The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Title IX Coordinator reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs and supports all activities of the Vice President. The AVP is specifically responsible for coordinating all Division assessment activities, the Division budget, Divisional strategic planning and supervision of an Assistant Director of Special Projects for Equity and Inclusion. The AVP shares student advocacy and problem solving responsibilities with the Vice President, as needed when students seek assistance. The AVP will also serve as the Title IX Coordinator for the Institute and ensure overall compliance with legal regulations and Institute policy and procedures.
- Acts in place of the Vice President in her absence and at her request.
- Coordinates Division Assessment activities, serves as liaison Campus Labs and/or other assessment personnel or contractors and assists Vice President in scheduling and prioritizing assessment projects.
- Assists the Vice President in evaluating and revising strategic plan and in developing new plans, when appropriate.
- Meets with individual students, when necessary, to assist them in problem solving.
- Works with faculty and parents in support of student success and safety.
- Provides direction and support to the Assistant Director for Equity and Inclusion in initiating and coordinating all division equity and inclusion effort.
- Coordinates Division budget request process.
- Advocates for students' interests at Pratt, both for individual students and the Pratt student body, as well as encourage and promote diversity and inclusion among the student body.
- Assists Vice President in policy development and revision.
- Conducts research regarding best practices on behalf of the Vice President.
- Oversight of compliance with Title IX regulations, Institute sexual misconduct policy, and complaint intake and resolution procedures.
- Provide ongoing training for students, faculty, and staff with regard to Title IX and sexual misconduct prevention and response.
- Create and maintain published materials and website content relating to Title IX and sexual misconduct policies and procedures.
- Coordinates Assessment and Care Team Meetings and Manages Data Base.
- Supports and participates in Institute's diversity & inclusion initiatives and efforts.
- Other duties as assigned
Education: Masters Degree in College Student Personnel or related field required, Doctorate preferred.
Experience: Five or more years working in student affairs. Proven experience with Learning Outcomes and other assessment protocols; Experience in strategic planning and budgeting; Experience with diversity programming and initiatives preferred.
Knowledge and Skills: Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills, and ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. Proven success in relationships with college students; Facility with appropriate software and high level of comfort with technology. Must demonstrate inter-cultural competence with an understanding of the importance of diversity in higher education.
Please submit your cover letter, resume including salary history and requirements, and the names and contact information for three professional references.
PRATT INSTITUTE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND RECOGNIZES AND VALUES THE BENEFITS OF A DIVERSE WORKFORCE