Overview The Office for Community Standards (OCS) is a small office with staff members who work closely together to evaluate, respond, and adjudicate possible violations of the Student Conduct Code, which is a University of Minnesota Board of Regents Policy. OCS assists in reviewing policies and procedures that give the University a fair system of student discipline focused on educational and developmental strategies to resolve student conduct matters. The unit provides consultation and outreach to many members of the University community regarding issues related to student conduct including academic dishonesty.
Position Summary: The Student Conduct Coordinator (SCC) will process disciplinary cases, including maintenance of documentation related to the cases. The SCC will meet with undergraduate students to discuss reports of misconduct, and follow up on any action needed to resolve cases. The SCC will have the opportunity to work with students, staff and community members and occasionally observe campus committees addressing student development issues.
Primary responsibilities include: The individual in this position will: • Review and respond to incident reports of student conduct code complaints. • Meet informally with students and use student development theory to offer appropriate educational outcomes. • Assist in special projects related to educating students about the student conduct code and discipline procedures. • Maintain student conduct files in accordance with office standards, institutional policy and relevant laws. • Assist in administration of the Academic Integrity Matters (AIM) program. • Perform other duties as assigned.
Appointment Term: Academic Year 8/30/21 - 5/29/22 Work Hours: Approximately 10-14 hr./week Work Days : To be determined Department Head: Sharon Dzik, [email protected] Campus Location: 211 Appleby Hall East Bank Salary: $20/hr.
Required Qualifications High school diploma or equivalent Currently admitted/enrolled in a graduate program focused on student development, higher education administration or other comparable graduate program.
Preferred Qualifications • Undergraduate work experience in a college student affairs position (such as student conduct, student activities, student advising, or other student facing positions.) • Strong commitment to a profession in student development. • Experience in a multicultural environment. • Strong oral and written communication skills including listening skills.
• Knowledge of FERPA and the commitment to maintain confidentiality.
Internal Number: 341813
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