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Department: Student Support and Intervention
Salary/Rate: $43,303 - $49,774 @ 1.0 FTE
Under the direction of the Associate Dean of Students, the Coordinator of Student Conduct performs critical administrative functions that support the Office of the Dean of Students and the Student Support Network. This position is responsible for investigating and adjudicating academic and behavioral misconduct, as well as provision of developmental and educational interventions that promote restoration to positive University standing when possible.
These responsibilities will be performed within the context of providing education regarding community standards and behavioral expectations, engaging in and supporting developmental and behavioral interventions, and promoting a diverse campus culture that fosters student advocacy, civility, collegiality, and responsibility.
Minimum Classification Qualifications:
Master's degree in student development, higher education administration, social work, or related field. Two years of experience in higher education working with student support, student conduct or other behavioral intervention.
Experience with investigations and behavioral intervention, including those related to equity grievance and/or Title IX. Training in the Reid Technique and/or Forensic Experiential Trauma Interviewing.
All Listed Duties:
–Serves as a collaborative team member within the Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS) and the Student Support Network (Behavioral Intervention Team). –Engages students as an educator using educational, developmental, and behavioral intervention. –Establishes intervention efforts in restorative process and practices where appropriate. –Employs the Code of Student Conduct to resolve behavioral concerns when needed. –Prepares written correspondence at all applicable stages of the adjudication process in order to provide due process. –Conducts investigations and collaborates to this end with faculty and staff –Participates with Student Support Network in determining risk of harm to community and/or significant community disruptions. –Assists with interim measures and other administrative actions as directed. –Serves as the point of contact for students who are assigned community service by the Ashland Municipal Court. –Prepares case files for administrative conferences, student conduct boards, appeals, or subpoenas as required. –Assists with annual program assessments and other reports as needed. –Assists with management of the case management database, including the maintenance and disposal of student conduct record files. –Assists in the annual compilation of Clery Act data and the public response commensurate with the content of the report. –Tracks and reports student conduct data and outcomes. –Assists the Associate Dean of Students in revising the Code of Student Conduct as needed. –Represents to Office of the Dean of Students on University committees and at campus functions. –Assists with campus free speech activities and safety monitoring to ensure appropriate notifications, safeguards, and compliance with University policies. –Assist with University events and Student Life activities as needed or assigned. –Attends to research and best practices for behavioral intervention and student conduct. –May be assigned to assist with other investigations, such as Equity Grievance or Title IX.
Training and Education:
–Participates in the provision of training and orientation to staff using the case management database, including hearing officers. –Provides training for students who elect to serve as members of student conduct boards. –Provide support and education to new and current faculty regarding academic misconduct and behavioral intervention. –Provides prevention and other educational programming for campus stakeholders regarding SOU Cares Reporting, Student Support Network, and Community Standards.
–Advises the Dean of Students and the Associate Dean of Students with regard to significant student conduct concerns. –Recruits and advises student conduct boards so that hearing procedures conform to best practices. –Advises students and other stakeholders regarding free speech activities on campus, as well as applicable policies.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Must be willing to travel and attend training programs off-site for occasional professional development.
Must be able to work additional hours and adjust working hours to meet special jobs. May be called back periodically to perform work as needed on an emergency basis.
Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment background check.
Under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): -Position classification defined as “exempt” are not subject overtime -Position classifications defined as “non exempt” *are *subject to overtime
The person holding this position is considered a
Internal Number: 7935
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