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Wanted: A New Director of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs

April Thompson. Kate Burke. There is no person more disdained by students than the Director of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs — except, maybe, Charlotte Johnson, but she’s had to work at it. Here’s to hoping that the next head of the UJA Star Chamber will be three or four cuts above past folks:

Dartmouth College invites nominations and applications for the Director of Judicial Affairs. Overseeing the department charged with administration of the College’s undergraduate disciplinary system for individual and organizational accountability, the Director will collaborate with disciplinary committee Chairs, faculty, student affairs staff and other campus partners in promoting positive citizenship, awareness of community standards and understanding of College disciplinary procedures. The Director is responsible for the investigation and disposition of complaints and information concerning possible Standards of Conduct and Academic Honor Principle violations, and for implementing all aspects of the disciplinary process as set forth in the College’s Student Handbook.

Compensation: A salary in the PDL B range of $58,400-$99,400, plus a 9% pension benefit, five weeks of vacation, a Cadillac healthcare plan at low cost, and the pleasure of beating up on kids who aren’t allowed to be assisted by counsel.

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