Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Experience, The Director of the Office of Community Standards and Student Accountability provides comprehensive leadership, management, and organization for the office, overseeing a broad portfolio of responsibilities that support an institutional focus on student success, a culture of excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and a vision for cutting-edge technology and nationally recognized best practices in student conduct. The Director is responsible for administering, managing, and further developing the non-academic conduct process, as well as developing and maintaining office operations, including oversight of human resources, budget, and quality of services. The Director also provides vision and direction to students related to community standards and how to engage in community through a values-based approach. The Director partners closely with several individuals/departments on campus, including, but not limited to, the Title IX Coordinator, the Office of Legal Counsel, the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Police Department, and the University Compliance Office, to oversee the University’s compliance efforts for laws and regulations relating to student misconduct, as well as collaborating with various external departments and off-campus entities to develop and present campus education and training. The Director manages a staff of five, including three direct reports, and oversees a budget of $220,000.