analysis and dissemination of compliance-related statistical and demographic information required by federal and state laws; 5. Support the efforts of the district to recruit and retain faculty, staff, administration and student body that is diverse and representative of the community the district serves; 6. Provide leadership and strategic direction to key stakeholders in order to identify and implement any necessary program requirements to eliminate and address discrimination and hidden bias in MCC's educational and employment environments; 7. Evaluate and understand current federal, state, and local statutory discrimination frameworks. Monitor and evaluate statutory changes, court decisions, administrative guidance, or other sources that may impact future compliance; 8. Coordinate, develop, and implement system surveys to assess the campus perception of sexual assault issues, safety and wellness perceptions, and campus communication related to Title IX; and compiling/analyzing data for dissemination to leadership and the MCC community; 9. Develop and disseminate educational materials, including brochures, posters, and Web-based materials that inform members of the MCC community about discrimination and federal and state anti-discrimination rights, laws, and responsibilities; 10. Create and deliver comprehensive training and guidance programs to members of the MCC community regarding issues of discrimination, sexual misconduct, sexual violence, gender discrimination dating and domestic violence; and 11. Coordinate with other departments and administrators to develop and direct an on-going series of workshops, seminars, and training associated with institutional compliance. 12. Develop, assess, implement, and maintain the College's Diversity and Inclusion Program to include diversity programming.
Knowledge • Leadership and managerial principles; • Budgeting principles and practices; • Advanced theories and principles related to area of assignment; • Strategy development principles and procedures; • Applicable Local, State and Federal laws, codes, rules, regulations, guidelines, and standards; • Policy and procedure development and administration principles and practices; • Conflict mediation principles and practices; • Public relations principles; • Project management principles; • Strategic management principles and practices; • Program management and development principles; • Higher education principles and practices.
Positions Supervised TBD
Physical Requirements Positions in this class typically require: reaching, standing, walking, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.
Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Walking and standing are required only occasionally.
, A stand-alone classification. The Incumbent is responsible for providing legal advice and counsel to the Governing Board and College System. Reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, the incumbent has a support role in areas of actual and potential legal.