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Director, Student Conduct / Clark Student Center
Responsible for providing comprehensive leadership and vision for the Office of Student Conduct including restorative justice programs; alternative dispute resolution programs; student conduct committee training; overseeing and managing the student conduct process and Code of Student Conduct; and providing leadership to the Behavioral Intervention Team. Responsible for Student Center operations including Campus Card (student ID) operations, oversight of the Information Desk, Recreation Center, room scheduling, Campus Master Calendar, and special CSC events. Reports to the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students.
Provides direct management of personnel and operations of the Clark Student Center (CSC). Develops vendor lease agreements, plans capital improvements, and coordinates renovation, construction projects, and capital expenditures for the CSC. Assists in the formulation of immediate and long-range plans for programs and services that foster student development, retention and success and that complement the educational mission of the University. Develops programs and services responsive to the needs of the campus community, including policy formulation, planning, budget and personnel management, counseling, and student advocacy. As chief student judicial officer, hears, adjudicates and follows up on all cases of student discipline. Provides a comprehensive training program for conduct committees and conduct officers. Chairs the Behavioral Intervention Team and provides related training for faculty and staff personnel. Performs other duties as assigned.
Three or more years experience in positions with progressive responsibility in a college or university setting. Experience with student conduct and understanding of applicable legal and regulatory requirements. Demonstrated skill in working with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds. Experience and skill in fiscal, personnel, and facility management.
Knowledge of legal alternatives related to students' rights and responsibilities; an understanding and sensitivity to cultural, ethnic and economic diversity of students and the community; the ability to administer student conduct programs; and a thorough understanding of the legal and regulatory environment of college student affairs. Must have the ability to manage people and resources. Must have knowledge of fiscal and facility management principles and practices. Skill in the use of standard Microsoft office computer and web-based applications.
Master's degree required in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Counseling, Education, or related field.
Requires excellent oral and written communication skills. Must possess strong interpersonal skills and have a commitment to achieving diversity in the University. Requires excellent oral and written communication skills. Serves as Campus Security Authority as outlined by the Clery Act. *Regular reliable attendance is required. This position is designated as security sensitive and requires a criminal background check.