Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards - Utica College in Utica New York

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Utica College

Utica, New York 13502

United States


Detailed Job Description

The Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards is responsible for overseeing the College’s student conduct system and processes, ensuring a fair and consistent student conduct process that balances the needs of the individual with the provision of a safe and positive educational community. This person will also provide leadership for the College’s efforts to educate students on the value of personal responsibility as members of an educational community by working collaboratively with other members of the College community on programming efforts related to the College’s Code of Student Conduct and other related aspects of student life.
Resumes will be reviewed beginning the week of July 21st.

Job Requirements

Conduct system oversight

o Administration and oversight of student conduct process, including, but not limited to, planning and conducting hearings, generating related communications, recruiting, training and managing hearing board members, administrative hearing officers, and procedural advocates
o Works collaboratively and serves as liaison with students, faculty, staff and members of the larger community in understanding and facilitating the Code of Student Conduct on and off campus
o Provides educational workshops/presentations for students, faculty and staff to provide an understanding of behavioral expectations, increase awareness regarding the Code of Student Conduct and related procedures, and provide alternatives for more successful experiences as a member of the College community
o Assists with the maintenance of conduct database and the preparation of statistical data and other information in the form of reports, presentations, training materials and brochures for distribution to appropriate individuals, programs and departments
o Regularly assesses and revises the Code of Student Conduct, student conduct processes, and makes recommendations regarding related College policies

Administrative responsibilities

o Serves as member of Students of Concern group, Prior Offense Review Committee, and assists with behavioral intervention/threat assessment as needed
o Works with the appropriate College staff and community agencies to meet Clery, Title IX, and Campus SaVE requirements
o Assists in the development and implementation of the objectives and the goals of the Student Affairs Division.
o Attends Utica College functions, including convocation and commencement, and is supportive of College-sponsored events and programs.


o Responds as needed in crisis situations
o Takes an active role in the development of strategic and operational plans as required by divisional leadership. Works closely with supervisor to develop and implement operational goals that support departmental success.
o Responsible for working with supervisor and other team members to achieve successful results on all established individual and departmental goals and key performance indicators.


o At least 5-7 years of progressively responsible professional experience in providing services to students at a residential college or university which includes significant and direct experience in student conduct systems.


o Solid foundation in student development and student learning concepts and theories, particularly in terms of their application and relevance to student conduct.
o Ability to work effectively with a diverse student population.
o Able to analyze complex situations, implement practical solutions and manage crisis situations effectively
o Sound judgment, initiative and discretion in handling highly confidential and sensitive matters
o Evidence of strong organizational skills and attention to detail
o Knowledge of Banner information system and Adirondack Solutions database system desirable.



An employee must work 30 hours per week or more to be considered benefits eligible.

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Keyword Phrases

  • Director of Student Conduct and Community Standard
Employment Type:Administrative Staff
Degree Required: Masters
Experience: 5-7 years
Level of Job: Director
Salary: $50,000 - $55,000
Type of School:4 - Year / Masters Institution
Application Requirements: CV/Resume