Dean Of Students Job Description Sample
Dean Of Students
DEAN OF STUDENTS
POSITION TITLE:DEAN OF STUDENTS
Provides leadership, management and supervision in the student programs of the school, and maintains focus on a variety of areas related to academics, coordinated curriculum, staff development, instruction, home-school cooperation and developing a sense of community.
Acts as student advisor in cooperation with school counselor. Provides leadership and acts as the student advocate for all students.
Works with small groups of identified students in order to identify issues and attempt to resolve the concerns or to provide direction and leadership to these groups. Develops and consults the school on curriculum activities. Develops school Re:Learning and Coalition programs, proposals and their annual revisions where applicable.
Conducts student needs evaluations and implements programs in order to meet the students' requirements. Completes self evaluations, testing and other activities related to curriculum. Provides in-service to new teachers and assists teachers as needed.
Develops and presents in-service training to teachers and staff. Directs and assigns curricular activities of the resource teacher. Participates in developing school schedules.
Participates in the Instructional Council. Organizes, and administers school wide testing programs. Develops, organizes, and implements programs/activities that promote a positive school climate.
Assists in staffing activities. Attends meetings and keeps updated with state guidelines for curriculum and instructions.
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND EXPERIENCE:
Preferences: Effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
Flexibility, organization, decision-making and problem solving skills. Interpersonal skills with diverse populations in-person and on the telephone. Knowledge of APS community, computer system, financial and legal requirements.
Ability to meet deadlines, work on multiple projects and coordinate the work of others. Knowledge of district policies on immunization, medication, first aid, emergencies and child abuse/neglect. Knowledge of Re:Learning and the Coalition of Essential Schools where applicable. Five years of experience in teaching, counseling or in other leadership roles.
Requires: Bachelor's degree. Valid New Mexico teaching certificate endorsed in the area to be taught.
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Dean Of Students
Bachelor's degree required
Knowledge of resources both within and beyond the school
Highly effective communication skills to interact with students, parents, and staff
Customer focused and results orientation
Strong organizational, problem-solving, and change management skills
Baldrige experience considered a strong advantage
Provides assistance to the Principal in supervising the daily operations of the school in accordance with the mission, vision, values and policies of Cornerstone Education Group. Models a standard of excellence in his/her work.
The Dean of Students is responsible for assisting the School Principal in overseeing the successful delivery of school culture and climate operation of the school by acting as the school's point of contact for all HR, IT, Facility, Compliance, Marketing and other operational components.
Customer satisfaction – primarily as measured by Student surveys
Stakeholder satisfaction – Parent, Vendor and Partner surveys
Student behavior and discipline
Student attendance versus target
Student retention versus target
Enrollment levels versus target
Excellent, engaged team – staff retention and development
Leveraging data to drive all decisions
Assisting in management and development of student behavior programs
Promoting an environment to facilitate collaboration and learning for students and staff
Planning, monitoring and evaluating Positive Behavior Intervention Systems
Monitoring school-wide attendance
Assuring compliance with federal and state regulations
Managing student behavior to assure consistency with Cornerstone Education Group Program
Assuring safety for all students and staff
Maintaining positive parent and community relationships
Serving as the designee for the Principal in his or her absence
Supporting and providing additional interventions to at-risk students
Dean Of Students
EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM (EBRPSS) JOB DESCRIPTION
POSITION TITLE: Dean of Students (Check v one) Elementary Middle High
REPORTS TO: School Principal and/or Principal Designee
SALARY RANGE: See most recently approved online or hard copy EBRPSS Salary Schedule
PREPARED BY: Interim Executive Director of Human Services
APPROVED DATE: June 2012
The Dean of Students will assist students, parents/caregivers, teachers, faculty, and administrators in understanding and relating to the school objectives and missions. In general, the Dean of Students will serve as a link between students and administration.
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (The Dean of Students assists the Principal and/or Assistant Principal in:
Facilitates academic and behavioral intervention responses
Conferences with students, parents/caregivers and teachers where individual student academic and behavioral problems are involved.
Uses and interprets formative and summative assessments
Provides knowledge and guiding teachers in the use of appropriate standards, content, materials, and resources
Works with teachers to assure continuity and articulation of the instructional program throughout the school
Facilitates the use of research-based teaching strategies and best practices to address the needs of teachers, students, and school goals
Provides leadership for teachers by planning, collaborating, organizing, and mentoring to support the improvement of the instructional program
Organizes and facilitates ongoing, school-based professional staff development
Demonstrates the appropriate use of instructional technology and other educational tools to enhance and extend instruction
Works collaboratively with the librarian and other appropriate staff members to promote informational literacy to provide resources and staff development
Reviews and analyzes school-wide data and assisting the teachers in its interpretation to measure and improve student achievement and/or program effectiveness
Assists teachers and school counselors to better understand and work more effectively with students having school-related problems
Acts as resources for teachers, and school counselors regarding student achievement, attendance, behavior, and other problems
Arranges workshops or other types of in-service meetings for all areas of the curriculum for teachers, supervisors, and resource personnel.
Guides curriculum study and coordinating the curriculum between grade levels, departments, and buildings.
Completes walk-throughs and observations working with students, faculty, staff, and administration for classroom alignment with expectations for student conduct and for effective teaching
Develops and implements effective community relations programs
Provides educational leadership by creating an environment conducive to teaching and learning
Administers and supervises all school activities
Plans, prepare, and distribute student and teacher handbooks
Interprets and administer policies, rules and regulations, established by the legislature, by state and local boards of education, school district administration, and school administration
Establishes and maintains process for daily accounting of attendance of all students
Assists in monitoring teacher duty post
Assists in administering the total school health program, including student insurance, school immunization records, student and employee accident reports, and providing basic first aid until professional care is available
Assists in providing plant and campus security
Prepares and submit reports as required for the effective operation of school facilities
Performs other duties as assigned by the principal and/or assistant principal
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS
The essential functions for the position of a Dean of Students include the physical and mental involvement requirements noted in this position description in addition to regular reliable attendance given the limited number of employees available to perform the essential functions of this position. It is also essential that the Dean of Students be able to follow the directives of the School Principal, Assistant Principal, supervisory designees, and other appropriate central office administrators in insuring the harmonious operation of the school.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION
The Dean of Students should meet the minimal certification requirements for the State of Louisiana for a teacher as outlined by the Louisiana Department of Education in Bulletin 746. The Dean of Students must have a minimum of five (5) years successful teaching experience with evidence of leadership ability.
The Dean of Students must have the ability to 1) read, analyze, and interpret scientific/technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents, 2) respond to inquiries or complaints, 3) write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format, 4) effectively present information to top management, the principal, assistant principal, and other appropriate supervisory level designees, public groups, and the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board.
The Dean of Students must have the ability to 1) define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions, and 2) interpret a variety of technical instructions in mathematical/diagram forms and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the Dean of Students to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the Dean of Students is frequently required to sit or to stand for long periods of time. The Dean of Students is required to use hands to handle or feel controls, to talk, and to hear. The Dean of Students must occasionally lift or move light weight up to twenty (20) pounds.
The Dean of Students must 1) possess sufficient interpersonal skills to function compatibly with others, and 2) respond positively to supervision and to accept suggestions for improvement.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those the Dean of Students encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT & TRAITS
The Dean of Students acknowledges that he or she is required to maintain a high standard of professional conduct. Breach of said professional conduct includes but is not limited to: neglect of duty, dishonesty, engagement in acts that are contrary to East Baton Rouge Parish School Board policy, unlawful activities, or any other conduct which is seriously prejudicial to the school system. In terms of professional traits, the Dean of Students is poised, self-confident, enthusiastic, optimistic, punctual, dependable, unbiased, fair, flexible, articulate, writes effectively, handles confidential information discreetly, attends work regularly, dresses and behaves professionally, presents accurate and timely records and other documents.
CLASSIFICATION UNDER FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACTS (FLSA)
The EBRPSS in compliance with FLSA considers this position EXEMPT from any and all overtime payments.
The Dean of Students shall be evaluated in accordance with the standards/process established in Bulletin 130 and in accordance with the EBRPSS Local Personnel Evaluation (LPE) Plan.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
Dean Of Students
Position Title: Dean of Students
Reports To: Principal, Asst. Principal
Salary and Benefits: In accordance with HEA Agreement
Work Year: 189 Days
Position aligned to life of SIG Grant only
(Voluntary Transfer from HEA does not guarantee a position at conclusion of grant) PURPOSE OF POSITION
To promote and use Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) initiatives for students and with staff to enhance and support the academic progress of students, ensuring good student conduct and attendance, school safety and the prevention of school violence and bulling. Additionally supports the teaching staff by supporting classroom management programs, identifying students with attendance issues or disciplinary problems and addresses those issues with administration, faculty and parents to create a positive outcome.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Uses the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) initiatives and participates committee.
Enforces school behavioral expectations, including attendance.
Participates is student supervision before, during, and after the school day as well as extra-curricular events.
Confers with students, parents, and teachers regarding student related conduct and attendance policies.
Assists staff with the creation and alignment of classroom student behavioral expectations and classroom management plans.
Serves as a resource to staff regarding student management issues.
Collaborates with staff, administrators, and parents through the response to intervention process.
Assists in the planning, developing, and implementation of student behavior plans.
Confers with students and administer on appropriate consequences for infractions.
Communicates with staff and parents/guardians regarding student behavior.
Supports the administration of student safety initiatives (ex: drug/alcohol, bully/victim, etc.).
Collaborates with the school counselor and other school personnel to create and maintain research-based behavioral interventions.
Supports and incorporates programs that positively include students in the management of school-wide behavioral expectations (ex: teen court, student liaisons to PBIS, etc.)
Prepares and records documentation of student behavior.
Attends appropriate meetings regarding student growth and success (IEP and 504 case conferences, parent meetings, expulsion hearings, etc.).
Assists in the maintenance of the crisis management plan and school safety requirements.
Compiles, analyzes, and shares student discipline data regularly, and use that data to make decisions.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Valid PA teaching certification; minimum 3 years of teaching experience with demonstrated experience in the use and implementation of successful student behavior management strategies or Counselor Certification
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- State policy and laws affecting the management of student behaviors
Build Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support
Create and implement student behavior expectations
Implement conflict resolution strategies
Build positive relationships with students, staff, parents, and community members
Collaborate and communicate effectively with key stakeholders through a variety of methods
Ability to function effectively in situations where a wide range of emotions are exhibited.
Provide leadership of behavior management
Plan, organize, and manage time and resources
ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Performs other reasonably related duties in equal or lower classifications as assigned.
Ability to perform the essential functions of the job including repeated standing, sitting, walking, climbing stairs, grasping, bending and reaching.
Ability to operate and use varied office equipment, computers and other electronic devices
Ability to lift 15 to 30 lbs. on occasion.
Satisfactory criminal, child abuse and School Personnel Health records.
Assistant Director, Dean Of Students
The Dean of Students Department at the University of North Texas is seeking to hire an Assistant Director, Training to join our team. Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
Works closely with the Senior Associate Dean of Students in disciplinary counseling, emergency and crisis situations
arising from the general student body. Will advise and counsel a diverse student population relative to personal, social, financial, academic and organizational concerns, organize and present special programs and activates geared to the interest and needs of high risk students, with an emphasis on the involvement of the total student body and University community.
The Assistant Director reports directly to the Senior Associate Dean of Students and is responsible for the
administration of student's rights and responsibilities (student conduct), dealing with student crisis and complaints and investigating Title IX cases and working with CARE Team referrals. This position will work collaboratively with a
wide variety of administrative and faculty departments across the university and community to promote civility and
good citizenship. In addition, this position will have responsibilities to assist with CARE Team referrals, Clery and
- Handles individual student problems, complaints, grievances and rights adjustment situations and provides
policy interpretation, as assigned.
Administers the disciplinary system as state in the Code of Student Conduct. Conducts disciplinary investigations, follows established procedures insuring due process, fairness, legally correct and educative procedures in administering University and office policies.
Ensures that proper documentation of action and records are maintained, and keeps other involved offices
informed of status.
Enforces all regulations, approved and stated, in university documents wherein they pertain to students and administers the disciplinary system as stated in the Code of Student Conduct.
Advises and counsels students relative to personal, social, financial, academic, and organizational concerns.
Advises individuals, committees, and other student organizations regarding university policies and procedures.
Assists in the implementation of proactive discipline programming.
Respond as directed to students in crisis through the CARE Team process.
Observes safety and security precautions appropriate to work performed and work supervised.
Investigates Title IX cases.
Assists in programming for UNT Community regarding Campus SaVE Act.
Select, train and supervise the Graduate Assistant for Conduct.
Assist the Graduate Assistant with the organization of the Code of Conduct Committee and their training.
The University of North Texas System and its component institutions are committed to equal opportunity and comply with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University of North Texas System and its component institutions do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, and employment practices.
Administrative Specialist, Office Of The Dean Of Students - Hammond, IN
Coordinate all administrative and clerical functions in support of the Dean of Students including but not limited to managing Dean of Students' calendar and appointments; scheduling meetings and reserving rooms and any equipment/supplies needed.
Serve as initial contact in the Dean of Students office to greet and assist students and other visitors in connecting with the appropriate personnel and resources.
Attend meetings as requested by the Dean of Students for the purpose of taking minutes, recording and distribution of minutes to individuals as identified by the Dean of Students.
Provide clerical support and front office oversight for the Dean of Students Office and staff, including but not limited to record keeping, database management, scheduling and outreach.
Other duties as assigned or requested by the Dean of Students.
HS Diploma/GED required. Three years or more of high-level clerical/customer service experience required.
Experience in higher education preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including Microsoft 365. Ability to learn and become proficient with other software programs including but not limited to Maxient Conduct and Banner.
Excellent verbal and written skills including ability to craft letters, emails and other communications on behalf of the AVC/DOS. Good math skills and understanding of reconciliation of expenses, travel forms, and budget process. Excellent telephone etiquette.
Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks, projects within a timely manner. Attention to detail including ability to proof read and edit documents. Knowledge of university policies and procedures as well as policies/procedures unique to student affairs along with ability to interpret the policies and communicate them effectively to students, faculty and staff.
Ability to provide a high level of customer service to internal and external customers. Must be able to adapt well to change and have a commitment to ongoing development of knowledge and skills. Conduct oneself in a professional manner and represent the Dean of Students at university events as needed. Must be sensitive to privacy and confidentiality of all information shared or accessed through or on behalf of the Dean of Students.
For information regarding our excellent benefits package, please visit: www.purdue.edu/benefits
Professional references will be verified prior to any offer of employment. Employment is contingent upon completion of successful background check.
Purdue University is an EEO/AA employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
Associate Dean Of Students
The Associate Dean of Students at Uncommon will work with the school's Principal and Director of Operations to ensure that all students demonstrate dramatic student achievement gains and internalize the school's values. This individual will also help lead the school's efforts to create a positive, structured, consistent, caring, and disciplined school culture. At Uncommon Schools, the Associate Dean of Students is the behavioral specialist.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The Associate Dean of Students works closely with the Principal to establish a positive, structured, achievement-oriented, and creative school culture
The Associate Dean of Students supports teachers to hold all students to high and consistent behavioral expectations
The Associate Dean of Students serves as the point person for dealing with behavioral crisis-intervention and acute behavioral issues
The Associate Dean of Students acts as a resource for teachers in their instructional practice, especially as it relates to issues of discipline, relationships with students, classroom management, and school culture
The Associate Dean of Students assists teachers, students, and parents in the effective creation and implementation of individual behavior plans
The Associate Dean of Students leads staff efforts to ensure all students have excellent attendance and arrive at school on time, and works aggressively with students and parents to ensure excellent attendance
The Associate Dean of Students may participate in summer home visits highlighting the responsibilities of parents, teachers, and students
The Associate Dean of Students arranges for efficient homework collection in the morning, and ensuring homework is delivered to staff from students appropriately and accurately
The Associate Dean of Students helps to reinforce the effective use of a school-wide behavior plan, including managing the school's demerit and rubric systems
The Associate Dean of Students serves as the point person for discipline/culture issues
The Associate Dean of Students ensures that the physical environment of the school reinforces school culture and facilitates student achievement
The Associate Dean of Students is highly present and visible during school hours, relentlessly ensuring the school has an exceptional school culture
The Associate Dean of Students proactively circulates throughout classrooms and hallways during the day, to gain valuable context on student behavior and help support positive school culture Monitoring behavioral pull-out and in-school suspensions
The Associate Dean of Students models the school's values and the standard for professional behavior
The Associate Dean of Students coordinates student apologies and school culture messages at Community Meeting
The Associate Dean of Students supervises breakfast, lunch, in-between class transitions, enrichment, and dismissal, making sure students are always where they are supposed to be and ensuring a professional school culture at these times
The Associate Dean of Students manages afterschool detention
The Associate Dean of Students keeps accurate student discipline records, documenting all conferences, suspensions, and phone calls for behavior
The Associate Dean of Students teaches at least one whole or small-group class
The Associate Dean of Students tracks behavior on the school bus, ensuring students are exemplary bus riders to and from school
The Associate Dean of Students ensures that behavioral expectations and school culture standards are met outside of the classroom as well as inside, including establishing and monitoring bus behavior/culture as well as cafeteria/meal time behavior and culture
Drive to improve the minds and lives of students in and out of the classroom
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong interpersonal skills with students, parents, colleagues, and community members
Understanding of the nuances of urban school environments and school culture
Bachelor's degree is required; a Master's degree is preferred
Minimum of two years teaching experience in an urban district or charter school setting
Belief in and alignment with Uncommon's core beliefs and educational philosophy is non-negotiable.
We offer a generous compensation package. All staff members are equipped with the tools needed to succeed, including a dedicated work space, laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, and all necessary supplies.
The foregoing information is requested for mandatory government reporting purposes only. As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by applicable law.
Please note that your application will not be saved until you click "submit" at the end of the application question set. Unfortunately, you will not be able to save your resume or answers as you go along. Please take this into consideration. You are welcome to open the application, copy and paste the questions into a Word Document, and then copy and paste your answers into our application once they are complete. Additionally, if you leave your application before beginning the question set, you will need to upload your resume again in order to move forward with the process upon returning. Thanks in advance for the time you are taking to apply to Uncommon Schools.
Assistant Vice President For Student Life/ Dean Of Students
Assistant Vice President for Student Life/ Dean of Students The University of Alabama Founded in 1831 as the state’s first university and the Capstone of Higher Education, The University of Alabama (UA) is a comprehensive, student-centered research university.
Dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and service, UA provides a creative, nurturing campus environment where students can become the best individuals possible, learn from highly qualified faculty, and make a positive difference in the community, the state, and the world.
The University of Alabama has seen unprecedented growth in both quality and numbers since 2003, with enrollment topping 30,000 for the first time in fall 2010 and reaching 38,563 in fall 2017.
Students come from every state in the nation and from 82 countries around the world; additionally, UA is a leader among flagship universities nationwide in the enrollment of African Americans (12 percent). Academically, students can choose from 72 fields of study at the undergraduate level and learn in a campus environment where the student/faculty ratio averages 24:1.
Graduate programs, built on these strong undergraduate foundations, concentrate on the development of original scholarship, competence in research, and creative activities, and students may choose from 122 fields of study at the graduate level.
More than 500 National Merit Scholars are currently enrolled at The University of Alabama, making it a leader among public universities nationwide.
More than 40 percent of the fall 2017 freshman class scored a 30 or higher on the ACT, and 38 percent were in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class.
The University has produced a total of 15 Rhodes Scholars, 16 Truman Scholars, 53 Goldwater Scholars, 33 Hollings Scholars, and 13 Boren Scholars, among many others.
Fifteen UA alumni and students won Fulbright awards for 2018-19, and two UA students and alumni received Fulbright research awards.
In the last two years, UA has approved 20 new master’s programs, three new doctoral programs, and four graduate certificates.
These new and expanded graduate education programs are transforming the campus, and fueling UA’s goal to take on a more innovative and influential role in American higher education.
With a stunning 1,377-acre campus that is a proven recruitment tool, the University has made $2.18 billion in capital improvements in less than a decade with more than 90 buildings added to the campus since 2003, including 12 new residence halls.
UA is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, a growing, vibrant community that is the center of commerce, healthcare, and education in West Alabama.
Reporting to the Vice President for Student Life and serving as a key member of the Vice President’s Executive Council/Leadership Team, the Assistant Vice President for Student Life/Dean of Students plans, develops, and coordinates a wide range of activities, programs, and services that enhance the quality of student life at the University of Alabama.
The AVP/Dean provides leadership and supervision for the Associate Dean of Students, Blackburn Institute, Center for Service and Leadership, Parent and Family Programs, Student Care and Well-being, Student Conduct, Veteran and Military Affairs, and the Women and Gender Resource Center.
The AVP/Dean will also provide leadership for several key functional areas, including the Behavioral Intervention Team, Interfaith Council, National Student Exchange, development and update of university policies directly related to students and the Code of Student Conduct, and coordination of outreach to students and families during times of crises.
In addition, the AVP/Dean promotes the cultivation of a meaningful student experience and enhancement of student success outcomes, and is responsible for fostering a vibrant, diverse, inclusive, and stimulating campus life.
In doing so, the AVP/Dean will be highly present and visible in the student environment.
The AVP/Dean also ensures all initiatives are aligned with the mission and vision of the Division of Student Life and the University of Alabama, administering programs and services that promote student welfare and development.
The AVP/Dean is responsible for a full-time staff of 57, including seven direct reports, and a $3 million budget.
A doctoral degree in higher education, counseling, student personnel services, student affairs administration, or other relevant field, with a minimum of seven years of related experience, is highly preferred; candidates with a master’s degree and ten or more years of experience as a Dean/Director or Assistant/Associate Dean/Director, including substantial supervisory and management experience, will be considered.
Demonstrated experience at a large, residential, four-year institution (Carnegie Doctoral Universities/Higher Research Activity), flagship, or similar institution is also highly preferred.
The successful candidate will possess demonstrated knowledge of strategic planning, systematic decision-making, and significant current issues affecting the administration of student life functions (e.g., legal issues, student development theory, risk management policies, multicultural issues, etc.). A history of publishing in the student affairs field, as well as sensitive, diplomatic, and articulate written and verbal communication skills, are highly desirable.
The successful candidate must be an accomplished public speaker and capable of representing the University at a multitude of events where public speaking is required, including admissions events.
The ideal candidate must also possess a commitment to expand knowledge and awareness of diversity, equity, and inclusion, as evidenced through demonstrating self-awareness, understanding and valuing others, demonstrating knowledge of social inequalities, interacting effectively with a diversity of people, and fostering equity and inclusion.
Review of applications will begin October 8, 2018, and continue until the position is filled.
A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at Nominations for this position may be emailed to J.
Scott Derrick at . Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at . Visit The University of Alabama website at The University of Alabama is an Equal Employment/Equal Educational Opportunity Institution.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status, and will not be discriminated against because of their protected status.
Applicants to and employees of this institution are protected under Federal law from discrimination on several bases.
TITLE: DEAN OF STUDENTS
Professional Educator License
Degree(s) required in area of major study
5 years' experience in the field of public education, including experience as a classroom teacher
Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable
General administrative endorsement preferred
REPORTS TO: BUILDING PRINCIPAL/BUILDING ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
To help students learn skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women.
Assist teachers, parents and students in a team oriented environment to resolve non-academic student issues in the school, such as behavior problems;
Confers with parents, teachers, support services personnel and students on matter of discipline and problem solving;
Provides mentoring and/or direct intervention 1:1 or small groups within the home, school, community, clinic and therapeutic based environment services to students and consultation services to parents;
Reports to administrators, teachers, school attendance staff, parents, and students relative to issues affecting student performance;
Recommends appropriate programs for students to assist them with behavioral problems;
Instructs and advises students regarding their responsibility to adhere to school rules and policies, to foster a safe school environment, and to respect other individuals and property;
Assists in arranging for appropriate tutorial instruction related to assignment academic work;
Assists administrators, teachers, and school attendance staff in addressing student attendance problems;
Assists in the administration of the In-School Suspension Program and co-curricular activities;
Arranges meetings as directed with students, parents, teachers, and administrators regarding disciplinary problems in school;
Counsels individual students as needed and makes appropriate referrals for testing, guidance or other services;
Coordinates with community and government agencies relating to drug and alcohol abuse, truancy, and other conduct;
Assists in developing policies and practices, collect, analyze and graphs discipline/behavior to assure building security and safety;
Assists in the preparation of student expulsion hearing;
Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior;
Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities;
Maintains accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, district policy, and administrative regulation;
Assists the administration in implementing all policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the instructional day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms;
Strives to maintain and improve professional competence;
Attends staff meetings and serves on staff committees as required.
Assist in the supervision of students (cafeteria, before/after school, hallways, co-curriculum activities, etc.)
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Ten month year. Salary and work year to be
established by the Board
EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with
provisions of the Board's policy on Evaluation of Professional
Asst Dean Of Students
Job Title ASST DEAN OF STUDENTS Position Number 8101823 Job Category University Staff Job Type Full-Time FLSA Status Exempt Campus Rogers Park-Lake Shore Campus Department Name STUDENT LIFE Location Code STUDENT LIFE (03820A) Is this split and/or fully grant funded? No Duties and Responsibilities
1.Serves as the University's Title IX Deputy Coordinator for matters involving gender-based misconduct or discrimination impacting any student. Oversees the process for responding to formal and informal notifications of gender-based misconduct including sexual violence, sexual harassment, stalking, dating violence, sexual exploitation, and sex/gender discrimination and effectively managing cases.
2.Serves as a case manager for other bias-related/equity-based misconduct matters.
3.Trains and supports a pool of staff investigators who are designated officials of the University to investigate student Title IX and other bias/equity cases.
4.Supports the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution in the adjudication of Title IX and bias/equity cases by supporting designated investigators and appellate officers.
5.Regularly maintains updates and changes to Title IX and bias/equity policies and procedures as they relate to federal and state laws pertaining to unlawful harassment and discrimination.
6.Contributes to and coordinates, when necessary, the development of training and education on Title IX and bias/equity policies and procedures for students, staff, and faculty.
7.Serves in an on-call duty rotation within the Office of the Dean of Students in the event of a campus emergency involving a student.
8.Serves as one of the University's Ethics-line administrators to assist designated officials in processing, investigating and adjudicating cases involving incidents of misconduct involving faculty, staff, and/or students.
9.Collaborates as a member of the Office of the Dean of Students to assist with the coordinated response to other student concerns, including but not limited to behavioral, wellness, academic, and personal concerns.
10. Performs other duties as required.
Minimum Education and/or Work Experience
Master's Degree in Higher Education and at least three – five years of relevant experience in a University or College setting.
Experience coordinating and/or participating in student disciplinary investigations and/or hearings.
Demonstrated expertise in interpreting and implementing Title IX and related federal and state laws, regulations, and guidance in a university environment.
Experience advising and working with students at the undergraduate and graduate/professional school level.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with key partners and stakeholders on campus.
Experience developing and/or delivering training on sexual prevention on a university or college campus.
Commitment to maintaining confidentiality of all persons involved in Title IX and equity/bias cases. Ability to maintain confidentiality and respect the privacy of students and staff.
Understanding of Jesuit ideals and ability to serve campus population with university mission in mind.
Superb critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Effective interpersonal, verbal and written skills communication skills.
Several years of experience counseling students in crisis as well as advising student organizations is preferred.
Must be able to demonstrate an ability to positively interact and maintain quality relationships with diverse student and staff populations and other important stakeholders at the University.
Must be organized, flexible and able to managing multiple roles and responsibilities effectively.
Demonstrated commitment to cultural competency and ability to serve the needs of diverse students, especially those holding historically marginalized or underrepresented identities.
Proficiency with MS Office Suite, Internet and email applications. Experience with student conduct software is helpful.
Supervisory Responsibilities No Required operation of university owned vehicles No Does this position require direct animal or patient contact? No Physical Demands None Working Conditions Irregular Hours Open Date 08/29/2018 Close Date Special Instructions to Applicants
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