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Assistant Director for Residential Student Conduct & Community Wellbeing
Reporting to the Director of Residential Life, the incumbent will be responsible for managing the University’s student conduct process within Residential Life (RL). Specific duties include serving as a designated conduct officer; coordinating with Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS), and training and educational programs regarding conduct processes, residential restorative practices implementation; civility, and safety to resident students and residential life staff; supervision of Conduct Coordinator; recruiting, advising, and administering the Peer Review Council; serving in RL emergency duty rotation; working with SCCS to assess program initiatives and conduct process for residents; student of concern follow-up; working in coordination with the Vice President of Student Affairs Office and SCCS to coordinate interventions addressing resident behavior; and performing other duties as assigned.
Position: Assistant Director for Residential Student Conduct & Community Wellbeing
Organization: University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Location: Baltimore,  MD 
United States
Salary: 65,000
Posting Start Date: 8/1/2022
Date Posted: 6/8/2022
  • Requires a Master’s Degree in Student Personnel Services, Student Development, Counseling, Higher Education, Law or a related area
  • At least 3 years of professional conduct experience is required, with residential life experience preferred
  • A solid foundation in human/student development theory and demonstrated ability to work with a multicultural student population using a culturally competent lens, and experience with mediation and restorative justice is preferred.
Status: This listing expires on: 7/8/2022
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University of Maryland, Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle
Residential Life/Erickson Hall
Baltimore,  MD 21250
United States
(410) 455-2591
Dr. John Fox