There are no open faculty positions at this time.
- Develop and update College safety and security protocols to insure a safe, inclusive learning and working environment;
- Monitor the College physical plant to insure safety, operational, and accessibility needs are met, including supervision of contractors / third parties that may provide such services to the College;
- Handle building emergencies and maintenance needs, and serve as a liaison between BCOM employees and students, and outside contractors or NMSU personnel;
- Manage building and equipment maintenance schedules, and test security systems;
- Prepare and communicate emergency action plans;
- Assist in the review of building, furniture and equipment needs, keep assigned building supplies stocked, and advise on budgetary planning for future needs in all assigned areas;
- Apply for all required permits, and post required notifications;
- Serve as the College’s EEO, Title IX and ADA Coordinator;
- Develop and update College policies, rules, regulations, and procedures in the areas of assigned programs;
- Manage the investigation process and/or informally resolve complaints in the areas of assigned programs;
- Keep management abreast of current requirements and other developments in assigned programs;
- Develop, promote and conduct activities, programs and workshops on or off campus to educate students and employees on personal and workplace safety, equal opportunity, Title IX, and ADA policies as well as issues related to diversity;
- Maintain statistical and other records and prepare reports for assigned programs;
- Assist with general policy and procedure development and maintenance;
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of federal and local regulatory statutes, guidelines and directives relevant to assigned programs.
- Experience in writing policies, rules, regulations, and procedures in the areas of EEO, Title IX, and ADA, and/or other assigned programs.
- Experience in developing reports and completing surveys.
- Demonstrate ability to administer, supervise, evaluate and/or coordinate services for persons with disabilities in an educational setting.
- Ability to investigate and analyze complaints and alleged discrimination while maintaining objectivity and fairness and treating confidentiality, accordingly.
- Ability and experience in developing and implementing training programs.
- Demonstrate skills in verbal and written communication.
- Demonstrate skills in interpersonal relations working with diverse groups of individuals
- Ability to develop and implement compliance and grievance procedures, complaint investigation documentation, and mediation in an educational setting.
- Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with other personnel in dealing with assigned program issues.
- Ability to assign and supervise third party contractors and services providers.
- Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills.