Loyola University Maryland is seeking to hire an Assistant Director of Student Conduct. This position will work with the Director of Student Conduct and the Department of Student Life.
Summary: Provide direct support for the administration of all aspects of the Loyola University Maryland student conduct process. Work closely with faculty, staff, administrators, campus organizations, Campus Police, and legal counsel as needed to maintain and promote the community standards both on and off campus. Directly supervise graduate assistants and manage peer conduct board. Collaborate with Office of Student Life and External Affairs to address off campus student behavior and concerns. Serve in an emergency on-call rotation. May serve as a Messina mentor.
Duties: -Adjudicate and manage weekly caseload of infractions of the Community Standards, including high-level incidents. Recruit, select, train, and advise the Peer Conduct Board. Attend weekly meetings with Campus Police and assist in the coordination implementation of investigations. -Provide ongoing training and assistance to campus partners including RAs, Graduate Residence Coordinators (GRC), and hearing officers with regard to their roles in enforcement and adjudication of the Student Code of Conduct. -Collaborate with colleagues to provide educational resources for students on the Community Standards, alcohol education and peer education. -Participate in ongoing professional development related to student conduct to remain informed of current laws and best practices. -Maintain conduct records and the conduct software program database. -Oversee the conduct process for off-campus students; work with Administration to address the behavior of off-campus students; help facilitate neighborhood relations. -Oversee the collection of addresses for all off campus students. -Orient off-campus students to living off campus and communicate with them regularly regarding living in community off campus.-Adjudicate cases of off campus policy violations. -Directly supervise the graduate assistants assigned to the Office of Student Conduct (Peer Conduct Board, camera review, administrative paperwork, student follow up, etc.). -Lead and participate in trainings, staff meetings, in-services, and one-on-one meetings. -Support both the departmental and divisional goals focused on diversity and inclusion-Provide training and resources to campus community on restorative justice. -Complete intake meetings with harmed parties and parties who have caused harm and initiate restorative practices to address individual and community harms. -Provide support and respond to crisis situations and student concerns. Serve in the on-call duty rotation. Meet with students as needed and provide referrals to University resources. Report student concerns through appropriate channels. Follow up with students as directed by Office or Divisional leadership.
Master's degree and 1 to 3 years of related work experience.
Knowledge of student development theory and student conduct practices, including sanctioning. Demonstrated ability to adjudicate student conduct processes. Demonstrated ability to implement restorative practices. Knowledge of Title IX and current federal regulations and mandates around sexual misconduct. Ability to respond to a myriad of emergency and/or on call situations.
Demonstrated ability to support and advocate for underrepresented students as well as creating opportunities dedicated to developing students' understanding of identity development, privilege, oppression, social justice, bias, and/or inclusive language/actions.
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