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(Archived) Associate Coordinator for Student Conduct (Student Development Specialist III)

Last Updated: 3/14/22

Job Description

To view full posting and apply: Visit and search for posting number R-045670

Position Responsibilities:

  • Conduct Administration: Assists in the resolution of student conduct cases and other office initiatives, services, and projects. Tasks include reviewing reports for potential violations of the Code of Student Conduct, meeting with students, witnesses, advisors, and other supporters to resolve cases, and assigning appropriate educational sanctions. May serve as panel chair or student conduct administrator as needed. Serves as the point person for the Student Affairs Coordinator, which may include assisting with administrative decisions, reviewing and distributing incident/police reports for staff to charge, and preparing regular reports. Engages in individual developmental and/or educational conversations with students. Appropriately refers to university and community resources and services.
  • Office Leadership: Assists the Student Affairs Coordinator with coordination and supervision of the administrative and program operations of the Student Conduct Office. This includes assistance with oversight of day to day operations, long term strategic planning, program evaluation and assessment, office budget, making administrative decisions, reviewing and distributing incident/police reports for staff to charge, and preparing regular reports. Assists in maintaining positive working relationships with office stakeholders, providing information when appropriate, responding promptly to appropriate requests for assistance, and maintaining a professional demeanor. Assists with office assessment, which includes developing outcomes that meet office, Division, and university goals, developing and implementing assessments, interpreting and communicating findings, and maintaining required documentation of the assessment plan. Serves as representative on Division and University committees and task forces, at events, and to office stakeholders as assigned. Attends and actively engages in office and Division meetings, trainings, and functions. Advances the philosophy of multiculturalism and promotes diversity in staffing, programming and student leadership.
  • GA Supervision: Trains, hires, supervises, and evaluates graduate staff in the Student Conduct Office. Implements strategies relating to high impact learning in alignment with university initiatives.
  • Presentations, Workshops and Training: Provides ongoing training relating to student conduct to staff, faculty, and students. Serves as a resource to provide consultation to University departments, advisors, and student organizations relating to student conduct. Designs, implements, and evaluates presentations and workshops to students, faculty, and staff in alignment with the office mission, which may include Hazing Education Workshops, Ethics and Decision Making Workshops, and other workshops implemented by the Student Conduct Office.
  • Content Knowledge: Stays current on trends in student conduct and new legislation, state laws, federal requirements, and national standards relating to student conduct. Works with supervisor to create and maintain a professional development plan; this may include utilizing campus trainings and/or attending professional conferences directly affiliated with job responsibilities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Salary Range: $45 000.00 - $49 000.00

Required Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Five years’ experience in student affairs work or related specialty area with a bachelor’s degree
  • Three years’ experience in student affairs work or related specialty area with a master's degree

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Attention to detail confidentiality and dependability

  • Knowledge of higher education law as it relates to student conduct

  • Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others

?Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Master's degree

  • Related extra-curricular experience and/or student development experiences

Preferred Other Factors:

  • Active participation in ASCA or related organization

  • Understand and have knowledge of concepts of college student development

Preferred Licenses and Certifications:

  • Mediation Certification

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds

Questions? Contact Jaclyn Upshaw-Brown at

Company Details

College Station, Texas, United States