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Assistant Director, Housing/Residence Life for Judicial Affairs
Responsible for the management, design and implementation of the student conduct program for students residing in the residence halls. The Assistant Director for H/R Life for Judicial Affairs educates resident students about behavior that is consistent with the aspiration of a higher education; provides departmental training and staff development (in-services, RA class, professional development), facilitates programs related to civic engagement, volunteerism, community and university relations; and oversees management of summer conferences. Twelve-month, live-in position reporting to the Director of Housing.
Meets with students who have allegedly violated the student code of conduct. Adjudicates cases and assigns developmental sanctions as appropriate. Maintains records database on all assigned disciplinary cases, tracks sanctions and conducts investigations as necessary. Assists in the coordination of a mediation program within the department to complement the disciplinary process to serve the university community. Designs/develops and facilitates educational programs and presentations in the areas of student ethical development, oversees conflict resolution and student behavioral issues at the university.
Coordinates summer camp housing. Assists with selection, training, supervision, and evaluation of the RA staff. Other duties as assigned.
Two to three years related experience in Residence Life, Student Conduct or other related judicial affairs position.
Must have working knowledge and experience in student development theory, basic student counseling and current student conduct issues and trends. Demonstrated ability to exercise judgment, independent thinking, and possess analytical/critical thinking skills.
Bachelor's degree required. Masters Degree in Higher Education Administration, College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related field, preferred.
Must be well-organized; have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills; be able to work effectively with co-workers and subordinates and relate to a diverse student population. Prior experience in coordinating and facilitating programs, presentations and training is required. Experience in design, development and implementation of a mediation/conduct program is desirable. *Regular reliable attendance is required. *This position is designated as security sensitive and requires a criminal background check.