Texas Tech University
About the organization
Texas Tech University is a large public institution and serves over 39,000 proud Red Raiders! Texas Tech University is located in the heart of West Texas where you can experience amazing sunsets, smiling faces, mild weather, year-round cultural festivals and events, and most importantly, the excitement and commitment to excellence of our beautiful University. The City of Lubbock is home to over 300,000 people and is known as the “Hub City”, Lubbock is surrounded by five major highways connecting students and guests to destinations such as Dallas/San Antonio/Houston and even New Mexico! Enjoy a weekend hiking in one of the neighboring canyons, shopping at one of our brand new outlet malls, enjoying an art event, traveling to a nearby mountain resort in New Mexico, or relaxing to live music! No matter your interest, Lubbock has something for everyone!
Learn More About Texas Tech University: http://www.ttu.edu/
Learn More About Lubbock: http://www.visitlubbock.org/
- Investigates and adjudicates cases of individual and organizational Student Conduct, including, but not limited to referrals from student complainants, faculty and/or staff members, the Texas Tech Police Department, University Student Housing, academic integrity referrals and others.
- Creates individualized, educationally-based sanctions, conditions, and/or restrictions for individual students who are found responsible for violating the Code of Student Conduct.
- Assists with coordination of Clery reporting.
- Assists with the investigation and adjudication of University Student Housing referrals.
Assists in the management of the Office of Student Conduct
- Assists with campus presentations, education, and outreach efforts related to the conduct process and the Code of Student Conduct.
- Assists in the development of strategic planning, document creation, panel hearing training, and policies and procedures related to administration of The Office of Student Conduct.
- Assists with the development of annual goals and the annual report specifically related to areas of responsibility and for other programs and services administered through the Office of Student Conduct.
- Assists with annual revisions of the Student Handbook and Code of Student Conduct for final approval through the Board of Regents.
- Assists with maintaining and updating database management software, Maxient.
- Assists with crisis intervention and academic/personal re
- Bachelor's degree in Higher Education, Student Development, Criminal Justice, Counseling, Social Work, or closely related field.
- Three years of related administrative and technical experience. Additional job related education may be substituted for the required experience on a year-for-year basis.
- Master's degree in Higher Education, Student Development, Criminal Justice, Counseling, Social Work, or closely related field
- Experience with Student Conduct Management Software
- Experience adjudicating Academic Integrity matters in education
Required: Supporting documentation to accompany application:
1. Cover Letter
3. Three Professional references (at least one from a current or recent supervisor)
Equal Opportunity Employment
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