University of California, Santa Barbara Housing, Dining & Auxiliary Enterprises
Location: Santa Barbara, California
Type: Full Time
Required Education: 4 Year Degree
Salary: $60,125 - $69,750/yr
Student Conduct Administration
Internal Number: 22885
Residential & Community Living is responsible for the overall student life program in eight residence halls and nine apartment complexes (10,000+ residents) with a focus on student development and leadership programs, a residential curriculum approach, and conduct and accountability. In addition, R&CL is responsible for resident placement through University and Community Housing Services.
Under the general supervision of the Residential Student Conduct Manager and the Assistant Dean of Students/Associate Director of Student Conduct, the Conduct Officer is charged with the responsibility of articulating and educating the Housing and Residential Communities on resident policies, procedures and community standards. The Conduct Officer:
Develops and implements programs for Lead staff, resident assistants and student-residents on Residence Hall/Apartment Living community standards
Assists in the investigation, adjudication and general resolution of cases referred to Resident Student Conduct (Housing) and the Office of Judicial Affairs
Maintains and updates the curriculum for HDAE Personal Responsibility and Fire Safety courses. Leads/co-leads the facilitation of these courses throughout the academic year
Serves as an institutional contact and referral point for students, parents and clients who have questions and concerns regarding the judicial process.
Co-advises and trains the Peer Review Board
Responsible for maintaining the conduct case management database/system (Advocate)
Responsible for the coordination of conduct hearings and restorative justice circles
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience working in a confidential environment.
Experience adjudicating a student conduct caseload with strict adherence to due process procedures.
Outstanding interpersonal skills in working with college students; para-professional counseling skills required.
Strong analytical and computer skills for the collecting, coding and recording of disciplinary files.
Outstanding administrative and organizational skills.
Master's Degree, preferably in Higher Education, Counseling, or other related field.
Experience in a 4-year college/university
Special Conditions of Employment
Mandated reporting requirements of Child Abuse
Mandated reporting requirements of Dependent Adult Abuse
About University of California, Santa Barbara Housing, Dining & Auxiliary Enterprises
UCSB Housing, Dining & Auxiliary Enterprises provides housing and associated residential life services for UCSB's undergraduate student, graduate student and faculty population. While the majority of functions at UCSB operate during the traditional “40-hour” workweek, HDAE operates on a 24-hour daily basis throughout the year. The scope of the services offered can be compared to those of operating a small city. The business of HDAE involves the entire range of services associated with the administration of that small city, including physical and capital planning, maintenance and upkeep, community supervision and safety, and support services.