Coordinator, Education and Compliance - Student Affairs
Washington University in St. Louis
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Internal Number: JR70694
The Department of Campus Life is a unit within the Division of Student Affairs at Washington University in St. Louis. It interacts with student facing programs and initiatives in three distinct co-curricular areas: programming, advising, and resources. Through Campus Life, Student Union, the undergraduate student government is advised and supported. Washington University currently has over 450 registered student groups and 29 sorority and fraternity chapters that create a vibrant and active campus environment. Please visit https://students.wustl.edu/campuslife to learn more about the Department of Campus Life.
The Coordinator for Education and Compliance is an integral part of the Department of Campus Life achieving its mission of empowering students to discover and define themselves and their communities through advising, programs and resources. The coordinator advises Student Union (undergraduate student government) Constitutional Council, Sorority and Fraternity Life Standards Boards, and the student group conduct board. The coordinator oversees the training and compliance of student groups/chapters around policies pertaining to University recognition. In addition, this position is responsible for generally supporting an assigned population of student groups.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Advise Student Union Constitutional Council and Sorority and Fraternity Council Standards Board.
Serve as a Group Pathways to Success (GPS) Advisor, engaging and supporting specific student groups in designated group categories. This includes, but not limited to, communication outreach, event planning support, and guidance on group development and serves as a resource for groups/chapters with internal conduct boards.
Coordinate and update all campus life policy, student group handbook, educational resources, and online platforms with current and relevant changes.
Serve as a student group conduct officer and newly created student group conduct board. This includes reviewing incident reports, meeting with involved parties, investigating incidents, and coordinating all adjudicated cases according to established codes of conduct and policies.
Coordinate all required asynchronous trainings and educations for chapters/groups to be in compliance with our policy. This includes tracking attendance, preparing slide decks, and coordinating facilitators.Â
Manage the annual registration process of all student groups. This includes ensuring all information has been recording accurately and appropriately.
Support, attend, and participate in departmental and divisional functions, meetings, programs, and events. Serve as a resource for the Division of Student Affairs and the campus community on topics of student engagement.
Masterâ™s degree in student affairs, higher education, or related field.
One to three years of post-graduate professional experience within Student Affairs.
Demonstrated comprehension of current issues related to student engagement and development, leadership, multiculturalism, and diversity.
This position is complemented by cross-cultural communication knowledge to effectively connect and communicate with individual students/student groups. Â
Ability to manage multiple priorities at once and excellent problem-solving skills in order to provide optimal choices when advising students/student groups.Â
Comfortable with ambiguity and demonstrate flexibility. The ability to build strong rapport with students/campus partners is desired.
Bachelor's degree in related field and three years of related professional experience or equivalent education and experience to equal seven years.
$47,300.00 - $78,200.00 / AnnuallyThe salary range reflects base salaries paid for positions in a given job grade across the University. Individual rates within the range will be determined by factors including one's qualifications and performance, equity with others in the department, market rates for positions within the same grade and department budget.
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