Whistle Blower Policy
Christian Brothers University is committed to providing all members of the University community, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, vendors, and guests with a safe and productive environment. If any member of the University community has reason to believe or reasonably suspect that the University or any of its agents is acting contrary to any applicable federal, state, or local laws or regulations, or contrary to any established University policy, that person may report such action or activity without fear of reprisal or retaliation.
Any University employee or student with reasonable suspicion of such illegal or improper activity should notify the University's Director of Human Resources or the Director of Campus Safety to register a complaint.
Any vendor, guest or alumnus of the University, or any other interested person with reasonable suspicion of such illegal or improper activity should also notify the University's Director of Human Resources or the Director of Campus Safety to register a complaint.
After notification of alleged illegal or improper activity, the University's Human Resources Director will conduct a thorough investigation and recommend appropriate action, including possible termination and/or legal prosecution, to the University's President or, if more appropriate, to the Chairman of the Board of Trustees. All such allegations shall be logged and kept under seal in the University's Director of Human Resources' Office.
Should retaliation actually occur, such act shall be considered a serious violation of University policy and will be dealt with appropriately and could result in termination. Encouraging others to retaliate is also a violation of this policy and will be dealt with as well. Those who file fraudulent or bad faith complaints pursuant to this policy will be subject to disciplinary and/or legal action as well.
Reviewed by the President's Cabinet.
Approved on March 16, 2009
POLICY # W.2 from Christian Brothers University Policies and Procedures
Red Flag Policy
In compliance with the “Red Flag” regulations issued by the Federal Trade Commission, the federal bank regulatory agencies, and the National Credit Union Administration as part of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions (FACT) Act, Christian Brothers University is defined as a financial institution due to the account transactions maintained for all constituencies conducting business with the University. As such, CBU must provide a way to detect potential identity theft, and notify affected parties, necessary agencies, and law enforcement authorities.
In the 2008/2009 academic year, a special committee was formed to formalize the university policy and create processes by which all university employees could be educated on the rules, as well as report potential infractions. Each employee is required to complete the acknowledgment form stating they have read the policy and understand it. This committee recognizes that the policy may not be all-inclusive for all departments for maintaining record security and therefore encourages each department to educate itself on the basics at the Federal Trade Commission micro-site, along with the Best Practices from the Business Office, Registrar and ITS.
Potential infractions should be reported through the form listed below. General questions may be addressed to Human Resources.
Primary Title IX Coordinator
The University official listed below has been designated as the Primary Title IX Coordinator and is responsible for overseeing the Title IX compliance of the Deputy Title IX Coordinators in matters involving sexual harassment, sexual discrimination and sexual assault against employees, visitors and students, including training, education, communications and investigation of complaints.
Dr. Timothy Doyle
Job Title: Associate Vice-President for Student Life
Department: Student Life
Office: Rozier Center D
Campus Box T-4
Phone: (901) 321-3548
Deputy Title IX Coordinator - Students
The University official listed below has been designated as a Deputy Title IX coordinator and is responsible for Title IX compliance in matters involving students, including training, education, communications and investigation of complaints. To file a complaint against a CBU student for sexual harassment, sex discrimination or sexual assault, you should contact:
Dean of Students
Office: Rozier Center D
Campus Box T-4
Phone: (901) 321-3536
Fax: (901) 321-3524
Deputy Title IX Coordinator - Faculty, Staff and Visitors
The University official listed below has been designated as a Deputy Title IX coordinator and is responsible for Title IX compliance in matters involving employees and visitors, including training, education, communications and investigation of complaints. To file a complaint against a CBU employee for sexual harassment, sex discrimination or sexual assault, you should contact:
Director of Human Resources
Thomas Center 115
Campus Box 92
Phone: (901) 321-3307
Fax: (901) 321-4430
Deputy Title IX Coordinator - Athletics
The University official listed below has been designated as a Deputy Title IX coordinator and is responsible for Title IX compliance in matters involving student athletes, coaches and athletic administrators and staff, including training, education, communications and investigation of complaints. If you have a complaint against a CBU student athlete, coach or athletics administrator for sexual harassment, sex discrimination, or sexual assault, you may contact one of the officials listed above, and/or you may contact the official listed below, who will facilitate the handling of the complaint with the appropriate office.
Assistant Athletic Director
De La Salle Hall 124
Campus Box T-1
Phone: (901) 321-3478
Fax: (901) 321-3570
CBU Employee Benefits
Christian Brothers University offers its employees a generous benefits package which includes insurance, vacation, holidays, worker's compensation insurance, retirement plan with 403(b) options, employee training, and tuition remission.
Insurance benefit opportunities include:
- Health Insurance
- Prescription Drug Benefits
- Eye Care Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Life Insurance & Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
- Long-term Disability Insurance/Retirement Due to Disability
Employees also enjoy free parking privileges, free admittance to regular-season CBU athletic events, free use of the campus swimming pool, discounts at the CBU Bookstore, and discount plans for campus dining.
Current CBU employees can access a complete listing of current HR policies, forms and documentation on the CBU Intranet.
Welcome to Christian Brothers University Human Resources!
CBU is committed to creating and maintaining a rigorous and enriching learning experience for our students by providing them the best instruction and support by a superior faculty and staff. CBU encourages opportunities to celebrate diversity in an environment that prepares our students to be global citizens. CBU is an attractive and safe campus environment, and it is quite possibly one of the friendliest campuses anywhere.
If you would like to contribute to these hallmarks of a CBU education, please consider applying for our faculty or staff vacancies through these current employment opportunities:
- Adjunct (Part-Time) Professor
- Assistant Professor of Creative Writing
- Assistant Professor of English or Rhetoric and Composition
- Commissioned Campus Safety Officer
- Director of Athletics
- Help Desk Resource
- Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy (One-Year Contract)
- Web Developer
Applicants should be prepared to provide proof of their ability to work in the U.S.
Resumes are accepted for open positions only. Send cover letters and resumes to email@example.com
The Human Resources office is located in Thomas Center 115 in the west breezeway.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm