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MANAGER OF PREVENTION EDUCATION AND OUTREACH, Chancellor’s Office-Institute Discrimination and Harassment Response Office (IDHR), to collaborate on providing training, education, and outreach to MIT students, postdocs, faculty, and staff on topics related to discrimination and discriminatory harassment. Will develop, coordinate, implement, and assess comprehensive prevention and education initiatives on topics that include policies and procedures, reporting options, bystander intervention, and culture-change efforts related to discrimination and discriminatory harassment (e.g., sexual misconduct, gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and stalking). Responsibilities include collaborating with other campus offices/departments to develop, implement, and embed prevention education; developing a strategic vision and implementation plan for the prevention team and setting annual goals; managing day-to-day operations and supervising IDHR education staff; creating and managing evidence-based primary prevention and awareness initiatives and delivering intersectional and socioculturally relevant prevention and intervention programs serving diverse populations; and keeping up-to-date on best practices and relevant federal/state laws.
IDHR posts full descriptions of its openings here.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree in a related field, e.g., student affairs, higher education administration, social work, public health, psychology, etc.; five years’ relevant professional experience in higher education wellness promotion, anti-discrimination education, or interpersonal violence prevention; initiative; excellent interpersonal, listening, and communication skills; knowledge of Title IX and Clery Act, trends, legal obligations, and initiatives nationally and locally; and proficiency with Microsoft Office. Must be able to independently organize, prioritize, and carry out detailed work under time constraints; cultivate partnerships in MIT’s diverse community of students, staff, and faculty; and be comfortable with public speaking to large and small audiences. PREFERRED: experience working in a higher education environment, master's degree, and two years’ experience supervising staff/student interns. Job #21008-10
Must be able to work some evenings and weekends.