Position Title: Student Conduct Manager (Reg FT)
Department: Enrollment Management
Campus: Allegheny Campus
Additional Information: This position will remain open until filled. However, in order to ensure consideration for an interview, please submit your completed application, cover letter and resume by no later than October 9, 2020. The College cannot guarantee that application materials received after this date will be considered or reviewed. This is an internal only posting for regular part-time and full-time CCAC employees only.
Benefits: CCAC offers an exceptional benefits package. Highlights include an excellent health plan with very low out-of-pocket expense network option, generous time off and holiday pay, a 403b retirement plan with up to 10% employer match or other options through the State’s retirement defined benefit pension system, free employee parking, public service (student) loan forgiveness eligible employer, and employer paid benefits including group life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, and flexible spending accounts, certain conditions or restrictions may apply.
Salary Grade: Admin 15 - $56,912
Job Category: Administrators
Employment Type: Regular Full-Time
Job Slot: 5915
Job Open Date: 9/25/2020
Job Close Date:
General Summary: Implement and administer college-wide processes
for student conduct and lead a collaborative effort to build a safe and
respectful working and learning environment for students through education,
communication and coordination of the college’s policies related to student
degree in Student Affairs/Higher Education Administration or related field and
a minimum of three years experience. Strong leadership and organizational
skills. Ability to understand, interpret, implement and enforce policies and
procedures. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to interact
with faculty, staff, students and external constituents. Demonstrated advocacy
skills to troubleshoot on behalf of students. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to
travel and be housed at any of the College’s campuses or centers and to serve
as backfill at enrollment related events and serve as a representative of the
College at public and private events.
1. Ask. Listen. Solve. Clearances: Current criminal record/child abuse clearances will be required if offered the position and in order to be employed at the College. The three clearances are Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Records Check, and Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Criminal Background Check. The College has provided instructions on how to obtain these clearances and are available here.
2. Participate in conduct policy oversight and student judicial affairs, including complaint and grievance resolution and reporting.
3. Serve as a content expert of both the Student Code of Conduct and the student conduct process.
4. Facilitate the student conduct process by monitoring administrative and hearing functions within the scope of the position.
5. Responsible for interventions with students in crisis, distress and displaying behaviors of concern, from initial meeting through the completion of the Student Behavioral Conduct or other appropriate process.
6. Investigate reports of violations of the Student Code of Conduct and complete appropriate follow up with students, faculty and staff in a timely manner.
7. Utilize appropriate campus and community referrals, conduct follow-up and other efforts to provide thorough and effective education and support for students in need.
8. Coordinate assessment of conduct processes.
9. Manage and maintain conduct database.
10. Adhere to and incorporate into conduct process and protocols requirements of federal guidelines and mandates.
11. Educate the College community by providing statistical analysis, produce and provide reports, distribute general information on trends and research, consult with faculty members, and encourage student involvement in programs that address issues of conduct.
12. Coordinate and deliver Student Code of Behavioral Conduct trainings and workshops and Disciplinary Hearing Board training.
13. Evaluate and recommend improvements for policies, procedures, educational opportunities, and issues of student concern through the College Governance process.
14. Use data to prepare, analyze and submit reports to inform the College leadership of student needs and new opportunities to support students.
15. Assist in the response to inquiries regarding discipline records.
16. Assist with threat assessment in partnership with college constituents.
17. Demonstrate cultural and personal sensitivity, imagination, and effectiveness in problem solving.
18. Collaborate with the Civil Rights Investigator and Title IX Coordinator as appropriate.
19. Coordinate with Executive Director of Safety & Security, or designee, regarding Clery reporting and timely warning as necessary and appropriate.
20. Serve as a liaison to staff, faculty, deans and students for guidance on student policies and processes.
21. Serve as Campus Security Authority as outlined by the Clery Act.
22. Performs other duties as assigned.