Assistant Director of Student Conduct

Location
Iowa
Posted
05 Jun 2019
End of advertisement period
02 Aug 2019
Ref
90238P
Contract Type
Permanent

The Assistant Director of Student Conduct (Program Coordinator I) will assist in the administration and coordination of Iowa State University’s centralized student disciplinary system for the approximately 36,000 students enrolled at Iowa State University. This position will serve as a hearing officer for varying levels of academic and non-academic student disciplinary cases and is responsible for receiving reports and the investigation and adjudication of student conduct code violations. This position serves as the primary contact for all drug and alcohol violations, as well as acting as the primary contact for the Iowa State and Ames Police Departments, and the primary contact for Greek chapter violations. Additional responsibilities include outreach and education activities along with conducting training sessions for students, faculty, and staff related to university and student policies. This position will serve as the primary contact and administrator for Student Conduct website questions, revisions, and projects.

This position provides support for maintaining a centralized student disciplinary record system; and is responsible for ensuring due process in all student disciplinary processes. This position and must work closely with faculty, staff, police departments, advocates, attorneys, probation officers, parents and families, and other internal and external departments and agencies, while navigating privacy requirements related to sensitive information (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Title IX, etc.).

This position must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, strong organizational skills and attention to detail. This position must have a comprehensive understanding of legal issues in higher education, investigative skills, a high level of discretion, and a thorough understanding of college student behaviors in the university setting. In addition, the abilities to problem solve, work well as a part of a team, and respect confidential information are crucial in this position.