Assist Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Adair Village, Benton County / Corvallis, Benton County
May 15, 2014

Appointment Type: Administrative/Professional Faculty

Department: Student Conduct 160260 MSA

Position Summary: The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Assistant Director of SCCS position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Director.

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS) is the central coordinating office for student conduct related matters at Oregon State University. SCCS educates the university community about the community standards necessary to maintain and protect an environment conducive to learning. One core purpose is to develop students' academic and social responsibility in integrity, responsibility, community, multicultural competence, and accountability

The Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards collaborates with the Director in the operation and implementation of the university student conduct process in a manner that upholds Oregon State University community standards, FERPA, the Clery Act, Title IX, any other applicable regulatory provisions in a manner that supports student development, and helps maintain the integrity of the University's living and learning community. This position is responsible for supervision of at least two graduate assistants.

Position Duties: 45% Functional Area
Assist with the management of daily operations of the Office Student Conduct and Community Standards.

Investigate and resolve student behaviors alleged to be in violation of the Student Conduct Code, with an emphasis on academic misconduct, student organization misconduct, and discriminatory harassment.

Create and implement restorative justice and mediation components for most student conduct processes.

Record, use, and maintain official University student conduct records according to institutional guidelines.

Present cases to Student Conduct and Community Standards Committee as needed.

20% Leadership
Provide leadership for Student Conduct and Community Standards in the Director's absence.

Serve as an alternate representative for Student Conduct and Community Standards on the Student Care Team.

Act as liaison between OSU Cascades campus and OSU Corvallis campus for student conduct issues.

Position Duties (continued): 20% Supervisory
Supervise two graduate teaching assistants, who will be serving as hearing officers.

Assist with the coordination and facilitation of training and professional development for Student Conduct and Community Standard's graduate assistants.

5% SCCS Assessment: Coordinate on-going assessment to produce information on student conduct and behavioral trends for purposes of strategic planning and proactive/preventative programs and education.

5% Division and Alignment: Full participation in Student Life and Student Affairs meetings, programs, and events.

5% Other as Assigned: Attend and participate in programs and initiatives supported by SCCS. Perform other responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards.

Working Conditions/Work Schedule:

Minimum/Required Qualifications: Master's degree required in student personnel, higher education, counseling, or related field.

Experience in student affairs at the college or university level required.

At least 2 years' experience in a Student Affairs position.

Demonstrated commitment to diversity and social justice.

This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a Criminal History Check and be determined to be position qualified as per OAR 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in Youth Programs may have additional Criminal History Checks every 24 months.

Preferred (Special) Qualifications: Highly developed communication skills (written and verbal) and organizational skills using them with demonstrated success.

Direct experience adjudicating complex cases (i.e., substance abuse & addiction assessment and referral, sexual misconduct, mental health, academic misconduct).

Direct experience collaborating with a variety of university and community constituents.

Direct experience supervising full-time, entry-level staff positions, student staff, and graduate students, when appropriate.

Demonstrated public speaking experience.

Demonstrated ability to relate effectively with students, faculty, staff, and other campus constituents, including a strong understanding of, commitment to, and tangible advocacy of multiculturalism and diversity in its many facets.

Understanding of and ability to articulate the needs and concerns of all students. This includes ethnic minorities, students with disabilities, women, men, adult learners, international students, and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students.

Knowledge of theories and research in student development, substance abuse and addiction, victim's rights and needs, due process and other legal issues in higher education. Demonstrated ability to apply this knowledge to promote student development, citizenship and civility.

Scholarly Outcomes for Position (academic faculty only):

Posting Date: 05-14-2014

For Full Consideration Date:

Closing Date: 06-11-2014

Recommended Full-Time Salary Range: $46,608-$79,308

Posting Number: 0012350

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