Job Description: The Coordinator plays a critical role in cultivating an inclusive and welcoming campus community as an integral member of the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, supporting the deans and contributing to the overall direction and priorities of the office. The Coordinator provides services and works closely with Brown University undergraduate, graduate, and medical students. The Coordinator manages the office database, record keeping, and administrative functions of the office. Serves as a case manager and hearing officer as needed. The Coordinator also serves in the Administrator-on-Call system offering support to students in crisis as well as coordinating with other offices to ensure appropriate resources are deployed.
- Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline (student affairs, education, sociology, public policy, psychology) or a J.D.
- Two to four years related experience required, preferably in student conduct, student affairs, residential life, law or equivalent.
- Experience in higher education preferred, including: knowledge and experience working with college students in an academically rigorous environment, and experience responding to student crises.
- Demonstrated experience and success working in a multicultural environment with a clear understanding of the issues of diversity and inclusion in both student and workplace settings required.
- Excellent written and oral skills required.
- Ability to utilize technology in the delivery of services and case management required.
- Flexibility to evolve with a changing campus life program preferred.
- Ability to work collaboratively with students, staff and faculty.
- An understanding of assessment techniques used within a student conduct program preferred.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to present and speak before student audiences.
- Ability to work collaboratively and manage complex student concerns.
- Ability to utilize appropriate technology including conduct software; student conduct hearing audio, video, and online devices.
- Understanding of issues of diversity, especially issues of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, and sexuality, and how they intersect with other markers of identity.
- Understanding and appreciation of Brownâ??s curricular philosophy and demonstrated ability to both support student initiative and to encourage more inclusive community and leadership development.
Background Check: Criminal
Recruiting Start Date:2017-02-02-08:00
Job Posting Title:Student Conduct Coordinator
Time Type:Full time
Scheduled Weekly Hours:37.5
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