HERC: Metro New York & Southern Connecticut Title IX Administrative Manager in New York, New York
Employer Name: Columbia University
Position Summary Reporting to the Senior Director of Title IX Investigations, the Administrative Coordinator will provide support for the Title IX investigative team within Student Conduct and Community Standards. The Title IX investigative team is responsible for managing investigations of incidents of alleged misconduct in violation of the Gender-Based Misconduct and Interim Title IX Policies and Procedures for Students, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, and stalking. Responsibilities Serves as a point of contact for students during the investigative process. Communicates with students regarding case progress and refers questions about investigations to the investigative team. Prepares correspondence and other case-related materials associated with an investigation. Responsible for the collection and organization of evidence. Works with the Title IX investigators on evidentiary redactions. Conducts research as needed. Responsible for maintaining and editing recorded transcripts that are part of an investigation. Schedules interviews, conferences, and hearings with students, witnesses, and campus partners throughout the University. Schedules meetings with University partners on Title IX investigations. Ensures staff is prepared for upcoming meetings by providing meeting materials and agendas. Maintains accurate electronic and paper filing system. May serve as note-taker during the Title IX investigative process or other similar meetings. Routinely generates and analyzes various reports including incident reports, case records and other sensitive data. Participates in Title IX meetings and other matters to record minutes and update policies and procedures. Manages case data, including tracking the number of business days a case is pending in an Excel spreadsheet. Manages timely progress and assists in the implementation of projects or initiatives overseen by the Title IX investigative team, including programs, staff training and development, systems implementation, and community events programming. Additional duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications A bachelor's degree and/or equivalent, and two years of related experience. Recent college graduates encouraged Excellent verbal and written communication and organizational skills, good judgment, an appreciation of confidentiality and discretion, and attention to detail. Preferred Qualifications A demonstrated interest in the subject matter is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Google, and Adobe is preferred. Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.