The Title IX Coordinator provides strategic vision for, leads, and coordinates Cornell University's Title IX efforts across its several campuses and serves as a central resource for all Cornell University constituencies on the wide range of issues addressed by Title IX, the Clery Act, NYS Education Law Article 129-B (NYS 129-B), and Cornell University Policy 6.4.
Cornell University invites nominations and applications for the position of University Title IX Coordinator. Reporting to the Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, the University Title IX Coordinator will lead and provide strategic vision for Title IX efforts for students, faculty, and staff across multiple campuses.
The Title IX Coordinator oversees the University's compliance with Title IX; its ongoing education and primary prevention efforts; its investigation, response, and resolution of all reports of sexual and related misconduct under this policy; and its efforts to eliminate prohibited conduct, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects. The Coordinator serves as a central resource for all Cornell University constituencies on the wide range of issues addressed by Title IX, the Clery Act, NYS Education Law Article 129-B (NYS 129-B), and Cornell University Policy 6.4.
The University Title IX office conducts investigations and manages the hearing process for all cases involving students, faculty, and staff. The office also oversees the Title IX process and related issues on the Cornell Tech Campus located in New York City, and on Cornell's campuses around the globe.
The ideal candidate will have a sophisticated understanding of and significant experience with Title IX and related policies and the ways in which they intersect with multiple and highly varied constituencies. Because many of the individuals with whom the Coordinator will work closely hold J.D.'s, it will be essential for the Coordinator to do so as well.
Cornell's main campus sits on 2,300 acres in the heart of the Finger Lakes region. Ithaca, located roughly halfway between Manhattan and Toronto, offers a wealth of arts, culture, and activity while maintaining a quaint college-town feel.
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