Coordinator of C.A.R.E.
Position: Coordinator of C.A.R.E. (Campus Advocacy and Response Education)
Status: Full Time, 12-month, exempt grant funded, 16-month term with a possible 1-year extension
Division: Student Affairs
Reports to: Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs

Paul Smith’s College is a small, private baccalaureate and associate degree granting institution located on a 170-acre campus adjacent to Lower St. Regis Lake in the 6 million acre Adirondack Park of northern New York State. We’re famous for our extraordinary location and our hands-on degree programs. We are a sustainable residential campus just a short drive from Lake Placid, home of the 1980 Winter Olympics.

General Summary:
Reporting to the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, the Coordinator of C.AR.E. (Campus Advocacy and Response Education) provides services and programming to strengthen the campus response and services to crimes of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The Coordinator works with internal and external partners and the Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) to address the requirements outlined in the DOJ OVW grant. This is a full-time, grant-funded professional position.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Oversee the budget management and reporting compliance for the grant.
• Implement and oversee a Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT).
• Schedule monthly CCRT meetings.
• Participate in the review and revision of campus policies and procedures.
• Work with internal and external partners to ensure attendance to the mandatory DOJ New Grantee Orientation and Mandatory DOJ TA sessions.
• Provide input in the development of formal policies and protocols for responding to sexual assault and domestic violenc.e
• Work with internal and external partners to offer VAWA/Clery Compliance training for Campus Safety Officers.
• Implement a mandatory prevention and education program for all students.
• Provide cultural competency training for professionals working in the Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP), advisors working with the PRIDE (LGBTQ) group and military-connected students.
• During fall and spring welcome week, work with partners to sponsor face-to-face onboarding bystander intervention programs as well as training related to the definition of key terms for all first-year and transfer students.
• Use the needs assessment results from the planning year and work with partners to develop training sessions during the summer and winter breaks for campus safety officers, student affairs professionals, cabinet and hearing board members.
• Work with partners to sponsor periodic meetings with at-risk student groups to engage in conversations about topics related to domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.

• Bachelor’s degree required
• Experience in a college or university setting preferred
• Must have the ability to communicate orally and in writing
• Ability to write reports
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office required
• Ability to work independently and with others as part of the Divisions of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
• Detailed oriented and the ability to multi-task
• Knowledge of and sensitivity to the needs of students from diverse backgrounds
• Occasional evening and weekend work
• Must be flexible, discreet and considerate of others’ needs
• Must have the ability and desire to work with students.

To Apply:
Applicants should complete the on-line application and submit a letter of intent, resume, and contact information for three professional references.

Paul Smith’s College values diversity in the College community and seeks to assure equal opportunity through its continued Affirmative Action program. Women, Minorities, People with Disabilities and Veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

Additional Information
Position Type: Employee
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Contact Information
Carol Murtagh
Paul Smith's College
PO Box 265
Paul Smiths, 12970