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  • Monday, April 22, 2019 12:55 PM | Anonymous

    Director of Student Activities


    This position provides leadership to develop, plan, organize, manage, and oversee student life activities. 


    • Leadership: Leads and manages a staff  of 10-12 student workers to include hiring, training, and evaluation of work performance; provides leadership in relation to all student activities, student organizations, outdoor education, and intramural sports; develops and facilitates training for student organization leadership as well as faculty/staff advisors;
    • Program Management: Collaborates with the Dean of Students, student services staff, students, and other members of the campus and local community in developing extracurricular programming including but not limited to student clubs, organizations, activities, events, intramurals, excursions, residential life, Can-Do Missions; focuses on integration with the academic life of the institution while supporting student growth and development; directs and administers campus-wide co-curriculum events to include planning, developing, promoting, and evaluating programs and services that are focused on providing a diverse student body with opportunities for personal growth and leadership development; researches and implements best practices for student involvement and engagement in collaboration with the Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness; works with campus and community partners to develop opportunities for students;
    • Operational Administration: Develops and oversees a budget that supports the institutional strategic plan; monitors budgets expenditures; exercises budget authority for all student organizations; develops departmental goals, objectives, operations and processes; creates communication plans for all students including a weekly newsletter; negotiates services with community vendors in relation to performances, speakers, and other events for students;
    • Compliance: Develops and implements procedures and guidelines; interprets institutional policy; provides direction while monitoring and maintaining compliance for student programs and organizations; publishes and disseminates a Student Organization Handbook; regularly reviews and updates all associated student organization policies; oversees the judicial process as it pertains to student organization discipline and assist with other violations of the Student Code of Conduct;
    • Program Support:  Serves as a member of the First Year Experience Team (FYE) which implements, coordinates and oversees all new student orientation sessions, including freshmen orientation, transfer orientation, and Week of Welcome; assists in the development and coordination of the Monday Seminars for all Life and Leadership courses as a part of the First Year Experience.  Assists the AVP-Student Life and the Dean of Students in Diversity and Inclusion initiatives that serve the student body.
    • All other duties as assigned 


    • Bachelor’s Degree required
    • Master’s Degree in Higher Education, Student Personnel,  or associated discipline preferred
    • Two years of experience in higher education
    • Two years of experience in higher education student services setting with a record of increasing levels of responsibility preferred
    • Experience working with student organizations, advising student groups, programming, and event planning strongly preferred.
    • Experience in faith-based, liberal arts setting strongly desired.
    • Demonstrated strong interpersonal, organizational, conflict resolution skills
    • Working knowledge of basic office technologies including MS Office, MS Word and MS Outlook, experience with Banner or similar integrated student information system, and knowledge of web design and content development for effective communication
    • Ability to maintain a high degree of professionalism and leadership; able to articulate and support institutional mission, vision and values; and a demonstrated history of strong integrity and high moral character
    • Possess strong and effective customer service skills and ability to develop them in others
    • Ability to make difficult decisions, based on facts available, and incorporating sound judgment
    • Consistent attention to detail and thorough follow-up
    • Ability to manage complex, sensitive, and confidential issues
    • Ability to multi-task, prioritize workload, and work in a fast-paced deadline oriented environment
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong organizational and time management skills


    • Frequent evening and weekend work required
    • Sitting or standing at a computer 5-7 hours per day
    • Lifting up to 30 pounds
    • Ability to efficiently negotiate sloping terrain and stairs and to respond quickly to needs across campus environment


    Concordia University Texas offers an all-inclusive benefits package to eligible employees. For additional information click here: Benefits

    Commitment to the Concordia Mission

    Concordia University Texas is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). As a private, faith-based University, employees must be supportive of our mission of Developing Christian Leaders and our spiritual principles and values as a Lutheran institution of higher education. To the extent allowed by law, we reserve the right to give preference in employment based upon religion.

    To apply:  

  • Thursday, April 04, 2019 4:41 PM | Anonymous

    Job Title

    Student Development Specialist III


    Texas A&M University


    Memorial Student Center Student Programs

    Proposed Minimum Salary

    $3,833.00 monthly

    Job Location

    College Station, Texas

    Job Type


    Job Description

    The Student Development Specialist III serves as the primary advisor for three of the departments student committees, MSC CAMAC Committee (formerly the Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture), the Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (SCOLA), and the MSC Executive Vice President of Diversity. The SDS III also supervises one graduate assistant in assessing retention efforts for both committees which is in line with the University retention efforts. The SDS III also serves as an active voting member of the MSC Executive Team and departmental representative for the DSA 2.0 Committee. This position plays a key role in the departmental diversity and retention efforts.

    Required Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
    • Five years’ experience in student affairs work or related specialty area with a bachelor’s degree
    • Three years’ experience in student affairs work or related specialty area with a master's degree

    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others
    • Ability to work with diverse student populations, specifically Latinx students

    Other Requirements:

    • Will require occasional work outside regular business hours

    Preferred Education and Experience:

    • Master's Degree

    Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of student development theory


    • Advises students in relation to committee programming, career choice, academic concerns, personal problems – making referral to professionals as needed – and a variety of concerns impacting the students’ ability to function successfully in the University community
    • Refers students to professional resources if appropriate
    • Ensures that programs and activities produced in the name of the Memorial Student Center contribute to the role and scope of the University and reflect positively on its image
    • Educates students to fulfill their responsibilities in the following areas: program conceptualization, promotion, production, evaluation, personnel recruitment, selection, training, motivation, management and retention, fiscal accountability, marketing research, interpersonal and leadership skill development, goal setting, and decision making
    • Ensures that all applicable University policies and procedures are communicated to Committees or resources areas, and to individual student leaders and ensures that these policies and procedures are understood and followed in the course of producing programs and services on behalf of the Memorial Student Center
    • Works to ensure that students are given the optimal opportunity for personal, leadership, and managerial skill development through their volunteer experiences in the Memorial Student Center and association with staff members
    • Assists the committee in collaborating with campus partners in the planning of Hispanic Heritage Month programming, serving as a liaison to the Professional Hispanic Network, the Department of Multicultural Services, and others where necessary
    • Builds and maintains relationships with the Texas A&M Hispanic Network, the Bryan/College Station Hispanic Forum, the Association of Former Students, academic departments on campus, University Center, other campus departments, and other individuals and constituencies relevant to the committee’s mission and purpose, and assist students in networking with former students
    • Meets routinely with members, and has weekly meetings with the Chair and the executive members
    • Negotiates, develops, and oversees the execution of contracts with speakers, facilities, services, and other aspects in production of events
    • Works with her or his support staff and students to coordinate guest(s) arrival and departure as well as any special needs requested via the contract
    • Reviews all marketing and advertising plans and production with students
    • Travels with students when necessary for organizational business
    • This may include overnight and out of town retreats and conferences Specific Assignments: .MSC CAMAC MSC CAMAC (formerly the Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture) is responsible for hosting Latinx culturally relevant programs for a diverse campus audience
    • Such programs should include: educational and academic-affiliated programming, Hispanic Heritage Month Programming, cultural immersion programs (like, but not necessarily, a Cinco de Mayo celebration and/or Mi Casa es Su Casa), and other related programs
    • Supervises and leads the Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (SCOLA) annual conference
    • Advises students on planning, implementation, marketing, and evaluation of major conference
    • Identifies and fosters avenues for increased financial and delegate resources
    • Monitors financial development and budget planning
    • Serves as an advisor to the Executive Vice President of Diversity
    • Advises the student Executive Vice President of Diversity (EVPD), working to ensure that the Memorial Student Center – Student Programs Office meets the needs of a diverse all-campus audience
    • Routinely meets with the EVPD and the Vice President of Diversity
    • Serves as a voting member of the MSC Executive Team
    • Works with varying areas in the Memorial Student Center to produce ongoing diversity training
    • Trains, supervises, and evaluates graduate assistant
    • Fosters an equitable and accessible learning environment for Latina/o and first-generation college students
    • Directs the creation and execution of the CAMAC programs
    • Meets regularly with student leaders overseeing events. Attends CAMAC program meetings
    • Meets with MSC Staff members who might assist in the planning, budgeting, marketing, and evaluation for the programs
    • Establishes and maintains networks with external partners vital to the programs and students
    • Actively contributes to MSC organizational meetings including, but not limited to advisors meetings, advisors retreats, and all-staff meetings, as well as division staff meetings
    • Submits monthly reports and year-end evaluations, and maintains comprehensive files and records
    • Learns, understands,  is able to teach, and utilizes the department’s fund accounting software and events management systems to track and maintain committee expenditures and programs
    • Serves as a liaison with appropriate university staff and serve on committees as needed
    • Serves as the departmental representative on one Division of Student Affairs committee
    • The division committee assignment will be serving on the DSA 2.0 Committee
    • Adhere's to University policy and procedures
    • May attend or present at local/regional conferences and campus student organization meetings
    • May be called upon to serve on various Division of Student Affairs programs and/or University task forces that relate to issues concerning students
    • Pursues opportunities for professional growth and development that will further enhance personal and professional skills related to this position
    • Performs other duties as assigned

    Instructions to Applicants: Applications received by Texas A&M University and TAMHSC, must either have all job application data entered or a resume attached. Failure to provide all job application data or a complete resume could result in an invalid submission and a rejected application. We encourage all applicants to upload a resume or use a LinkedIn profile to pre-populate the online application.

    We are committed to diversity. It is our policy not to discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. Furthermore, we will maintain a work environment free from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

    All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution’s verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution’s procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.

    Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.

  • Monday, April 01, 2019 3:32 PM | Anonymous
    Posting Number 2019311
    Posting/Functional Title Asst Dir, Fitness & Wellness
    University Pay Plan Title Asst Dir, Fitness & Wellness
    Location San Marcos
    Department Campus Recreation
    Recruitment Type Open to All
    Job Type Full-Time
    Monthly Salary $4,333.00 - $4,541.00
    Job Category Exempt
    Required Qualifications: Applicants must specifically address how they meet these required qualifications to meet the requirements of the position.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Exercise & Sport Science, Recreation Administration, Health Promotion or related field – additional consideration will be given to candidates who possess a master’s degree in Exercise & Sport Science, Recreation Administration, Health Promotion or related field.
      Experience in supervision of personnel and participants
      Skill in administering and evaluating staff
      Experience in campus recreation programming and the fitness and wellness field
      Knowledgeable in managing group exercise instructors and personal trainers.
      Effective oral and written communication skills
      Knowledge of the fitness profession
      Ability to evaluate impact of revisions to fitness program
      Ability to track and monitor budget
      Skill in employee selection and training
      Skill in maintaining a safe environment
      Ability to write comprehensive policies and procedures for fitness program
      Skill in organizing, planning and implementing training for staff
      Establish criteria for creating new group ex/small group training programs, workshops, and special events, in keeping with student, faculty, staff and community interests and current trends in order to meet the needs of a diverse University community
      Develop, administer and conduct programs that educate, promote and facilitate wellness for the campus community. Increase awareness of life long wellness, including strategies and activities designed to assist them become and stay fit.
      Work with the Marketing Coordinator to coordinate marketing for all student staff development and fitness & wellness related programming
      Collaborate with other campus groups to enhance the educational and fitness opportunities for members of the University community
      Skill in using a PC to design flyers, schedules and brochures.
    Preferred Qualifications
    • Two or more years of graduate or professional supervisory experience and the ability to work with diverse groups.
      Current certifications: College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) and American Council on Exercise (ACE).
      CurrentCPRand First Aid
      Master’s degree
      Experience working with Fusion software
      Excellent written and oral communication skills.
      Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated experience in personnel management.
      Experience in creating new programs in Fitness and Wellness
      Administration, Health Promotion or related field.
      Currently working at a college or university setting with two to three years working experience in the fitness and wellness field.
      Facilitate, and instruct Group Exercise Instructor and Personal Trainer in house certification program (throughACEor other National Agency)
    • Member of National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA).
    Job Description

    Responsible for managing recreational programming through overall daily operations such as personnel management, event and staff scheduling, equipment regulation, risk management issues, membership audits, facility maintenance and promotions.

    Job Duties
    • Schedule group exercise supervisor, group exercise instructors, personal and fitness trainers, massage therapist, nutritional counselors and wellness staff for daily shifts/classes/appointments through scheduling software
      Supervise all scheduling conflicts
      Conduct monthly meetings for all fitness and Wellness staff for each program area.
      Continue to bridge the gap between academic departments and Campus Recreation as internship site
      Oversee all group exercise classes
      Oversee all personal fitness assessments and counseling appointments.
      Hire, train, and evaluate all Fitness and Wellness personnel (35 staff)
      Manage student payroll
      Administer policies and procedures, and employee standards and expectations
      Supervise Fitness & Wellness Graduate Assistant
      Collect data and perform assessment of program area to be reported in the Annual Report and Impact Statement.
    Additional Information to Applicants
    Job Open Date 03/08/2019
    Job Close Date (posting closes at midnight) 04/08/2019
    Open Until Filled No
    Normal Work Days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    Normal Work Hours Start 8:00AM
    Normal Work Hours End 5:00PM
    Posting Notices Applicant must have a valid Texas Driver's License and be a driver in good standing with less than ten (10) points deducted for driving infractions as determined by the employer driving standards system., YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO ELECTRONICALLY ATTACH A RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO YOUR APPLICATION. , YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO ELECTRONICALLY ATTACH A LIST OF REFERENCES.
    Legal and Required Notices

    Texas State University, to the extent not in conflict with federal or state law, prohibits discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, veterans’ status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

    Employment with Texas State University is contingent upon the outcome of record checks and verifications including criminal history, driving records, education records, employment verifications, reference checks, and employment eligibility verifications.

    Texas State University is a tobacco-free campus. Smoking and the use of any tobacco product will not be allowed anywhere on Texas State property or in university owned or leased vehicles.

    Texas State University is a member of the Texas State University System. Texas State University is an EOE.

    Texas State is committed to increasing the number of women and minorities in administrative and professional positions.

    Why work @ Texas State?
    • Amazing health insurance: various coverage options starting your first day of employment for full-time employees with Texas State paying 100% of the employee premium and 50% for your dependents!
      Generous paid time off: vacation, holidays, sick days and many more!
      Excellent work life balance resources: mother and family-friendly resources in addition to a comprehensiveFREEwellness program
      Great professional development opportunities: choose from a variety of workshops, training, online learning and even access educational leave opportunities and reimbursement for academic courses
      An inclusive Bobcat community: join our many social networks offered on and off-campus
      Retirement peace of mind:TRSpension, retirement plans and voluntary saving options with generous employer contributions

      By joining the Texas State Bobcat team, you’ll be a part of one of the most beautiful, diverse, and growing universities in the nation.
    Quick Link

    Applicant Document

    Required Documents

    1. Resume
    2. Cover Letter
    3. Letter of Recommendation #1
    Optional Documents
    1. DD 214/DD1300

    Supplemental Questions

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

    1. Do you currently hold or have the ability to obtain a drivers license within 90 days of employment?
      • Yes
      • No

  • Monday, March 18, 2019 3:26 PM | Anonymous
    • Midwestern State University—Residence Hall Director


      POSITION:  Residence Hall Director


      DESCRIPTION:  The Residence Hall Director develops and maintains a residence hall environment conducive to the personal growth and academic success of the resident students. Responsibilities include ongoing student development activities, behavior management, judicial administration, building management and operations, staff training and supervision, and housing and residence life administrative functions. A full time, 12 month live-in position reporting to the Associate Director of Residence Life & Housing or the Assistant Director of Residence Life & Housing. 



    • 1.        Counsels resident students on personal and academic problems
    • 2.        Serves as a conduct officer of the residence hall
    • 3.        Communicates with facilities regarding maintenance and custodial needs  within the assigned hall
    • 4.        Participates in the selection, training, and supervision of RAs
    • 5.        Orders supplies and equipment
    • 6.        Advises residence hall governing council
    • 7.        Coordinates programming that meets the developmental needs of residents
    • 8.        Coordinates summer camp housing
    • 9.        Other duties as assigned


    EDUCATION:  Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree in college student personnel, counseling or related area preferred. 


    EXPERIENCE:  Two years residence hall management experience. Preference for experience in advising student groups, experience in staff supervision and leadership development and crisis management.


    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Serves as a Campus Security Authority as outlined by the Clery Act.  This position is designated as security sensitive and requires a criminal background check.  Must be available some nights and weekends and is required to serve in the departmental on-call rotation.   


    Midwestern State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment or the provision of services on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability. Midwestern State University welcomes applications from diverse populations including minorities and women.


    Applicants should inform the Human Resources staff of any requests for disability-related accommodation.


    How to Apply/Contact

    Submit a Texas State application (available for download at (, letter of application, resume, and list of three references to the Human Resources Department at:


    Midwestern State University

    Human Resources Department

    3410 Taft Boulevard

    Wichita Falls, TX  76308




    EEO/ADAA Compliance Employer

  • Monday, March 18, 2019 3:22 PM | Anonymous
    Institution * University of Texas at Dallas
    Position * Director, Student Counseling Center
    Description (Limit: 120 words)

    Reporting to the Associate Dean of Students, Health and Wellness Initiative, the Director of The Student Counseling Center (SCC) creates and implements the SCC’s policies and procedures. The Director oversees the SCC Leadership Team which includes the Assistant Director/Training Director, Assistant Director of Clinical Services, and Assistant Director of Community Engagement. The Director coordinates SCC operations and policies that affect the operation of the center. The Director is responsible for the direct oversight and management of the Counseling Center to include personnel management, budget management, assessment, policy formation, logistics, and strategic planning. The Director also serves as a member of the SCCstaff, providing clinical, supervisory, outreach, and consultation services. The Director oversees the Center for Students in Recovery – an office dedicated to providing support to students who are living in recovery. Serves as a core member of the Behavioral Assessment Intervention Team (BAIT).

    Link to posting
    Posting Expires * Monday, June 3, 2019

    Address 800 West Campbell Road Suite 4.400 
    Richardson, TX 75080 
    United States

  • Friday, March 01, 2019 2:11 PM | Anonymous

    The Associate Director for Programming and Events, supervised by the Director of the Setzer Student Center, leads the overall development and implementation of largescale campus events and activities to enhance the growth and development of all students by providing social, cultural, and educational opportunities to engage all students with the campus and the community.


     Master’s Degree in student personnel, student affairs, counseling, or related field from an accredited university

     Two years of successful full-time administrative experience, preferably managing student activities, large-scale programming, promotions, or special events


     Understanding of the value of student activities and of the motivation of students who participate in the activities, and how their experiences affect their development

     Understanding of and the ability to apply student development theories

     Experience in working collaboratively with faculty and staff to support studentcentered initiatives

     Experience supervising full-time staff or graduate assistants  Experience in event and budget planning

     Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends as needed

     Experience with software like OrgSync, Collegiate Link, Microsoft Office, Banner, and Adobe Creative Suite

     Social media and marketing skills

     Commitment to diversity and demonstrated ability to work with diverse student populations


     Annual planning and implementation of campus-wide student programs including Week of Welcome, Homecoming, and other special events

     Supervise the Coordinator for Student Engagement in providing advisement, support, and guidance to over 200 student organizations and their faculty advisors

     Supervise and provide leadership for student involvement and programming that includes Cardinals Activities Board (CAB), major events, student organizations, and commuter programs

     Hire, train, and supervise 6 to 8 student workers in campus programming using standards of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), National Association for Campus Activities (NACA), and Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

     Develop a co-curricular transcript in partnership with New Student and Leadership Programs and the Coordinator for Student Engagement.  Represent the Division on committees for student organizations, Homecoming, and other special events

     Conduct annual assessment and reporting of data related to the University’s Strategic Plan

     Serve as the main contact with entertainers, agencies, LU Contract Administrator, and SSC Director

    Other duties as assigned.

    SALARY: Commensurate


    FOR INFORMATION: Todd Shaver Director, Setzer Student Center, 409-880-7240

    POSTING #: 499291

    Initial review of applications begins March 14, 2019

    Lamar University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. This position is security-sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of the Texas Education Code §51.215, which authorizes the employer to obtain criminal history record information.Lamar University is proud to provide employment preference to veteran applicants in accordance with Texas 805 Government Code, Section 657.003.

    Associate Director for Programming and Events

    About Lamar University:

    Home to over 15,000 students, Lamar University, located near Houston in Beaumont, TX, is among the fastest growing Texas colleges and universities, and is a member of The Texas State University System. LU offers more than 100 programs of study leading to bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. The 292-acre campus in Beaumont is about 90 miles east of Houston and about 25 miles west of Louisiana.


    The university has been nationally recognized for the quality of its core curriculum and the diversity of its student body compared to other universities near Houston. Lamar's small class sizes and low student-to-faculty ratio allow students to build meaningful relationships with expert faculty who truly care about their success.

    LU stresses academic achievement by emphasizing hands-on learning at all levels, providing ample opportunities for undergraduate research and supporting an excellent Honors Program. The university is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Several LU colleges and programs hold additional specialized certifications recognizing their quality and expertise.


    LU’s campus provides student life amenities for schooling and for leisure. More than 2,500 students live on campus, just an hour and a half from Houston, in modern, apartment-style residence halls known as Cardinal Village, which feature private bedrooms and nicely furnished living areas. All Lamar University students have access to the Brooks-Shivers Dining Hall, the Setzer Student Center, and the spacious Sheila Umphrey Recreational Sports Center, a showpiece facility with a 43- foot climbing wall, all the latest workout equipment, and a range of intramural sports.


    Beyond the classroom, Lamar University students develop leadership skills and lifelong friendships in more than 200 campus clubs and organizations. Students make an impact through nationally affiliated fraternities and sororities, professional associations, cultural groups, religious clubs and service organizations. Lamar University's proximity to Houston also offers the unique opportunity to be close to the city, but is far enough to get away.


    Lamar University students enjoy cheering on the Cardinals in more than a dozen NCAA Division I men’s and women’s sports. Competing in the Southland Conference, Cardinals teams have a history of winning championships in sports including men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, golf and cross country. LU’s new football program has heightened excitement on campus with sell-out crowds and students involved in marching band, cheerleading, the dance team, and all the fun of game-day tailgating. About Lamar University

  • Friday, March 01, 2019 2:06 PM | Anonymous

    Posting Details

    Position Information

    Job Title Director - Student Rights & Responsibilities
    Full Time/Part Time Full Time
    FLSA Exempt
    General Job Description

    This is a managerial position responsible for serving as the primary judicial hearing officer for the university. Responsible for aligning the conduct process across all non-academic areas; improving coordination of the early intervention process for behavioral, medical, and personal crisis; and continued support of Title IX investigations. Works under limited supervision, with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the assistant dean of Student Affairs for Support Services.

    Essential Job Functions

    1. Acts as liaison between department and other campus service staff to create a Student Rights and Responsibilities process embedded in conflict resolution, restorative justice, and traditional conduct procedures.
    2. Manages student cases involving iCARE referrals who exhibit high-risk behavioral characteristics.
    3. Provides oversight to all non-academic student conduct outlined in the student code of conduct by developing a process to ensure proper review and disposition of all incident reports submitted.
    4. Oversees regular review of policies and procedures including updating the student conduct code.
    5. Responsible for adjudication of cases involving suspension or expulsion including the investigation of Title IX complaints.
    6. Remains current on legal issues in higher education and their relevance to campus judicial practices.
    7. Oversees ongoing training and oversight to designated hearing officers and hearing panel members in each respective area, ensuring compliance with adjudication guidelines of adjudication of cases, and ensures educational sanctions assigned are appropriate.
    8. Coordinates with Academic Affairs on maintaining an Early Alert program and oversees the process for responding to non-academic student crisis.
    9. Tracks all sanctions and sanction compliance.
    10. Oversees intervention programs and participates in Dean’s on Call Team as scheduled and assumes responsibilities of the Critical Incident Response Plan.
    11. Coordinates with Disability Services to facilitate providing students with needed accommodations that are experiencing temporary limiting conditions to support their continued academic success.
    12. Meets with students who have allegedly violated the student code of conduct to ascertain their level of involvement and maintains student discipline database and files on all disciplinary cases and informational incident reports.
    13. Produces and maintains publications, web resources, and other materials to inform students of their rights and responsibilities as a member of the Stephen F. Austin State University community.
    14. Seeks and provides educational resources for students found responsible for conduct violations to ensure students are learning from their judicial experiences.
    15. Processes and provides absentee notices for students and maintains absence notification delivery system.
    16. Participates on the Biennial Review Committee and will be responsible for determining program effectiveness and consistency of policy enforcement and to identify and implement any changes needed.

    Non-Essential Job Functions

    1. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    The individual must possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation.

    1. Knowledge of, or the ability to learn, university policies and procedures.
    2. Organizational skills in managing projects simultaneously while maintaining a satisfactory work product.
    3. Skill in using computer applications including spreadsheet, database, and word processing software.
    4. Ability to plan, implement, and evaluate programs.
    5. Ability to set priorities and complete projects on time.
    6. Ability to manage a budget and work within the constraints of that budget.
    7. Ability to provide support for student development with a demonstrable concern for students.
    8. Ability to engage students and to create and enhance their connection to the institution and each other.
    9. Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form.
    10. Ability to establish and maintain a good rapport with university faculty and staff, students, and the general public.
    11. Ability to exercise sound judgment in making critical decisions.
    12. Ability to work evenings, nights, and weekends as necessary.

    Physical Demands
    Required Education

    A master’s degree in a related field is required.

    Required Experience and Training

    Three years of experience enforcing and adjudicating conduct based policy violations is required. Experience responding to crisis situations and impeccable judgement and experience managing risk is required. Direct experience with student conduct in higher education adjudicating all levels of sanctions is required.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Experience in higher education, counseling, and in a student affairs setting is preferred. Experience with clinical mental health services and assessment of self-harm or violence is preferred.

    Special Conditions for Eligibility

    This is a security-sensitive position subject to criminal record check.
    This is an IT-sensitive position subject to the Computer and Network Security policy.

    Min Pay Rate
    Mid Pay Rate
    Salary Information Commensurate with Experience
    Specific Job Requirements/Duties for this Posting
    Is Background Check Required? Yes
    Benefit and Retirement Eligibility

    This position is eligible for participation in the Optional Retirement Program (ORP), subject to the position being full-time and at least 4 ½ months in length, or the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS) retirement plan, subject to the position being at least 20 hours per week and at least 135 days in length.

    EEO Statement

    Stephen F. Austin State University, an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and Educator, is committed to excellence through diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, race, creed, color, age, national origin, religion or physical or mental disability as required by law. If, because of an impairment or disability, you need accommodation during any part of the employment process, please contact Human Resources at 936-468-2304.

    Posting Detail Information
    Posting Number S2019-324
    Candidates Eligible to Apply Open to all qualified applicants
    Number of Positions Available 1
    Posted Date 02/22/2019
    Review Start Date
    Close Date
    Work Schedule 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., some evenings & weekends as assigned.
    Open Until Filled Yes
    Special Instructions to Applicants
    Posting Quick Link
    Contact Information
    Contact Name Susan Nolan
    Contact Phone (936) 468-6300
    Contact Email
    Contact Information

    Supplemental Questions

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

    1. * What is the highest level of education attained?
      • GED
      • High School Diploma
      • Associates Degree
      • Bachelors Degree
      • Masters Degree
      • PHD
    2. * How many years of experience do you have related to this position?
      • Less than 1 year
      • 1 - 2 years
      • 3 - 5 years
      • 6 - 9 years
      • 10+ years

    Documents Needed To Apply

    Required Documents

    1. Cover Letter
    2. Curriculum Vitae
    3. List of References

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2019 9:18 AM | Anonymous

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    • Director of Student Conduct (Assistant Director, Offices of the Dean of Student Life)

    • College Station TAMU

    • Job Title

      Director of Student Conduct (Assistant Director, Offices of the Dean of Student Life)


      Texas A&M University


      Student Life

      Proposed Minimum Salary

      $5,166.66 monthly

      Job Location

      College Station, Texas

      Job Type


      Job Description

      The Assistant Director’s responsibilities include administrative direction of the Student Conduct Office. The Assistant Director is responsible for supervision for this area. The position includes responsibilities as a member of the Offices of the Dean of Student Life Administrative Team, which contribute to the operations of the department.

      Required Education and Experience:

      • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
      • Six years of progressively responsible management experience in student affairs, Student Conduct, or related field

      Required Licenses and Certifications:

      • Must have a State of Texas class “C” vehicle operator’s license or ability to obtain within 30 days of employment

      Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

      • Knowledge and application of higher education law as it relates to student conduct, including, but not limited to, due process, Clery Act, and other laws related to sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Ability to communicate with various constituent groups, including, but not limited to, students, advisors, attorneys, office staff, and senior leadership
      • Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others
      • Attention to detail. Confidentiality and dependability
      • Supervision skills of full-time staff
      • Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds

      Other Requirements;

      • General office conditions
      • Attends meetings and conferences concerning students and staff, and with student groups at times beyond usual working hours

      Preferred Education and Experience:

      • Master’s degree in Student Affairs, Higher Education, or related field (law, conflict resolution, social work, etc.)
      • Five or more years of experience in college/university student conduct
      • Five years of progressively responsible management experience in Student Affairs or related field
      • Experience creating and/or revising student conduct rules, policies, and/or procedures
      • Budgeting experience
      • Active participation in ASCA or related higher education/Student Affairs organization

      Preferred Licenses and Certifications:

      • Completion of one or more tracks of the Gehring Academy; Mediation Certificate; Certificate in higher education law and policy

      Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

      • Commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion
      • Understanding and knowledge of concepts of college student development


      • Directs the administrative and program operations of the Student Conduct Office
      • This includes long term strategic planning
      • Monitors the office budget
      • Oversees the Program Coordinator (manager of daily office operations) in creating the unit annual budget report for Department Senior Leadership
      • Maintains working relationships with office and department stakeholders
      • Serves as a primary Student Conduct Office liaison for various campus partners, as well as campus and community law enforcement agencies
      • Supervises staff in the Student Conduct Office
      • Oversees the hiring, training, supervision, and evaluation of assigned staff
      • Works with staff to create and maintain professional development plan(s)
      • Provides day-to-day guidance and perspective to staff administering the Student Conduct Code
      • Stays current on trends in student conduct and new legislation, state laws, federal requirements, and national standards relating to student conduct
      • Maintains and appropriately modify processes and workflow in the Student Conduct Offices to be in alignment with the above referenced legal and other frameworks within the context of Texas A&M University
      • Works with supervisor to create and maintain professional development plan, this may include utilizing campus trainings and/or attending professional conferences directly affiliated with job responsibilities
      • Provides ongoing student conduct-related training to staff, faculty, and students
      • Provides consultation to University departments, advisors, and student organizations relating to student conduct as needed
      • Will be required to operate a University or other motor vehicle to perform these duties
      • Interprets and administers the Student Conduct Code and the University Student Conduct System for Texas A&M University
      • Responsibilities include assessing conduct reports, issuing charges, assigning conduct officers, and conducting administrative conferences
      • Serves as the Chairperson or the Student Conduct Administrator for Student Life Conduct Conference Panels
      • Takes the lead on annual review of the University Student Rules including developing and proposing language for appropriate rule revisions consistent with relevant trends, national and state legislation, and case law
      • Provides requested data for department responses to University and Division requests for information for internal and external review and reporting
      • Serves as a representative on Department, Division, and University committees and task forces, at events, and to department stakeholders as assigned
      • Attend and actively engage in Department and Division meetings, trainings, and functions
      • Advances the philosophy of multiculturalism and promote diversity in staffing, programming and student leadership
      • Performs other duties as assigned

      Special Note: A cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references are strongly recommended. You may upload all three on the application under CV/Resume.

      Instructions to Applicants: Applications received by Texas A&M University and TAMHSC, must either have all job application data entered or a resume attached. Failure to provide all job application data or a complete resume could result in an invalid submission and a rejected application. We encourage all applicants to upload a resume or use a LinkedIn profile to pre-populate the online application.

      We are committed to diversity. It is our policy not to discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. Furthermore, we will maintain a work environment free from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

      All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution’s verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution’s procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.

      Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity

  • Tuesday, February 26, 2019 2:07 PM | Anonymous

    Assistant Director of Student Engagement and Transition Programs


    The University of Texas at Tyler


    Tyler, TX


    Admin - Student Affairs and Services



    Application Due:

    Open Until Filled




    $3,333.33 to $4,125.00 USD Per Month


    FLSA Status

    Earliest Start Date

    Hours per Week
    40.00 Standard from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

    Hiring Department
    Student Engagement

    Required Application Materials
    A resume, letter of Interest, and a list of 3 professional references is required in order to apply. Please combine all documents into one prior to uploading.

    Purpose of Position
    This position provides leadership in the development and implementation of student engagement, transition and retention programs. This position will supervise and manage student transition and persistence initiatives, including New Patriot Orientation, Parent and Family programs, First Year Experience, Sophomore Year Experience and Patriot Mentor Programs.

    Essential Functions
    • Facilitate student persistence programs including the Patriot Strong Student Persistence and Retention Team. Patriot Strong facilitation includes the management of student enrollment and retention alerts utilizing student success management systems, tracking student enrollment and retention data and conducting training, outreach and development of initiatives to improve retention and graduation rates.
    • Facilitate data analysis, tracking, reporting and assessment of university transition, retention and persistent programs.
    • Provide support, oversight, and leadership to programs that relate to departmental initiatives, retention efforts, and collaboration with other departments to further the mission and goals of the University and the Division.
    • Supervise and support departmental programs and staff in areas including but not limited to New Student Orientation, First-Year Experience Programs, Mentor Program, and Parent & Family Programs, University wide community engagement programs (e.g. Welcome Week, Homecoming).
    • Perform administrative tasks, assist with strategic planning, departmental assessment and evaluation of programs; manage the development of the annual budgets and the effective use of department resources.
    • Provide marketing and conduct departmental outreach regarding programs and initiatives.
    • Serve on university and UT System committees as necessary.
    Required Qualifications
    • Master's degree
    • Experience in qualitative and quantitative data analysis
    • Two years of experience in Student Affairs area
    • Willingness to work nontraditional office hours, nights, and weekends.
    Preferred Qualifications
    • Master's degree in Student Affairs field
    • Experience in qualitative and quantitative data analysis related to University level retention or persistence programs
    • Five or more years of experience in Student Affairs
    • Experience supervising full-time employees.
    Working Conditions
    • May work around standard office conditions
    • Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation
    Additional Information
    The retirement plan for this position is Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS), subject to the position being at least 20 hours per week and at least 135 days in length.



    Office of Human Resources
    Student Engagment
    The University of Texas at Tyler


    (903) 566-7234

    Online App. Form:

  • Wednesday, February 13, 2019 10:22 AM | Anonymous

    Student Services Coordinator

    San Antonio

    Business Professionals School of Nursing19000136

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    Job Summary:

    The Student Services Coordinator is responsible for leading the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing student services including new student orientations, white coat ceremonies, career fairs, and commencements; oversee student leadership development; serve as liaison to student organizations, student government, and faculty advisors; assist with scholarship administration; and coordinate school-wide communication efforts, while serving as a liaison with university departments and community partners. This position is under the pervue of the Assistant Dean for Academic Enhancement in the Student Success Center. 

    Job Duties:

    1. Responsible for the planning, advisement, and assessment of all student services events within the Student Success Center including three annual new student orientations and white coat ceremonies, two annual career fairs, two commencements, and various student organization/leadership events. Serves as the primary liaison between the school and all external vendors and university departments.

    2.Serve as co-collaborator for the development, maintenance, and support of the school’s student organizations and faculty advisors. Advises Nursing Student Council with initiatives and programs to aid in unity, identity, and spirit within the school of nursing. 

    3.  Manage the Student Success Center Student Leadership Development program, including the bi-annual student leadership retreat. The Student Services Coordinator is responsible for selecting the annual student leadership theme, common read, and curriculum for integration into every nursing student leadership program.

    4. Provide support to the Assistant Dean for Academic Enhancement and the Office of Financial Aid in the administration of need and merit-based scholarships for the school of nursing; coordinate the intake of participants to the disposition of the awards; generate award letters to admitted students and renewal letters to current students. Post awards to student accounts and initiate adjustments as needed. Collect data and disseminate reports to clear system and institutional audits

    5. Develop and deliver Financial Literacy curriculum and presentations for School of Nursing students that would include scholarship, budget management, financial aid, and loan repayment information.

    6. Support the Committee on Faculty and Student Matters (COFSM) as the student services liaison and with crisis management to provide emergency aid to nursing students. Serves on school, departmental, and institutional committees.

    7. Administer all school-wide communication efforts to students, staff, and faculty through various mediums of communication (email, digital marketing, and face-to-face). Communication may pertain to internal and external constituents and can be related to employment, NCLEX-prep vendors, or social activities. Performs all other duties as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities



    Bachelors degree is required. Masters degree in student affairs, higher education, or a related field is preferred.


    Two (2) years or more of related experience is required.


    Computer Skills:  Proficient in Microsoft Office suite, CRM systems, database programs, and website content management systems. Aptitude in learning new technology quickly is needed.

    Qualified applicants may apply:



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