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Assistant Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of Central Florida
The main functions of this position will focus on the advising of the Interfraternity Council (IFC), the coaching of 10-12 chapters within our community, overseeing the Standards of Excellence process, coordinating a comprehensive safety and risk reduction program for our fraternity and sorority community, and supervision of a Coordinator.
This role will provide necessary oversight for chapters that require an elevated knowledge of risk reduction strategies, a comprehensive understanding of chapter management effective practices, and a supportive advisor who has knowledge of student success strategies, is culturally competent and has experience working with diverse populations, understands how to and creates partnerships with different stakeholders, and contributes to ongoing student learning.
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life
The University of Southern Mississippi
The University of Southern Mississippi in Hub City (Hattiesburg) is seeking applicants for our Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life. This position will primarily advise the College Panhellenic Council (CPC). Feel free to reach out to email below, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life: Dr. Maleta Wilson ( or FSL Coordinator/IFC Advisor: Ben Knaack ( for more information or if you would like to coordinate a time to speak through AFAAM!
Director of Student and Community Engagement
Hartwick College
The Director of Student and Community Engagement facilitates student engagement to create a vibrant, active campus life that attracts and retains students. The Director approaches engagement in a broad sense intentionally structuring opportunities to facilitate community involvement and to stimulate student engagement to create an exciting campus community on and off campus. This professional directly oversees, Commuter Student Engagement, Community Engagement, Leadership Development, Dewar Union, Student Engagement Assessment and Compliance, and oversight of Presence. This position is responsible for enhancing student engagement that promotes learning, student retention and a seamless experience between the department’s functions and the division and institution’s vision, mission and strategies. This position also has direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Student Engagement, Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Coordinator of Civic Engagement.
Support Specialist
TechniPhi is seeking multiple part-time Support Specialists who will focus on supporting clients during recruitment seasons and resolve emerging issues customers encounter during recruitment with accuracy and
Director, Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life
University of Houston
The Director’s specific job duties include:
• Community/Center Management and Strategic Direction
o Provides leadership, program management, vision and creativity to the University of Houston fraternity and sorority community.
o Provides guidance to fraternity/sorority council and chapter leaders.
o Provides leadership for strategic planning and resource allocation and develops learning initiatives and leadership opportunities for chapters.
o Provides strategic direction to the staff, students, and stakeholders engaged in fraternity/sorority life at the University.
o Prepares and coordinates reports, strategic assessment initiatives and records of activities to ensure progress is being made toward specific program and department objectives
• Human and Fiscal Resource Development
o Recruits, supervises, trains and evaluates student workers and program staff engaged in fraternity/sorority life.
o Provides financial oversight for areas under direct supervision, manages department budget and directs resource allocations
• Community Advising
o Coordinates, implements, and engages in an effective chapter and council advising program across the fraternity/sorority community.
• Stakeholder Development
o Provides oversight and works closely with chapter housing corporations and Student Housing and Residential Life to manage fraternity and sorority housing facilities.
o Collaborate with local alumni, university staff, community leaders and international fraternity and sorority staff and officers.
• Leadership and Administration
o Reviews and interprets UH policies and procedures relating to fraternity/sorority life and implements new practices as needed.
o Serves as a liaison between Student Life and other university departments, constituent groups and student organizations; serves on the leadership team for the Student Life area; and serves on committees as needed.
o Performs other job-related duties as required.

Associate Director for Leadership & Program Development
Indiana University
The main functions of this position will focus on providing advising and programming support for the sorority and fraternity community with 7,200+ members and 68+ chapters. This individual will serve as a member of the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) leadership team reporting to the Assistant Dean and supervise staff who provide programming support for leadership development, prevention education, alumni and volunteer engagement. They assist in the coordination and oversight of the Greek Funding Advisory Board and marketing materials for OSFL.

Applications will start to be reviewed in early January. Apply by January 1, 2021 for priority review.

Any questions about the position can be directed to Associate Director for Standards & Accountability, Alexis Karwoski, at
Assistant Director
Indiana University
The Assistant Director provides support for one or more sorority/fraternity governing councils and a portion of the 68 individual chapters (all are advised between the four Assistant Directors and two Associate Directors). The Assistant Director will be responsible for interpreting and educating students, advisors and staff on applicable campus policies and procedures, including the student organization conduct process. Responsible for providing emergency response and crisis intervention to the fraternity and sorority community when needed. Serves as one of the primary liaisons with the Office of Student Conduct for student organization misconduct cases, including, but not limited to, assisting with the development, assessment and implementation of action plans for organization misconduct cases. Recruits, trains, and helps coordinate the SFL Student Judicial Board in collaboration with the Assistant Director for Compliance and serves as a hearing officer for Office of Student Conduct organizational misconduct cases.
Applications will start to be reviewed in early January. Apply by January 1, 2021 for priority review.

Any questions about the position can be directed to Associate Director for Standards & Accountability, Alexis Karwoski, at
Executive Director Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc. - an organization dedicated to empowering women to lead the world - seeks a mission-driven, energetic, and strategic Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission, vision, and strategic objectives.

Who are we?
Sigma Lambda Gamma (SLG) is a sisterhood of nearly 10,0000 members - including undergraduate and alumnae. Our mission is to provide opportunities for lifelong empowerment to our members, thereby positively influencing the global community. As pioneers in the fraternal world, SLG continually strives to be a premier organization committed to empowering all women through the development and implementation of innovative programming initiatives.

Our stance on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
SLG was founded thirty years ago to create a safer space for women of color and to ignite social change on our campuses and within our organizations. SLG stands against racism and hate in all its forms. By joining SLG, all of our members and entities pledge themselves to be culturally aware and practice morals and ethics in their daily lives.

Associate Director for Diversity & Co-Curricular Educational Programs
University of Pennsylvania
The Associate Director for Diversity and Co-Curricular Educational Programs, under the advisement of the Director, is responsible for the programs implemented within the fraternity/sorority community at the University of Pennsylvania. These programs will be for undergraduate membership, (approximately 3300), the undergraduate chapter officers, the Intercultural Greek Council (IGC), the Interfraternity Council (IFC), the College Panhellenic Council (PHC), the Diversity and Inclusion board, and the Greek Alumni/ae Advisors Council (GAAC), as well as other joint Greek umbrella organizations. The Associate Director is directly responsible for the advisement of the Intercultural Greek Council (IGC) including the annual Step Show/YardFest program, partners with the academic departments in each college, and coordinates the University Advisors Program. The Associate Director for Diversity and Co-Curricular Educational Programs will assess the issues affecting the Greek system pertaining to areas centered on diversity and co-curricular education, as well as the concerns of the University community and the national organizations. Based upon this assessment, the Associate Director for Diversity and Co-Curricular Educational Programs will develop and implement programs to address these needs.
Coordinator, Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of Memphis
Duties & Responsibilities
Directly advises all three fraternity/sorority councils including providing support to the executive council, chapter officers, advisers, assessment, evaluation, marketing and training.
Meets regularly with all council presidents and provide position specific support for other chapter officers and advisers.

Duties & Responsibilities
Oversees all components of chapter member development, prevention efforts, and education for 25+ chapters and 1500 fraternity and sorority members in three councils.

Duties & Responsibilities
Advises an All Greek Programming Board to support opportunities for unity, celebration and collaboration among all fraternity and sorority members including events and a weekly newsletter sent to all chapter members.

Duties & Responsibilities
Co-advises Order of Omega including providing support to the executive council and the recruitment process. Develops and serves as primary adviser for the university’s Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) including providing support to the executive council, chapters, chapter officers, advisers, assessment, evaluation, marketing and training.

Duties & Responsibilities
Supervises a graduate assistant to support the initiatives and programs within this departmental function.

Duties & Responsibilities
Assists with all council events, risk management, recruitment initiatives, student accountability efforts and campus partnerships.

Duties & Responsibilities
Coordinates Women’s Leadership Initiatives which focus on intentional opportunities to support the leadership development of women on campus through a variety of events. The leadership programs provide exposure to students to women leaders, encourage mentorship, and support the developmental growth of a community of women leaders in Memphis. The program regularly engages over 500 students.

Duties & Responsibilities
Performs other duties as assigned.
Fraternity and Sorority Life Specialist
University of Wisconsin - Madison
We are excited to be accepting applications for a Fraternity & Sorority Life Specialist at UW - Madison! This position will directly advise our PHA council officers, support a group of chapters across all four councils, and lead a programming/education area of focus on our growing team. The opening will close on December 21st. Please feel free to reach out to Maggie Hayes with any questions!
Graduate Assistant
West Chester University
The duties will be to mentor and advise students and support a number of events and projects sponsored by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, governing councils and undergraduate chapters. See full position description provided in the link.
Assistant Director of Student Activities
Carroll University
The Assistant Director of Student Activities is part of the Student Activities staff within the division of Student Affairs and is responsible for providing leadership development and oversight of student organizations, daytime programming, specifically for commuter students, weekend programming and large-scale campus events and activities. This position will work closely with students to initiate, plan, develop, and facilitate events and activities to enhance the quality of student life and University experience for all students.
Graduate Assistant (2 positions)
The University of Mississippi
Assist with or directly advise one or more of the three Fraternity & Sorority Life governing councils (Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, or the Panhellenic Council). Assist with or directly advise one or more of the Greek honorary societies (Order of Omega, Gamma Sigma Alpha, & Rho Lambda). Maintain consistent communication with chapter advisors and other constituents as necessary. Participate in the management and delivery of formal and informal recruitment and intake processes. Evaluate and assess the fraternity & sorority community for the purpose of improving the quality of the membership experience. Facilitate data and membership management. Attend and participate in all Fraternity & Sorority Life events. Attend regular Fraternity & Sorority Life meetings to discuss current student events and issues, as well as, one on one meetings and professional development programs.
Graduate Assistant
University of Rhode Island
URI is looking for a fantastic individual to be our next graduate assistant in the office of Greek affairs! Tuition waiver and pay included in position. Must apply to the College Student Personnel program and be admitted to be considered through the CSP Interview Days. Priority admission consideration is January 15. Please email me directly with questions about the position — questions about the graduate program can go directly to the CSP program director!

Please encourage or recommend graduating seniors or recent grads looking to head to graduate school for our position!
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
High Point University
High Point University is currently seeking a full-time Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life. This position effectively develops and manages Fraternity and Sorority Life programs and recruitment for the University, ensures the University has a successful Fraternity and Sorority Life program which supports the University’s overall recruitment efforts and student retention, and supervises Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

General duties will include assisting with other functional areas to include: Care meetings, Student Conduct and Housing/Waitlists.

This position will also require evenings and rotating weekend on call supervisor responsibilities


Master’s degree required.

Experience and Training:
Minimum of 2 to 4 years of Student Life, Greek Life, and/or Residence Life experience required.
Fraternity & Sorority Life Graduate Assistant
William & Mary
 Serve as part of a three-member team to advise and support all programs and initiatives sponsored by the Office
of Student Leadership Development, the Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Panhellenic
 Maintain a portfolio of advising opportunities that may include council officers and individual chapters
 Assist in support, advising, and development of 27+ inter/national fraternities and sororities on campus, their
officers, and members
 Assist in support and advising of the formal recruitment process for the Panhellenic Council and/or the
Interfraternity Council
 Oversee social media and publicity initiatives for Fraternity/Sorority Life
 Advise the William & Mary Order of Omega Chapter
 Serve a staff member of the Office of Student Leadership Development executing and implementing projects,
programs, and initiatives that forward the development of leaders at William & Mary
 All other duties as assigned by supervisor(s) that further fraternity, sorority, leadership initiatives, and the Office
of Student Leadership Development

Fraternity & Sorority Life Graduate Assistant
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
The Graduate Assistant for Fraternity and Sorority Life is a team member in the Office of the Student & Family Engagement and reports to the Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life. This position will provide hands-on experience with research development, program planning, advising, supervising, student leadership training, and assessment and evaluation.This position works 20 hours per week and is classified as a Graduate Research Assistant.
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