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Assistant Director Student Conduct (Currently listed as Coordinator Student Conduct)
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is committed to fostering an educational climate that supports the mission of Wichita State University. The Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards will support the mission through educating the campus community and encouraging responsible decision making and appropriate conflict resolution amongst students. The Assistant Director will aid the Associate Director in administering the academic integrity and conduct process as well as provide a developmental and educational context for student behavior.

NOTE: Our office will be working with HR to change this position title over to Assistant Director, however that is not guaranteed and the job title may remain at Coordinator level.  Please keep in mind regardless of the title, the posted salary will not change.  

HR Link to Postinghttps://jobs.wichita.edu/postings/21205
 
Administration of the Academic Integrity Process
-Facilitate the process for academic integrity cases for individuals, as well as track sanction completion
-Conduct educational conversations with students for problematic behavior that may not rise to the level of a violation
-Facilitate Academic Integrity Committee hearings
-Collaborate with faculty on academic cases
Administration of the Conduct Process
-Adjudicate student conduct cases for individuals and student organizations and track sanction completion
-Conduct educational conversations with students for problematic behavior that may not rise to the level of a violation
-Serve as approval authority for Residence Life Coordinator decisions
-Facilitate conflict resolution processes
-Manage assignment of conduct cases through the Maxient electronic database
Assessment
-Create Assessments for Student Conduct and Community standards
-Analyze Assessments for Student Conduct and Community standards
-Conduct a CAS review under the direction of the Vice President for Strategic Engagement and Planning
-Work with the Vice President for Student Affairs to meet Assessment needs for the division of Student Affairs
Education/Outreach
-Serve as a resource and provide education to WSU community regarding University policies and procedures, including the Student Code of Conduct
-Research, design, and implement educational seminars for sanctioned students and organizations
-Manage social media presence and website for Student Conduct & Community Standards
-Facilitate presentations for new students and their guests during Orientation
-Design new and update current resources available to students, faculty, staff, and community members relating to the student conduct process
-Collaborate with campus and community partners on educational efforts relating to alcohol and drug use/abuse and sexual violence prevention
-Assist with training Housing & Residence Life staff and Resident Assistants
-Develop a branding and marketing campaign to increase campus awareness of office services and resources
-Recruit and train Students, Staff, and Faculty for both the Academic Integrity Committee as well as the Conduct Board
Administration & University Service
-Assist Associate Director and Director in strategic planning and assessment initiatives
-Serve on divisional and institutional committees as assigned
-Supervise undergraduate and/or graduate student assistants as appropriate
-Represent Student Conduct & Community Standards at programs and events as needed
-Attend professional development programs,conferences, and trainings to stay current with best practices and training requirements
-Conduct periodic reviews of the Maxient system to ensure all letters, forms, and cases are up to date
-Participate in policy revision processes on an as needed basis

 
Position: Assistant Director Student Conduct (Currently listed as Coordinator Student Conduct)
Organization: Wichita State University
Location: Wichita,  KS 
United States
Salary: 40,000-45,000
Posting Start Date: 8/1/2021
Date Posted: 6/10/2021
Requirements Minimum Education Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of one year working in a higher education setting.
 
Minimum Experience Requirements:
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One year of full-time experience in a student support capacity at a higher education institution (Two years at Grad School counts for one year full time)
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Computer skills including Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel
 
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
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General understanding of the current trends and issues impacting student populations and higher education
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Demonstrated ability to analyze complex situations, determine facts, exercise good judgment, identify solutions, and consistently apply policies, procedures, and laws
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Written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills sufficient to successfully interact with students, large groups, faculty, staff, law enforcement, family members, the public, and other professionals
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Ability to facilitate educational programs and presentations for students, faculty, staff, and community members
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Demonstrated experience in effectively managing highly confidential and sensitive matters and attention to detail
 
Preferred Education Requirements:
Master’s Degree in Higher Education, Educational Leadership, Counseling, Law, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or other related field
 
Preferred Experience Requirements:
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Experience working with conduct software (Maxient, Symplicity, Pave Systems, etc.)
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Demonstrated dedication to the principles and values of the field of Student Conduct Administration with the ability to promote self-responsibility and high ethical standards among students, faculty, and staff
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Demonstrated knowledge of relevant higher education regulations that impact the student conduct process including, but not limited to, FERPA, Title IX, and Clery
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Ability to conduct investigations, document findings, and maintain case files for both academic integrity and conduct cases
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Experience and/or training in forms of conflict resolution including conflict coaching, mediation, facilitated dialogues, and restorative justice
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Familiarity with creating web-based and print marketing materials including various social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
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Knowledge of student organizational conduct processes
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Exposure to best practices in program assessment and evaluation
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Membership in Association for Student Conduct Administration
Status: This listing expires on: 6/25/2021
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Wichita State University
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Wichita,  KS 67208
United States
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kyle.wilson@wichita.edu
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Kyle Wilson