Key responsibilities include the following:
§ Receiving and investigating complaints of sexual/gender violence, including assault, bullying, harassment, discrimination and other gendered harms.
§ Conducting investigations and producing investigation reports into complaints received at the GEO.
§ Coordinating and managing disciplinary inquiries arising within the office.
§ Engaging, interpreting and being tuned into processes and policies, and supporting the provision of effective solutions.
§ Providing a supportive, understanding and professional service to staff and students in the service of the office.
§ Building good relationships with other units/offices within the University, especially where their work intersects with that of the office.
§ Providing support for the preventative/advocacy work of the office, and extending and supporting platforms for engaging staff and students.
§ A law degree or equivalent diploma
§ At least 2 years working experience in the social justice sector
§ An in-depth understanding of gendered power relations, broader gender dynamics and institutional patriarchy
§ Exceptional investigative skills
§ Exceptional and advanced analytical and reporting skills
§ Excellent and empathetic communication skills
§ Ability to multi-task, think outside of the box, and be proactive
§ Must have good people skills and be a team player who is willing to learn together with others
§ Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
§ Highly productive, work well under pressure and meet deadlines
§ Willingness to work overtime when required
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