Loyola University Maryland

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Assistant Director of Student Life for Student Conduct

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The Assistant Director for Student Conduct, a live-off position, provides direct support for the administration of all aspects of the Loyola University undergraduate student conduct process. This person works closely with faculty, staff, administrators, campus organizations, Campus Police and legal counsel as needed, in maintaining and promoting the community standards both on and off campus. The Assistant Director provides direct supervision for one graduate assistant, serves on an emergency on-call rotation, and along with the Director, the Associate Directors and other Assistant Directors, provides leadership and vision for the Office of Student Life in order to enhance the comprehensive development of students’ residential experience at Loyola.

The Office of Student Life is a dynamic organization that is continually looking to improve the environment within the residence halls and link the curricular and co-curricular experience of students. Loyola University Maryland is a growing and supportive environment that enables practitioners to be creative in addressing a wide array of issues. We are looking for people with diverse backgrounds and skills who are interested in helping to move our office forward and lending their ideas and expertise to a student life program dedicated to the University’s values of inclusion, justice, community, and a constant challenge to improve.

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Adjudicate and manage weekly caseload of infractions of the Community Standards.
  • Recruit, select, train, and advise the Peer Conduct Board and University Board on Discipline.
  • Serve as Title IX investigator.
  • Provide ongoing training and assistance to RAs and GRCs with regard to their roles in enforcement of the Student Code of Conduct.
  • Attend weekly meetings with Campus Police and assist in the coordination of investigations.
  • Work with other staff to potentially address off-campus conduct issues and help facilitate neighborhood relations.
  • Collaborate with other offices to provide educational resources for students on the Community Standards, alcohol education, and peer education.
  • Maintain conduct records and conduct software program database.
  • Remain abreast of current laws and best practices related to student conduct. \
  • Oversee the development, marketing, and management of the “Be a Good Hound” campaign.
  • Assist in the development of roommate conflict/resolution and restorative justice programs.
  • Train staff in areas of conflict resolution, mediation, and community development.
  • Mediate serious roommate conflicts and student issues as needed.
  • Serve in the on-call duty rotation for campus-wide emergencies, 2-3 times per semester, with other Assistant Directors. During rotation, must report on campus within 30 minutes of call to duty.
  • Respond to emergencies in all areas of residential living spaces and access ways.
  • Respond to campus emergencies as needed with other Student Life staff.
  • Provide support for one graduate assistant who works in the main office and has primary responsibilities for aspects of the student conduct system (i.e., student follow up, administrative paperwork, camera review, etc.)
  • Monitor staff issues and provide assistance in addressing concerns.
  • Assist in the ongoing development of RAs/GRCs by attending in-service trainings, all staff meetings
  • Assist the housing operations staff when needed with housing processes such as hall opening/closing, room selection, etc.
  • Attend weekly staff meetings.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to support the aims of Loyola’s Living Learning Initiative – Messina.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by Director and/or Associate Directors.


  • Master's degree in college student personnel, higher education administration, and/or counseling or related field
  • 1-3 years post-graduate professional experience with 1-3 years serving as a student conduct officer
  • Demonstrated ability to support and advocate for underrepresented students
  • Availability during night and weekend hours
  • Ability to respond to campus within 30 minutes of call to duty.
  • Strong communication skills (written, verbal and interpersonal).
  • Strengths in developing students’ understanding of identity development, privilege, oppression, social justice, bias, and/or inclusive language/actions
  • Experience in planning and executing training programs
  • A desire and ability to incorporate an educational philosophy toward student conduct
  • Demonstrated ability to assess complex situations and render fair judgments, maintain ethical and professional standards


We offer a competitive salary, full benefits, parking, and a meal plan during the academic year as well as professional development funds.

How to Apply

The online application is available at http://careers.loyola.edu/. A cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references are required and may be attached at the appropriate prompt on the application.

Loyola University Maryland is an equal opportunity employer welcoming applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our educational mission. For more information, please contact Tim Cherney, associate director of student life, at 410-617-2339 or tdcherney@loyola.edu.


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