1. Serve as Secretary of the Student Conduct and Community Standards Committee. Oversee assessment, investigation and disposition of complaints and information concerning possible violations to the undergraduate regulations. Develop and evaluate all processes and regulations to ensure that they are fair and equitable and free from any forms of bias. Coordinate work of fact-finders and engage outside fact-finders. Engage in systematic planning and assessment of the office's functions as well as disposition of cases. Track trends, generate and analyze reports and statistics and examine comparisons with peer institutions. 2. Maintain, update, revise the Undergraduate Regulations and educate the Yale community about these standards. 3. Develop, implement and monitor processes to work with student groups and organizations around regulations and compliance issues. 4. Develop and implement outreach to students, faculty and staff concerning undergraduate regulations and awareness of conduct and community standards, and promote positive citizenship. 5. Develop and implement alternative means of educating students about academic integrity issues. Collaborate with academic affairs and FAS dean's office to engage faculty in broad education about these matters. 6. Collaborate with campus partners to develop and implement programming and educational initiatives regarding prevention and the fostering of a sense of community. Work with Office of Campus Climate and Culture on educational and preventative programs regarding alcohol and drug use, Title IX issues, etc. to address issues beyond the student conduct process. 7. Advise/counsel undergraduate students (charged students, students reporting misconduct, witnesses, etc.), faculty members, deans, parents and others of undergraduate procedures generally and as applied to specific cases. Work proactively with residential college deans and others on how to interact with these processes and how to best support students. Ensure transparency and foster confidence in student conduct processes. 8. Explore and propose changes to regulations and disciplinary processes that focus on education and personal development. Lead with an eye toward innovation, making recommendations and implementing new practices and processes, as appropriate. 9. Establish, maintain and enhance positive working relationships with diverse members of the Yale College community to accomplish goals. 10. Serve on boards and committees such as Students of Concern, transport board and similar groups. Serve on a variety of committees and take on special projects. 11. Stays abreast of current developments in student conduct and higher education administration, and maintains a professional network of educators through contacts and membership or association with local, regional and national professional associations and organizations. 12. Take on other duties as assigned.
Preferred Education: Proven experience in working with students, faculty, academic administrators. Knowledgeable about issues in student affairs and student conduct. College teaching experience preferred.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Proven experience in working with students, faculty, academic administrators. Knowledgeable about issues in student affairs and student conduct. College teaching experience preferred.
Required Skill/ability 5: Ability to supervise professional and/or student staff.
Posting Position Title: Asst Dean, Student Conduct & Community Standards
Required Skill/ability 3: Demonstrated excellent organizational and project management skills.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Asst Dean of Student Affairs Yale Coll
Required Skill/ability 1: Direct experience with student affairs, student conduct and/or student judicial processes. Demonstrated cultural competence and proven effectiveness in serving the needs of a diverse student population.
Required Skill/ability 4: Superb interpersonal, communication and conflict resolution skills, and capacity to work collaboratively and independently. Superb advising skills.
Required Skill/ability 2: Ability to maintain the strictest levels of confidentiality and adherence to the highest ethical standards. Excellent and mature judgment.
Advanced degree and at least four years of experience in student conduct and higher-education administration.
Internal Number: 54778BR
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Yale University is an American private Ivy League research university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, the university is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.