Coordinator, Restorative Practices
James Madison University invites applications for the Coordinator of Restorative Practices in the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices (OSARP). The successful candidate will have primary responsibility for managing the Restorative Practices case load and programs as the Restorative Practices case manager; conduct intake meetings and facilitate processes for Restorative Practices; assist in the marketing and outreach efforts for Restorative Practices both on and off campus; supervise any Restorative Practices student Program Assistants; serve as a main point of contact for OSARP regarding Restorative Practices referrals; assist in the development and facilitation of the Conversations about Conflict sanctioned program.
This is a 12-month Administrative and Professional Faculty position. For more information about the office, please refer to the office website at: www.jmu.edu/osarp.
The Coordinator of Restorative Practices reports to the Assistant Director of Restorative Practices in the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices (OSARP) and has responsibility for the following:
- Participate as a Case Administrator for minor, major, and flexible cases.
- Manage the Restorative Practices case load and programs as the Restorative Practices case manager, including the coordination of Restorative Processes (e.g., circle processes) and all on-campus requests for restorative processes.
- Recruit and train facilitators and participants for restorative processes.
- Hold intake meetings with sanctioned and volunteer participants.
- Partner with the Assistant Director of Restorative Practices to market Restorative Practices and build relevant partnerships on and off campus.
- Partner with the Assistant Director for Restorative Practices on the coordination and facilitation of the Conversations about Conflict sanctioned program.
- Partner with the Assistant Director of Restorative Practices, Associate Director of Case Management, and Director to evaluate referral of cases to the Restorative Practices case load.
- Review language and practices of OSARP through a restorative lens.
- Directly supervise and train Restorative Practices Program Assistants and other student staff as hired.
- Participate as an Advisor/Guide to Reporting and Responding Parties in the Accountability Process, as needed.
- Create and participate in outreach programs and presentations including, but not limited to, Hall Director and Resident Advisor training, Campus Cadet training, Residence Hall programs, programming for Fraternities and Sororities, new faculty workshops, and other campus clubs and organizations as requested.
- Foster positive working relationships with JMU Public Safety, Residence Life, Health Center, Athletics, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Counseling Center and others associated with student discipline on our campus as applicable to the position.
- Serve on departmental, divisional and university-wide committees as applicable to the position.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant Director of Restorative Practices, Associate Director of Case Management, or Director of the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices.
Coordinator, Restorative Practices
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- Master’s degree in Student Affairs or similar field.
- Demonstrated ability to supervise student staff/employees.
- Restorative justice/practices experience, especially in a student conduct setting.
- Conducting case reviews to adjudicate alleged policy violations.
- Collaboration on a team and managing program(s).
||This listing expires on: 8/11/2021