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ROLLINS COLLEGE Assistant Director, Community Standards & Responsibility  Orlando, FL  Posted: 6/12/2021
Job Description

Job ID#:

33

Job Category:

Student Affairs


Primary Job Responsibilities

Serve as a conduct educator and adjudicate alleged violations of College policy.
Coordinate the training and advising of additional conduct educators at the College to support the function of Community Standards and Responsibility.
Prepare and maintain accurate and thorough records on all judicial cases.
Meet with the Director to review case load, assign cases for adjudication, and ensure that all cases are resolved within an appropriate time frame.
Assist the Director in the coordination of the hearing process for alleged violations of College policies by student organizations.
Educate students and parents about Rollins College community standards.
Communicate with parents (and other relevant parties) regarding student behavior in accordance with FERPA guidelines.
Represent the Office of Community Standards and Responsibility on pertinent committees, task forces, and projects.
Supervise, support, and mentor the Graduate Assistant for Community Standards and/or other college staff who are trained to hear conduct cases.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Community Standards and Responsibility and/or the Dean of Students.

 
Job Requirements

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor"s Degree required.
Minimum of one (1) year professional work experience in higher education.
Experience adjudicating alleged violations of College policy and holding students accountable for their behavior.
Experience training hearing officers and other relevant training and advising experience.
Knowledge of relevant case law and best practices related to student conduct.
Strong organizational, communication, writing skills, and computer skills.
Ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships across campus with special attention to Dean of Student Affairs, Residential Life & Explorations, Campus Safety, Center for Inclusion and Campus Involvement, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and Counseling and Psychological Services.
Ability to interact effectively and respectfully with students, faculty, staff, and families in order to establish and maintain good working relationships.
Ability to analyze complex situations and to make sound judgments and decisions.
Ability to effectively communicate and present information to large groups of people.
Ability to meet strict deadlines, prioritize tasks, and work independently.


Preferred Qualifications:

Master"s Degree.
Student conduct experience in a higher education setting.
Knowledge of FERPA and the Clery Act.
Experience working with Banner and Maxient software.




 

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