Other Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions Position StatusExempt Job Summary Supervisory Relationships Posting NumberS00281P Please provide contact information for three references in therequired “Other” document.Elmhurst University is a leading institution of higher educationthat seamlessly blends liberal learning and professionalpreparation to help students reach their full potential. ElmhurstUniversity offers more than 70 undergraduate majors, 15 graduateprograms, degree-completion programs for busy adults, and theacclaimed Elmhurst Learning and Success Academy for young adultswith developmental disabilities. Elmhurst University is one of theTop 10 Colleges in the Midwest, according to U.S. News & WorldReport; and U.S. News, Money and Forbes magazines consistently rankElmhurst as one of the Midwest’s best values in highereducation.Recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce is a criticalcomponent of the University’s mission, vision and core values. Ourcommitment stems from the belief that an institution of higherlearning is enriched by the presence of diversity. ElmhurstUniversity is an EO Employer. Elmhurst University prohibitsdiscrimination and harassment of any type and affords equalemployment opportunities to employees and applicants without regardto race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation,religion, age, creed, ancestry, veteran status, marital status,disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Working Conditions/Physical Requirements Salary Grade Under the direction of the Director of Student Support Services andIntervention and of the Assistant Dean of Students & Title IXCoordinator, the Coordinator of Case Management works to addressthe needs of students who struggle with mental health andbehavioral issues, social adjustment matters, academic stress,financial and housing insecurity, and other life challenges. TheCoordinator also investigates and adjudicates low-level allegedviolations of the University’s Community Standards and serves as aTitle IX Investigator. This position collaborates with internal andexternal resources to offer individualized student support. Preferred Qualifications • A Master’s Degree in Student Personnel, Counseling, HigherEducation Administration, or a related discipline.• At least two years of graduate assistant experience with casemanagement/student conduct or other related student affairs areas,or one year of professional experience.• Demonstrated experience with and sensitivity to individuals ofdiverse cultural backgrounds and a commitment to a diversecommunity.• Ability to handle a significant caseload and manage multipledeadlines.• Ability to function within a team environment and collaboratewith others.• Excellent verbal, written, and technological communicationskills.• Willingness to work flexible hours (evenings and weekends on alimited basis).• Ability to interpret federal and state nondiscrimination laws,including Title IX, VAWA, Clery, FERPA, and any other applicablelaws.• Outstanding customer service skills.• Exercise superior judgement managing highly sensitive andconfidential communications.• Knowledge of student development theory, and an understanding ofcurrent trends in case management and student conduct. Closing Date Posting Date03/19/0021 Employee is subject to indoor work, protected from weatherconditions. Work is sedentary in nature and involves exerting up to10 lbs. of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of forcefrequently/constantly in order to lift, carry, push, pull orotherwise move object. Minimum Qualifications • Work in conjunction with the appropriate University entities tocomply with the Clery Act, FERPA, Title IX, the Drug-Free Schoolsand Communities Act, and the Higher Education Act.• Serve as a designated Campus Security Authority ( CSA ), asdefined by the Clery Act, and ensure the appropriate, timely, andaccurate reporting of any crimes on campus, and serve as a MandatedReporter under Title IX regulations.• Sustain strong collaborative relationships with campus partnersin the Office of Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Access &Disability Services, Wellness Center, Athletics, Housing andResidence Life, Public Safety, the Title IX Coordinator and otherareas to provide a comprehensive network of support for students inneed.• Serve on University and divisional committees as assigned.• Maintain professional conduct and ethical behavior at alltimes. Work Hours Open Until Filled Posting Text Reporting Relationship(s)Director of Student Support Services and Intervention Case Management (60%)• Provide case management and organization for student of concerncases, including coordinating and tracking action plans andcontinuity of care as needed.• Assist referred students in making use of University and/orcommunity services and resources to meet specific needs related toacademic stress, legal issues, mental health services, financialsupport agencies, food services, etc.• Serve as a point of contact for campus community members who areseeking consultation and advice about our services for students whoseem to be experiencing distress.• Maintain case management database and records of interactionswith students via Maxient.• Gather initial information, determine behavioral interventions,and develop and communicate recommendations in response to studentneeds.• Establish assessment and evaluation procedures for casemanagement.• Communicate sensitive and confidential matters regarding complexcases within the guidelines of FERPA .Student Conduct (40%)• Maintain student conduct files in accordance with Universitypolicies via Maxient.• Review and assign student conduct incidents and adjudicatelow-level alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct.• Ensure cases are resolved in a manner consistent with the goalsof the Division of Student Affairs and the University.• Facilitate trainings, workshops, and presentations regardingstudent conduct, conflict resolution, and student wellbeing asneeded.• Mediate conflict among members of the community as concernsarise.• Participate as a Title IX Investigator to investigate reports ofsexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence,and stalking. 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AtlasIED just added a new line of IP-addressable power conditioners that utilizes power management, distribution and monitoring to safeguard connected equipment from Radio Frequency Interference and unstable AC voltage. Each of the new IP addressable power conditioners also features programmable outlets, a web-based user interface, and remote monitoring capabilities to ensure optimal performance of connected devices.Through each power conditioner’s integrated web-based interface, dealers can program outlets to sequence on and off individually or in groups. They can also remotely monitor conditions such as voltage, current, temperature and humidity conditions, and set alarms to alert users when temperature and humidity exceed specific parameters or a fault has occurred on the network. An external temperature/humidity probe can be integrated to monitor the climate within an equipment rack and activate a cooling system if necessary. As another safety precaution, installers can disable users’ ability to turn outlets on and off manually.Integrated IP discovery software helps identify AtlasIED IP power conditioners connected to the network, while the included AP-LEDIP remote display shows the assigned IP address for each power conditioner.Three Models for Commercial ApplicationAtlasIED has created the new power conditioners as an accessory for all AtlasIED racks and to complement the Texas Tough line of equipment racks. There are three models to fit any commercial application. Equipped with a removable 2m, 14-gauge IEC power cord with a retainer bracket, each model permits the installer to select the power cord length required for the installation.The AP-S158IP features five programmable switched outlets on its rear panel, one unswitched convenience outlet on its front panel and is designed to be mounted vertically in any floor standing equipment rack.Equipped with five rear panel programmable switched outlets and one front panel unswitched convenience outlet, the AP-S15HRIP fits in a half-width rack or a standard 19-inch rack using the optional PA702-RMK rack mount kit.The AP-S15IP features eight rear panel programmable switched outlets, one front panel unswitched convenience outlet and fits in 1RU of a 19-inch rack.
Retired Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus (City of Farmington Hills)The City of Farmington Hills has a new police chief, following the retirement Friday of Chief Chuck Nebus.Former Assistant Chief Jeff King, a department veteran of more than 20 years, moves into the position. He was promoted in 2017 to lead the department’s Administrative Bureau.Nebus announced his retirement on January 22. In a letter to the community, he wished King “great success as he goes forward in this exciting new chapter of his law enforcement career.”Nebus also wrote:“Thank you for the honor and privilege of serving as your Chief for the past ten years. I have entered into retirement after a 46-year career in law enforcement. I look forward to spending retirement time traveling to visit family and pursuing hobbies.“I have been preparing for my departure with members of the Police Department and City officials for the past few months. Succession plans have been in place to prepare for the appointment of a new Chief and Executive Staff members, as well as other leadership positions.“I wish to thank our Police Department personnel for embracing Twenty-First Century Community Policing, for decreasing crime to historic low levels, and for being one of the first police agencies in the State of Michigan to achieve accreditation with the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police. I couldn’t be prouder!”I am deeply grateful for the warm community support that I have enjoyed, and for the many friends and all of the wonderful memories made during my years of service. My wife Roberta and I will remain proud residents and supporters of Farmington Hills.”(City of Farmington Hills) Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)