Student Services Coordinator

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Position Summary

The Behavior and Retention Coordinator assumes full responsibility for working with the units and committees of the University responsible for managing student conduct review and actions (i.e., behavioral threat assessment teams, Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution and Academic Affairs) when the Vice President is expected to take an action regarding a student’s status. Works with University entities to review student retention issues associated with behavior and other functions of Student Affairs for undergraduate and graduate students. The Coordinator directs the design, implementation and assessment of specific efforts aimed at retention and develops associated programming for undergraduate and graduate students. This position assumes direct responsibility for coordinating services and responses for students, parents and area providers to address mental health and behavioral concerns that may affect a student’s ability to remain a member of the university community. This position requires the highest levels of confidentiality and discretion.

The position exemplifies the Division’s quality standards and behaviors of respectful, responsive and resourceful. All programs under the auspices of this position seek to respond to the needs of students and the campus community in ways that are aligned with the university’s core values of quality, inclusiveness and connectivity.

Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills

Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing one or two years of post-bachelor degree work,such as a Masters in Student Personnel Administration, College and University Administration, Social Science, Communication, or related field; five to eight years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in student affairs programs and services, research design and administration, computer technology, training and development programs; may require experience in specific cross-cultural education, counseling, administration and fluency in a second language; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Desired Qualifications

Training and experience in counseling and therapeutic interventions to address distressed and disruptive student behavior; knowledge of college student behavioral threat assessment models and interventions that will aid in de-escalation in the moments of crisis.

Required Application Materials


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Work Hours


Bidding Eligibility ends on 9/18/2018 at 11:55 PM




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Posted: 9/12/2018
Application Due: 9/25/2018
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