Georgia Southwestern State University — Coordinator of Student Rights & Responsibilities

Job Summary:
This position fosters student engagement and success by promoting a campus culture of social responsibility, well-being, and safety. This position is responsible for administration of the university’s Student Code of Conduct. This position serves as a primary point of contact for student wellbeing and crisis response. This position is responsible for assisting compliance with federal and state discrimination and sexually harassment laws.

Responsibilities:
Directs student rights and responsibilities programs and services. (50%)

  • Manages student conduct, wellbeing outreach, crisis response coordination, and preventative programs.
  • Administers the Student Conduct Code; coordinates annual conduct code review and updates; administers Student Conduct Code processes.
  • Provides guidance and support for student grievances.
  • Provides advocacy for students with university departments and programs.
  • Serves as a Title IX investigator.
  • Facilitates and coordinates preventive programs related to alcohol and drug abuse, relational violence, and other related behavior concerns.

Coordinates student crisis response activities. (40%)

  • Coordinates student crisis response and behavior intervention team activities.
  • Conducts student wellness checks and follows-up with students after crisis, incidence, and/or personal issues.
  • Assists with onsite response to students in crisis situations.

Provides support for other university programs and activities and other related duties. (5%)

  • Attends university sponsored student programs as appropriate.
  • Advises designated student organizations.
  • Collaborates with colleagues to contribute and support university and DSES priorities and initiatives.

Maintains required knowledge in the field. (5%)

  • Keeps abreast of current best practices related to student conduct, crisis response, and behavior intervention.
  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge and implements best practices related to student development, diversity and inclusion, and student engagement.
  • Maintains thorough knowledge of federal, state, USG, and university policies and regulations related to Student Engagement and Success.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in education, human resources, student services, or a related field; or
  • Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years of experience in student conduct in higher education or with Title IX; or
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience.

Visit www.gsw.edu/Careers to apply.

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