Duties include: Assist in the coordination of efforts of Student Rights & Responsibilities, a unit of the Dean of Students. Assist in addressing student misconduct that violates the Student Conduct Code in a developmental and educational manner. Assist in the administration of the Student Conduct Code on and off-campus. Assist in providing effective interventions in response to allegations of misconduct. Assist in education of students regarding their rights and responsibilities as members of the University community. Assist in training and guidance of Residence Life staff in addressing misconduct, counseling to change inappropriate behaviors and due process. Assist the department in the filing of charges when responsibility is disputed, conducting formal hearings to resolve the disputed allegations, issue appropriate sanctions and conditions of sanctions; Oversee the administration of the Creative Sanctioning Program/Restorative Justice; Assist the Director in assessment and research initiatives; Assist in providing mediation services to students; Assist in editing and revising all Student Rights & Responsibilities related documents and manuals.
Minimum Qualifications: Masters Degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education, Student Development, Counseling, or related area. One academic year’s experience (professional/ graduate/volunteer) in higher education and student development/student activities with emphasis in one or more of the following areas: Student judicial/discipline, student retention/persistence programs, student volunteer/leadership development, first year experience programs, University Housing or diversity initiatives.
Preferred Qualifications: Prior experience with an investigative model of student conduct; effective communication skills; interpersonal, organizational, and management skills; proven leadership capabilities; demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment; fiscal management experience. Three years professional experience desired.