High energy, creative and ethical individuals are invited to apply for the dynamic and growing role of Associate Director for Student Conduct & Title IX Coordinator at Shenandoah University.
The Associate Director for Student Conduct (ADSC) is a full-time benefitted position in the Dean of Students Office and directly reports to the Dean of Students. The ADSC administers all aspects of the student conduct process and supports the Dean. In order to maintain and promote the university’s standards for its community, the ADSC works closely with colleagues across campus, including administrators, faculty and staff such as members of the Department of Public Safety, the Athletics Department and the Office of Residence Life. The ADSC provides direct supervision of the Community Conduct Council (CCC), coordinating member selection and training for the CCC. The ADSC serves as a case manager who tracks student conduct cases, statistics and educational sanctioning. The ADSC serves as a conduct officer and adjudicates high-level violations of the student Code of Conduct.
The ADSC also serves as a member of the Care Team and the Threat Assessment Team, providing education and training to the campus community regarding student conduct practices. The ADSC participates in an on-call rotation for advising Residence Life staff regarding the handling of high-level campus conduct violations and crisis management. The ADSC also serves in the investigation and adjudication processes of Title IX investigations involving student cases. The ADSC has the primary responsibility for developing and executing the Shenandoah University’s Title IX compliance efforts with Title IX, Campus SAVE Act and the Clery Act. The ADSC works with the deputy coordinates in Human Resources and Athletics for Title IX monitoring, receiving and investigating Title IX complaints. The ADSC trains, selects and coordinates the Sexual Misconduct Hearing Panel that hears formal complaints. The ADSC plays a key role in the strategic planning and vision for long-term programming, enhancing campus climate around Title IX compliance, sexual assault prevention, gender and domestic violence, stalking and education efforts.
To accomplish the goals of this position, the Associate Director for Student Conduct must be knowledgeable about university policies and procedures, crisis management, threat assessment, restorative justice practices, educational sanctioning, higher education law, Title IX and student development theories and best practices. The ADSC is a unique position able to educate and inspire students as they develop their decision-making skills.
The successful applicant must have:
- a master’s degree
- a minimum of four years working in a campus setting
- experience working in student conduct
- experience facilitating training workshops
- the ability to work with a diverse student population
- superior judgment with the ability to manage highly sensitive and confidential communications
- a strong work ethic and passion for justice
- competence in technology and proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- an understanding of the value of educational sanctioning
- excellent decision-making abilities
- experience working with and mentoring students
- strong interpersonal skills with the ability to remain neutral
- prior crisis management and or threat assessment experience
- ability to work evenings and weekends as required
- Preferred Qualifications:
- Juris Doctor degree
- ATIXA Certification
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Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.
Questions about the position should be directed to Dean of Students, Sue O’Driscoll at (540) 545-7399 or email@example.com. For more information about Shenandoah University, go to www.su.edu.
Shenandoah University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation.
Location/Region: Winchester, VA (US)