The Associate Director is primarily responsible for overseeing, investigating, and adjudicating individual and student organizational conduct, supporting students through the process as well as the integration of restorative practices throughout the conduct process.
The Associate Director of Student Conduct will work as a liaison to collaborate and coordinate training to create leadership and intercultural competence opportunities to support student and staff learning and development. The Associate Director is to assist in the administration of a campus-based, transformative, student-centered student conduct system. The Associate Director has primary responsibility for maintaining the institutions case management software (Maxient Conduct Manager).
The responsibilities of this role are considered administrative in nature and must be performed with a high level of professionalism and judgement. The Associate Director must be capable of prioritizing issues efficiently and identifying effective means of resolution. The decisions made by the Associate Director have an impact on the entire NIU community and must be performed with consistency and fairness.