Primary Responsibilities:

  • Adjudicate Springfield College policy code of conduct violations as a hearing officer 

  • Assist upper-level hearing officers with administrative conference preparation and administrative hearings

  • Maintain the philosophy that the conduct process is as an educational experience for students; as well as provide parameters to protect the community in which students are members

  • Work with students in a respectful, expeditious, thorough, and professional manner

  • Maintain confidentiality of meetings and file contents 

  • Ensure a fair process to all students

  • Assist Student Affairs with administrative tasks that relate to the community standards and student affairs office

  • Use Maxient software to manage conduct cases, run reports, use data, and support the Administrative Associate and Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs


Secondary Responsibilities:  

  • Assist Student Affairs staff with training college constituents on the community standards process

  • Coordinate educational programs with the Assistant Director of Alcohol and other Drug Education and Health as part of the broader educational model

  • Co-lead yearly handbook revision committee 

  • Twice monthly create tabling events themed around pertinent student topics

  • Assist with social media accounts

  • Create monthly bulletin boards for the residential halls themed around community standards topics

  • Other duties as assigned

Fellowship Required Qualifications

Required Qualifications:  

Familiar with campus policies outlined in the Springfield College Student Handbook. Possess strong interpersonal skills and excellent mediation, written, and oral communication skills. Must be organized and able to manage time well. Must be able to work independently. Candidates should have a strong background in one or more of the following: community standards, judicial affairs, housing and residence life, and/or alcohol and other drug education. Knowledgeable about computer programs such as Maxient, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word. Must be flexible with working hours, available to work during normal business hours, and be able to work occasional night and/or weekends if needed. 

Position Requirements: 

Candidates should be a full-time student in a two-year graduate program. Preference will go to candidates who have been accepted to the Springfield College’s Student Affairs Administration program. 

Application Deadline: March 6


Professional Development: Paid membership and opportunities to travel to ASCA (Association for Student Conduct Association) training


Contact: Rebecca Kalagher,, (413)748-3922