Assistant Inspector General/Title IX Coordinator for Outreach, Training, and Support

  • Full Time
  • Lexington, Va
  • Applications have closed

Website Virginia Military Institute

The Assistant Inspector General (IG)/Title IX Coordinator for Outreach Training, and Support reports to the Inspector General/Title IX Coordinator and provides services and support to the VMI Community through outreach, training, and community engagement.

Responsibilities

• Assists IG/Title IX Coordinator in coordinating, supporting, and synchronizing VMI’s discrimination, harassment, and sexual-misconduct-focused outreach, training, and support with Commandant’s Office, Human Resources, Faculty, and Administration.
• Delivers in-person training and programming in Title IX, civility, bystander intervention, and healthy relationships.
• As needed, conducts investigations of alleged student and/or employee misconduct using trauma informed interviewing techniques and completes detailed investigative summary reports.
• Assists in documentation, tracking patterns, creating reports, and data collection.
• Assists in event planning, focus groups, and training surveys/evaluations.
• Completes annual training in Title IX, Clery Act, VAWA, FERPA, and other relevant state and federal statutes.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree.
• Some experience in higher education, human resources, Title IX, legal work, and/or military training.
• Working knowledge of Title IX, Clery Act, VAWA, FERPA, and other relevant state and federal statutes.
• Experience in creating, implementing, and conducting training and presentations.
• Ability to manage complex issues, requiring sensitivity, conflict resolution skills, and objectivity.
• Ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships with individuals and interdisciplinary teams to support an inclusive learning environment.
• Must be able to work a flexible schedule.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Master’s degree preferred.
• Experience in Title IX case management (intake, trauma informed interviewing, support, communications, report writing) preferred.
• Experience conducting investigations of alleged student and/or employee misconduct preferred.
• Experience in higher education preferred.