Queen`s University 2015-2016Residence Conduct Board Member

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Queen`s University 2015-2016Residence Conduct Board Member
Queen’s University
2015-2016 Residence Conduct Board
Member-at-Large Application
Residence Student Conduct Office
Closing Date: Monday, March 30, 2015 at 12pm
Position Summary:
Members-at-Large participate in hearings heard by the Residence Conduct Board (RCB), a body that
addresses appeals of violations of the Residence Rules and Regulations. During hearings, Members hear
appeal cases, weigh evidence and determine the level of responsibility for violations of the Residence
Rules and Regulations. The appointee works on behalf of the Residence Society (ResSoc) and Residence
Life to ensure the effective operation of the Student Conduct Process. Each Member-at-Large should
expect to work approximately 3-4 hours bi-weekly.
Expectations:
Participate in the mandatory Residence Conduct Board training program
Maintain confidentiality at all times and ensure all individuals within the student conduct
process are treated with respect
Develop a positive working relationship with fellow staff and volunteer members
Attend hearings of the Residence Conduct Board, as scheduled
Non-traditional hours of work, including evenings (and Training Weekend)
Eligibility:
a) Must be enrolled at Queen’s University as a full-time student in Good Standing within their
Faculty, for the 2015-2016 academic year
b) Must be legally entitled to work in Canada or possess a valid student visa
c) Must be available for training
Skills and Experience Sought:
Logical decision making
Demonstrate reliable and professional work ethic
Knowledge of the Queen’s student conduct process an asset
Strong interpersonal and excellent oral communication skills
Proven ability to work collaboratively on a team and independently
Ability to work in a confidential setting
Excellent time management skills and an ability to work within tight deadlines
Experience living in a residential setting an asset
Compensation:
RCB Members-At-Large are compensated in the amount of $100 per term, which is paid in two
installments (January and April).
Application packages are due by 12pm on Monday, March 30, 2015
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Your application package should contain the following:
completed and signed application form
cover letter explaining your interest
a copy of your current resume
name and contact information of two current references
A complete unofficial transcript (ex. SOLUS print-out) to verify academic standing
SECTION A: CANDIDATE DATA
Legal Name:
__________________________________________________________________________________
(Last)
(First)
(Middle Initial)
Preferred First Name:
___________________________________________________________________________
Queen’s E-mail Address: _____________________ Student Number: ___________________________
I have also applied for the position of Chair:
Current Mailing
Address:
No
Yes
Street Address:
City, Province/State, Postal/Zip Code:
Postal Code:
Permanent
Mailing Address:
Telephone:
Street Address:
City, Province/State, Postal/Zip Code:
Postal Code:
Telephone:
SECTION B: POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION
During the 2015-2016 academic year I will be registered in the following:
Faculty: _______________________
Major/Discipline: _____________________________________
Year of study effective September 2015: __________________
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SECTION C: MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
I understand that I must attend all mandatory training sessions to retain my appointment.
Yes
I understand that I must be enrolled as a full-time student in my program (in accordance with the
Registrar’s Office). Failure to do so may result in the termination of my contract.
Yes
I confirm that I am not on academic probation:
Yes
I understand that my term of employment covers the entire academic year. I also understand that I will
be required to attend a mandatory training session in early Fall 2015. Responsibilities extend from the
first day of training to the first two weeks in April 2016. This excludes all long weekends, winter break
and Reading Week.
Yes
Have you ever been found responsible of inappropriate academic or non-academic conduct during your
University career? (e.g. a violation of the University Code of Conduct or any Residence infraction)
No
Yes*
*If yes, please attach a brief description of the situation, the outcome and the name of a university
official whom we may consult about the situation.
Queen’s University Residences maintains current and historical applicant data, and takes extensive measures to ensure its security and confidentiality. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the information submitted is complete and correct.
Please note: information provided in references will be held in confidence and will not be available to
applicants.
If you have any questions or concerns about the information collected or how it will be used, contact the
Residence Life Office by telephone at (613) 533-6790.
I hereby declare that the information on this application form and that, which is attached, is true and complete. I
understand that the information may be verified and a false statement may disqualify me from employment or
cause my dismissal.
_______________________________________________
Signature
___________________________________________
Date
Please return this application no later than Monday, March 30, 2015 at 12pm.
Residence Life Office
Victoria Hall – Room C110
Queen's University
Kingston, ON
K7L 3N8
Phone: (613) 533-6000 ext. 78102
Fax: (613) 533-2919
Email: [email protected]
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