Assistant Director of Student Conduct - Honor System
Position Type: Permanent Staff
Department: Office of Student Contact - 640601
Appointment Type: EHRA Non-Faculty Instructional
Vacancy ID: NF0002647
Position Summary: The Assistant Director reports to the Director of the Office of Student Conduct/Judicial Programs Officer within Student Affairs and is a member of the Office of Student Conduct. The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for supporting the daily functioning of the Undergraduate and Graduate/Professional Honor Systems and participating in education and programming initiatives designed to meet the needs of the student body and the larger University community. This position requires the exercise of sound discretion in the advising and training of students, faculty, and staff; the implementation of complex University policies; and the recording and collection of data and information concerning students used for reporting purposes at the University, state, and federal levels. This position encompasses a wide variety of counseling, educational, research and supervisory duties in the areas of program management, outreach activities, and staff/student training. The position is charged with working as a part of a team that provides leadership and vision for Judicial Programs including the Honor System and the Campus Alcohol Policy.
Application Deadline: 08/17/2017
Education Requirements: Master's degree in college student personnel, higher education administration, student affairs, or other relevant discipline is required. Additional education or training in student counseling and/or judicial affairs preferred.
Qualification and Experience: For full consideration, a minimum three years of progressively responsible work experience in student conduct or student affairs, or transferrable experience from a related field. Experience with administrative disciplinary proceedings or prior conduct adjudication experience at a college or university in student conduct and residence life and housing is strongly preferred. Specific Skills and Competencies: The successful candidate will be student-focused and a team player with a demonstrated record of the following: - Superior interpersonal, analytical, and organizational skills; - Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to communicate with large and diverse audiences in addition to one-on-one encounters; - Deep understanding of, and experience in, managing the various aspects associated with conflict resolution, including capacity to deliver effective due process in accordance with applicable policies; - Ability to handle confidential and sensitive situations with diplomacy and sound judgment; - Ability and willingness to promote collaborative work environment and build relationships with departmental staff and campus colleagues; - Strategic planning, assessment, and data analysis experience; - Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends as needed; - Expertise and knowledge with the application of university, state, and federal laws, policies, and regulations regarding student conduct, the Clery Act, and FERPA; - Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and Maxient coupled with experience in effectively creating reports and presentations.
Equal Opportunity Employer: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
Department Contact Name and Title: Aisha Pridgen, Director of Student Conduct
Department Contact Telephone Number or Email: email@example.com