Student Integrity Coordinator
Job Title: Student Integrity Coordinator
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 222101
Job Summary Coordinate actions associated with allegations of misconduct as defined through the Student Code of Conduct and Academic Honor Code. Promote understanding of and compliance with those Codes. This position will interact on a consistent basis with: Office of Student Integrity leadership and staff, faculty and students. This position typically will advise and counsel: students. This position will supervise: NA.Responsibilities <html><b><u>Job Duty 1 - </u></b>
Adjudicate academic and non-academic allegations of misconduct.
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Develop and coordinate implementation of communications promoting understanding and compliance with the Student Code of Conduct.
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Advise student advisory and programming student group, Honor Advisory Council in their review of allegations.
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Maintain accuracy of documents, information, and resource on the office of Student Integrity website.
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Provide input to the Associate Dean in advising conduct hearing panels.
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Develop and maintain reports related to actions and programs of the Office of Student Integrity.
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Advise the Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet, the judicial branch of the Georgia tech Undergraduate Student Government Association.
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Perform other duties as assignedRequired Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Four to five years of job related experience
Additional Preferred Qualifications
Skills associated with direct judicial experience at Masters level is preferred
Preferred Educational Qualifications
Master's Degree in Student Development, Higher Education or related field
This job requires abilities in providing specialized student advice and counsel as well as knowledge of student affairs related judicial review processes. Abilities in communications, organization and use of office and specialized computer applications is required.