•Advise student leaders in organizational development, program development and execution, development of policies and procedures, officer training and transition, and financial management
•Advise Inter-Fraternity Council, Panhellenic Association, and Mult-Greek Council in self-governance of fraternity and sorority community including educational programming, policy development, and peer-led judicial processes
•Assist students in application of institutional and (inter)national policies, procedures, and programs impacting the fraternity and sorority community
•Work with fraternity and sorority leaders to provide risk management/risk reduction education to members
•Assist in the planning, implementation, and assessment of membership recruitment activities
•Assist Residential Life and Housing in oversight of on-campus fraternity and sorority life housing for three sororities and one fraternity
•Cultivate and maintain collaborative relationships and regular communication with alumni volunteers, advisors, national organization representatives, and others in order to assist them in their roles and responsibilities in advising and working with fraternities and sororities
•Oversee the administrative functions of the program area including the maintenance of Fraternity and Sorority Life website, the coordination of communication for chapter presidents, advisors, and affiliated students, the production of grade and roster reports, and the billing process for registered events
•Assist in the development and implementation of institutional policies and procedures related to fraternities and sororities
•Conduct assessment and evaluation initiatives utilizing assessment instruments to identify the extent to which fraternity and sorority involvement supports the University’s mission and vision and student development
•Design and coordinate educational and leadership development programs which are grounded in student and leadership development theories
•Research content and develop curriculum for educational programs that enhance organization success and promote leadership development within the fraternity and sorority community
•Development and implementation of manuals, including operations, emergency and accident procedures
•Serve as advocate and representative of the fraternity and sorority community and their activities, needs, and interests to the University and community
•Attend Division of Student Affairs meetings, programs, and professional development opportunities as assigned by supervisor
•This list of duties, tasks, and responsibilities is not all-inclusive and other duties may be assigned
•A bachelor’s degree is required and candidates should have at least two years previous experience in student affairs, student activities, leadership development, or working with Fraternity and Sorority Life in a university setting and/or at a national headquarters for a Greek-letter organization
•Knowledge of student development theory and of the fraternity and sorority experience
•The candidate must possess the ability to work effectively in a team and fast-paced environment while meeting strict deadlines. There will also be times when the candidate will be expected to complete tasks, make decisions, and communicate with staff with little or no supervision. Must be able to multitask and take initiative when necessary
•Master’s degree in College Student Development, Higher Education, or a related field
•Affiliation with an inter/national fraternal organization
•Demonstrated experience working with Greek-letter organizations, including multicultural organizations such as NPHC
•Knowledge of legal issues in higher education and risk management practices
•Experience supervising student staff or graduate assistants
June 28, 2017
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