The Pennsylvania State University is seeking a Compliance Coordinator to support the Police Services and Public Safety Department. The job reports directly to the Assistant Vice President for Police and Public Safety in order to provide administrative and advisory support to senior management and the University-wide community. Serve as the University’s designated "Campus Safety Survey Administrator," as explained by the United States Department of Education. The University Safety and Regulatory Compliance Coordinator will work collaboratively with various offices at the University to develop, implement and oversee programs that ensure the institution’s overall compliance with the Jeanne Cleary Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Cleary Act) and associated regulations. Work with the Office of Student Affairs to ensure compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Safe Campuses regulations. Work with various University offices to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Sexual Assault Victim’s Bill of Rights. Collaborate with local and state police agencies to monitor and record criminal activities at off-campus locations of recognized student organizations. Prepare and publish Security and Crime Statistics reports, and conduct compliance audits. Prior knowledge of the Cleary Act, the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), Higher Education Act (HEA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines are required. This job will be filled as a level 3 or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate's education and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor degree or higher, plus four years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. The successful candidate must demonstrate: ability to work cooperatively with various levels of faculty, staff, students, and outside agencies; outstanding customer service orientation; excellent verbal and written communication skills; excellent analytical, judgment, and organization skills; and ability to work with a variety of cultures and backgrounds. If your thinking that this took to long to be filled or created, there are two possible reasons for that. One is that either there was one already and recently became vacant or this is a new position. If it is a new position the school will need to figure out where to place this position, meaning what department. Also they would need to figure out the criteria for the job, the pay scale and exactly what they are looking for. All of that takes time to do, even if they are refilling a job vacated by someone already. At least they are doing something constructive about this.