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Student Conduct Coordinator

College of Lake County
Illinois, United States
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
May 15, 2023

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Student Conduct Coordinator

Internal Position Title: Student Conduct Coordinator

Posting Number: S02250

Department:: Student Life

Position Type: Staff

Job Family: Professional

Under the direction of the Dean of Student Affairs, the Student Conduct Coordinator is on the leadership team within the Division of Student Affairs. The coordinator leads the college-wide student conduct system. In addition, the coordinator manages institutional risk in the adjudication of cases, conducts training and outreach, provides consultation on student conduct issues, and assures compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The coordinator is responsible for student conduct procedures for students to create and support through holistic student development support within a social justice student development framework centered on preparing students to be caring, socially responsible citizens in our global and local community. The coordinator will interpret College policies, will assist in analyzing and reviewing policies and protocols, serve as the chair of the CLC CARES Team, gather effective data, and help make protocol decisions when needed.

As a member of the leadership team within the Division of Student Affairs, the Student Conduct Coordinator collaborates and cooperates to create leadership and intercultural competence opportunities to support student learning and development.

The College of Lake County (CLC) offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits that currently includes BlueCross/BlueShield of Illinois health, Delta dental and Superior vision insurance plans, tuition support for employees and qualified family members, three retirement plans, disability, group and supplemental life insurance, health and dependent care flexible spending account plans, a four-day work week in the summer (Fridays off!), generous vacation, sick and personal time off and 14 paid holidays each year.

CLC is a comprehensive community college located in northeastern Illinois committed to being an innovative educational institution providing life-changing paths for our students by offering exceptional learning experiences.

We not only include Diversity in our values but we demonstrate it in our hiring of Staff and Faculty. CLC has earned national recognition by Achieving the Dream as a Leader College based on our intentional work to improve key student milestones that correlate to student completion.The college is widely recognized for student success, business and community partnerships and for the achievements of our faculty, staff and alumni.

Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Student Administration, Higher Education Administration, or Educational Leadership, Social Work, Law, or related field.
  • Five (5) years of related experience in coordinating and administering disciplinary hearings for student code of conduct violations.
  • Experience with a case management database platform, Maxient preferred.
  • Knowledge of policy and compliance development in an educational setting.
  • Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality.
  • Demonstrated recent collaborative leadership experience.
  • Possess excellent organizational and project management skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities.
  • Possess strong critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills, and acumen.
  • Demonstrated abilities as an effective and exceptionally skilled communicator, specifically as it relates to verbal, written communication, and active listening.
  • Demonstrated strong personal integrity, ability to form effective partnerships, ability to collaborate with others, and work in a team environment consistent with the College of Lake County values.
  • Demonstrated success using inquiry and evidence to inform decision-making, short- and long-term planning.
  • Proven commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion proactively demonstrated through the ability to work effectively and collaboratively with persons of diverse cultures, language groups, identities, and abilities; demonstrate sensitivity to and ability to work with the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Desired Qualifications:
  • Experience developing educational programs.
  • Experience coordinating and administering disciplinary hearings for student code of conduct violations in a college or higher education environment preferred.
  • Mediation training and/or certification.
  • Bilingual in Spanish / English.

Posting Date: 05/12/2023

Closing Date:

Expected Start Date: 06/20/2023

Special Instructions Summary:

Pay Rate: Salary, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment are highly competitive and will be commensurate with the candidate’s background and experience.

Full-Time/Part-Time: Full Time

Location Grayslake

Total Hours Per Week: 40.00+

Work Schedule:
Monday - Friday (8am to 4:30pm)Some Evenings and Weekends may be required

Software Testing Required: None

Interview Process Requirements: Presentation

EEO Statement:
The College of Lake County is an equal opportunity employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, it seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including minorities, women and people with disabilities.

Summary of Essential Functions:
Operations and Community Outreach (60%)

  • Investigate and resolve student ­related complaints referred to the Dean of Student Affairs Office, conduct and document investigations, advise students of their rights and responsibilities.
  • Coordinates student disciplinary actions and sanctions with campus partners.
  • Advise staff and faculty members to consistently implement the College’s student conduct process.
  • Participate in departmental training, retreats, and in­-service workshops.
  • Assess the effectiveness of the conduct process as well as the educational efforts of the office.
  • Assist in identifying students with special counseling or skill development needs and coordinate referrals to appropriate resources and agencies.
  • Revise, update, and author policy and procedures and other documents.
  • Represent the Dean of Student Affairs Office during administrative hearings held by the Student Conduct Hearing Board.
  • Ability to conduct a team audit through NaBITA standards.
  • Document referrals in the case management system and provide initial follow-up.
  • Understand basic threat assessment protocols and interface with all CLC departments.
  • Assist with educational outreach and initiatives through student community standards.
  • Responds to student crises and emergencies in conjunction with the CLC CARES Team to include referrals to appropriate medical and/or mental health professionals.
  • Train staff and administrators on the Maxient case management system.
  • Develop, maintain, and present training to students, faculty, and staff, and ensure they are knowledgeable of CLC’s Student Rights and Responsibilities Procedure.
  • Provides guidance to CLC staff, faculty, and students and formalizedresentations training and p regarding student conduct policies and processes, student grievance and disciplinary procedures, academic integrity, changes to procedures, and other related matters.
  • Represent the Dean of Student Affairs Office at College functions that require training or orientation to departmental or student conduct matters.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate outcome options (including group outcomes, workshops, classes, and online technology).

Strategic Leadership and Project Management (30%)
  • Review and follow up on CLC police reports and Incident Reports promptly.
  • Maintain confidential Student Conduct files.
  • Serve on selected college committees.
  • Chair the CLC CARES Team with the ability to bring the team in line with NaBITa standards of practice.
  • Implement a collaborative management approach, in which diverse opinions and perspectives are brought seamlessly together to problem-solve.
  • Assist with tracking the progress of case management plan goals and overall compliance.
  • Send routine communication and templated directives and respond to inquiries.
  • Prepare agenda and documentation for CARES Team meetings.
  • Ensure protection of student records in accordance with FERPA.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication and customer service skills.
  • Provide advice, consultation, and support in the development of college-wide policies and procedures, and responses to issues and trends affecting campus.
  • Maintain conduct records and understand procedures for disclosure and access.
  • Provide values-driven leadership to build and contribute to high-performing teams that provide excellence in customer service through innovative, creative, and collaborative practices to all units and campuses within the College and the external community.
  • Implement the strategic plan, develop a collaborative student-focused and community-focused culture, assure fiscal viability of the department, uphold policy and procedures, proactively lead talent performance and talent development, and build community relations as a collaborative partner on the Leadership Council and within a shared governance structure.
  • Champion the values of excellence, purpose, integrity, compassion, unity, and inclusion as a leader of the College. Support student and employee success by demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, socio-economic, or educational backgrounds.

Personnel Management (5%)
  • Coach, mentor and develop employees across all departments, divisions, and units of the College in collaboration with leaders throughout the College.
  • Encourage and support personal and professional development and learning, well-being, and work-life integration.

Other (5%)

  • Participate in strategic and/or functional cross-departmental teams, senates, committees, and councils as supported by or at the request of the division or unit leaders.
  • Participate in professional associations/organizations and educational activities that enhance subject matter expertise and leadership competencies, knowledge, understanding, and interpersonal skills. Remain knowledgeable of the current state and federal laws, regulations, and best practices in the field of appointment ensuring the College’s policies, procedures, practices, and programs conform to laws and regulations and align with the mission, vision, values, and strategic goals of the College.
  • Perform any and all other duties assigned that support the mission, vision, values, and strategic initiatives of College of Lake County and goals of the department, division, and unit of appointment.

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