The Conduct Coordinator within the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) is a member of the central office team. The Conduct Coordinator reviews incident reports, creates conduct cases, assigns cases referred to OSRR from the Department of Public Safety (DPS), and liaisons with a DPS commander when charges or report information is missing or incorrect.
The Conduct Coordinator coordinates various educational workshops, including the recruitment of volunteer facilitators, facilitator training, content development, scheduling, and assessment.
The Conduct Coordinator manages the conflict resolution program, serving as a conflict coach to students having difficulty navigating conflict. The incumbent develops assignments, schedules meetings with students as needed, and develops assessment.
The Conduct Coordinator manages student walk-ins to the office and meets with students to explain the conduct process prior to conduct officer meetings as needed.
The Conduct Coordinator represents the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities at campus events, including: Syracuse Welcome; Parent and Family Weekend; Admitted Students Reception Days; and, other events and presentations.
Internal Number: 83054
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