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Director of Student Conduct & Peer Education

ANNOUNCEMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION OPENING

POSITION:    DIRECTOR OF STUDENT CONDUCT & PEER EDUCATION
POSITION CODE:   A6766
DEPARTMENT:   
Student Life
MONTHS/HOURS:   Administrative, full-time, 12 months
STARTING SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with experience
AVAILABLE:   Immediately
INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:       12 months
POSTING DATE:   February 21, 2014
APPLICATION DEADLINE:   Open Until Filled

DESCRIPTION: Reporting to the Associate Dean of Student Life, The Director will serve as the central source for information, reports, and analysis regarding all students conduct and peer education matters for Student Life.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Manages the University’s office of Student Conduct, incorporating community and university service programs, population-level alcohol and drug education, a graduate internship in substance abuse counseling, and links with the offices of  Student Health Center, Counseling, Community Service & Learning, Athletics, Residence Life and Housing and Public Safety.
  • Investigates and/or supervises all student conduct complaints and facilitates disciplinary conferences, mandates appropriate sanctions and oversees the resolution of each case, including those which may result in suspension or expulsion from the University.
  • Oversees all assessment of student conduct endeavors and provides support, and/or informal counseling for students, staff, and parents as it relates to conduct matters.
  • Supervises and advises the Peer Review Board; comprised weekly of undergraduate students meeting weekly to hear and resolve Code of Student Conduct violations.
  • Serves as a Deputy Title IX Officer in sex and gender based discrimination and harassment complaints.
  • Chairs the Students of Concern Committee and Behavior Assessment Team and conducts weekly meetings of campus constituents responsible for student body and campus community; including health and wellness initiatives, and alcohol and drug assessments and programing, through service as the Advisor to Peer Education.
  • Manages student conduct records/files, maintains student conduct database software using Maxient; tracks disciplinary and Clery statistics which are reported to Public Safety and ultimately to the public as mandated by Federal Law.
  • Supervises, trains, mentors and evaluates professional staff members (7) who are Student Conduct Officers for their assigned areas. 
  • Tracks campus-wide disciplinary statistics, student conduct issues, evaluates trends of cases and students from year to year, and assists in developing and implementing new policies.
  • Performs other duties as assigned or directed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in Higher Education, Counseling, Education, or related field plus a minimum of three (3) to five (5) years experience working in a similar position required. Successful candidate will possess strong interpersonal, counseling, and excellent communication skills; ability to exercise a high level of independent judgment, perform well under great amounts of stress such as emergency situations and helping students in crisis, discern student behavioral patterns as well as possessing a high level of knowledge pertaining to student development theory, manage multiple tasks/projects; demonstrated history of administrative experience; knowledgeable of University budgeting process and procedures, risk management, sexual harassment, Title IX law and a general knowledge of safety concerns and potential safety hazards, and possess intermediate computer skills. Must be able to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty, staff, and constituencies, with a strong commitment to liberal arts education and adult education.  In compliance with The Americans with Disabilities Act if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed please call (909) 748-8040.

TO APPLY:  Submit cover letter, resume, salary history, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references to apply@redlands.edu or mail to: Human Resources, University of Redlands, PO Box 3080, Redlands CA 92373-0999.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT HUMAN RESOURCES AT 909/748-8883 or www.redlands.edu/jobs.asp

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