DEPARTMENT: Title IX, Division of Student Development REPORTS TO: Senior Title IX Coordinator SALARY CLASSIFICATION: Part-Time, 22 Hours per week, 12 months
Basic Function and Responsibility: The Title IX Program Coordinator will assist in the development and execution of sexual assault prevention programming and events under the guidance of the Sr Title IX Coordinator. The Program Coordinator will also provide the Sr Title IX Coordinator with general administrative support as well as support through the coordination of all University Non-Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy formal and informal processes. This position is 50% program running and 50% administrative. Additional responsibilities may be assigned at the discretion of the Sr Title IX Coordinator. Required: Holds personal theological beliefs that are in agreement with the Biola Doctrinal Statement. Maintain a lifestyle consistent with sound Christian principles and standards of conduct promulgated by the institution.
Duties and Responsibilities
Program Management and Assessment:
Research and develop student trainings and assessment tools on Sexual Assault Prevention and the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Conduct outreach with and present training to student groups.
Research and provide recommendations to the Sr Title IX Coordinator for implementation of best practices for peer educator program and responsible employee training.
Work with Coordinator to plan, execute and assess programming for Sexual Assault Awareness Month and other related educational events.
Promote awareness of the Title IX Office through the creation and dissemination of written materials, online communication and participation in campus-wide events.
Support Title IX Coordinator in preparing and editing confidential paperwork and forms, keeping appointment calendar, scheduling meetings with students, faculty, and staff involved in Title IX and general discrimination processes.
Provide support to the Sr Title IX Coordinator in creating, editing, and updating written materials, online communication, etc.
Strategize and respond to schedule requests for training campus-wide; and track all education and training events.
Manage communications and schedule meetings with Deputy Coordinators and other relevant campus personnel.
Serve as liaison and primary point of contact between the university and online education provider, Everfi.
Manage assignments and reporting for all Sexual Assault Prevention courses for students.
Responsible for tracking and reporting training requirements as mandated by federal and NCAA requirements.
Maintains records of Title IX budget and processes all necessary forms for the Purchasing and Accounting offices.
Expected to participate in regular Title IX trainings to meet standards for federal requirements and university policy.
Work some events and weekends.
Attend Student Development Divisional Meetings.
Bachelor’s degree in related field expected; Master’s degree preferred but not required.
Knowledge, basic experience with, and/or desire to learn more about issues related to sex discrimination, sexual harassment and gender-based violence.
2-4 years of work experience in the following or related fields: higher education, legal services, program development, nonprofit, case management, counseling, or social work.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong organizational skills; disciplined and consistent work habits.
Holds personal theological beliefs that are in agreement with the Biola Doctrinal Statement. Maintain a lifestyle consistent with sound Christian principles and standards of conduct promulgated by the institution.
- Work well with diverse others, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, visitors to the university. - Maintain confidentiality per legal and professional standards. - Work independently and proactively. - Problem solve and maintain flexibility. - Maintain discretion and composure under pressure. - Effectively and positively manage conflict resolution.
Competence in technology; proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Google Apps.
Biola University affirms its value for and commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce. The division of Student Development is dedicated to hiring employees who will reflect the diversity of the Biola community and demonstrate intercultural competence and proficiency.
We encourage qualified applicants who are diverse in gender, culture, class, generation, nationality, ethnicity, race, and ability to apply.
About Biola University
Biola University's Doctrinal Statement remains the foundational document regarding the theological position of the University. Biola's position from its inception has been and remains Christian, Protestant and theologically conservative. Prospective and existing employees must affirm that their personal theological beliefs are in agreement with the Biola Doctrinal Statement. A prospective or an existing employee's church affiliation will be considered in determining his or her understanding of and compliance with Biola's theological position.
All positions at Biola University require applicants to pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment. This includes a review of any pending charges or convictions. Once a conditional offer of employment is extended, Biola utilizes the services of HireRight, a third-party agency, to conduct a criminal background check. Biola also reserves the right to expand the search if applicable for the position (e.g., a Department of Transportation search for positions that require driving).