Assistant Director of College Title IX
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
- Respond to disclosures of sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct impacting College students by sharing resources, meeting with students, and providing information about options.
- Coordinate supportive measures, including academic flexibility, housing flexibility, and other safety measures.
- Thoroughly and accurately communicate options to impacted students, including available support resources available, connecting with police, and the process for filing a formal complaint for investigation.
- Work closely with support systems at the College, including Resident Deans and other responsible employees, in navigating support for individual students.
- Coordinate with the Program Officer on processes for prompt and consistent responses to disclosures, in compliance with College policies and Title IX.
Outreach and Education
- Design and lead trainings to undergraduate students about resources and policy related to sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct at Harvard.
- Support, as needed, trainings to responsible employees on responding to disclosures and Title IX compliance.
- Partner with the Office for Gender Equity on guiding prevention education efforts with College students, including by creating written materials, trainings, and other forms of outreach.
- Develop and manage writing and strategic communications for College Title IX, including the website, posters, social marketing, and other publications.
- Work closely with the Office for Gender Equity to annually update the online training module “Preventing and Responding to Sexual Harassment and Other Sexual Misconduct” that all College students are required to complete annually.
- Convene and support College Title IX’s Student Advisory Board to provide feedback on the work of College Title IX and sexual harassment prevention efforts at the College.
- Develop and systematize opportunities for student feedback and assessment of programs and services.
- Partner with student organizations on training and education, support, and culture change.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required
- Minimum of 5 years’ relevant work experience
Additional Qualifications and Skills
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, advanced Excel skills
- Ability to work with students, student organizations, colleagues, clients and external organizations
- Communication skills (both written and verbal)
- Sitting using near vision use for reading and computer use for extended periods of time
- Lifting (approximately 20 to 30 pounds), bending, and other physical exertion
- Work is performed in an office setting
- May be required to work nights and weekends
We invite you to visit Harvard’s Total Rewards website to learn more about our outstanding benefits package, which may include:
- Paid Time Off: 3-4 weeks of accrued vacation time per year (3 weeks for support staff and 4 weeks for administrative/professional staff), 12 accrued sick days per year, 12.5 holidays plus a Winter Recess in December/January, 3 personal days per year (prorated based on date of hire), and up to 12 weeks of paid leave for new parents who are primary care givers.
- Health and Welfare: Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits, disability and life insurance programs, along with voluntary benefits. Most coverage begins as of your start date.
- Work/Life and Wellness: Child and elder/adult care resources including on campus childcare centers, Employee Assistance Program, and wellness programs related to stress management, nutrition, meditation, and more.
- Retirement: University-funded retirement plan with contributions from 5% to 15% of eligible compensation, based on age and earnings with full vesting after 3 years of service.
- Tuition Assistance Program: Competitive program including $40 per class at the Harvard Extension School and reduced tuition through other participating Harvard graduate schools.
- Tuition Reimbursement: Program that provides 75% to 90% reimbursement up to $5,250 per calendar year for eligible courses taken at other accredited institutions.
- Professional Development: Programs and classes at little or no cost, including through the Harvard Center for Workplace Development and LinkedIn Learning.
- Commuting and Transportation: Various commuter options handled through the Parking Office, including discounted parking, half-priced public transportation passes and pre-tax transit passes, biking benefits, and more.
- Harvard Facilities Access, Discounts and Perks: Access to Harvard athletic and fitness facilities, libraries, campus events, credit union, and more, as well as discounts to various types of services (legal, financial, etc.) and cultural and leisure activities throughout metro-Boston.
Faculty & Student Services
Department Office Location
USA - MA - Cambridge
S0357P FSS Student Servics Officr III
Title IX Office/Residential Life
00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary
Criminal, Employment, Identity
Monday- Friday, 9am-5pm
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