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Metro Nashville Public Schools

MNPS Coordinator of Student Behavior Regulations (Title IX)

Metro Nashville Public Schools


Job Summary

Job Summary:  Ensures legal compliance by consulting on and investigating civil rights complaints primarily consisting of disability, race, and sex discrimination or harassment claims. Responsible for properly documenting reports, interviewing students and staff, drafting investigative reports, assessing relevant evidence, and adhering to statutory timelines. Provides consult to school administrators and staff on civil rights violations identification, reporting, investigation, and resolution. Develops data-driven civil rights best practices that meet federal, state, and district compliance requirements. Facilitates ongoing staff development and training for civil rights topics. Works closely with the department’s leadership team to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery to school administrators, staff, and students.

Job Responsibilities

  • Primarily responsible for conducting civil rights investigations to ensure legal compliance by interviewing staff and students, documenting procedural steps, assessing credibility, acting as a fact finder, and drafting formal investigative reports.
  • Consults with school administration, school staff, and central office personnel on civil rights violations regarding identification, reporting, investigation, and resolution.
  • Participates in dispute resolution efforts for 504, Title VI, and Title IX with state entities, federal entities, and parents including written responses, mediation, and formal dispute resolution hearings.
  • Stays abreast of changing legal requirements and nationwide best practices for civil rights in the K-12 educational context.
  • Collects, prepares, and maintains data for Civil Rights to ensure legal reporting requirements are met. Helps to create data-driven best practices and procedures.
  • Plans and coordinates continuing mandatory and optional professional development for MNPS employees.
  • Collaborates with outside stakeholders at the local, state, and federal levels.


Education (training/degree)Required minimum: Bachelor’s degree.  Preferred: Juris Doctor or Masters Degree in Education, Social Work, Psychology, Public Administration, or a related field.

Experience Requirements: 2 years experience with Civil Rights and/or general investigative experience preferred. Experience working in the K-12 education context is not a requirement but preferred.

Additional Information



How to Apply

Coord Student Behavior Regulations – (23004088)



  • Date Posted: October 9, 2023
  • Type: Full-Time
  • Job Function: Analytics / Evaluation
  • Service Area: Education
  • Salary Range: Starting at $37.01
  • Working Hours: 40 hrs/wk