$80K - $100K(Ladders Estimates)
The Associate Director of the Center for Sexual Misconduct Support Services (CSMSS) at New York University assists in implementing a comprehensive strategy to enhance on-campus support for students involved in sexual misconduct and relationship violence; to educate the campus community about sexual misconduct and to prevent its occurrence; to provide NYU students with the best possible support services and resources and to generally lead the institution in complying with federal and state laws for college campuses in preventing and responding to sexual misconduct. Reporting to the AVP for Student Mental Health/Director of Counseling and Wellness Services, the director of CSMSS will be called upon to deploy exceptional leadership, judgment and interpersonal skills as (s)he oversees a student centered approach to campus response, advocacy, training, education, and prevention.
Master's Degree in Social Work
Doctoral Degree in Social Work
5+ years of professional experience in a sexual violence-related field (preferably in a college setting). Experience in sexual harassment, assault, and relationship violence research and best practices, particularly with respect to college-age cohort and campus environment. Proven record of successful advocacy, educational outreach, and program delivery.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Ability to apply knowledge of sexual harassment, assault, and relationship violence principles, policy guidelines, and federal and state laws to systematic University-wide. Evidence of strategic agility, sound judgment, complex problem-solving capabilities, and responsiveness under pressure and/or in crises and emergent situations. Excellent clinical skills including risk assessment and other psychiatric evaluation skills. Demonstrated effectiveness in coordinating multidisciplinary services as well as collaborating across departments, agencies, and institutional systems. Demonstrated understanding of student conduct-related disciplinary and judicial procedures within institutions of higher education. Possession of excellent organizational, communication,, collaboration, conflict-management, consensus-building, and other interpersonal skills. Excellent public speaking ability and capacity to work collaboratively in a diverse community with a broad experienceand viewpoints, including students, faculty, and staff. Proven ability to translate knowledge into programming that is appropriate and effective for the college-age cohort and campus setting.
EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Valid Through: 2019-10-14