The Assistant Director of Student Conduct reports to the Director of the Office of Student Conduct/Judicial Programs Officer within Student Affairs and is a team member of Student Conduct. The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for supporting the daily functioning of Student Conduct in serving as a Hearing Officer and participating in education and programming initiatives designed to meet the needs of the student body and the larger University community. This position requires the exercise of sound discretion in the advising and training of students, faculty, and staff; the implementation of complex University policies; and the recording and collection of data and information concerning students used for reporting purposes at the University, state, and federal levels. This position encompasses a wide variety of crisis response and management, counseling, education, research and supervisory duties in the areas of case and program management, outreach activities, training, and building relationships across the campus community. The position is charged with working as a part of a team that provides leadership and vision for the Honor System and the University Alcohol Policy. This position may be eligible for hybrid or remote work.
Education and Experience:
Master's degree in college student personnel, higher education administration, student affairs, or other relevant discipline. Additional education or training in student counseling and/or judicial/legal affairs.
A minimum of three years of responsible work experience in student conduct. Experience with administrative disciplinary proceedings or prior adjudication experience at a college or university.
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