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Assistant Director, Student Conduct & Community Standards
Student Conduct and Community Standards at Oregon State University is seeking an Assistant Director (AD) who will support the Director in the development and advancement of the office’s mission, goals and objectives, while providing oversight for the timely review, investigation, adjudication and resolution of alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct.  The AD works collaboratively with cross-functional partners to assess and address emerging student conduct matters and assists with the development and implementation of educational outreach and interventions in response to these trends.
 
Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is responsible for creating and maintaining student behavior expectations as established in the Oregon State University Code of Student Conduct. SCCS accomplishes this responsibility through the design and implementation of proactive conduct related services and programs, educationally focused interventions, fact-finding investigations, implementation of an equitable student conduct system and process and, when appropriate, the assignment of developmentally appropriate sanctions.

The Assistant Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards position is a 1.0 FTE, 12-month appointment, renewable annually at the discretion of the Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards.

Position duties are 55% Administration of the Code of Student Conduct, 20% Office Administration and Staff Supervision, 15% Consultation and Collaboration, 5% Educational Sanctions and Outreach, and 5% Professional Development and other duties as assigned by the Director. This position is a designated Clery Act Campus Security Authority. Typical office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. The duties of this position require weekend and evening work as needed.
Closing Date 8/16/2020
Anticipated Start Date 10/1/2020
  
Position: Assistant Director, Student Conduct & Community Standards
Organization: Oregon State University
Location: Corvallis,  OR 
United States
Salary: $60,000 - $65,004
Posting Start Date: 7/21/2020
Date Posted: 7/21/2020
Requirements
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Master's degree in student affairs, higher education administration, counseling, conflict resolution, or related field from an accredited institution or an equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the required knowledge and abilities.
  • Three years full-time professional work experience in investigating, adjudicating and resolving allegations of student academic and/or behavioral misconduct, and student organizational misconduct within an institution of higher education.
  • Experience managing a caseload using an electronic record keeping system.
  • Experience working with and supporting students in crisis.
  • Experience supervising undergraduate and graduate student staff.
  • Demonstrated experience collaborating with a variety of university and community constituents.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and social justice.
  • Demonstrated advanced communication skills (written and verbal), with an ability to draft precise and concise letters and reports.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze complex situations, exercise sound judgment, and make impartial and objective decisions.
  • Demonstrated ability to advise students individually and in groups on routine and sensitive topics.
  • Ability to work weekends and evenings as needed to manage emergent situations and facilitate presentations and trainings.
  • This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a Criminal History Check and be determined to be position qualified as per OAR 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in Youth Programs may have additional Criminal History Checks every 24 months.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Understanding of and ability to articulate the needs and concerns of all students. This includes ethnic minorities, students with disabilities, women, men, adult learners, international students, and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply theories and research in student development, substance abuse and addiction, due process, and other legal issues in higher education.
  • Demonstrated ability to promote student development, citizenship and civility.
  • Experience with the use of the Maxient conduct database system.
  • Experience adjudicating Title IX cases.
  • Experience developing and facilitating presentations, workshops, trainings, or educational sanctions.
APPLICATIONS, INQUIRIES
Application information may be found at https://jobs.oregonstate.edu posting P03883UF. Documents required for application are 1) Chronological resume including work experience, education, and applicable certifications, 2) Cover letter explaining how you meet each of the required minimum qualifications, professional competencies, and preferred qualifications, 3) The names of at least three professional references, their email addresses and their telephone numbers. Only complete applications will be considered. Posting closes 3/6/2020.  Position related inquiries may be directed to karen.sloan@oregonstate.edu .
Status: This listing expires on: 8/20/2020
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Organization Information
Name:
Oregon State University
Address:
Oregon State University
Student Conduct Office - 150 Snell Hall
Corvallis,  OR 97331
United States
Email:
sccs@oregonstate.edu
Phone:
(541) 737-3656
Fax:
Contact:
Carol Millie