Coordinator of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Reporting to the Associate Dean of Students and Director, the Coordinator of Student Conduct and Community Standards will assist in the daily operations and functioning of the office. The Coordinator will be responsible for assisting in the resolution of mid to upper level complaints of alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct, serving as an Administrative Hearing Officer, an Investigator for student and student group/organization misconduct, and advising hearing boards.
The Coordinator will also be responsible for developing and executing office outreach and programming, assisting with the training of University Hearing Officers and Hearing Boards, and working with the Associate Dean of Students and Director to develop and advance a Conflict Resolution Program. Finally, the Coordinator will be responsible for preparing materials for hearings, generating reports/data using the conduct database, serving on University and Divisional committees, and providing supervision to various levels of paraprofessional staff.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Masters degree in higher education, student affairs, or related field from an accredited institution
- 3 - 4 years of graduate or professional experience in student conduct in a college or university setting.
- Demonstrated knowledge and/or experience working with student conduct systems.
- An understanding of the current issues in the field of student conduct and trends in higher education.
- Experience investigating and managing student group and organizational conduct cases.
- Prior attendance at the ASCA Gehring Academy for Student Conduct Administration Foundation Track.
- Previous conduct resolution training.
- Awareness of federal and state compliance expectations, including FERPA, Clery, and Title IX.
- Experience working with individuals involved in sexual misconduct and intimate partner violence cases (complainants, respondents, and witnesses).
- Experience working with conduct database software, particularly Maxient.
- Experience supervising paraprofessional staff.
- Strong oral and written communication.
- Demonstrated experience working with and appreciation for diverse university populations.
- Ability to manage multiple tasks.
- Ability to analyze complex situations, determine facts, exercise sound judgment, identify solutions, and apply policies, procedures, and laws.
- Ability to work evening and weekend hours as necessary.