Hearing and Development Officer for Student Conduct
Dean of Students
Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
The Hearing and Development Officer for Student Conduct assists the
Dean of Students Office in the facilitation of the student conduct
process for violations of the Academic Integrity Policy and Code of
Student Conduct. Primary responsibilities for the Hearing and
Development Officer include investigating reports of alleged
misconduct, meeting with involved parties, issuing appropriate
sanctions and corresponding with University partners as needed. The
Hearing and Development Officer also assists in the development and
execution of workshops and training on the student conduct process
for the campus community as well as educational campaigns related
to promoting the pillars of integrity at NJIT.
- Serves as a hearing officer for informal and formal processes,
including administrative conferences and conduct board hearings as
- Works directly with students, faculty and staff throughout the
duration of the case, directing them to university resources as
- Issues case determinations and sanctions. Conducts follow up
with involved parties as needed to ensure the successful completion
- Assists in the development and execution of an educational
workshop series for students that have violated the Academic
Integrity Policy or Code of Student Conduct.
- Assists in the facilitation of training for students on the
Academic Integrity Policy and the Code of Student Conduct. This
includes training sessions coordinated for specialized populations
including but not limited to first year students, athletes, student
leaders, and faculty.
- Assists in the training, selection and advisement of the
Highlander Integrity Council.
- Assists in the recruitment and training of Conduct Board members
and Campus Advisors.
- Serves as an investigator and/or hearing officer for Title IX as
- Works with the Dean of Students Office and campus partners to
develop programming that promotes safety, accountability and
- Attend major university events.
- Membership on division and university committees.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
- Masters Degree.
- 2 years experience in Higher Education (preferably in Student
Conduct, Residence Life, or related field).
- 2 year experience serving as a hearing officer for policy
- Strong communication and problem-solving skills.
- Understanding of FERPA, Title IX, and Clery reporting.
- At the university's discretion, the education and experience
prerequisites may be exempted where the candidate can demonstrate
to the satisfaction of the university, an equivalent combination of
education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for
success in the position.
As an EEO employer, NJIT is committed to building a diverse and
inclusive teaching, research, and working environment and strongly
encourages applications from individuals with disabilities,
minorities, veterans, and women.
As a Minority Serving Institution and Asian-American and Native
American Pacific Islander Serving Institution, diversity is a core
value of NJIT and we are committed to make diversity, equity,
inclusion, and belonging, part of everything we do. We celebrate
the diversity of our university community and recognize the
cultural and personal differences each member of the community
brings to NJIT. We strive to cultivate an inclusive campus culture
that promotes excellence among our faculty, staff and students.
Building a robust and diverse community is critical to NJIT’s
continuing status as a premier institution of higher education and
a leading polytechnic university.
To apply, visit https://njit.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/5450?c=njit