University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign — Student Conduct Coordinator, Office for Student Conflict Resolution

Primary Position Function/Summary
Responsible for supporting the community standards of the university by participating in the administration of the student discipline system and assisting Office for Student Conflict Resolution deans with outreach, assessment, alternative conflict resolution services, bias incident response, and sexual misconduct investigations.

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Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Conduct disciplinary investigations and administrative hearings in response to alleged violation(s) of the Student Code by individual students as well as student organizations (including fraternities and sororities) and, when appropriate, issuing formal sanctions up to and including Conduct Probation.
  2. Assist OSCR deans in completing assessment projects, marketing and providing conflict resolution services, and processing reports of bias-motivated behavior.
  3. Participate, under the supervision of an OSCR dean, in the investigation of alleged violations of the university’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.
  4. Investigate, under the supervision of an OSCR dean, alleged violations of the Student Code that fall under the jurisdiction of the subcommittees of the Senate Committee on Student Discipline, prepare any involved parties for a formal hearing where appropriate, and present the results of investigations directly to the faculty and student members of the subcommittees for adjudication.
  5. Educate students, faculty, and staff regarding services available through the Office for Student Conflict Resolution by presenting to university groups and departments upon request, developing new outreach opportunities, and marketing these opportunities to the appropriate populations.
  6. Work closely with OSCR deans to develop and provide comprehensive training to all members of the university’s disciplinary committees.
  7. Collect, analyze, and organize OSCR data for annual reporting, media responses, FOIA request responses, and legally required statistical reporting.
  8. Work with OSCR staff to arrange and manage formal hearings of the Senate Committee on Student Discipline and its subcommittees.
  9. Facilitate Office for Student Conflict Resolution’s ethics workshop for students who have been found responsible for violations of the Student Code. This program is offered ten to twelve times per academic year to as many as twelve attendees at a time.
  10. Other duties as assigned which may include serving in Emergency Dean On-Call Rotation.

Skills Expected
Understanding of the role of student conduct processes in a public university setting. Knowledge of student development theory. Knowledge of higher education case law and federal laws governing student conduct processes. Ability to prioritize work and successfully perform duties independently. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse student population.

Required Qualifications

  • Master’s degree or Juris Doctor degree.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and providing educational programs to students in a higher education setting (as a graduate student or as a professional).

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s degree preferably in higher education, counseling, or related field.
  • Demonstrated experience adjudicating complex student disciplinary matters in a higher education setting (as a graduate student or as a professional). Demonstrated experience working with students in crisis situations. Experience managing highly confidential and sensitive matters.

Appointment Type and Start Date
Regular twelve month, 100% academic professional appointment with a salary of $45,000.00/year. Comprehensive background checks, which may include but not be limited to a criminal conviction information check, will be conducted. The position is open and available immediately after the closing date.

Application Procedures
All candidates must complete an online profile through in a timely manner for consideration. Please upload the following required documents: resume, a cover letter, and the names and email addresses or phone numbers of three professional references by February 19, 2020. All requested information must be submitted for your application to be considered.

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