Full Time 40 hours Grade 052 Office of the Dean of Students Responsibilities The Associate Director works with the Director to oversee and administer the student conduct process at the University of Rochester and to provide leadership and support to the campus around issues of student conduct. In collaboration with the Director, the Associate Director will implement short and long range organizational goals, objectives, plans, annual reporting, and assessment activities. This includes but is not limited to: Conduct System Administration: Investigating alleged student misconduct. Reviewing all reports and assigning cases to the appropriate conduct officer. Serving as a university conduct officer for individual conduct meetings. Coordinating conduct hearings when necessary/appropriate. Create training literature and provide training sessions regularly to the 3 hearing board panels. Monitoring studentsâ™ progress towards completing assigned sanctions. Meet regularly with the other conduct officers to provide guidance and support. Coordinate the appeal process for all appeals that come into the office. Administrative Tasks: Gather and interpret statistical data related to behavior on campus for the purpose of identifying and addressing trends in misconduct and to comply with the Clery Act. Maintaining the Advocate System to ensure it reflects up to date information Respond inquiries regarding discipline records. Community Concern and Bias-Related Incident Report System: Monitor the submission of Community Concern and Bias-Related Incident reports; process and assign reports to the appropriate administrator Gather and interpret statistical data related to Community Concerns and Bias-Related Incidents Supervision: Supervise Student Conduct Coordinator- pending Hire, train, supervise, and evaluate a graduate assistant Develop a comprehensive CSCM-Conduct internship program Select, train, supervise, and evaluate conduct interns Liaison to campus partners: Researching, creating, implementing and continuing the development of educational outreach programs consistent with the Communal Principles of the College. Remain active in regional, state and national professional organizations pertinent to the field. Facilitating trainings, workshops, and presentations regarding student conduct and conflict resolution. Collect information about behavior that may appear in different areas of campus life. Support Conflict Resolution Programs Offered by CSCM: Serve as a case manager and facilitator for mediation and restorative circle cases. Continue to develop the programs offered by the CSCM and make them accessible to all students and student organizations. Regularly Attend: ODOS and CSCM staff meetings; Res Life and CSCM conduct meeting; Student Support Network Meeting Serve on ODOS and University wide committees related to job responsibilities. Qualifications: Master's degree with 2 years in student activity programs; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer 2 years in Student Conduct at the University level preferred.
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