Student Conduct Manager

Coe College

Cedar Rapids, IA Education & Training / Human Resources
The Student Conduct Manager is a full-time professional staff member in Student Development. The Manager is responsible for the administration of the College’s student conduct process, including the student sexual misconduct process under the supervision of the Dean of Students. The Student Conduct Manager provides training for College investigators, review panel members, Residence Life, Safety & Security staff who administer the policies and procedures of the conduct system in Residence Life and Student Development. The Student Conduct Manager offers alternative forms of dispute resolution, when appropriate, and coordinates all aspects of the student conduct and sexual misconduct processes. The Student Conduct Manager may serve as an advisor to student organizations related to student conduct. The Student Conduct Manager serves on the on-call rotation and assist in crisis response as needed.

Essential Job Responsibilities:
●Student Conduct
  • Coordinate and oversee student conduct and student sexual misconduct process
  • Delegate conduct cases to appropriate staff members
  • Review policies and procedures on a regular basis to ensure best practices are in use
  • Investigate incidents and make decisions on student responsibility (conduct) and facilitate review panel to make decisions on student responsibility (appeals and sexual misconduct)
●Training and Education
  • Recruit and train investigators and review panel members
  • Educate students and employees about the student conduct policies and processes
  • Integrate prevention efforts into student programming
  • Serve as expert on student conduct and sexual misconduct process trends and topics
  • Serve as advisor to student groups related to conduct and sexual misconduct
●Crisis Response
  • Respond to difficult and/or crisis situations as needed as a member of on-call team
  • Use and train others to use online conduct software (Symplicity Advocate)
  • Maintain detailed and accurate records of all conduct issues
●Master’s degree in higher education, student personnel, counseling, or a related field with student conduct and Title IX experience at the time of hire preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience with conduct management software desirable.
●2-4 years of Title IX and student conduct experience preferred.
●Proficiency in written and oral communication.
●Strong computer skills, including spreadsheet/database and word processing.
●Successful completion of a background check in accordance with Coe College policy.

Knowledge, Skills and Competencies:
Position Specific:
●Demonstrated commitment to and understanding of inclusion, multiculturalism, and social justice issues including their impact on student conduct and policies.
●Candidate should display a commitment to community development and programming.
●Demonstrated attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
●Sound judgment and decision making, with empathy, sensitivity, and flexibility in dealing with student problems and situations.
●Demonstrated compassion and competence in difficult situations.
●Willingness to work with a team and accept various levels of responsibility.
Coe Competencies:
  • Dedication to the educational mission of a private, residential liberal arts college.
  • Ability to maintain positive relationships in a collaborative and diverse team atmosphere.
  • Commitment to excellent customer and/or student service.
  • Demonstrated ethical and responsible decision making. 
  • Consistent attendance and accountability necessary to meet position objectives.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
●Frequent late and weekend hours are expected
●Ability to respond to issues that occur outside typical working hours
●Ability to navigate residential buildings on campus, including stairs.
●Ability to occasionally lift up to 25 pounds.
●Ability to occasionally drive students to off-campus sites.
●Typical office setting – stationary for several hours at a time.
●Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Job ID: 67445

Posted 23 days ago

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