Louisiana State University invites applications for the position of Case Manager for Student Advocacy & Accountability (SAA). Reporting to the Assistant Director of SAA working with conduct, this position assists in the interpretation and administration of the Code of Student Conduct. The Case Manager serves as a hearing officer in cases addressing alleged violations of the Code, manages the University Hearing Panel process, runs reports to analyze data and to increase efficiencies within the department, and assists with department assessment initiatives. Through their work in SAA, the Case manager will help promote the divisional priorities of Quality, Mattering & Belonging, and Inclusion & Access.
60% Case Management: Accountability adjudication, including, but not limited to, issuing charges, conducting administrative hearings, investigating and adjudicating academic and behavioral misconduct cases, student organization cases, assist with appeal processes, and overall case management.
20% Project Management: Manage University Hearing Panel process, to include recruitment, training, and logistics for hearings. Work on special projects that may include policy development and review, assessment efforts, coordinating communication with campus constituents, review of documents utilized with external/internal partners, LSU CARES initiatives, participate in on-call rotation for emergencies, assist with the Student Gate in Tiger Stadium during home football games, and other duties as assigned.
20% Education & Trainings: Manage and develop academic resources, assist in running reports to analyze data in order to increase efficiencies, conduct trainings and presentations on behalf of the department, and assist in the supervision of Graduate assistant/practicum students.