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Job ID: 1559 - Unclassified - PT
Under the general supervision of the Associate Director of the Office of Ethics and Student Conflict Resolution (OESCR), the Hearing Coordinator will be responsible for:
* Conducting procedural meetings with students
* Assisting in the preparation for disciplinary hearings, including scheduling, notification of witnesses, and management of technology.
* Providing support to the Director and Associate Director in all aspects of the OESCR judicial process, including meeting with complainants, accused, witnesses and other support persons.
* Assisting with the coordination and execution of board, panel and appearl hearings.
* Regularly working with the OESCR judicial database.
* Other duties related to the efficient and effective operation of the OESCR office, as assigned.
Must possess strong communication and organizational skills, proficiency with PC applications including word processing, database, spreadsheets, etc.; a willingness to embrace new supporting technologies as they emerge or are adopted. Must be comfortable in a fast paced, rapidly changing, and often unpredictable environment. Requires a Bachelor's degree or commensurate background.
Basic knowledge of Title IX and collegiate judicial processes strongly desired. Recent experience in higher education highly desirable. Knowledge of Banner desirable.
Miami University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with smoke- and tobacco-free campuses, is committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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