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The Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Education (SHARE) Title IX Office is the University's central resource for combating, redressing, and preventing sexual harassment and violence issues. The SHARE office is comprised of two primary teams: a Response Team and an Education Team.
We are looking for a Director of the SHARE Education Team and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Education and Compliance.
As the Director of the SHARE Education Team and a member of the Title IX Coordinator's senior team, you will contribute to the strategic vision of the SHARE office by bringing informative and engaging educational programs and solutions to the Stanford community to address and to prevent sexual harassment, other sexual misconduct, as well as sex, sexual orientation or gender identity-based discrimination and harassment.
As the subject matter expert and lead for the training and education function of SHARE, this position is responsible for applying a comprehensive understanding of the legal/regulatory compliance requirements and the University's policies, procedures, and best practices, including outreach, training, and education to the campus community - faculty, staff, students, and post-doctoral staff.
Duties and Responsibilities Include*
Identify, assess, and implement prevention education programs required by university and state-wide mandates that are appropriate for all levels, faculty, staff and students, of prevention training.
Lead the development and implementation of live training for faculty and staff supervisors every 2 years, including script writing, scenario selection and audience participation.
Identify and direct the design, development, and administration of an on-line training program for the mandatory AB1825 sexual harassment training for faculty and staff supervisors for this training year; and an on-line training program for all University students.
Identify, direct the design, development, and administration of on-line 1 hour mandated training programs for approximately 17,000 non-supervisory staff. This program includes regular staff, temporary and contingent staff, academic staff, student staff, post docs, lecturers, paid adjuncts, and residential assistants.
Consult with the Title IX Coordinator to seek resolution to highly- sensitive faculty/student assault/harassment cases.
Serve as a resource and support for the resolution of sexual assault/harassment cases, in general, and specifically for those cases that require educational interventions with responding parties.
Supervise and manage the SHARE Education Team which includes approximately 6 individuals as well as additional student staff.
Work with the Office of the President and Provost's budget team on financial management of programs including monitoring and forecasting.
Represent the SHARE Title IX office within the University through training programs, outreach efforts to other units within the University and serve as a public liaison between the University and the broader Stanford community.
* - Other duties may also be assigned as not all unique aspects of this job are covered by this job posting.
Education & Experienced Required Bachelor's degree and 8 years relevant experience, or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience. Advanced degree in a relevant field with higher education Title IX and/or EEEO experience strongly preferred.
To be successful in this position you will bring:
Proven effective and successful communication and presentation skills (oral and written)
Strong organizational skills
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
Ability to use sound judgment in researching issues, resolving issues, research, and/or bringing them to the attention of a manager or escalating to the appropriate individual(s)
Ability to manage complex project-planning, organizing, and controlling a project from start to finish. Possess skills to manage the contributions of project collaborators across departments; and analyze potential risks, issues or changes that may impact the project's timeline and make changes accordingly
Extensive knowledge in understanding relevant laws /regulations (e.g., Title IX, Title VII, VAWA, Clery Act, FERPA, etc.) and act as a subject matter expert
Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, and student populations
Political competence, seeing the big picture perspective of how this work will affect the university, college/units and other constituencies
Ability to consider all points of view with reason, common sense, and empathy and work towards outcomes that resolve a situation
Ability to handle a workload that can be unpredictable and reflective of an academic calendar cycle
Demonstrated teamwork skills to lead and to collaborate with a wide range of constituents
Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, and work on multiple complex projects simultaneously in an intense and fast-paced environment
Ability to coordinate and work with others; ability to effectively communicate and work consultatively with faculty and administrators at all levels within the University; ability to conduct analysis of legal requirements and develop efficient solutions
Strongly preferred experience:
Knowledge and experience with gender/sexual violence issues and effects of sexual assault on higher education populations
Significant relevant experience in sexual misconduct prevention/nondiscrimination programming
Experience developing and/or delivering training regarding sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking
Occasional evening and weekend hours
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