Coordinator, Conduct and Community Standards

Monmouth, Oregon
Jul 31, 2019
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Coordinator, Conduct and Community Standards

Job Description:

Department: Student Conduct Office
Recruitment #: S1951
Application Deadline: Preference given to applications received by August 14, 2019.
Position open until filled.
Salary Range: $47,376 - $55,740
Benefits: Western Oregon University’s offers an excellent benefits package for eligible employees which includes 95% premium paid healthcare, a generous retirement and vacation package, and reduced tuition rates for employee, spouse or dependent at any of the Oregon Public Universities.

Department / Job Summary:
This is a regular, 12-month, full-time, unclassified position within the Student Conduct Office in the Division of Student Affairs at Western Oregon University in Monmouth. The Office of Student Conduct holds the education of the student at its philosophical heart. This philosophy defines a structure for the student conduct program which gives students choices for resolving allegations of misconduct. The Office of Student Conduct’s main purpose is to help create a fair and just university community. This system supports the mission of the university through education of students about appropriate conduct and by fostering a community in which academic success can occur.

The Coordinator of Conduct and Community Standards assists the Dean of Students in managing the Student Conduct program:
• Assist the Associate Vice President/Dean of Students with the overall administration of the student conduct program
• Serve as primary conduct officer for incidents involving off campus students and academic misconduct reports
• Serve as primary investigator for cases related to Title IX matters
• Coordinate assessment for Student Conduct and advise on assessment data and its impact on Student Conduct Learning Outcomes
• Assist the AVP/Dean with the selection, training and advising of Student Conduct Committee.
• Coordinate selection and training of University Housing Residential Conduct Board members.
• Provide support to University Housing in various capacities including administrative tasks, planning, operations, events
• Serve on a secondary on call rotation with other professionals who report to the Associate Vice President/Dean of Students

We are not considering candidates who require Visa sponsorship support. Additionally, the university typically only considers visa support for employees placed in specialized positions that are continuing regular university appointments.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’s degree
• Professional experience with student conduct programs on a college campus
• Demonstrated proficiency with a student conduct software/database systems (i.e. Maxient, Symplicity/Advocate, etc.)
• Skill in establishing effective working relationships with students, staff of all levels, faculty, academic personnel, and community organizations
• Excellent communication skills
• Demonstrated writing, presentation, and organizational skills
• Ability to be hyper-focused on details/attention to detail

Preferred Qualifications:
• Master’s degree in college student services administration or related field
• Bilingual speaking and writing skills (Spanish/English or English/ASL)
• Experience working with a diverse group of people
• Experience developing relationships with university community members
• Designing and delivering workshops/programs
• Demonstrated ability to perform statistical analysis

**A criminal background check will be required as a condition of employment

Application Instructions:
You may submit all materials online at

Required application materials (PDF preferred):
1. WOU Employment Application available at
2. Letter of application that addresses each qualification of the position. Please include how your experience, education, and/or training might help us build a more inclusive, collaborative, and diverse community
3. Resume
4. Contact information for three references
5. Copy of unofficial transcripts for highest degree earned

As an alternative, you may also submit application materials to:
S1957, Coordinator, Conduct and Community Standards, Human Resources, Western Oregon University,
345 Monmouth Ave N, Monmouth, OR 97361; OR E-mail to [email protected]; OR fax to: 503-838-8144

Western Oregon University (WOU) is a mid-sized public comprehensive university located in the heart of Oregon’s lush Willamette Valley. The university serves a large number of first-generation college students. WOU has received national recognition for its commitment and success in serving students. The campus is about 20 minutes from Salem, the state’s capital, about 75 minutes from Portland, the state’s cultural hub, and a short drive from the Oregon coast, mountains, and other scenic areas. The university is located in an increasingly diverse, bilingual, and rural area in the Willamette Valley. Our student body of about 4800 undergraduate and 600 graduate students enjoys a vibrant and close-knit intellectual community.

Western Oregon University is an AA/EOE/Veteran/Disability employer and is committed to fostering diversity in its student body, faculty, and staff.'