Position: Coordinator, Student Case Management
Deadline: August 28, 2018
Posted: August 15, 2018
Job Description / Duties
The Coordinator, Student Case Management provides guidance and support to facilitate the resolution of complex issues and support student success. The incumbent will take a proactive role in assessing the University’s policies and practices related to critical student behaviour incidents, recommending changes to policy and practice, and providing education and outreach for staff, faculty and administration. The Coordinator, Student Case Management works with students to address concerns and to refer to appropriate services and resources, developing individual case management plans and uses a solution based approach to provide student care.This individual is a core member of the Student Case Management team and assists with the coordination of meetings.
Qualifications / Required Skills
To help us learn more about you, please provide a cover letter and resume describing how you meet the following required qualifications:
-Completion of a post-secondary degree in social work, counselling, psychology, public health or a related degree.
-Minimum of 5 years of related experience in a university setting with a demonstrated background in residence life, student affairs, community services, etc.
-Knowledge of current issues and best practices regarding student case management, student conduct administration, youth culture, student development theory, and student service delivery.
-Knowledge of legal and human rights legislation, team dynamics and workplace violence, knowledge of community resources for victims of violence, or trauma.
-Strong verbal communication skills, Demonstrated ability to work diplomatically and build relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders and across a diverse population.
-Demonstrated expertise in case management and considerable skill in developing, managing and maintaining a database of student records.
-Highly developed problem solving skills
-Strong research and analytical skills.
-Proficiency with Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, PowerPoint) and email software
This position will be reporting to Marcelle Mullings (Director, Student Advocacy & Accountability) in the Office of the Vice-Provost, Students.
Salary: MAC - C42 ($60,582 - $96,932)
Marcelle Mullings (she/her)
Director, Student Advocacy & Accountability I Office of the Vice-Provost, Students
t:416-979-5000 ext. 3331 I e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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