Schedule Information: Monday through Friday with some
evening and weekend responsibilities.
Hours per Week: 37.5
Benefits: Health, Dental, Life & Disability; Sick,
Vacation & Holiday Pay; Personal Business; Harper Tuition
Waivers; and Professional Expense
Work Conditions: Work is primarily indoors and flexible with
meeting students where they are at.
Duties of Position: Provides vision, leadership and
direction for Student Engagement department, Harper’s Early Alert
Team, Student Engagement Communications and Marketing Assistant,
and Student Conduct and Outreach. Oversight of student programs and
initiatives including but not limited to student governance, clubs
and organizations, leadership, multicultural programming. This
position serves as a Title IX Deputy Coordinator. The Associate
Dean is charged with integrating co-curricular programs currently
housed in various departments to create a welcoming, inclusive and
engaging experience for all students through leadership and
collaboration with the Campus Well-Being Collective.
Provides vision, strategic direction, policy interpretation,
implementation, program compliance, leadership, supervision,
support and evaluation for the effective operation of the following
areas; Department of Student Engagement including the Student
Lounge; Student Government; Clubs and Organizations; Veteran and
Military Connected student center and programming; Student Conduct
and Outreach and student engagement communications and
Provides supervision, training, evaluation for all direct reports
in areas of responsibility.
Responsible for development, implementation and assessment of
Harper’s student leadership program; extracurricular transcript;
Campus Climate programming and training in collaboration with the
office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Serves as a Title IX Deputy Coordinator, responsible for
understanding and implementing Harper’s Sex Based Misconduct Policy
and Procedures, responsible for compliance regarding campus wide
Awareness and Prevention programming (Consent, Bystander
Intervention, etc.) As Deputy Title IX Coordinator this role is
part of the Title IX Grievance Team and p role(s) include but are
not limited to Investigator, advisor and Hearing Panel member. This
position will be trained in all aspects of the Title IX Grievance
Student Conduct/ Outreach
Provides oversight and direction for the student conduct and
outreach program including but not limited to student/faculty
rights, campus resources and reporting, classroom behavior
Student Behavioral and Threat Assessment Team (HEAT)
Under the guidance of and in cooperation with the Dean of Students,
the ADOS leads the Harper Early Alert Team (HEAT), including:
ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations for
Behavioral intervention and threat assessment teams on college
campuses; oversight of case management and records, maintaining up
to date procedures, ensuring members are trained annually and on an
ongoing basis, and have access to resources, approving formal
recommendations to the Dean of Students on behalf of the team, and
responsible for submitting the HEAT end of year report in
collaboration with the Student Conduct officer.
Responsible for the development, administration, implementation and
assessment of the annual Campus Well-Being Collective programming
model in partnership with Harper Wellness and other campus
departments, Oversees and ensures campus wide collegiate programs,
diverse programs and events that meet the broad interests and needs
of multicultural students; provides opportunities for students to
explore cultural identity in a safe and inclusive environment as
well as campus climate programs and trainings.
Provides leadership and guidance for the Department of Student
Engagement Clubs and Organizations, Veteran and Military Connected
Student Center and program.
Works in collaboration with the Director of Student Engagement,
faculty advisors and their respective Deans on club supervision,
budget administration and end of year report evaluation.
Administers and leads allocation process for budget including
Actively supports the College initiatives focused on the
recruitment, retention, academic success, and graduation of
students of diverse and under-represented backgrounds and works to
enhance the quality of under-represented students’ college
experience through programming and leadership experiences. In
collaboration with the office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,
this position develops college practices and spaces that create a
diverse and inclusive learning environment.
Provides direction and guidance on all marketing and communications
for Student programming and outreach including but not limited to
campus well-being collective, Harper Happenings, club &
Organizations, student conduct programs.
Responsible for development, administration, implementation and
assessment of Harper’s Student Leadership programming
Serves as lead co-advisor for Student Government
Responsible for oversight and administration of all student
engagement budgets and allocation of all the student activity fees
budget in consultation and collaboration with appropriate
representatives of the student body, Academic departments and the
Dean of Students. This responsibility includes the annual tri-month
budgeting process and weekly approval of all student
Serves on Shared Governance Committee(s) by administrative
position. Serves as the Building A administrator. Responsible for
Student Engagement functions in the absence of the Dean.
Responsible for other duties as assigned.
Educational Requirements: Master’s degree in college student
personnel, higher education leadership or related area
Experience Requirements: Minimum five years of progressively
more responsible experience in student life, advising student
clubs, student conduct, multicultural programming, and student
leadership. preferably at the community college level. Evidence of
work experience incorporating a global perspective and demonstrated
commitment to issues of diversity in higher education. Demonstrated
intercultural knowledge and competence.
Application Review Date: Applications are accepted until the
position is filled though priority will be given to applications
received on or before: August 23, 2021
Requir ed Documents: ***A resume and cover letter
are required to complete the application process***
* Official transcripts required upon hire
* Employment is contingent upon Criminal Background Check.
* Employment sponsorship is not available.
Harper College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to
create an inclusive learning and working environment where
individual differences and identities are respected, valued and
embraced. We encourage women, people from historically
underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities and veterans
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