We are seeking a Coordinator of Student Conduct who plays a critical role in cultivating an inclusive and welcoming campus community as an integral member of the Office of Student Conduct & Ethics. As part of the Student Conduct team, the Student Conduct Coordinator meets with students to address behavior that conflicts with university policies and expectations by providing both accountability and support to foster students' ethical development, resilience, and overall well-being.
The Coordinator resolves conduct matters through informal and formal resolution processes, including explaining students' opportunities in each process, determining responsibility, sanctioning, providing ongoing feedback to students regarding educational assignments, and connecting students to relevant resources. The Coordinator serves as a conduct administrator for a variety of cases including but not limited to residential misconduct, off-campus misconduct, academic ethics, organizational misconduct, etc.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Serve as a conduct administrator for informal and formal processes, including agreed resolution meetings and administrative hearings
Utilize relevant theory, literature, research, and best practices.
Relevant knowledge areas include, but are not limited to: First Amendment, hazing, conflict resolution and alternative resolution, due process and fundamental fairness, higher education law, diversity and inclusion, Title IX, Violence Against Women Act, Clery Act, other applicable Civil Rights laws and regulations and state laws, student welfare, safety and security, student development, cultural competence, ethical development, social identity development, leadership development, community building, social justice, restorative justice, conflict resolution theory, motivational interviewing, and related theories of human motivation, change, and development.
Review complaints, conduct intake meetings, consult with key partners, interview involved parties, and facilitate alternative resolution when appropriate, either through informal or formal mechanisms.
Work closely with campus and community partners to ensure cases are resolved in an equitable, consistent, and educational manner.
Coordinate formal hearings for other conduct administrators, including scheduling, meeting with students and advisors for pre-hearings, identifying policies, and ensuring timely resolution.
Assist in the creation and management of conduct records in keeping with applicable university policies and state/federal laws.
Advise students on rights and responsibilities in the university community.
Manage correspondence to students, faculty, and staff.
Under the direction of the Associate Director and Assistant Director, assist with recruitment and training of the Student Conduct & Ethics Board(s) on an annual basis.
Provide pro-active education/coaching on ethical development conflict resolution, and other topics, as needed.
Serve on committees as appropriate.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):
Bachelor's Degree required. Master's Degree in Student Affairs, Higher Education, or related field preferred.
Three years' experience in student affairs division in higher education; additional education may substitute for experience.*
* JHU Equivalency Formula: 30 undergraduate degree credits (semester hours) or 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.
** Applicants who do not meet the posted requirements but are completing their final academic semester/quarter will be considered eligible for employment and may be asked to provide additional information confirming their academic completion date.
Special Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities:
Strong writing and verbal communication skills.
Knowledge of federal laws, state laws, and mandates including Title IX of the Higher Education Act, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, American Disabilities Act, Higher Education Act of America, Jeanne Clery Act, and the Drug-Free Schools Act.
Experience working in an institution of higher education, especially in a student affairs role.
Awareness of the current issues in higher education.
Ability to thrive and bring order and direction to ambiguous situations.
Demonstrated ability to work independently, exercise discretion and mature judgment and manage multiple priorities at once.
Ability to work well with a variety of people in assessing system strengths and weaknesses.
Strong organization and time management skills.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to partner cross-functionally with other departments.
Ability to collect, analyze, interpret, evaluate, and summarize data.
Maintain the highest levels of confidentiality with all student academic and nonacademic records.
Flexible, highly skilled, and independent position able to handle other appropriate matters as assigned.
Classified Title: Student Life Administrator Working Title: Coordinator, Student Conduct Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MC Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with experience Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F, 8:30am - 5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Homewood Campus Department name: Student Policy & Compliance Personnel area: University Student Services
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