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  • Thursday, July 01, 2021 9:29 PM | Benson (Administrator)

    The University of Texas Permian Basin

    Resident Director (Two Positions Available)

    The University of Texas Permian Basin invites applicants for the position of Resident Director for Resident Life and Dining Services.

    REPORTS TO: Director and Assistant Director Resident Director for Resident Life and Dining Services.

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Will provide direct supervision to the Area Coordinator and the Resident Assistants.

    SALARY RANGE: $31,408.00 $37,856.00.00, Depending upon qualifications.


    The Resident Director’s primary responsibilities include the facilitation of a healthy and safe community in student housing, management of building operations, programs, and services, the leadership of all residence hall staff, on-call duty rotation, programming, and administrative responsibilities.

    1. Develop and maintain awareness of community and student issues in the residence halls through communication with area Residential Life staff and respond to such issues. Work with Area Coordinator to assess student needs and interests; anticipate and promote educational, cultural, social, recreational, and service programs, which are supportive to the residence community.
    2. Manages and oversees the daily operations of the residence hall by establishing objectives and direction for residence hall programming and building operations
    3. Investigate various critical incidents as they arise and communicate with University officials as required. Enforce University and departmental policies and procedures. Timely completes and submits incident reports.
    4. Assumes leadership for and manages budget for a functional area and oversees the planning of student life activities of residential units.  
    5. Recruits, trains and supervises residential staff. Plans, coordinates, and monitors residential staff work schedules and activities. Provides guidance and referrals to residents and staff. Plans and participates in staff development of student workers.  
    6. On-call responsibilities as required on a rotating basis.

    1. This is an exempt 12-month live-in position. As an exempt employee, this schedule may vary based on the number of hours needed to meet the job responsibilities. The individual holding this position will need to be available early mornings, evenings, and weekends to meet the needs of the Department.2. Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills, demonstrated leadership, and supervisory abilities are required. 
    3. The incumbent will be required to live in the residence hall for 12 months per year. 
    4. Ability to successfully pass a criminal background check. Ability to drive and/or travel by car for the University.

  • Friday, June 11, 2021 2:50 PM | Ashley Spicer-Runnels (Administrator)

    REPORTS TO: Dean of Students

    SALARY RANGE: $60,000.00 to $63,000.00, depending upon qualifications.


    The Director of Student Belonging and Inclusion will provide support to international and multicultural student populations; coordinate inclusive international and multicultural student programming; plan, implement, and evaluate programs to increase understanding and appreciation of diversity, initiate and implement educational programs concerning issues centered around marginalized student communities; collaborate with campus partners to increase support for international students and students from underrepresented backgrounds; and, serve as a retention specialist for underrepresented student populations.


    1. The Director of Student Belonging and Inclusion will provide support to international and multicultural student populations;

    2. Oversee the operations of the Center for Student Belonging and Inclusion and International Student Services;

    3. Coordinate inclusive international and multicultural student programming;

    4. Plan, implement, and evaluate programs to increase understanding and appreciation of diversity, initiate and implement educational programs concerning issues centered around marginalized student communities;

    5. Collaborate with campus partners to increase support for international students and students from underrepresented backgrounds; and,

    6. Serve as a retention specialist for underrepresented student populations.

    7. Collaborate with DEI leadership within the university to ensure the vision and strategic plan in relation to DEI are applied and sustainable.

    8. Develop and promote DEI programming events that intentionally connect students, faculty, and staff from diverse cultural backgrounds in an effort to celebrate diversity, encourage dialogue, and increase understanding.

    9. Serve as a Designated School Official in support of international students.

    10. Interviews, hires, and trains student assistants.

    11. Monitors budgetary information relative to wages, equipment and services.

    12. Maintains data related to various benefits and services available and regulations related to services.

    13. Assists with applications, documentations, policies and data entry. Answers questions regarding policies, practices and operations, prepares correspondence and reports.

    14. Assist with programmatic initiatives in support of the goals of the Office of the Dean of Students and the Division of Student Affairs and Leadership.

    The above statements are not a complete list of all responsibilities and duties performed by employees in this job. Employee may perform other related duties as assigned by the Dean of Students.


    1. Employment is subject to an introductory period to monitor employee performance. If hired, the prospective employee must present documentation within three (3) days of hire date to establish their identity and employment eligibility as required by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

    2. The University of Texas Permian Basin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

    3. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

    4. EOE, including disability/vets.

    5. UTPB participates in e-Verify.


    This is an exempt 12-month full time position with an expected 40 hour work schedule Monday through Friday. As an exempt employee this schedule may vary based on the hours needed to meet job responsibilities. Therefore the employee may need to be available early morning, evening and weekends to meet the needs of the department.

    The University offers an excellent compensation package which includes a broad range of employee benefits including free health insurance (employee only) as well as a generous retirement program. We invite you to learn more at


    1. Master’s degree in educational leadership or higher education administration required or a combination of equivalent experience and education.

    2. Five (5) to (7) years of experience in higher education administration.

    3. Candidate must possess good people skills and empathy for the population served including cultural considerations.

    4. Candidate must possess knowledge of the Microsoft Office software and the ability to learn and use institutional software systems.

    5. Must also comply with all state and university policies.


    Experience in international student programming preferred.

  • Thursday, June 10, 2021 4:31 PM | Anonymous

    Student Conduct Office Student Conduct Investigator Offices of the Dean of Student Life 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.

    POSITION OVERVIEW: The Student Conduct Investigator is responsible for managing the day-to-day responsibilities of coordinating and facilitating investigations of alleged violations of the University Student Rules or organizational policies, where undergraduate, graduate, professional and first professional students are the alleged offenders.


    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • Five years’ experience in student affairs work or related speciality area with a bachelor’s degree. Three years’ experience in student affairs or related speciality area with a master’s degree.


    • Master’s degree in higher education administration or related field.
    • Law enforcement or student conduct experience highly preferred.


    • 80% Student Conduct Investigations: Develop investigation plans for each assigned investigation, identify and work collaboratively with a trained staff member as a co-investigator and conduct the investigation assigned. Maintain appropriate objectivity throughout the investigation process. Contact involved parties as appropriate, provide information regarding the investigatory process, and conduct interviews. Gather and secure relevant information through interviews with involved parties and witnesses, and other pertinent documentation. Create and maintain thorough records and notes of the investigatory process. Provide detailed and unbiased reports of the findings of the investigation to the Dean of Student Life or designee in a timely manner. May conduct investigations in College Station or at branch campuses.
    • 10% Student Conduct Administration: Assist in the resolution of student conduct cases and other office initiatives, services and projects. Tasks include reviewing reports for potential violations of the Student Conduct Code, meeting with students, witnesses, advisors and other supporters to resolve cases, and assigning appropriate educational sanctions. May serve as panel chair or student conduct administrator as needed.
    • 5%: Presentations and Workshops: Design, implement, and evaluate presentations and workshops to students, faculty, and staff in alignment with office mission. This may include Ethics & Decision Making workshops and other workshops implemented by the Student Conduct Office, Health Promotion, and general prevention education.
    • 5%: Other Duties: Serve as 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. Advance the philosophy of multiculturalism and promote diversity in staffing, programming and student leadership. Perform other duties as assigned.

    For more information, contact Kalyn Cavazos, Search Committee Chair | (979) 845-3111

    Salary: $45,000 - $49,000 plus excellent State benefits

    To Apply:

    Posting Number R-038357

    Candidates are strongly encouraged to include a copy of their resume and a cover letter outlining their qualifications for the position. Application priority deadline: June 18, 2021

    The Offices of the Dean of Student Life is one of the seventeen departments in the Division of Student Affairs and is responsible for a myriad of student programs and services including: the Graduate & Professional Student Government; Health Promotion; the LGBTQ+ Pride Center; New Student & Family Programs; Off Campus Student Services; Student Assistance Services; the Student Conduct Office; Student Legal Services; Student Media; and the Women’s Resource Center.

    Qualified candidates may apply:

  • Thursday, June 10, 2021 4:23 PM | Anonymous

     University of Texas at El Paso J

    Job Code: 10404

    Job Title: Assistant Director Department: Student Engagement and Leadership Center (SELC)

    Reports To: Director, SELC

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Prepared By: Human Resource Services Creation / Revision Date: October 2019

    Summary: The Assistant Director of Leadership, Inclusion, and Campus Engagement provides strong educational, social, and leadership development orientated co-curricular programs and activities to enhance student learning at the University of Texas at El Paso. The Assistant Director will oversee and implement engaging programs and activities focused on increasing student life, building leadership capacity, supporting student success as well as an inclusive student body. In order to be successful, the Assistant Director will need to work collaboratively with the Division of Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, and many offices throughout the University.

    Note: The primary accountabilities below are intended to describe the general content of and requirements of this position and are not intended to be an exhaustive statement of duties. Incumbents may perform all or some of the primary accountabilities listed below. Specific tasks or responsibilities will be documented in the incumbents’ performance objectives as outlined by the incumbents’ immediate supervisor or manager. This position is security sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code §51.215, which authorizes the employer to obtain criminal history record information. Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the State where the applicant resides and must be insurable as defined in the UT System BPM 16-05-02, as applicable to the performance of essential duties and responsibilities of the position.

    Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:

    Department Management: • Responsible for the recruitment, training, professional development and management of Coordinators and student interns within the Student Engagement and Leadership Center.

    • Serves as a member of the Student Engagement Leadership Team and contributes to the broader institutional goals of increasing participation by students in student life activities and UTEP Edge high-impact experiences such as student leadership or internships and specific events such as UTEP Edge Student Leaders, International Food Fair, and the Regional Leadership Conference.
    • Develops, implements and conducts a comprehensive department assessment plan that includes but is not limited to evidence of student learning, student and customer satisfaction, monthly Department Dashboards, and Impact Reports.
    • Develops and implements a robust marketing plan that encourages and promotes campus engagement reflecting a continuous increase in student participation in programs and initiatives.

    Student Engagement:

    • Oversees the development and implementation of a comprehensive, learning outcome based, programming model that contributes greatly to leadership programming as well as supports the Regional Leadership Conference.
    • Oversees efforts to ensure communication with the student body is effective, resulting in an increase in participation in overall programming.
    • Coordinates and/or partners on several major events, activities and initiatives including UTEP Edge, Minerpalooza, and Miner Welcome.
    • Develop and implement reporting model for students participating in programs and launch marketing effort to those who are not.
    • Provides oversight, plans, directs, and executes major large-scale student and campus-wide events and special 2 projects including but not limited to Minerpalooza, leadership conferences, speaker series, pep rallies, and the Annual Student Leadership Awards.
    • Coordinates and/or partners on several major events, activities and initiatives including New Student Orientation, Athletic Events, Orange and Blue Days, and Miner Melt.

    Diversity and Inclusion:

    • Works collaboratively with faculty, departments, Colleges/Schools and administration in developing, leading and assessing a culturally inclusive programs/activities, high-impact activities, and academic success initiatives for first year students, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students.
    • Oversees the development and implementation of a comprehensive, learning outcome based, programming model that contributes greatly to educating students on diversity and inclusion initiatives.
    • Coordinates and/or partners on several major events, activities and initiatives including International Food Fair and Social Change Leadership Retreat.
    • In partnership with faculty, departments, Colleges/Schools and administration, create, implement and oversee 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.

    Participates in various committees, professional trainings, industry conferences, and conventions.

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

    Complies 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.

    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/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Minimum Education required: Master’s Degree in student development, higher education or related field.

    Minimum Experience required: Three years post master’s professional student affairs work experience at a college or university with proven ability to plan strategically, develop innovative programs, collaborative with internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated leadership and experience supervising full-time student affairs professional staff as well as graduate and/or undergraduate student staff, advising college/university student organizations, training staff, crisis response and adjudication of student conduct.

    Preferred Experience: Five years post masters professional student affairs experience at a college or university. Demonstrated professional involvement in NASPA, ACPA, or other professional organization. 3

    Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; stoop, kneel and crouch. The employee is frequently required to use hands to feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to lift and move up to 25 pounds.

    Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment ranges from moderate to very loud. Some travel required.

    Qualified candidates may apply:

  • Thursday, June 10, 2021 4:11 PM | Anonymous

    University of North Texas- Center for Leadership and Service: Leadership Coordinator


    About the CLS and Leadership Coordinator:


    UNT’s Center for Leadership and Service develops learning opportunities and provides collaborative programs for students to engage as active citizens and leaders in the community. The Center integrates learning, service, and leadership to promote a lasting commitment to social responsibility and lifelong service. The Leadership Coordinator in the CLS oversees leadership and service development, training, and outreach programs to the UNT community.


    Job Description:

    • Provide administrative leadership in the development, coordination, and implementation of educational student leadership and service programs that enhance student learning and civic and social responsibility
    • Oversee the planning and implementation of leadership training workshops, leadership conferences/retreats, and other types of programs that promote leadership and service development in students
    • Advise and support the CLS student committees in the development and implementation of events and support programs
    • Assist in the development and serve as the advisor of the LEAD Ambassadors and UNT Serves!
    • Serve as a trip advisor for Alternative Breaks
    • Develop, implement, and assess learning outcomes to ensure programs are meeting the needs of all UNT students
    • Assist with the hiring process, training, and supervision of a marketing assistant
    • Supervise the Graduate Assistant for Leadership Initiatives
    • Work collaboratively with partners across campus in the development of programs and collaboration related to leadership and service initiatives
    • Produce reports highlighting needs and successes of leadership development programming



  • Monday, May 24, 2021 12:15 PM | Anonymous

    Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life Job Description

    This position is responsible for providing oversight to all programs and services originating out of Fraternity & Sorority Life, including advising all four Greek councils, working with local and national chapters for each organization (41 current chapters), maintaining a 6,000 square foot facility, and the management of 7 university-owned sorority houses and 8 fraternity houses we have land leases with. Duties include program planning and development, budget allocation and monitoring, assessment, supervision, strategic planning, and outreach.

    • Develops a strategic plan for the growth of Fraternity & Sorority Life at UNT.

    • Maintains a comprehensive communication plan for Fraternity & Sorority Life at UNT.

    • Allocates and manages all budgets related to Fraternity & Sorority Life.

    • Provides oversite to all 4 Greek Councils and seeks to establish relationships with chapter advisors, housing corporations, and Greek alumni.

    • Provides direct supervision to 3 full-time staff members, a graduate assistant, and several student employees.

    • Establishes and manages departmental strategic and assessment plan, including the development of expected and learning outcomes.

    • Understands national trends and risk management practices related to Fraternity & Sorority Life and educates the Greek and university community on key pieces.

    • Works with chapters to ensure adherence to national policies outlined by their organizations, as well as university polices and local, state, and national policies that impact Greek organizations.

    • Effectively communicates to chapters, chapter advisors, housing corporations, national offices, and other campus constituents.

    • Collaborates with university facilities and auxiliary services regarding billing, maintenance concerns, and updates for Sorority Row

    • Work closely and collaboratively with representatives of (inter) national organizations.

    • Develops and sustains cooperative relationships with academic departments, faculty members, Student Affairs, and other university departments and Divisions.

    • Ensures department’s participation in the campus’ Quality Enhancement Plan and other major initiatives.

    • Represents the university locally, regionally, and nationally in terms of orientation and transition programs. Supervision Received

    • Receives only broad administrative guidance. Assignments are in terms of setting objectives within strategic planning goals. Employee has responsibility for planning, designing and implementing programs and projects, and sets goals for department. Review of work is generally limited to accomplishment of broad functional objectives, and conformance to policies and regulatory requirements. Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in related field and at least six years of related professional experience. Preferred Qualifications

    • Master’s degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, or an equivalent degree program.

    • Six years of direct Fraternity & Sorority Life experience.

    • Experience supervising full-time employees.

  • Monday, May 24, 2021 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    University of Texas at Arlington Associate Director of Communications & Marketing

    Hours: Monday-Friday; 8:00am-5:00pm. Some evening and weekend work required Salary: Salary is commensurate based on qualifications and relevant experience.

    Job Summary: Provides marketing and communication direction and support for the Division of Student Affairs. Supervisors the Special Projects Coordinator and coordinates large University special events such as Convocation and Commencement. Assists the Director of Communications, Planning, and Operations with special projects.

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Provide marketing support to The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and the entire Division of Student Affairs including the creation and implementation of marketing plans and messaging via multiple marketing platforms (print, web, email, and social media), the creation of apparel, promotional materials, and advertisements, and establish a Student Affairs presence at various recruitment and information fairs. Supervise a team of students, who create marketing materials for social, web, mobile, video and photo. Manages the creation of all marketing materials, give creative direction, direct client interaction, and preparing final files for production. Maintain the Student Affairs and VPSA websites and serve as a web resource for Student Affairs departments. Manage and complete all marketing and licensing approvals for all departments and student groups within the Division of Student Affairs. Create, maintain, implement and train professional and student staff on the visual identity guidelines for the Division of Student Affairs. Serve as a liaison between Student Affairs and University Communications and serve as a member on University committees to assist with the marketing, promotion and implementation of major university events including Homecoming, MavsMeet Convocation, Parent & Family Weekend, and Welcome Week. Supervise Special Projects Coordinator with event logistics for all University Commencement Ceremonies and MavsMeet Convocation. Including development of timelines, deadlines, scripts and college information packets. Meet with commencement team, convocation team and coordinators to communicate event information. Provide expertise and resources for the divisional and student marketing staff with editing, content writing skills, creativity, and marketing related technology skills used for communications on campus. Performs other duties assigned as a valuable team member to the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, the Division of Student Affairs and the University.

    Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in higher education, journalism, English, public relations, communications, or related field. Five (5) years of experience in higher education, Student Affairs, communications and/or special event planning or the equivalent experience. Excellent organization, editing, and writing skills, as well as high degree of creativity. Strong project management, interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects. Strong knowledge of the usage and implementation of Microsoft Word, Adobe Creative Suite, email marketing programs, social media and web content management systems (Cascade and Sitecore). Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree and student supervision experience. Experience in collecting and using user data from email, web and social media marketing as well as a working knowledge of print and electronic design trends, web site navigation, photography and production.

  • Monday, May 24, 2021 9:56 AM | Anonymous

    Associate Director for High-Impact Practices (Residence Life & Student Housing) (RES00000026)


    Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.

    Job Summary:

    The Associate Director for High-Impact Practices, a position within Residence Life & Student Housing (RLSH) at SMU, is an exceptional and innovative position designed to integrate the student curricular and co-curricular experience.  This position provides leadership, vision, and management for the implementation and sustainment of high impact educational practices in a residential setting.  The Associate Director (AD) leads efforts to develop, enhance, and promote a co-curricular learning initiatives related to the Residential Commons (RC) and housing, which incorporates feedback, reflection, and demonstration/articulation of what students gained from the experiences.  The AD promotes and fosters student engagement, with particular emphasis on involvement in high-impact student experiences and retention efforts set forth in SMU in Four.  This position will work with the Director for Academic Initiatives to ensure that all areas are covered appropriately and will use data to make strategic decisions related to office initiatives.

    Essential Functions:

    Seek out, conceptualize and implement high-impact-educational practices across the residential communities.  Working with the Engage Dallas Advisory Board, establish the strategic direction, conceptualize and implement a student engagement framework for Engage Dallas that supports application and demonstration of student learning and personal impact through co-curricular, place-based community engagement experiences.  Facilitate and advance the work of the Engage Dallas implementation and teams and the SMU in Four initiative.

    Facilitate and support the development of the Residential Commons' Peer Leader programs and SMU in Four initiatives to support retention. Individual Peer Leader programs include: honors mentors, peer academic leaders, and peer chaplains.  With Peer Leader supervisors, coordinate the hiring, training, evaluation, and the assessment of program effectiveness.  Ensure necessary communication to program and SMU in Four stakeholders.

    Develop and oversee the risk management and compliance-related efforts for high impact practices to include the Engage Dallas initiative. Manage and reconcile a budget to support high-impact-educational programs related to the Residential Commons and housing.

    Collaborate with campus stakeholders to further identify and support student engagement opportunities within the Residential Commons (e.g., study abroad, curricular proficiencies). Communicate and educate the campus about division and departmental initiatives and ways to help students create their engagement plans.  Perform other duties as assigned to advance department and divisional goals.

    Identify ways of engaging and communicating with students, faculty, and staff about the importance of becoming involved in the Residential Commons and completing multiple high-impact-educational experiences over their time at SMU. Collaborate and determine program needs, program development assessment, grants, and coordination of data with the assessment teams related to the experience, student learning, and impact of student participation.

    Education and Experience:

    Master’s degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs Administration, College Student Development, Curriculum and Instruction, or a related field, is required.  Doctoral degree is preferred.

    Five years’ experience in supervisory, administrative and programming capacities in a Student Affairs department is required.  Experience in Student Activities, Community Engagement, Leadership, Experiential Education, or Career Services is preferred.

    Must have experience working with individual students, groups, program and curriculum development, facilitating education workshops and planning events.

    Knowledge of student development theory, student engagement literature, high-impact practices and curriculum development is required.

    Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) are required.  Preferred skills include: Canvas (or similar LMS system), Qualtrics, WEAVE, Candid.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    Candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to interface effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.   

    Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate a conceptual framework to multiple audiences.

    Effective consulting and leadership skills are highly preferred, with the ability to collaborate with campus leadership in a highly complex environment.

    Candidate must possess excellent organizational skills that include effective planning, time management and project management.   

    Candidate must demonstrate strong problem solving skills and analytical skills.  Problems require new approaches and creative problem resolution.


    Must be willing and able to attend occasional weekend and evening events related to high-impact practice initiatives.

    Must be willing and able to travel occasionally to conferences, or travel to Engage Dallas non-profit and community sites.

    Deadline to Apply:

    Priority consideration may be given to submissions received by:  June 09, 2021

    Deadline to Apply:  June 30, 2021

    Physical/Environmental Demands:

    This position must be able to:

    • ·       Stand
    • ·       Walk for long distances
    • ·       Carry/lift 25 lbs.
    • ·       Push/Pull
    • ·       Handle objects (dexterity)
    • ·       Sit for long periods of time
    • ·       Drive motorized equipment

    To Apply: 

    Please visit our website

    to access the online application.  See Working at SMU. Click on Staff Career Opportunities and apply to:

    Associate Director for High Impact Practices (Residence Life & Student Housing) (RES00000026)

    SMU will not discriminate in any program or activity on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity and expression. The Executive Director for Access and Equity/Title IX Coordinator is designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies and may be reached at the Perkins Administration Building, Room 204, 6425 Boaz Lane, Dallas, TX 75205, 214-768-3601,

  • Monday, May 24, 2021 9:55 AM | Anonymous

    I-CARE Case Manager


    Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is a vibrant, Hispanic Serving Doctoral Research Institution that proudly provides a solid academic reputation, renowned faculty and highly-rated degree programs since 1947. The University has a heritage of teaching excellence with innovation in research and community engagement as part of the distinguished Texas A&M System. With palm tree-lined pathways throughout the campus, nearby natural wetlands, a scenic hike-and-bike trail and a university beach, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is the only university in the nation located on its own island, at the heart of the Texas Gulf Coast.


    Review of applications will begin June 1, 2021.



    Responsibilities are:


    Provide case management for student of concern cases:

    • Take reports, investigate concerns, evaluate, and present cases to I-CARE Team. Serve as a point of contact and provide consultation for campus community members who are seeking guidance and advice about our services for students who may be experiencing distress; also communicate possible intervention steps and procedures. Manage and make appropriate referrals to on-campus resources and community-based resources. Serve as a member of the I-CARE Behavioral Intervention Team and communicate to the team current information related to cases concerning students in distress; work closely with the ADOS and assist in determining appropriate action to take on referred cases. Coordinate and implement recommendations to the I-CARE team regarding students in distress.
    • Coordinate follow-up and tracking of students in distress to monitor progress and ensure compliance with recommendations; maintain confidential student records. Complete documentation and maintain record keeping of ICARE cases in Maxient.
    • Collaborate with the Student Conduct Officer(s) to assist in the facilitation of behavior intervention strategies in student conduct cases, when needed.


    Complete administrative duties as follows:

    • Assist the ADOS with the updates and maintenance of the ICARE Manual, the website, community resource provider list and all marketing materials. Research, design, and implement training sessions and presentations for the campus community. Compile, analyze, and manage all data and information in the Maxient database system regarding ICARE concerns. Prepare monthly and annual reports of ICARE cases. Establish working relationships with community mental health providers and other support agencies.


    Provide outreach and education to campus community:

    • Provide support and outreach to staff and faculty when distressed students are identified, and support is needed. Serve as the first staff member for student intervention, including outreach to students who may be reluctant to seek support services on their own. Work closely with the University Counseling Center (UCC), the Health Center (UHC), Disability Services, University Police Department (UPD) and other campus constituents in coordinating referrals and services.


    Professional Development:

    • Serve as a back-up for the Chair of the I-CARE Team in his/her absence. Keep abreast of federal and state policies and laws that will affect the scope or practice of case management. Serve on departmental and campus committees and projects. Perform other duties as assigned.



    For more information or to apply, visit:


    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.


    Office of Human Resources Texas A&M University Corpus Christi 6300 Ocean Drive Corpus Christi, TX 78412-5730 O: (361) 825-2630 F: (361) 825-5871

  • Monday, May 24, 2021 9:53 AM | Anonymous

    The Student Development Specialist II is responsible for assisting in the resolution of student conduct cases and other office initiatives, services and projects. Tasks include administering the student conduct code; assisting with office assessment; assisting with office presentations and trainings; and the creation, development, and implementation of educational workshops and sanctions. This position will also participate as a member of Offices of the Dean of Student Life task forces and committees as assigned.

    The Student Conduct Office will be filling two vacancies at this level. 

    Job Posting Link:

    For more information, please contact Search Committee Chair, Kalyn Cavazos at

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