STUDENT CONDUCT OFFICER
ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTRE
NorQuest College helps students unlock their potential and realize their dreams. We are Challenge Positive and embrace every situation as an opportunity. As the Edmonton region’s largest community college, we play an integral role in Alberta’s education system. NorQuest College offers a vibrant, inclusive, diverse, and student-centred learning environment that transforms lives and strengthens communities. We are nationally recognized leaders in health, community studies, and business post-secondary career programs, as well as foundational, intercultural, and language training. We are proud to offer our employees meaningful work, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits program, and a commitment to a positive work/life balance. This is an exciting time to be a part of NorQuest College. Take a step forward with us. Together, we can help build and sustain a strong province for future generations.
The Office of Student Judicial Affairs (OSJA) is committed to upholding NorQuest College’s standards of personal conduct and academic integrity. This office provides assistance and advice to students, staff, and faculty involved in dispute resolution; ensures procedural fairness and compliance in the college’s handling of complaints; and partners with other student services and program areas to identify and mitigate factors that contribute to misconduct reports.
The role of the Student Conduct Officer is to investigate reports of non-academic misconduct, and serve as the initial contact person within the Office of Student Judicial Affairs. Reporting to the Manager, Academic Support Centre, and supervised by the Student Judicial Affairs Senior Officer, the Student Conduct Officer conducts fair and prompt investigations of allegations of non-academic misconduct; this includes pursuing informal resolutions to support student development when possible, and recommending sanctions in accordance with the college’s policies and procedures when necessary. The Student Conduct Officer is also responsible for fielding general inquiries from students, staff, and faculty seeking information from the OSJA, and coordinating the intake of new cases.
The successful candidate for this position will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, will display intercultural awareness in interactions with students and staff, and will be trauma-informed in their approach to investigations. This individual will use sound judgement with the goal of ensuring that all members of the NorQuest community benefit equally from the maintenance of a positive learning environment.
SALARY: $65,318 per annum - $84,817 per annum; plus immediate participation in our pension and benefits program.
COMPETITION NUMBER: P5854-9-17
CLOSING DATE: October 6, 2017
TO APPLY: If you meet the requirements of this position and wish to apply please continue with this online process by uploading your resume and cover letter in one document.
NOTE: Notification of receipt will be sent only to online applicants.