The Office of the Judicial Administrator (OJA) is a part of Cornell University's campus disciplinary system, which sets standards of behavior to protect the entire Cornell community — students, staff and faculty — and provides procedures to ensure a fair process for the individual charged (Respondent) and for the individual alleging the violation (Complainant). This temporary position (beginning asap through at least September 2019) will be primarily responsible for receiving, investigating, and adjudicating alleged violations of the Campus Code of Conduct (Code) in accordance with the Code and OJA processes, procedures, and philosophies. The individual will hear lower level conduct cases at first, which may increase to more advanced or complex cases.
This is a benefits-eligible, six month, full time temporary opportunity at 40 hours/week.
Competitive candidates for the temporary role will be able to: follow set guidelines; speak candidly with students; ask investigatory questions; consistently exercise sound judgment, prudence, and discretion; consistently deliver high-quality and detail-oriented work; and, represent the values of the Code and the OJA.
Candidates must, at minimum, have earned a bachelor's degree; needs to have experience working with students; some ability or demonstrated skills in order to investigate; the ability to follow-set procedures, maintain electronic and paper case files; and preserve confidential information.
No relocation assistance provided for this position.
No Visa sponsorship provided for this position.
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