Associate Director of Student Conduct
The Office of Student Conduct at The University of Tampa has a position available for Associate Director of Student Conduct. This position is a 12-month, full-time position that reports to the director of student conduct & deputy Title IX coordinator for students. The associate director will assist the director in the implementation of the student conduct process, strategic initiatives, and educational programming. The associate director will serve as a hearing officer for violations of university policy. The associate director will be the primary advisor for the student conduct board. Additionally, the associate director will select and train undergraduate students who serve on the student conduct board. The associate director will be the primary university investigator related to student organizational misconduct and also serve as an investigator for sexual misconduct and relationship violence cases. Also, the associate director will be a liaison for preventative educational programming relating to the student code of conduct, Spartan code, and university wellness initiatives.
As a member of the Office of Student Affairs, this position will uphold the values of diversity and inclusion, collaboration, personal responsibility, professionalism and community and citizenship. The work of this position will intentionally align with strategic priorities to advance the mission and vision of student affairs which results in student learning and support for students to grow as global citizens.
1. Adjudicate alleged student misconduct in accordance with prescribed university procedures.
2. Serve as an administrative hearing officer for middle- and high-level individual student misconduct.
3. Serve as hearing board advisor and chair for administrative hearings assigned by the director.
4. Serve as a university investigator for fraternity and sorority organizational misconduct.
5. Serve as a university investigator for sexual misconduct and relationship violence cases.
6. Serve as a university investigator for additional student organization misconduct.
7. Assist the Director of Student Conduct with creating a strategic plan, learning outcomes, and assessment strategies for the Office of Student Conduct.
8. Serve as the primary advisor for the student conduct hearing board.
9. Select and train undergraduate students to serve on the student conduct board.
10. Serve as a liaison for preventative educational programming relating to the student code of conduct, Spartan code, and university wellness initiatives.
11. Assist in conducting and developing training for Campus Safety Officers, Residence Life staff, and incident reviewers as needed on the Student Code of Conduct and disciplinary procedures.
12. Utilize Advocate by Symplicity to process conduct cases, track conduct sanctions and run other reports as necessary.
13. Maintain confidentiality of educational records in compliance with FERPA guidelines.
14. Contribute to a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures and backgrounds.
1. Master's Degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs or related field required.
2. At least three years post master’s degree experience in Student Affairs with at least one year in a full-time student conduct position.
3. At least one year experience in conducting large scale organizational and/or Title IX investigations.
4. Experience with student conduct boards or honor councils.
5. Excellent written, oral, presentation, interpersonal and organizational skills needed as well as the ability to establish priorities and manage time wisely.
6. Educationally based philosophy on student conduct.
7. Basic knowledge of FERPA, Clery, VAWA and Title IX.
8. Knowledge of or the ability to learn quickly The University of Tampa software programs such as Workday and Microsoft Office.
9. Willingness to embrace new technologies and innovative organizational practices.
1. Three years full-time professional experience in student conduct at an institution of higher education.
2. Experience with Advocate by Symplicity conduct software.
3. Experience at small to mid-sized institutions.
For further details and to apply, please visit our website at www.ut.edu/jobs
Applicants should be prepared to attach a cover letter and resume.
The University of Tampa is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.