The University of Oregon is seeking a dynamic leader to direct the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity (AAEO) through transformational and organizational change.
Under the direct supervision of the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Director of AAEO plans, organizes, coordinates, directs and manages the daily activities and operations of the university’s AAEO office to ensure a fair, equitable and accessible university working and learning environment, and coordinate the university’s response to reported incidents of discrimination and harassment. The Director will serve as the university’s Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Director, ADA/Section 504 Coordinator, as a Deputy Title IXCoordinator, and as a key member of the Chief Human Resources Officer’s leadership team.
The University of Oregon is committed to creating, promoting and sustaining an environment that reflects its values of diversity and inclusion where each member of the university community is afforded the opportunity to pursue their professional and educational goals in an environment free from discrimination and harassment. AAEO is an integral partner in the university’s efforts to increase diversity among its workforce and to create a fair, just and equitable environment for all members of the University of Oregon community, our guests and visitors.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Ensure compliance with the university’s Non-Discrimination and Affirmative Action policies and procedures; ADA/Section 504; Title VI, Title VII and all related federal and state laws, regulations and guidance.
- Serve as the university’s primary resource, guide and educator on all issues, policies and procedures related to discrimination and harassment and university affirmative action goals and objectives.
- Work with the Chief Human Resources Officer, the university Title IX Coordinator and other university leadership to draft and update university policies and procedures to ensure the university is meeting its obligations to uphold all federal and state laws related to discrimination, harassment and disability.
- Serve as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator with a reporting relationship to the Title IX Coordinator for Title IX-related matters including the receipt of reports, investigation and resolution of gender-based complaints.