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23 Sep 2022

Full-Time Coordinator for Conduct and Wellbeing

University of Northern Colorado – Posted by UNC-DoSA Greeley, Colorado, United States

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About University of Northern Colorado

Founded in 1889, as the State Normal School of Colorado and tucked between the Rocky Mountains and Colorado’s stunning high plains, the University of Northern Colorado has grown from its roots as a teacher’s college into an institution with international draw and status.

UNC is a public doctoral research university that strives to cultivate the unique potential of each of its approximately 9,000 students and is positioned to advance knowledge through discovery because of its just-right size, expert faculty and tradition of research and hands-on learning. By immersing students in innovative teaching and research methods in the classroom and in the field,

UNC provides its students with an exceptional educational experience. UNC’s talented and dedicated faculty are housed in its five colleges: Education and Behavioral Sciences; Humanities and Social Sciences; Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business; Natural and Health Sciences; and Performing and Visual Arts.

Acclaimed for its expertise in a broad array of academic disciplines, UNC offers more than 100 undergraduate programs and 120 graduate programs on campus, off campus and online. Undergraduate students study in a liberal arts tradition that supports them in exploring broadly, making connections, thinking critically, and using what they learn to make a difference in the world around them. UNC also offers more than 60 extended campus programs throughout the state and online, meeting an increasing demand among adult learners and working students in industry-relevant disciplines. Of UNC’s 120 graduate programs, almost half are taught at satellite locations or online. Research, scholarship, and creative works are essential components of academic life for both faculty and students at UNC. Many undergraduate degree programs require a research experience and most graduate programs require a thesis, capstone project, or dissertation. UNC faculty purposefully connect research and teaching by bringing what they learn from their research into the courses they teach and by inviting students to join their work. Faculty and student work on research, scholarship, and creative works focuses on knowledge creation as well as the application of knowledge to solve real world problems. Surveys of current and former students show that they value these relationships and see them as one of the primary benefits of attending UNC.

There is no typical UNC student. UNC prides itself on being a university where students do not have to conform in order to belong. Whatever their unique talents may be, UNC helps students reach their fullest potential. The university prepares students not only to have successful careers, but also to lead fulfilling lives, engage in intelligent public discourse, participate in government, and thrive in a changing, global world. UNC has a long history of serving students who are often underrepresented at research universities. More than 40% of UNC undergraduates are the first in their family to go to college, one third are underrepresented minorities, and more than one-quarter are eligible for federal need-based financial aid.

Linked to our community since we were founded in 1889, UNC is an important part of the Greeley community and works to actively foster a collaborative and mutually beneficial relationship with our city and its residents. Greeley is a warm and welcoming place and a location we are proud to call our home. Recently ranked as the fourth fastest growing Metropolitan Statistical Area in the United States, Greeley is a community on the move where a robust economy offers a number of enriching opportunities to residents of all ages.

Our Direction: Rowing, Not Drifting 2030
Our strategic plan, Rowing, Not Drifting 2030, brings to life our vision for the university which takes shape in the form of our vision statement, five vision elements, and outcomes that serve as the foundation in support of and in service to UNC students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community. It guides the work of our five phases over the next decade, as well as the implementation of our supporting key actions and tactics.

The five vision elements that serve as our foundation are:

  • Students First: We exist to transform the lives of our students. We focus on all aspects of their success by making intentional decisions to meet their needs and the needs of our community.
  • Empower Inclusivity: The diversity within our university and state is a distinct advantage that we celebrate and nurture. We ensure learning occurs through meaningful discussion of shared and different experiences, viewpoints, and ideas.
  • Enhance & Invest: The success of students relies on a healthy and strong team. We provide our staff and faculty with the support they need to succeed as professionals, educators, and in life. We foster an environment where their individual well-being and sense of belonging are vital to our collective success.
  • Innovate & Create: Learning occurs through critical inquiry, discovery, and creation. We leverage technology and capitalize on opportunities to innovate and improve instruction. We anticipate and address societal needs by transforming the campus into a creative laboratory that asks questions, solves problems, and shapes Colorado’s future.
  • Connect & Celebrate: Strong community connections provide authentic learning experiences and reciprocal partnerships and collaborations. We set the standard for how engaged universities enrich the lives of those on campus, throughout Colorado, and beyond.

Our Imperatives: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
UNC is dedicated to strengthening and advancing our collective work related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and we aspire to become a Hispanic Serving Institution. As a diverse team, we develop and learn more together. We value the individuality of each person and recognize how diversity enhances our campus. When you join the UNC family, you can expect to be part of a growing inclusive, innovative, and equity-minded community that expects intentional collaboration among faculty, staff, students, and local partners.

Physical Demands

This position requires daily use of a computer for work and online meetings. The position requires resilience, a high energy level, the ability to manage stress and multi-task. Frequently, there is a need to be available during non-traditional office hours.

Job Summary

The Coordinator for Conduct and Wellbeing is a position responsible for enhancing the educational environment by responding to and resolving student issues and concerns initiated by students, parents, faculty, and staff. The Coordinator for Conduct and Wellbeing will serve as a university conduct administrator pursuant to the Student Code of Conduct and case manager for students in crisis on behalf of UNC’s behavioral intervention team. The Coordinator will adjudicate cases of academic and non-academic misconduct; facilitate conflict resolution processes; coordinate educational programming on student rights and responsibilities; serve in university administrator on duty rotation as needed, responding to conduct & crisis emergencies as needed. The Coordinator for Conduct and Wellbeing will serve on cross-divisional teams such as Assessment & Data Governance and Communications committees.
This position is designed as a Responsible Employee under Title IX and a Campus Security Authority under the Clery Act.


Conduct Adjudication and Case Management – 50%

  • Adjudicate cases of student misconduct including suspension and expulsion-level cases using current evidentiary standards as a representative of Student Conduct & Accountability (SCA).
  • Student misconduct cases include but are not limited to: off-campus behavior; on-campus housing violations; criminal proceedings; Title IX investigation reports; organization misconduct, including hazing; academic misconduct; and other violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
  • Initiate conduct investigations as needed.
  • Manage major cases with multiple parties and perspectives without bias.
  • Utilize and assign sanctions and learning outcomes based on applied student development, holistic learning, and restorative justice perspectives. Balance the needs of the individual and the community.
  • Case manage for individuals who pose a risk of harm to self-and/or others, as part of the University’s Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT). The BIT is a cross-functional group responsible for identifying, tracking, and making recommendations for interventions to support at-risk students and critical incident response.
  • Seek assistance from BIT representatives and campus partners in situations where there is a concern for the student’s immediate safety or the safety of others.
  • Provide outreach, communication, and staffing of students in distress and in need of support.
  • Meet with students of concern to determine appropriate referrals and support needed. Represent the BIT in communication with students and providers regarding concerns, expectations, and administrative processes.
  • Communicate with faculty, staff, parents, families, or designated emergency contacts regarding significant student mental health emergencies (including threats to self or others, hospitalizations, suicide attempts, etc.) to help facilitate a successful return to campus when issues are appropriately resolved.
  • Offer conflict support and coaching regarding options for resolution including serving as a conflict mediator. Refer to appropriate units and processes, as applicable.
  • Track student data and maintain accurate case management records in Maxient database.

Supervision, Outreach, & Education – 20%

  • In conjunction with the Assistant Dean of Student Development, indirectly supervise and direct 3 FTE Neighborhood Coordinators and 3 FTE Community Directors in their capacity as hearing officers and case managers.
  • Review incident reports as submitted and provide coaching/support in providing effective documentation.
  • Aid in the training and coaching of university hearing officers within Housing and Residential Education (HRE) as well as providing written feedback to these hearing officers in their capacities.
  • Provide training to HRE professional and student staff in confrontation, IR writing, conflict resolution, helping skills, and crisis response.
  • Represent HRE & SCA offices in training and/or presentations to students, families, and campus community members on issues related to conduct, conflict, referrals, and the BIT at events such as Orientation, New Student Days, and Department meetings.
  • Assess and evaluate case trends through the Maxient database of the campus-wide hearing process and identifying needs-based programming for residential students.
  • Develop programming/curriculum related to healthy relationships, civic responsibility, and conflict for students.
  • Assist in the annual review and updating of the Student Code of Conduct, Housing & Residential Education Handbook, HRE duty protocol, and similar materials.
  • Responsible for staying current with changes in laws and trends related to conduct, risk management, emergency response, Title IX, conflict management, and student well-being and training the staff on changes.

Committee/Work Groups – 20%

  • Serve on the JED campus committee and lead the department in meeting its responsibilities with the JED campus strategic plan.
  • Serve on cross-divisional and university work groups such as Assessment, Communications, and Clery Compliance.
  • Work with Campus Intersecting Cases Committee to discuss overlapping cases as they intersect with Title IX, Housing, and/or other areas of campus operations.
  • Participate in regular case creation and assignment meetings with Student Conduct & Accountability.

Emergency and Crisis Response – 10%

  • Serve in on-call after hours residential duty rotation as professional staff representation for emergency and crisis situations.
  • Respond, evaluate, notify, and direct staff in response to student crisis and life/safety emergencies for all residence halls.
  • Provide direction and supervision of initial onsite responders pending the arrival of police, fire, and medical support.
  • Provides training and reporting around emergency and crisis support.

General Administration – 10%

  • Provide guidance and direction in leading summer camps & conferences.
  • Provide ongoing training and development to student and professional staff within HRE.
  • Assist with student staff recruitment and selection processes
  • Aid Housing and Residential Education with Hall Opening and Closing processes throughout academic year.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree required.
  • An understanding of student development, counseling theories, restorative practices, and the ability to apply theory to practice in a university setting is essential
  • Excellent and demonstrated organizational, communication, and people skills
  • Ability to lead, inspire, and motivate
  • Problem-solving and decision-making skills, emotional intelligence, and independent judgement
  • Commitment to working with students and staff of diverse backgrounds
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Office, mainframe systems, and virtual meeting products, as well as an ability to learn to use a database are essential

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Student Affairs or Higher Education Administration, Counseling, or related field is preferred.
  • 2 or more years of experience at the post-secondary level is preferred
  • 40-hour mediation training and experience in mediation or restorative justice preferred.
  • Experience and/or training in the administration of a student code of conduct and Title IX is preferred.
  • Experience in crisis management and experience in risk assessment is preferred.

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Job Categories: Equal Opportunities. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: Conduct Administrator, conduct case manager, Education environment, Housing & Residential Education, and Wellbeing. Salaries: 40,000 - 60,000.

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