Residential Conduct Coordinator
The Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (OSCAI) at
Old Dominion University is accepting applications for the
Residential Conduct Coordinator (full-time, 12 month) position.
This position will assume primary responsibility for coordinating
the resolution of referrals from Housing and Residence Life (HRL).
Other duties include: implement programming and assessment
initiatives that promote a culture of personal and academic
integrity within Residence Life; serve as a Conduct Officer for
academic and nonacademic violations of the Code of Student Conduct
and assist in the general administration of the student conduct
Required Education: Master’s degree in student affairs, higher education, law, psychology, sociology or other related field from a regionally accredited institution.
Required Qualifications: Prior experience adjudicating student conduct cases as a student conduct officer or conduct board member/advisor. Knowledge of applicable legal issues and best practices related to student conduct and conflict resolution. Attention to detail and exceptional oral and written communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with students, faculty, and academic affairs administrators. Ability to plan, implement, and assess new programs and initiatives. Sound decision-making skills and ability to exercise independent judgment. Comfort with and demonstrated commitment to diversity and fostering a collaborative multicultural environment.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience in residence life or housing which can be as a pre-professional or undergraduate. Experience with Maxient’s Conduct Manager software. Prior attendance at the Donald D. Gehring Academy for Student Conduct Administration.
Review Date: The initial application review date for this position is November 5, 2020 and will remain open until filled.
It is the policy of Old Dominion University to provide equal employment, educational and social opportunities for all persons, without regard to race (or traits historically associated with race including hair texture, hair type, and protective hairstyles such as braids, locks, and twists), color, religion, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), national origin, gender identity or expression, age, veteran status, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation or genetic information. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.