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ASST DEAN OF STUDENTS at Loyola University Of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois

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Job Description:

Position Details

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

This position is a member of the Office of the Dean of Students with a significant portion of the responsibilities focused on supporting the efforts of the Office of Equity and Compliance centered on students.

1. In collaboration with the Office for Equity & Compliance (OEC), this position:

a. serves as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator;

b. manages bias-related/equity-based student matters referred to the Office of the Dean of Students (DOS) utilizing an equitable approach that supports all parties involved;

c. oversees the process for responding to formal and informal reports of gender-based misconduct including sexual violence, sexual harassment, stalking, dating violence, sexual exploitation, and sex/gender discrimination by providing support and resource information;

d. coordinates between appropriate departments to implement interim measures as needed;

e. provides support to maintain, update and track changes to Title IX and bias/equity policies and procedures as they relate to federal and state laws pertaining to unlawful harassment and discrimination;

f. supports the OEC and the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution (OSCCR) in the adjudication of Title IX and bias/equity cases by assisting investigators, conduct officers, and university appellate officers.

2. Effectively manages student concern cases using the Maxient case-management system.

3. Contributes to the development of training and education on Center for Student Assistance and Advocacy (CSAA) resources, as well as Title IX and bias/equity policies and procedures for students, staff, and faculty.

4. Collaborates and provides assistance with CSAA student concern reports when necessary in the areas including but not limited to behavioral, wellness, academic, and personal concerns.

5. Serves in an on-call duty rotation within the Office of the Dean of Students.

6. Helps represent the Office of the Dean of Students and provide student support at student-led demonstrations, large-scale celebrations, and other related student-led gatherings.

7. Participates in proactive measures aimed at preventing noise and/or disorderly conduct by students in the surrounding communities which may include rid-a-longs with Campus Police.

8. Participates in all DOS and Division of Student Development operations including regular meetings, programs and activities.

9. Serves on division- and university-wide committees, as needed.

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. Must be a trained mediator.


- Master's degree in higher education or relevant field of study.

- Minimum of 3-5 years of experience responding to student conduct, crises, and/or related matters.

- Experience coordinating and/or participating in student conduct investigations and/or hearings.

- Demonstrated experience 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 trainings in various student support areas-especially on sexual assault prevention.

- 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.

- Exceptional critical thinking and problem solving skills.

- Effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.

- Several years of experience counseling students in crisis is preferred.

- Must be able to demonstrate an ability to positively interact and maintain quality relationships with diverse student and staff/faculty populations and other important stakeholders at the university.

- Must be organized, flexible, highly detail-oriented, and able to manage 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.



Computer Skills

Proficiency with MS Office Suite, Internet and email applications. Experience with the Maxient student case management 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 05/06/2021
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