The Deputy Title IX Coordinator role contributes to CASDIs aspiration to engage all CAS community members meaningfully by employing innovative strategies attuned to the unique needs and concerns of its diverse community through a proactive, culturally responsive approach. The ability to build awareness, develop capacity, and foster accountability are central to the role. CASDI is a vibrant, highly collaborative work environment that welcomes fresh perspectives and offers its employees a range of hybrid work opportunities.
The Deputy Coordinator role has educational and response aspects reflecting the mission and values of CASDI. The Coordinator manages the intake of sexual misconduct reports for CAS students, faculty, and staff. This entails working closely with Boston University's Equal Opportunity Office (EOO) to see reports through to conclusion. The Coordinator creates and conducts college, department, and program trainings and workshops on Title IX policies and procedures, and prevention to the CAS community. The ability to support individuals in crisis, provide resources, and collaborate with multiple offices are also essential skills. The Coordinator is also expected to contribute to administrative aspects of CASDI including assisting with bias response, serving on CAS committees, and co-developing DEI related programs and workshops.
College of Arts & Sciences
725 Commonwealth Avenue Room 107
Boston, MA -2215
The position is open until filled.
Vincent L. Stephens
Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, CAS