- Provide leadership and management for the Office of Community Standards, including all undergraduate and graduate student conduct functions; serve as a decision designee for the Vice President, Learner Success & Campus Life and/or the Dean of Students.
- Manage all investigations and adjudicate student conduct matters involving student organizations (i.e., fraternities, sororities, athletic teams, club sports, etc.).
- Advise the Student Affairs leadership team on all related public policy issues, relevant case law, and professional standards and best practices; ensure that the College's student conduct processes are in compliance with all federal and state legislative requirements including FERPA and the Clery Act; and act as the liaison with the College's General Counsel and Title IX Coordinator on student conduct matters, whenever appropriate and advisable.
- Oversee case management and the case assignment process for all suspected policy violations including academic integrity; ensure that all student conduct referrals are addressed in a consistent and timely manner through appropriate student conduct processes and procedures; utilize adaptive resolution methods including, but not limited to restorative and transformative justice, when appropriate; provide ongoing training and indirect oversight of Area Directors that serve as Hearing Officers.
- In conjunction with the Title IX Coordinator, adjudicate all student on student gender-based misconduct cases; serve on the case management team; and communicate decision outcomes and determine sanctions when a respondent is found responsible for a policy violation.
- In partnership with the Departments of Public Safety and Residence Education, manage and coordinate investigative follow up on student conduct matters; monitor and evaluate college policy enforcement processes and procedures; regularly identify and implement ongoing improvements.
- Serve as a senior-level Hearing Officer for Administrative Hearings and as an appeal officer for Administrative Hearings conducted by other Hearing Officers.
- As part of an annual policy review effort, comprehensively evaluate student conduct processes, procedures, and programs within the Code of Ethics; engage with and solicit input from community members, including students; and facilitate the development and implementation of any recommended policy revisions or changes.
- Develop and facilitate in-service training for student leaders, resident assistants, fraternity and sorority leadership, student athletes, faculty, staff, and other constituents on College student conduct processes and policy.
- Oversee the management of all undergraduate and graduate discipline files and data, including management of and training for the case management database; prepare regular reports of key statistics and identified trends.
- Oversee the sanction compliance process in collaboration with the office's Administrative Coordinator.
- Serve as a case manager for the College's CARE Team and Bias-Related Experience Team. Advise and execute individualized interventions for students to support their personal and academic success.
- Serve as a dean on call member of the crisis team; respond to, or assist, in a campus crisis or student emergency situation; work with medical personnel or emergency services staff to assess students' status and evaluate ability to return to campus; conduct necessary follow-up with Public Safety, local agencies, and/or parents and staff as needed; and assist with coordination, communication, and implementation of emergency response plans and actions.
- Provide individual guidance, advice, and counsel to students related to personal, academic, and community matters; refer when necessary and/or appropriate.
- Oversee development and management of Community Standards' content for the website and student hub.
- Serve on departmental and campus committees as assigned by the Dean of Students.
- Assume additional responsibilities as required.
Assistant Director, Community Standards
Coordinator, Community Standards
Administrative Coordinator, Community Standards
Hearing Officers in Residence Education
Minimum Level of Education Required Master's Degree
Position Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:
- A minimum of 10 years of related experience with a minimum of 5 years of experience in managing staff.
- Must have excellent judgement; strong leadership, diplomacy, and team management skills with the ability to engage others through a participative process, while serving as key decision maker.
- Must have advanced knowledge of student development theory, program development, management, and evaluation.
- Demonstrated experience in student group advisement and development; student and staff training development; and student leadership program development.
- Must have strong knowledge and command of college safety policies, student conduct processes, and related legal considerations in student affairs.
- Demonstrated commitment to working with a diverse and inclusive student body, faculty, staff, and other constituents.
- Must have advanced project and program management and evaluation skills; sound financial and budget management.
- Demonstrated comfort in public speaking and presenting; excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
- Ability to establish and maintain collaborative relationships with faculty, administration, staff, parents and alumni. Special emphasis in the following areas: Public Safety, Student Advising and Success, Glavin, Legal Counsel, Admissions, Title IX, and Alumni and Friends Network.
- Creates an environment where direct reports have the freedom and security to take initiative; deals with complexities with resilience, resourcefulness, and optimism; and appreciates open mindedness, creativity, and agility in thought and tactics.
- Willingness to embrace ideas and changes created by all community members.
- Ability and willingness to solve problems independently; looks for opportunities to take on responsibility; takes thoughtful risks; and effectively acts on new and ongoing initiatives, objectives, and solutions to gain sought-after results.
- Anticipates and effectively handles change; demonstrates willingness to try new skills and challenging tasks; and is flexible in changing conditions.
- Must have strong technology skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint); email communication, database management, and social media.
- Serves as a member of the Dean on-call staff
- Ability to travel on and off campus outside of normal business hours
- Evening and weekend work expected
- Must have had a valid unrestricted U.S. Driver's License for one year, and maintain throughout employment an insurable (as determined by the College's insurer's criteria) or a satisfactory driving record; must successfully complete and pass the College's vehicle training program within the first 60 days of employment; annual or more frequent review of employee's driving record based on the College insurer's criteria; and safety training as required by management.
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