The position is within the Office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs. The Coordinator assists the Associate Dean of Student Affairs with general student advocacy, matters related to student compliance, and general Student Affairs activities and initiatives to support student engagement, especially as it relates to their academic success and well-being. In addition, the individual participates in undergraduate and graduate orientation activities, commencement activities, and providing support for other major events particularly those with academic departments. As the Student Compliance Officer, the Coordinator enforces the school’s student immunization compliance, as well as compliance for the Alcohol Edu, and Sexual Respect modules. Additionally, the Coordinator facilitates medical and religious accommodation requests from students, interfacing with faculty on their behalf. The Coordinator has oversite and outlines all Health, Wellness, and Counseling Resources to students and serves as the primary liaison to the NYU Moses Center for Student Disabilities. The individual also serves as liaison to the central NYU Office of Judicial Affairs and serves as representative for the anti-bias hotline.
Bachelor's Degree Required
Master's degree highly preferred
Minimum of 3-5 years of professional experience in academic setting; handling student conduct and judicial matters is essential.
Previous experience in Student Judicial Affairs, Title IV, student conflict negotiation, student ombudsman, supporting at risk students, and providing support services with students with disabilities. Preference given to those with prior experience working with a STEM population. Experience in Student Affairs areas including residential life, academic advising, counseling, etc.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Demonstrated skills in spreadsheet applications, written and verbal communication, working with students, strong commitment and sensitivity to diversity and inclusion, and working with students from a wide range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Knowledge in Student Judicial Affairs and interpreting University Code of Conduct.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office, Google Applications and Spreadsheet Applications.
EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity