Title IX Investigator

Marshall University
March 17, 2023
Offerd Salary:$10,000
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Marshall University is a public comprehensive university with a rich history as one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in West Virginia. Founded in 1837 and named after Chief Justice John Marshall, definer of the Constitution, Marshall University advances the public good through innovative, accredited educational programs. We are located in downtown Huntington, West Virginia, with additional locations in South Charleston, Point Pleasant, Teays Valley and Beckley. Marshall University's mission, inspired by our Vision and Creed, includes a commitment to:

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    We are committed to attracting and retaining quality faculty and staff. In doing so, Marshall University offers outstanding benefit packages to eligible employees only. (E-Class in the job posting). Marshall University Research Corporation (MURC) employees have different benefit options than those listed below.

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    Position Information

    Position Title Title IX Investigator

    Banner Position Number 002441 E-Class NC - Nonclassified - .53 or > Department Title IX - MU1062 Job Description

    The Office of General Counsel and the Title IX Office are seeking applicants for the position of Title IX Investigator. These offices are responsible for assuring that all applicants, employees, and students at the University are protected from discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct in compliance with federal, state, and University mandates. The Title IX Investigator is essential to fulfilling this obligation, serving the University's main and remote campuses, working on Title IX and other related committees, and most importantly performing thorough investigations. Essential Job Functions:

    • Conduct and/or supervise all professional investigations in response to complaints of illegal discrimination and harassment involving Marshall Employees, students and applicants following established procedures for conducting a comprehensive investigation.

    • Receive, evaluate and respond to inquiries and requests for information related to all forms of illegal harassment and discrimination in the Marshall system as defined under GA-1; including answering requests for routine consultation, information, referrals, and counseling.

    • Foster and maintain collaborative relationships with relevant Marshall Offices, including, the Department of Public Safety, Human Resource Services, and the Office of the General Counsel.

    • Assists with training relevant to the work of the Office of General Counsel and Title IX Office with special emphasis on compliance activities.

    • Manage multiple projects/cases concurrently, utilizing effective time management to meet established timelines.

    • Assist in other duties relevant to the work of the Office of General Counsel and Title IX Office as assigned.

    • Travel between campuses and across the state as required.

    • The Title IX Investigator will be expected to act with integrity and take the necessary steps to protect the privacy of all parties.

    • Must be able to independently manage the daily responsibilities associated with investigating reported incidents, maintain accurate and thorough records, and ensure records are maintained according to the retention policy.

    • Responsible for drafting investigative reports that clearly identify the critical facts found by the investigator, and the Investigator's findings as to whether the respondent more likely than not (preponderance of evidence standard) violated Marshall University's Sexual Misconduct Policy.( GA-1)

    • Investigations may include identifying and interviewing witnesses; gathering and securing relevant documentation; and identifying other information that would be helpful in bringing the matter to a resolution.

    Salary Range Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary Type Salary Time Type Full-Time Work Location MU - Marshall University


    Must be able to perform all essential job duties as outlined in the job description.

    Required Qualifications


  • Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, legal studies, forensic psychology or related field.
  • Experience

  • Two year's experience with conducting professional investigations and writing final investigative reports.
  • Preferred Qualifications


  • JD or Master's degree in a related field of study with demonstrated evidence/fact gathering and investigational interviewing.
  • Title IX investigator certification
  • FETI training
  • Experience

  • Five plus years experience with conducting professional investigations specifically related to matters of Title IX with preference in a University setting.
  • Experience dealing with complaints and grievance processes.
  • Experience in student conduct and working with college students.
  • Experience working in the Title IX Office, Legal Office, Law enforcement, and or Human Resources is preferred.
  • Posting Detail Information

    Posting Number MU850E

    Open Date 02/01/2023 Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions Summary

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