The Assistant Director of Student Involvement, under the supervision of the Associate Director for Student Involvement, assists with providing leadership and direction for a multifaceted student activities program. These activities consist of advising the student Program Board and Greek Organizations, including Panhellenic and InterGreek Council. Pratt's Student Involvement program reflects a strong student development perspective, a commitment to co-curricular student involvement, an appreciation for and encouragement of diversity and an ethic of care.
- Supervises the day-to-day operations of student Program Board. This student-run group plans and implements weekly student events on and off campus. Program Board consists of several committees: On Campus Events, Off Campus Events, Tuesdays in the Union, Promotions and Annual Events.
- Serves as the primary support person for recognized Greek organizations (currently 2 national sororities and 1 national fraternity and 1 local fraternity). Advises student leaders on the development and implementation of programs, applicable policies and procedures, risk management, leadership development and organization management.
- Works on annual revision of the Student Handbook and other departmental publications.
- Assists with New Student Orientation. This includes planning and staffing events, training student staff and assisting new students and their families.
- Supports operations of Parent and Family Programs, including Family Weekend.
- Assists in the development of and maintains office policies and procedures.
- Shares on-site supervision of evening and weekend student events, including the Student Union facility.
- Assists Associate Director of the Student Union in student staff supervision and training.
- Advises various Registered Student Organizations and attends organizational meetings as needed.
- Serves on various committees on campus and in the Division of Student Affairs.
- Performs other duties as requested by the Director.
- Integrate diversity and related principles into all aspects of student engagement, as appropriate, and foster development of positive environment for diversity and inclusion.
Education: Master's degree, preferably in the field of college student personnel or higher education required
Experience: At least two year's experience in campus activities and Greek life or related area. Experience in schools of art and design preferred.
Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge of current student affairs issues, excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of principles of diversity and inclusion; ability to work well with diverse populations; and demonstrated level of cultural competence.
Please submit your cover letter, resume including salary history and requirements, and the names and contact information for three professional references.
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