The Director of Student Conduct serves as the primary non-academic student conduct administrator. This individual manages the Office of Student Conduct and administers the Code of Student Conduct applicable to all students. The Director of Student Conduct oversees the student conduct process including, but not limited to, training conduct pool members, advisers, and conduct officers, administering the hearing board process, chairing cases, managing the student conduct database, supervising the investigation of alleged violations, reporting of conduct incident statistics, and meeting with students and parents. This position closely collaborates with students, parents, TUPD, HRL, General Counsel's Office, Student Health Center, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Programs, the Office of Institutional Equity, the Newcomb Tulane Undergraduate college and academic departments related to alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct. Evening and weekend work is required.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Sensitive to values of cultural and ethnic diversity Excellent oral and written communication skills Excellent organizational, time management skills, and problem-solving skills Familiarity with student conduct processes on a college campus
Required Education and/or Experience
- Master's degree in student affairs, higher education, counseling or a Juris Doctorate 3 years previous supervisory experience
- Doctoral degree in student affairs, higher education, counseling or law and policy Minimum 5 years experience working in student conduct including complex and/or highly visible cases such as hazing or sexual assault; alternatively five years of progressive experience working in an environment with high exposure to conflict resolution and legal issues. Experience with fraternity or sorority-based processes Knowledge of legal issues facing higher education, particularly Title IX and related legislation Knowledge of federal legislation impacting student conduct such as Title IX, FERPA, HIPPA and the Clery Act Experience using Maxient, or other Student Conduct Database Experience with alternative forms of dispute resolution such as mediation and/or restorative justice Experience with complex budgets Experience with assessment and annual report writing
This position is classified as "exempt, salaried" and is assigned to pay grade 27. Tulane offers a variety of options to enhance your health and well-being so that you may enjoy more out of life now and in the future. Learn more about Life at Tulane as well as our Benefits and Pay. See our Candidate Resources to learn more about our hiring process and what to expect.
How to Apply
This position will close on the date it is filled.
All candidates must apply via Tulane's job website, to be considered for the position.
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