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The Student Development Specialist II is responsible for assisting in the resolution of student conduct cases and other office initiatives, services and projects. Tasks include administering the student conduct code; assisting with office assessment; assisting with office presentations and trainings; and the creation, development, and implementation of educational workshops and sanctions. This position will also participate as a member of Division of Student Affairs task forces and committees as assigned.
Facilitate the resolution of student conduct cases and other office initiatives, services and projects. Tasks include reviewing reports for potential violations of the Student Conduct Code, meeting with students, witnesses, advisors and other supporters to resolve cases, and assigning appropriate educational sanctions. Serve as panel chair or student conduct administrator as needed.
PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS:
Design, implement, and evaluate presentations and workshops to students, faculty, and staff in alignment with office mission. This may include Ethics & Decision Making workshops, Hazing Education Workshops, and other workshops facilitated by the Student Conduct Office.
Assist with office assessment. This includes developing outcomes that meet office, department, and university goals, developing and implementing assessment, interpreting and communicating findings and maintaining required documentation of assessment plan.
Provide ongoing training relating to student conduct to staff, faculty and students. Serve as a resource to provide consultation to University departments, advisors, and student organizations relating to student conduct.
STAKEHOLDERS AND LIAISING:
Assist in maintaining positive working relationships with office stakeholders, providing information when appropriate, responding promptly to appropriate requests for assistance, and maintaining a professional demeanor.
Serve as representative on Division and University committees and task forces, at events, and to department stakeholders as assigned. Attend and actively engage in Department and Division meetings, trainings, and functions. Other duties as assigned.
Engage in individual developmental and/or educational conversations with students. Appropriately refer to university and community resources and services. Assist with oversight of students who have been assigned community service hours, which includes seeking community service projects, documentation, and communication with offices and staff.
Stay current on trends in student conduct and new legislation, state laws, federal requirements, and national standards relating to student conduct. Work with supervisor to create and maintain professional development plan; this may include utilizing campus trainings and/or attending professional conferences directly affiliated with job responsibilities.
OTHER DUTIES: Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- One year of experience in student affairs work or related specialty with a bachelor‘s degree. No experience required with a master’s degree.
- Master’s degree in Student Affairs or related field.
- Related extra-curricular experience and/or student development experiences with a master’s degree.