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  • Thursday, May 04, 2017 9:18 AM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    Student Affairs Judicial Officer

    Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities- University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

    University of Texas Rio Grande Valley invites applications for the position of Student Affair Judicial Officer, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

    Position Summary: To coordinate all aspects of the Student Judicial Affairs Program and related programs/projects as assigned within Student Life.. Responsible for exercising initiative and judgment in advising, counseling and working with students, faculty and staff in student disciplinary matters and other assigned responsibilities. Acts as an investigator for assigned Title IX cases in either a primary or secondary role.

    Description of Duties:

    • Coordinates and conducts prompt, fair, effective and equitable investigations and processing of all assigned allegations as they are related to violations of the Student Code of Conduct or Title IX/Discrimination.
    • Develops comprehensive investigative reports for review by the appropriate University administrators with involved parties for use in determining whether or not a violation has occurred.
    • Receives and processes allegations of Student Code of Conduct or Title IX from students, faculty and staff.
    • Develops and recommends appropriate sanctions for those found responsible for violating the Student Code of Conduct that ensures educational outcomes and compliance with sanctions by the responsible party.
    • Assists departments, faculty, staff and students in responding to possible violations of University rules, regulations and policies via the Student Judicial system.
    • Represents the University at student disciplinary hearings to include pre-hearing conferences with students, faculty, staff and others as appropriate.
    • Remain current with knowledge of laws and compliance regulations related to Title IX, VAWA, FERPA, due process rights and other federal, state and local laws.
    • Assists with the delivery of outreach activities related to Title IX, Alcohol Awareness, and general campus safety.
    • Assists with the recruitment, training and evaluation and advisement of University Hearing officers.
    • Assists in the development of policies and procedures and implementation of student leadership programs, including assisting with the Graduate student internship program.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Required Education:

    Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university

    Preferred Education:

    Master’s degree in a related field

    Required Experience:

    Three (3) years of experience in a higher education environment in student conduct, conflict resolution, student affairs, student activities, law enforcement, or student housing.

    Preferred Experience:

    Five (5) years of experience as a judicial hearing officer in a university/college setting or related university/college experience.

    Special Instructions:

    For more information, and to apply, interested parties should visit:

  • Tuesday, April 25, 2017 12:30 PM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    Austin College

    Job Title: Area Coordinator

    Department: Student Engagement, Enrichment, and Developmnent

    Yearly Salary: $33,000

    Summary: The Area Coordinator serves as a core member of the Student Engagement, Enrichment, and Development management team. The Coordinator will foster the development of students as individuals and community members and develops a positive and open community by providing close student contact, supervision of student staff and advice to hall council members. The Area Coordinator will enhance the residence hall community through management of administrative functions and facility needs.

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred; Residence Life experience preferred; ability to work closely with students, staff, and faculty in a fast-paced environment required

  • Monday, April 17, 2017 10:05 AM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    University of Texas at El Paso 
    Job ID: 3279 
    Job Title: Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution 
    Department: Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution 
    Yearly Salary: $44,789 
    Implements and exercises functional authority for planning, organization, control, integration, and completion of the University's student conduct process. 
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 
    In order to be considered for this position, and for additional information applicants must complete on online application at
    UTEP is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

  • Thursday, March 23, 2017 5:29 PM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    Collin College has an opening for a Technical Coordinator Student and Enrollment Services!

    This position will provide, maintain and support technical solutions for the Student and Enrollment Services Division. Analyze, extract and report student information data to support various departments.

    The requirements for the position are: 

    Associate's degree from a regionally accredited institution required and three (3) years of related experience.

    Please check it out at:

  • Friday, March 17, 2017 4:38 AM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    University of North Texas

    Coordinator of Campus-Wide Events

    The UNT Student Activities Center is currently searching for a Coordinator of Campus-Wide Events, responsible for planning large-scale events and developing traditions at UNT. A master's degree (earned by the start date) and two years of student affairs related experience (or equivalent) are required.

  • Tuesday, February 21, 2017 8:27 PM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    Coordinator I, Student Activities (#20337) UP

    Lone Star College System

    Location: The Woodlands, TX

    Category: Admin - Student Affairs and Services

    Under general supervision, provides oversight and facilitation of day-to-day operations within Student Services, participating in planning, development, evaluation and improvement. Assists with ensuring smooth and efficient operations. Responsible for coordination of support functions such as scheduling, communications, workflows, supplies, information processing, and staff support. May be responsible for coordinating budget planning process and for tracking and coordinating budget expenditures. Makes and communicates process decisions based on best practices.

    Oversees daily and some long-term operations of assigned area. Actively maintains up-to-date knowledge of area and acts as Subject Matter Expert and general point of contact within the area of specialty.
    Creates and submits a variety of reports related to assigned department. Performs research and analysis to assists with preparation and presentation of findings. May make presentations at various levels both internally and externally.
    Some positions may assist with maintaining compliance of processes and documentation.
    Coordinates the day to day operations of the student lounge.
    Assists with evaluation of programs and makes recommendations for revisions to processes and procedures, with a focus on continuous departmental/process improvement. Assists with development of new programs.
    Coordinates and manages various department and management calendars and schedules. Assists with planning, schedules and coordinates various meetings/seminars/events, including site selection and preparation, marketing and training materials, and general support.
    Monitors and controls resources such as office supplies and equipment needed within the department. Submits requisitions and follows up with reconciliation documentation.
    Maintains and monitors budget expenditures of student organizations and recreational sports.
    Collaborates with internal and external groups to coordinate all aspects of various student organizational activities and recreational events.
    Takes part in and/or leads special projects as needed.
    Responsible for other reasonable related duties as assigned.
    Required Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree and at least 2 years of related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
    Lone Star College System

    This position works in collaboration with the Director/Program Manager, Student Activities/Student Services for Lone Star College, which includes student activities, student organizations, community service, sports club programs, and student lounge.

    Hiring Salary is $35,033

    How to Apply


    To learn of all available opportunities, go to: Search by keyword or click the "Advanced Search" link to search by keyword or Job Opening ID. Application materials will not be accepted via fax, e-mail, mail or hand delivery.

    Normally there is no contact with applicants unless they are selected for interview. Some openings are posted year-round and are re-posted periodically; these applicants will be notified and asked to re-apply in order to remain active applicants for those positions.

    Lone Star College participates in the E-Verify program, under which Lone Star College provides the federal government with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm that the employee is authorized to work in the United States. More information on the E-Verify program is available at

    All positions are subject to a criminal background check. EEO Employer

    Online App. Form:

  • Thursday, February 09, 2017 8:22 PM | Anonymous

    Texas Wesleyan University - Hall Director

    The hall director is a full-time, live-in position that is responsible for supervising the ongoing operation of a residential community at Texas Wesleyan University. This is an integral role in providing a safe and positive environment that encourages opportunities for student growth and development. The hall director is charged with building community within their residence hall and encouraging personal growth of both residential students and student staff members through individual and group relationships. The hall director provides ongoing supervision to a staff consisting of part-time Resident Assistants (RAs) and Desk Assistants (DAs).

  • Thursday, January 12, 2017 5:37 PM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    The University of Texas at El Paso 

    Director of International Programs and Study Abroad

    The Director of International Programs and Study Abroad is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of UTEP’s global education agenda.  This includes the recruitment and success of international students and facilitating student mobility through study abroad experiences (e.g., semester/year long, faculty-led programs).  The Director is responsible for oversight of programs and initiatives that promote global citizenship and help students better relate to the world around them, appreciate personal and cultural differences, build professional skills through internships and research, and understand and apply their connection to the global community as well as support international students in meeting their educational goals at the university In order to be successful, the Director will need to work collaboratively with the Office of the Provost, College/School Deans, the Division of Student Affairs, Enrollment Services and many more offices throughout the University.

    Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:

    Global Partnerships:

    ·       Raise UTEP’s international educational profile by collaborating with the Provost’s Office, Colleges/Schools, Departments, Faculty, and Staff to foster partnerships between UTEP and institutions of higher education, consortiums, and appropriate global agencies that support study abroad/study away experiences.

    ·       Assess effectiveness and impact of global initiatives and recruitment strategies and determine untapped markets and/or experiences that would benefit students studying or conducting research at UTEP and those who desire to study or work abroad.

    ·       In collaboration with the Associate Vice President, engage regularly with partners on and off-campus to market UTEP and increase the number of International students participating in degree-seeking programs at the institution or on-line, as well as participating in internships and research experiences.

    ·       Identify and pursue grants to support the development and maintenance of global education programs.

    Study Abroad, Exchange and Faculty-led Programs

    ·       Work collaboratively with faculty, departments, Colleges/Schools and administration including the Faculty Advisory Council for Study Abroad/Faculty-led Programs to assess, evaluate, prioritize, and develop study abroad/study away, high-impact, faculty led experiences, including research and service-learning experiences that align with The UTEP Edge.

    ·       Coordinate the effective implementation of UTEP policies and procedures regarding all aspects of the outgoing and incoming student administrative functions to include risk management and crisis response as well as students' registration for the period(s) they are at UTEP or abroad.

    ·       Coordinate the evaluation and assessment of current program offerings and the development of future UTEP initiatives that relate to the mission and vision of UTEP and the study abroad/study away program.

    International Student Recruitment:

    ·       In collaboration with Recruitment, Admissions, and College/School Deans, support undergraduate and graduate recruitment plans to increase international student enrollment, with an emphasis on enrollment of students from Mexico and other countries in Latin America.

    ·       Develop and implement training programs and initiatives for admission counselors, academic advisors, College/School staff, faculty, and others as deemed appropriate on how to effectively work with and support international students and their families.

    ·       Supervise the department’s administration and support of financial assistance programs such as the PASE program (Programa de Asistencia Estudiantil) that allows in-state tuition for Mexican nationals with demonstrated financial need, as well as scholarships available to International Students.

    Visa and Immigration Coordination and Oversight:

    ·       Serve as the PDSO (Principal Designated School Official) and RO (Responsible Officer), administering the Department of Homeland Security (DOH) SEVP program for the University to include compliance with federal reporting requirements for international students and exchange visitors using the required federal reporting software systems.

    ·       Serve as the primary resource for information regarding the interpretation and application of Department of Homeland Security, Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, and Department of State regulations pertaining to international students and scholars.

    Student Advising, Support and Education:

    ·       Assist international students, scholars and those who have studied abroad in the adjustment and integration or reintegration into the UTEP community.

    ·       In collaboration with partners throughout campus, create and implement pre-arrival information and coordinate International Student/Scholar Orientation, on-going educational programs including CPT/OPT information sessions.

    ·       Oversee International Representatives who serve as educational liaisons to schools, local clubs, organizations and businesses.

    ·       Facilitate programs and activities that help all students better understand, appreciate, and relate to the world around them by expanding their cultural awareness and understanding of their connection to the global community and acquiring the skills necessary to be productive citizens in a global community.

    ·       Support the Global Scholars program, a program for students residing on-campus which strives to develop cultural competence through immersive living, co-curricular activities, and personal interaction with faculty, staff, and fellow residents.

    Supervision and Staff Development:

    ·       Directly/Indirectly supervise Assistant Directors, International Student and Scholar Advisors, Administrative Support team, Graduate Assistant, Peer Advisors, and Student Assistants.

    ·       Directly responsible for the oversight, training, and compliance related to all Designated School Officials (DSO’s) and Alternate Responsible Officers (ARO’s) and the professional development of those they supervise.

    Knowledge of all Microsoft Office software and ability to learn and use institutional software systems.

    Compliance with all State and University policies.

    Other duties may be assigned.

    Supervisory Responsibilities Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's objectives, policies, and applicable laws.

    Language:  Fluent in English, Fluent in Spanish preferred

    Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Minimum Education required:      Master’s Degree

    Minimum Experience required: Three years of proven experience in international affairs, international education and/or study abroad/student exchange with a demonstrated understanding of international student recruitment.  Three years of administrative experience with proven ability to plan strategically, develop innovative programs and services, measure impact, work with and manage a diverse staff, manage a budget and resources and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.  Minimum of two years of direct experience with federal and state regulations relevant to international students and scholars.  Proven ability to apply immigration rules and regulations. Ability to coordinate the functions required to address the needs of international programs with a diverse set of offices and programs.

    Preferred Experience: Experience in international affairs/education and recruitment specifically in Latin America. Three years administrative experience in an International Programs Office, or International Education Office, or comparable at a college/university, with a proven ability to plan strategically, manage a budget, and supervise staff.  Two plus years of direct experience with federal and state regulations relevant to international students and scholars; specifically SEVIS including recertification. Experience serving as PDSO or RO for an institution.                               


  • Monday, January 09, 2017 10:07 AM | Corey Benson (Administrator)
    Institution Texas A&M University Texarkana
    Position Residence Life Coordinator
    Description  TAMUT is looking for a Residence Life Coordinator. Excellent entry level Residence Life position.
    Link to posting
    Close date  Wednesday, February 1, 2017
  • Monday, December 19, 2016 10:54 AM | Corey Benson (Administrator)

    Lamar University 
    Assistant Director for New Student & Leadership Programs

    Provide meaningful programs and initiatives for students and their families with the transition into and through Lamar University. These initiatives will include new student and parent orientation, parent and family programs, and leadership development programs. The Assistant Director has direct reporting responsibility to the Director of New Student and Leadership Programs.

    The Assistant Director for New Student & Leadership Programs responsibilities include:
    1.    Provide support to the Director of New Student & Leadership Programs in all matters related to orientation, week of welcome, and year round orientation initiatives for first-year and transfer students.
    2.    Hire, train and supervise the 30- 36 Student Orientation Leaders and 2-4 Student Orientation Coordinators.
    3.    Create and deliver training program for Orientation Leaders and Orientation Coordinators.
    4.    Provide front-line supervision for each orientation program.
    5.    Coordinate a variety of parent and family programs, including Parent Association, Parent Weekends, Parent Receptions, Parent Association Newsletter, Parent Association website, and works closely with campus constituents in providing information and programming to parents and families.
    6.    Oversee the continuous development, implementation, and evaluation of fall and spring Week of Welcome program, marketing, execution and assessment. Will co-facilitate the Week of Welcome programs with staff in Setzer Student Center and Recreational Sports.
    7.    Will work with Recruitment and with Undergraduate Advisement in facilitating collaboration and communication for the delivery of the orientation program.
    8.    Assist the Director in the planning and implementation of New Student Convocation.
    9.    Serve as a key liaison between the university and families of current students.
    10. Prepare and maintain appropriate assessment, reports, and publications.
    11. Design and deliver leadership programming to students in consultation with the Director.
    12. Assist in leadership training opportunities, in-service workshops, and summer training to the Student Government Association.
    13. Assist in leadership training to students and student organizations in collaboration with Setzer Student Center.
    14. Use web-based tools for marketing, web design, orientation records, and assessment.
    15. Assist the Division of Student Engagement with sponsored events such as Homecoming, Cardinal Previews, Leadership Conferences, Toast to Leadership Banquet, Tailgate, and Big Red Mania.
    16. Meet weekly with the Director of New Student & Leadership Programs, and attend regularly scheduled departmental meetings.
    17. Participate on departmental, divisional, and university committees and task forces.
    18. Ability to work a flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends as needed.

    Required Qualifications:
    1.     A Master’s degree in student development, counseling, student affairs, or related field from an accredited University is required.
    2.     1 year of experience in orientation, new student programs or student activities.
    3.     1 year of experience working with paraprofessional student staff members.
    4.     Able to use social media and web- based tools for marketing, web design, orientation registration and assessment practices for programs.
    5.     Must meet the physical requirements of the position, which will include the ability to move and possible lift up to 30 lbs.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    1.     Able to be detailed orientated with follow through on program planning and implementation on small and large-scale programs.
    2.     Able to develop and deliver training and support to orientation leader staff members that will engage new students and families in a high energy, student led orientation experience to the University.
    3.     Demonstrated supervisory and strategic planning skills.
    4.     Comfortable with speaking and group facilitation skills.
    5.     Ability to organize and meet deadlines for events.
    6.     Ability to interact effectively with students, parents, colleagues, University staff and faculty.
    7.     Committed to diversity and demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations.

    The successful candidate should possess high energy, creative problem solver with strong written and verbal communication skills, a commitment to diversity, and a track record of high productivity and job performance.
    This is a security-sensitive position. Before any offer of employment is made, the University will conduct a pre-employment background investigation, which includes a criminal background check.

    Apply by submitting a letter of interest, current resume and the complete contact information for three current references. Completed application materials must be submitted online to through Lamar University jobs website:

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