Develop, administer and manage student support, leadership development and retention-based programs for students and student leaders involved in Greek Life. Support student leadership development in all programmatic areas of Campus Life. Responsible for strategic planning, program development, budget, marketing, technical operations, and student staff development and supervision. Provide general administrative support to Campus Life.
Demonstrated knowledge of college student development theory and practice as acquired through the completion of a Master's Degree in College Student Personnel, Student Affairs, or Higher Education Administration is required.
A minimum of three (3) years professional work experience coordinating programs and services for social Greek organizations, advising Greek governing councils, and managing Greek judicial boards and/or processes in an institution of higher education or at a national social Greek letter organization is required.
Demonstrated knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, FIPG and risk management, and other issues/concerns specific to social Greek organizations and student organizations is required.
Proven experience developing, implementing, and assessing new and existing programs and services for college students is required.
Demonstrated ability to incorporate student learning and development philosophy into services and programs is required.
Demonstrated ability to program for and manage/supervise large, diverse groups of college students, student volunteers, and student employees is required.
Experience in basic fiscal management such as developing and managing program budgets is required.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.
Excellent management, leadership, detail-oriented organizational skills and time management skills are required.
Demonstrated ability to use basic and some advanced functions of Mac and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite (Work, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Google Apps for Education, the internet and web-based forms is necessary. Familiarity with OrgSync student engagement platform is preferred.
Must be willing to work irregular and flexible hours, including frequent evenings, some weekends, and some holidays.
Congruence with the following core values of Campus Life is essential for the success of the person in this position:
Integrity: We require integrity, honesty and respect in our interactions with each other, with the campus community and as stewards of campus resources.
Inclusivity: We recognize that everyone has unique value and we are inclusive, accessible and inviting to all students. We seek to promote a just and open atmosphere on campus.
Leadership: We appreciate the opportunity to serve students and hold ourselves to high standards of professionalism. We strive for and expect excellence.
Learning: We understand that there are opportunities for learning in everything that we do, and we strive to be intentional and thoughtful in making the most of those opportunities.
Creativity: We value new and different perspectives, approaches and expression and encourage innovation.
Teamwork: We function as an interdependent unit. Each Campus Life employee or volunteer has the opportunity to be both teacher and learner, both leader and follower.