65% Community Standards and Prevention Education
Develops and implements a full range of outreach and education programming designed to help students maximize their KU experience, accept accountability for their actions, and prevent violations of the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
Collaborates with university partners to plan unique educational experiences designed to support students' ownership of the Jayhawk Values of Unity, Innovation, Inclusion, and Engagement.
Coordinates the university's comprehensive hazing prevention efforts. Develops a multi-year, multi-dose hazing prevention curriculum to address high-risk behaviors within student organizations.
Plans, implements, and assesses Know the Code programs to educate undergraduate, graduate, and professional students on the university's community standards.
Manages Hawk Habits, KU's healthy decision making workshop for students found to be in violation of the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Continually revises content, recruits and trains facilitators, and tracks student participation in and learning through the experience.
Presents student organization workshops on hazing prevention, community alignment with the Jayhawk Values, Student Conduct and Community Standards processes, and other topics as requested.
Trains student organizations and the four Sorority and Fraternity Life governing councils on judicial board best practices and Student Conduct and Community Standards processes.
Researches, proposes, and implements alternative resolution models and creative educational sanctions for students charged with violating the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities, in accordance with national best practices in student conduct administration.
Actively participants in and supports the prevention efforts and educational programming offered by Student Affairs units (i.e., Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center, Sorority and Fraternity Life, Health Education Resource Office, etc.).
Manages the office's social media and promotional efforts in alignment with community standards and prevention education efforts.
Evaluates attainment of learning outcomes and advances best practices in student conduct practice at the university
Attends functions on behalf of the Office of Student Affairs (orientation, welcome events, etc.).
Participates in other committees, task forces, or work groups on behalf of Student Conduct and Community Standards.
25% Student Conduct Administration
Serves as a Hearing Officer for alleged violations of the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
Reviews, evaluates, investigates, adjudicates, and sets sanctions for cases of alleged student misconduct violations in accordance with appropriate University policies and processes.
Maintains records and files of disciplinary cases in keeping with applicable University policies and state/federal laws.
Conducts regular follow-up with students who have not completed assigned sanctions and places administrative holds on accounts when appropriate.
Inputs, maintains, and updates information regarding cases, inquiries, and content in respective databases.
10% Assessment & Review
Administers community standards and prevention education assessment practices and reports findings to Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards for review.
Participates in annual assessment projects that evaluate the efficacy and the learning outcomes of the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards.
Continually monitors best practices in the field of Student Conduct and Community Standards and assists in implementation where appropriate.
Other duties as assigned.
Master's degree by start of employment in higher education, college student personnel, educational leadership, counseling, psychology, social welfare, public health, public administration or related field or a law degree.
Minimum of two years' experience planning inclusive educational programs for diverse populations of college students. Two years as a graduate assistant is equivalent to one year professional experience.
Experience working with student organizations, including sororities and fraternities.
Work experience that required a demonstrated understanding of community programming, leadership development, conflict resolution, and legal issues in higher education.
Excellent written communication skills, as evidenced by application materials.
Previous work experience with public speaking and facilitation skills with individuals and groups.
Previous experience planning and implementing hazing prevention and other prevention or risk management education programs (including alcohol and drug, sexual assault prevention, etc.).
Familiar with referral processes and typical campus resources. Experience providing consultation to university faculty, staff, and administration.
Experience with alternative conflict resolution processes; including, conflict coaching, mediation, and restorative justice.
Membership in Association for Student Conduct Administration.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse population of students, staff, faculty, administrators, and other members of the community.
Experience managing confidential and sensitive information.
Proven ability in assisting students in unbiased reflection on behavior, ethical decision-making, values, and community membership.
Demonstrated ability to analyze complex situations.
Commitment to professional development and professional associations as evidenced by memberships and/or presentations.
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