Now Hiring - Assistant Director of Programs - March 2023

Now Hiring: Assistant Director of Programs

Full-Time Exempt | Reports to Senior Director of Programs 


Clery Center seeks an Assistant Director of Programs to support implementation and execution of programs and member services which address overall campus safety including compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act. The Assistant Director is responsible for conducting in person and virtual trainings, webinars, and providing technical assistance on the Clery Act. Trainings may include conference presentations and campus training requests. This role will also be responsible for developing curriculum for webinars and delivering services available to Clery Center member institutions. 

The Assistant Director must be skilled at engaging adult learners, internalizing complex information, problem solving, and utilizing web conference systems. The position requires project management skills, excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills, some familiarity with e-learning and CRM software as well as the potential for travel serving as a representative at Clery Act Training Seminars. Travel may be up to 30% of the time. This is a regular, full-time exempt, fully remote position that may be located anywhere in the United States with access to a major airport.  

About Clery Center

Founded in 1987, Clery Center for Security On Campus is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization working with college and university communities to create safer campuses. Clery Center is recognized as the national leader in campus safety issues, and is credited with transforming the face of campus safety through its policy, advocacy, and educational programs. 


Roles & Responsibilities

Training & Facilitation (50%)

  • Facilitate in-person and online/virtual multi-day education and training programs for adult learners on the Clery Act and campus safety prevention and response efforts (inclusive of hazing, dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and hate crimes) 
  • Conduct webinars and workshops for campus safety professionals, student affairs administrators, and others on Clery Act and Title IX topics

Clery Center Member Support Services (30%)


  • Conduct annual security report (ASR) review: Analyze members’ annual security reports for alignment with Clery Act policy and procedure requirements 

  • Provide Clery Act technical assistance to members: answer questions about Clery Act requirements through email and phone correspondence 

Curriculum Development (20%) 

  • Develop content for annual webinar series (3-4 in total) focused on overall Clery Act requirements and implementation. 
  • Support with curriculum updates for Clery Act Training Seminars, other resources, and programming when needed. 

Occasional early morning, evening, and weekend hours (travel and/or project based). 


Experience & Qualifications

  • Commitment to Clery Center’s organizational values of being mission driven, collaborative, innovative, inclusive, and authentic
  • BA or BS degree required
  • At least two years previous experience providing training facilitation or presentation of information on policy and procedures to adult learners
  • At least two years previous experience within campus safety or student affairs at an institution of higher education or equivalent experience at any place of education or nonprofit
  • Familiarity and/or experience with technical writing in relation to policy, procedures, analysis, or critique
  • Dedication to Clery Center’s mission of improving campus safety by promoting a multidisciplinary approach that recognizes how identity and experience impact safety
  • An appreciation of the need for education and training on federal campus safety laws like the Clery Act and Title IX in order to further the creation of safer campuses for all people
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, e-learning platforms, customer relationship management (CRM) software and learning management system (LMS) software a plus
  • Clear communicator, driven by collaboration and finding solutions

Other Requirements

  • Ability to physically perform the duties listed above and work in the environmental conditions required such as maneuvering in an office or workspace, use of a computer/laptop for several hours at a time, using a headset and making phone calls
  • Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs
  • Must be able to travel up to 50% of the time to various locations across the United States as needed when organizational travel resumes
  • Must have access to a private workspace appropriate for virtual training facilitation, reliable phone service, and high-speed internet
  • All Clery Center employees are required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 unless granted an exemption due to a medical reason or a sincerely held religious belief

Compensation & Benefits

Compensation: $55,000-60,000 (commensurate with experience)

Benefits Include: Health Insurance with employer contribution of 80% for employees, Dental Insurance with employer contribution of 100% for employees, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan (matching up to 3% of salary, following one year of employment), Generous Paid Time off (inclusive of vacation, sick, and personal time), Paid Family/Medical Leave (2 weeks), Remote Work.


How to Apply

Please submit your application here.

Clery Center embraces a multidisciplinary, collaborative work environment and seeks out the varying experiences, identities, and perspectives of diverse individuals to fulfill our mission.  Clery Center is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all job seekers to apply.