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Dir Employee Relations, Advocacy & Civil Rights

Alamo Colleges District

This is a Full-time position in San Antonio, TX posted October 24, 2019.

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– Provides vision, leadership and coherence for the College District functions dedicated to fair, equitable and just treatment of faculty, staff and students.

Leads Employee Relations, Advocacy and Civil Rights functions that encompass: Title IX; Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; compliance with Title IX, Title VII, ADA/504; Affirmative Action; and, Civil Rights.

Provides leadership to ensure a fair, consistent, inclusive, compliant, and positive environment for faculty, staff and students.

Serves as the College District Sr.

Deputy Title IX/VII/ADA/504 Coordinator.

Instills a balanced, equity-minded, approach to leadership, supervision and employee advocacy in the workplace.

Cultivates a working and learning culture that promotes preventive approaches, prompt resolution of concerns, fair treatment, advocacy, equity and opportunity.

Directs HR teams dedicated to IX/VII/ADA/504 compliance, Equity and Inclusion, Employee Relations/Services, and college-based HR Partners.

Provides support and guidance to college Title IX teams.

Establishes proactive, preventive, approaches that are data-driven and focused on continuous improvement of practice and processes.

Designs processes and interventions that actively cultivate a culture of respect, promote performance excellence, optimizes talent, and instills an environment of fairness and equity for employees and students.

Establishes safe and robust communication channels for faculty, staff, administrators and students.

Establishes robust data-analytics, trend analysis and reporting, to support the early identification and proactive resolution of potential and emerging issues.

Identifies opportunities for improvement of processes, policies and procedures to maintaining a positive, respectful safe open, diverse and inclusive environment for working and learning that is free from discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

Establishes and sustains planning, monitoring, investigation, education, prevention, coaching and training for stakeholders based on identified trends.

Oversees the investigation and prompt resolution of all complaints and concerns involving employees and 3rd parties.

Assists College Deputy Coordinators in the investigation of Title IX and ADA/504 Complaints involving students.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Demonstrated experience effectively developing proactive and preventive strategies and making decisions that have significant, broad implications on the management and operation of an organization and the experience of employees and students.

Demonstrated ability to effectively recommend and equitably implement policy, procedure and practice changes across many departments of a large, complex, geographically distributed organization.

Demonstrated ability to build and sustain trusting, respectful, stakeholder relationships while balancing the multiple, varying and even conflicting interests around topics that may be politically charged.

Demonstrated ability to effectively promote collaboration, negotiate and resolve conflicts while managing sensitive issues.

Demonstrated ability to establish and utilize data-informed, dynamic and analytical problem solving methods to manage major organizational functions such as employee relations.

Comprehensive knowledge of management theories relevant to employee/labor relations, Title VII/IX/ADA/504, AAP, diversity, equity and inclusion, advocacy and engagement as they pertain to the workplace and student experience.

Demonstrated ability to effectively apply theories to complex, difficult and/or unprecedented situations.

Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to interpret and comply with relevant regulations including: Title IX; Title VII, 504/ADA; Clery Act; FERPA; Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action; and related nondiscrimination laws and regulations.

Working knowledge of the higher education climate, best practices, institutional policies and issues involving sexual harassment; sexual assault; relationship violence; sex discrimination, bullying, student conduct, athletics and student activities.

Demonstrated ability to exercise independent and mature judgment, maintain objectivity and safeguard confidential and sensitive information.

Ability to manage team execution of a large, complex caseload of employee and student civil rights complaints to a prompt, effective and equitable remedy Demonstrated leadership and ability to develop individuals and foster a team environment in managing the work performance of others.

Demonstrated ability to design and deliver relevant training programs to all constituencies of the campus or district, demonstrate accountability with respect to attendance and assess the effectiveness of these trainings.

Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.

Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, Project and PowerPoint.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Masters Degree in Human Resources, Labor Relations, or related field.

(Significant related experience may substitute for education).

Minimum of nine years of demonstrated experience leading teams of HR professionals in interpretation and application of regulations, policies and procedures in a large, complex, organization in a manner that is accurate, fair, respectful and consistent.

Minimum of five years experience developing, analyzing and utilizing data to enhance the workplace/student experience and identify opportunities for strategic intervention.

PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: In addition to the minimum position requirements (above): Doctoral degree or equivalent education in a relevant discipline Demonstrated employee /labor relations and Title VII/IX experience in the public sector and/or higher education.

Demonstrated experience in a large, urban academic institution.

Relevant professional certification such as SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Title IX Coordinator.

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