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Director, Title IX and Student Conduct - Student Belonging

Administrative Professionals

Azusa, CA
ID: S1114


APU is seeking employees who desire to engage in our thriving culture by cultivating community through professional interactions, demonstrating a posture of lifelong learning, and modeling Christ-like character. Working together, employees at APU commit to establishing a university atmosphere that is edifying to God and to one another.


The Director of Title IX and Student Conduct is responsible for providing overall leadership related to the implementation and maintenance of Title IX compliance, practices, and policies, student conduct, administrative response to student issues and crisis management, divisional assessment process, and administrative campus wide communication process for the Student Affairs division. As such, the Director of Title IX and Student Conduct must stay current and informed regarding relevant higher education trends, best practices, and regulatory matters. As the Title IX Coordinator, this position will have primary responsibility to monitor, supervise and oversee all campus-wide implementation of and compliance with Title IX, including Athletics, Human Resources, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and any other gender and sex discrimination related issues or complaints. Such efforts will include coordination of training, education, communications, and administration of complaint procedures for faculty, staff, students, and third parties. The Director of Title IX and Student Conduct works under the direction of the Dean of Students to support and advance all programs and services related to the spiritual formation of all students, various student engagement opportunities, and holistic wellness of students.


Required Education

  • Master’s Degree required in Higher Education, Student Development, Psychology, or related field.


Required Experience

  • Minimum Experience: four to six years of progressively responsible experience in areas such as: student affairs, emergency response, and complaint investigation and resolution (e.g. Title IX/EEO/ADA compliance).
  • Preferred Experience: six to eight years of related experience, administrative leadership experience in student affairs, including experience in handling grievances and conducting investigations, leading campus-wide collaborative initiatives related to case prevention and compliance. Administrative experience in Higher Education, nonprofit, or public sector organizations; successful development and implementation of educational and training programs, with strong presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Understanding of the higher education landscape and the ability to address challenges facing higher education pertinent to Title IX compliance and education policy from a Christian worldview.


Primary Duties/Essential Functions


  • Provides leadership or participates in various campus committees including but not limited to Care Team, Behavioral Threat Assessment Team, Alcohol and Other Drug Task Force, etc.
  • Partners with the Dean of Students to interpret and explain university philosophies, policies, and requirements to students.
  • Partners with the Dean of Students to evaluate and assess the effectiveness of Student Affairs programs and offerings and takes a data-informed approach toward continuous improvement of all Student Affairs areas.


Student Conduct and Accountability

  • Partners with the Dean of Students to develop a restorative and educational philosophy of student accountability, creates and maintains policy for student conduct, and oversees the implementation of objective and timely accountability and judicial processes.
  • Maintains legal and ethical practice in the judicial process related to student affairs.
  • Serve as the primary administrator for the ongoing evaluation of technology/programs being utilized to implement the accountability process.


Administrative Leadership and Response

  • Serve as one of the lead student affairs administrators to timely respond to student issues and assist the Dean of Students by responding to any major student crises promptly and effectively.
  • Draft any campus wide communication on behalf of the Student Affairs division, and facilitate the dissemination of the information to all constituents.
  • Assist the Dean of Students in facilitating the Student Affairs Directors meeting.


Divisional Assessment Process

  • Supports annual Student Affairs divisional assessment process.
  • Partners with the Dean of Students to facilitate an ongoing process for assessment and create an accountability structure for all directors to follow.
  • Serve as a resource for staff and students related to assessment efforts within student affairs (including the annual SGA survey).


Title IX

  • Oversees university’s prompt, thorough, and respectful responses to all Title IX complaints. Ensures investigations comply with the University’s written procedures and Title IX requirements under APU’s Sexual Harassment, Stalking and Sexual Violence Policy (Title IX), including notices, timelines, training, and interim actions.
  • Oversees the development, monitoring, and required reporting (i.e. Clery Act) of all Title IX related University policies and implementation of grievance procedures as appropriate.
  • Regularly attends Title IX education programs to ensure compliance with Title IX investigative standards and continuously identifies and integrates best practices as they relate to Title IX processes.
  • Coordinates Title IX Investigators and oversees investigations and work of Title IX Investigators. Advises other administrators, investigators and hearing process members on Title IX issues and obligations.
  • Partners with the Athletic department to coordinate Title IX educational opportunities and expedite Title IX processes for NCAA compliance.
  • Creates, implements, and manages annual training program for all mandatory responsible employees, investigators, appeals personnel, and anyone else who may function in any official capacity related to APU’s Sexual Harassment, Stalking and Sexual Violence procedures.
  • Oversee the implementation of a Title IX training program for all new students.



  • As a member of the Student Affairs leadership team, this individual must demonstrate the following:
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
    • Prioritize student wellness and exercise sound judgment, including when to refer students to Care team, law enforcement, or other resources.
    • Creative thinking
    • Effective collaboration with various campus partners and community partners.
    • Promotes diversity through their work.
    • Committed to the mission of APU and champions the core values of student affairs division.
    • Takes initiative to understand the current campus climate and our student needs.
    • Allows data to inform and continues to be driven by the mission of APU.
    • Demonstrated the ability to evaluate and pivot activities/programs to meet the needs of students, while remaining cognizant of challenges related to changing landscape of higher education.
    • Able to use data to inform how to take calculated risks and create new opportunities to enhance transformational impact on students during their time at APU.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to manage details and follow through.
  • Must be collaborative and an effective team member and team builder.
  • Ensure timely, respectful and unbiased evaluation of facts and information.


 Mental Demands

  • In agreement with the purpose and goals of Azusa Pacific University in providing a Christian-based higher education for its students.
  • Ability to stay calm and exercise sound judgment in response to student and employee complaints/crises.


Physical Demands

  • Requires repetitive motion and sitting at computer keyboard.
  • Hearing and speaking on the telephone.
  • Meetings may require walking and/or driving to various University locations.
  • Ability to pull, push, bend, grasp, reach and lift up to 20 lbs.
  • Must be able to climb stairs multiple times in a work day.


Visual Demands

  • Computer monitor and reading.



  • Pleasant office setting, comfortable temperature.



  • Proficient in Google Apps., Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel.



  • Grade 17: $91,587 to $105,325 is the annual salary for this role and reflects what Azusa Pacific University reasonably expects to pay for this position. Actual compensation may vary based on the qualifications, experience, and internal equity. In addition to compensation, APU offers a competitive benefits package.


Azusa Pacific University is a Christ-centered, multicultural community that values and seeks faculty and staff who are committed to diversity, work effectively with diverse populations, and engage others in ways that honor our rich cultural mosaic and biblical foundation. Please click the links to learn more about 'what we believe', our 'mission statement', and our 'statement of faith'.


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Azusa Pacific University will conduct a background check on all final candidates.


Review of applications will begin immediately, and the position will remain open until filled unless otherwise stated. Azusa Pacific University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

This position is located at 901 East Alosta Avenue, Azusa, CA. View the Google Map in full screen.