Assistant Director of Student Conduct

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Assistant Director of Student Conduct 20122154 Full-Time Regular 12 June-May 40 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Position Summary Information

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The Assistant Director of Student Conduct supports Elon University’s honor system and the educational initiatives and daily operations of the Office of Student Conduct by assisting with the development, implementation, and assessment of processes, programs, and services to support individual student well-being and development while balancing the safety and needs of the university community.

The Assistant Director serves as an administrative hearing officer and investigator for social policy violations involving complex or serious dynamics, conducting thorough investigations and compiling comprehensive reports. This position serves as a student conduct case manager by coordinating adjudication and maintenance of social policy cases for the university. The assistant director also serves on the university Title IX investigation team and organizational investigation team.

Bachelor’s degree required. Completed master’s degree in higher education, student personnel, counseling, or related field strongly preferred.

higher education, student personnel, or related field and/or a professional degree in law,

Completed bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of experience required. Completed master’s degree in higher education, student personnel, counseling, or related field and 1-2 years of experience (including graduate assistantships/apprenticeships) in student conduct or a related functional area in higher education strongly preferred.

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This position has supervisor responsibilities.

Strong interpersonal, organizational and counseling skills. Ability to mediate complex and sensitive situations with multiple constituents. Experience developing and implementing goals and strategic planning. Ability to collaborative with others outside ones department to achieve desired outcomes. Experience supervising and developing professional staff and students.

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03/02/2022 No

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The Assistant Director of Student Conduct supports Elon University’s honor system and the educational initiatives and daily operations of the Office of Student Conduct by assisting with the development, implementation, and assessment of processes, programs, and services to support individual student well-being and development while balancing the safety and needs of the university community.

The Assistant Director serves as an administrative hearing officer and investigator for social policy violations involving complex or serious dynamics, conducting thorough investigations and compiling comprehensive reports. This position serves as a student conduct case manager by coordinating adjudication and maintenance of social policy cases for the university. The assistant director also serves on the university Title IX investigation team and organizational investigation team.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Case Management and Administration

  • Assist as a case manager for allegations of social policy violations for the university, oversee case creation, adjudication, and maintenance for incidents referred to the Office of Student Conduct on- and off-campus
  • Assist with administrative tasks such as front desk management, working with student staff members, preparation for the Call to Honor, etc.
  • Review incident reports determining appropriate formal or informal response
  • Coordinate case management meetings with residence life professionals and graduate staff
  • Investigation and Resolution

  • Serve as a primary investigator of allegations of social violations of the Honor Code and Code of Conduct of a complex or serious nature
  • Serve as a member of the Organizational Incident investigation team
  • Facilitate and contribute to initiatives that support the completion of department, division, and institution goals and priorities,
  • Monitor students’ progression and successful completion of assigned sanctions
  • Develop and implement developmental actions (sanctions) such as restorative practices, alcohol and drug education, ethical and values-based actions, and reflection
  • Development and Training

  • Design, implement and assess educational and restorative sanctioning, workshops, and programs that serve to facilitate personal growth and development aligned with Honor Code
  • Develop active and passive educational programming materials for campus partners that serve to educate students, faculty, and staff about the Honor Code
  • Provide ongoing student conduct training and guidance to Residence Life professionals and student staff
  • Assist with the training for residence life professional staff, student staff, and honor board members
  • Assessment:

  • Generate monthly, semester and annual reports related to student conduct cases
  • Assist the director in crafting the mid-year and end-of-year report
  • Assist the director in assembling the annual security report (Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act) as related to student conduct
  • Assist with the creation, implementation, and evaluation of assessment, benchmarking, and research projects
  • Assist with coordinating the operationalization of the Honor Code and the Student Code of Conduct, including the development, implementation, and assessment of policies and procedures
  • Contribute to the regular review and revisions of the Honor Code, Student Code of Conduct, and associated policies and procedure
  • Division of Student Life

  • Serve as an on-call administrator with the Student Life Emergency Response Team two to three times each year
  • Create and maintain strong partnerships with University departments, including Residence Life, Student Care and Outreach, Dean of Students office, Athletics, Campus Safety and Police, Title IX, Student Involvement, Campus Recreation and Wellness, among others.
  • Assist with campus-wide special events, convocations, commencement, Family Weekend, opening week activities, etc.,
  • Serve on various assigned division and university committees and task forces
  • Other related duties as assigned by Associate Vice President of Student Life/Dean of Students, Assistant Dean of Students, and Director of Student Conduct
  • Completed bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of experience required. Completed master’s degree in higher education, student personnel, counseling, or related field and 1-2 years of experience (including graduate assistantships/apprenticeships) in student conduct or a related functional area in higher education strongly preferred. Other important skills and experiences for success include:

  • strong interpersonal, organizational, communication skills
  • demonstrated experience building partnerships and relating effectively with a diverse range of constituents and stakeholders
  • experience working with diverse populations and commitment to inclusion and equity
  • attention to detail and ability to quickly compose professional written correspondence
  • ability to collaborate and demonstrate skills in designing, implementing, and evaluating educational, developmental, and restorative interventions
  • commitment to student development, wellness and teamwork
  • ability to take initiative and plan, organize, coordinate, and perform work in complex situations where competing priorities exist
  • demonstrated knowledge of legal issues in higher education including those associated with student conduct processes in private colleges
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    Elon University has built a national reputation as a premier student-centered arts and sciences university that values strong relationships between students and their faculty and staff mentors. Elon is ranked among the top-100 National Universities by U.S. News & World Report, with a No. 1 ranking for excellence in undergraduate teaching and No. 9 for innovation. Global engagement is central to Elon’s experience and the Institute of International Education has ranked the institution No. 1 in the nation for study abroad for 16 straight years.

    In addition, Elon is the only university in the nation ranked in the top-20 by U.S. News for excellence in all eight academic programs “Focused on Student Success.” Elon’s more than 7,000 students prepare to become the resilient, ambitious and ethical leaders the world needs, putting their knowledge into action on campus, in the community and around the globe.

       
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