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About Us Grand River Solutions provides a wide range of harassment and discrimination response and resolution services to schools, colleges and universities, and workplaces delivered by individuals with direct, hands-on relevant experience. The ADA/504 team provides interim or ongoing ADA and §504 Coordinator support and equity position services, as well as consulting, coaching, and mentoring assistance to schools and organizations. These services are designed to assist clients with their equity and access goals and with their compliance obligations under the ADA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and other related federal and state laws. Team members may be assigned to provide one or more services to one or more institutions at the same time. Position Responsibilities Under the supervision of the Director of Title IX and Equity Services or their designee, the Specialist’s primary responsibility is to assist experienced team members in providing §504 or ADA support to clients. Under the supervision of a more senior team member, tasks include researching policies, revising or updating training materials, reviewing client websites to locate information, collecting and organizing evidence, drafting intake summaries and drafting clear, understandable, and error-free communications. The ADA/504 Services Specialist may also be asked to take notes during client meetings or party/witness interviews, and otherwise assist with other elements of a client’s prevention, response, resolution, or accommodation processes.
About Us Grand River Solutions provides a wide range of harassment and discrimination response and resolution services to schools, colleges and universities, and workplaces delivered by individuals with direct, hands-on relevant experience. The ADA/504 team provides interim or ongoing ADA and §504 Coordinator support and equity position services, as well as consulting, coaching, and mentoring assistance to schools and organizations. These services are designed to assist clients with their equity and access goals and with their compliance obligations the ADA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and other related federal and state laws. Team members may be assigned to provide one or more services to one or more institutions at the same time. Position Responsibilities Under the supervision of the Director of Title IX and Equity Services or their designee, the Associate’s primary responsibility is to provide to schools and organizations on an interim or ongoing basis assistance with §504 or ADA response and resolution services, and to develop and deliver training and education regarding harassment and discrimination. The ADA/504 Services Associate may also be asked to assist with intake meetings, take notes during client meetings or student/employee interviews, and otherwise assist with other elements of a client’s access and equity compliance processes.
About Us Grand River Solutions provides a wide range of harassment and discrimination response and resolution services to schools, colleges and universities, and workplaces delivered by individuals with direct, hands-on relevant experience.  Title IX and Equity Services team provides interim or ongoing Title IX and equity position services, as well as consulting, coaching, and mentoring assistance to schools and organizations. These services are designed to assist clients with their equity goals and with their compliance obligations under Title IX of the Education Amendments of the 1972 Civil Rights Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Violence Against Women Act of 2013, the ADA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and other related federal and state laws. Team members may be assigned to provide one or more services to one or more institutions at the same time.
The Investigator’s primary responsibility is to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, harassment, discrimination, bullying, workplace misconduct, student code violations, and retaliation and to produce well-written, comprehensive reports according to the policies and procedures of client institutions.
About Us Grand River Solutions provides harassment and discrimination response and resolution services to schools (including PK-12) and colleges. Our services create opportunities for institutions to delegate some or all their Title IX and Equity needs to our experts, on a short-term, long-term, or permanent basis. The primary responsibility of this position is to ensure the reports and written decisions prepared by investigators, hearing officers, appellate officers and written documents associated with informal resolution processes are written to standards and expectations of Grand River Solutions. Under the direction of the Director of Resolution Services, the Quality Assurance and Editorial Specialist reviews draft reports and determinations prior to final review by the Director of Resolution Services and submission to Grand River Solutions’ clients and provides one-to-one writing support designed to improve the overall writing skills and written decisions of GRS investigators, hearing officers, and resolution specialists.
The Investigator’s primary responsibility is to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, harassment, discrimination, bullying, workplace misconduct, student code violations, and retaliation and to produce well-written, comprehensive reports according to the policies and procedures of client institutions.
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