Assistant Director, Community Standards

Wellesley, MA
Jun 13, 2017
Executive Administration Jobs
C-Level & Executive Directors
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
The Assistant Director for the Office of Community Standards will serve as a high-level Administrative Hearing Officer, an investigator in gender-based misconduct incidents, and will generally assist in the overall administration and operation of the student conduct process.

Student Conduct Administration:
• Serve as an Administrative Hearing Officer for high-level, possible status-changing cases.
• Serve as a liaison to Residence Education and oversee the Hearing Officers in that department. Oversight of the Hearing Officers includes training, general case-related advisement, coordinating professional development, and facilitating Hearing Officer meetings.
• Co-advise the College Honor Board for cases referred to the hearing board.
• Manage the case assignment process for non-academic case and ensure that all discipline referrals are addressed in a consistent and timely manner through appropriate student conduct processes and procedures. Review and determine what cases will be adjudicated through alternative resolution programs and coordinate the office's conflict resolution or restorative justice efforts.
• Serve as the liaison to the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Services to maintain efficient collaboration between the two offices.
Title IX:
• Serve as a co-investigator in gender-based misconduct cases.
Special Projects/other:
• Assist the Director in reporting annual Clery statistics to Babson Police.
• Create and maintain up-to-date campus trend reports and statistics.
• Develop and implement an assessment plan for the office.
• Aid in the review and editing process of the College's policies and adjudication methods annually by coordinating research and benchmarking other institutions.
• Assist the Director with developing and delivering student conduct training for campus constituents including Resident Assistants, Peer Mentors, Fraternity and Sorority Life groups, incoming students and their families, and/or other student groups as needed.
• Assist with other projects related to community standards that may arise throughout the year.
• Represent the office on College committees and/or task forces as needed.
• Assume additional responsibilities as required.Education Requirements:
Minimum Level of Education Required Master's Degree
Position Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:
• At least 2-4 years of experience in in higher education/student affairs – preferably in residence life and/or student conduct
• Ability to become proficient in and utilize student conduct software program (Maxient) for the purpose of adjudicating cases and assessment.
• Must maintain a working knowledge of legal/state mandates and guidance from the Department of Education/Office of Civil Rights as it relates to gender-based misconduct work
• Must participate in annual, gender-based misconduct training
• Must have excellent organizational skills, analytical/critical thinking skills and excellent written and oral communication skills. A high attention to detail is expected.
• Must be looking for a diverse, fast-paced, innovative working environment.
• Must have strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
• Ability to envision and propose new methods to perform tasks that support ET&A; take thoughtful risks; and accept new and ongoing initiatives, objectives, and solutions to gain sought-after results.
• Ability to anticipate and embrace change; demonstrate willingness to achieve, acquire, and utilize new skills and challenging tasks; and is flexible in changing conditions.
• Ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with students, faculty, other administrators, and families
Working Conditions:
May require some evening and/or weekend work