Director, Student Conduct
Student Affairs Admin
$50,900 - $84,800
Student Affairs at Auburn University is seeking candidates for the position of Director, Student Conduct. The Office of Student Conduct implements the Code of Student Discipline and is responsible for processing non-academic violations of University policy. Students receive due process through the use of University panels and administrative hearings. The Office also addresses violations of University policy in organizations, including Greek organizations. This Director of Student Conduct reports to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. Duties include, but are not limited to: Providing vision and leadership for the Office of Student Conduct; supervises the Coordinator for Student Conduct and Case Manager; overseeing and managing the student conduct process; collaborating with Division and University partners to create, implement, and track educational sanctions; chairing the Division's Critical Incident Response Team, responding to serious injury and death of students; maintaining student conduct files; recruiting, training, and managing the student disciplinary board; collecting and utilizing assessment data to enhance process and report student behavioral trends; promoting and marketing the Student Code of Discipline; conducting assessments and implementing necessary programmatic and policy changes; developing and maintaining relationships and clear lines of communication with the Auburn City Police, University Office of Public Safety, and Office of Risk Management; managing game day alcohol violations on site during football season; representing the Division and Office of Student Conduct on the University's Threat Assessment Team; participating in the Division's Team of Directors; and supporting the Division of Student Affairs on university-wide initiatives by serving on or chairing various committees. Full supervisory responsibility for professional staff members is a major responsibility and includes training, evaluating, and making or recommending pay, promotion or other employment decisions.
A Master's degree from an accredited institution in higher education administration, counseling, or a related field and three years of experience in higher education administration, student programming, or student life. Employer will consider advanced degrees in lieu of experience. Knowledge of student conduct principles and practices is required. The selected individual must be able to think strategically and provide leadership to the Office of Student Conduct. Applicants must submit a complete application that consists of a letter of interest stating applicant's qualifications and experience for this position, and a current detailed resume' including names and phone numbers of three references. Only complete application materials will be considered for selection.
Familiarity in creating and implementing educational sanctions, budgetary experience, and a student-centered philosophy. Experience creating, implementing, and tracking innovative educational sanctions is highly desirable, as is experience with crisis response protocol.
Job Class Code
Administrative Grade 34 and above
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Auburn University - 13 months ago
Auburn University (AU or Auburn) is a public university located in Auburn, Alabama, United States. With more than 25,000 students and 1,200...