Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Office of Diversity and Compliance, is currently seeking a Diversity and Compliance Program Coordinator. Reporting to the Chief Diversity Officer, the Diversity and Compliance Program Coordinator will assist both the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) and Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) to instill the PCOM and GA-PCOM communities with an understanding of the centrality, importance and complexity of inclusive excellence in the college’s academic and administrative endeavors, the benefits of diverse learning and working environments, and the meaning and significance of equal opportunity and equity outreach efforts. This position will work with the CCO on health related clinics and operations to assure compliance with HIPPA and privacy and security laws, regulations and policies and will assist the CCO in coordinating with appropriate officers College-wide compliance efforts and policies in such areas as research, ADA Compliance, and student and general data security.
At the direction of the Chief Diversity Officer, the Diversity and Compliance Program Coordinator will perform intake, investigations and other duties as it relates to equal employment opportunity and affirmative action complaints, and will assist in conducting diversity focused workshops and trainings for the campus community. In support of the college’s comprehensive recruitment efforts, this position will review all employment searches to ensure that applicant search pools are inclusive and that the College search and screen processes were followed. At the direction of Chief Diversity Officer, this position will implement search guides to ensure equability in all searches at the college.
The successful candidate must have a minimum two (2) years of progressively responsible experience in an EEO/Compliance environment. Additionally, experience working in higher education is highly preferred. The incumbent must possess outstanding written and verbal communication skills, excellent analytical skills, and a demonstrated awareness of current trends and literature regarding diversity work and legal research skills, including experience with ADA, HIPPA, LEXUS System, etc. Qualified applicants will have A Bachelor’s Degree in justice studies, social work, sociology, education or in a related field is required. Master’s Degree in legal studies, sociology, social work, education, criminal justice or a related field highly preferred.
All inquiries must include salary requirements and should be directed to:
Department of Human Resources
Medical Office Building
4190 City Avenue, Suite 144
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Call (215) 871-6500
Fax (215) 871-6506
PCOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer