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OFSL Summer Intern
UNC Charlotte
The summer intern for the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (OFSL) will work directly with the Director, Associate Director, and Assistant Director(s) to develop their professional skills as a student affairs practitioner. The intern will present to over 3,500 incoming students and their families about the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life during new student orientation, work with local businesses and campus partners to coordinate the senior transition program –TELOS, develop program curriculum alongside the Assistant Director, implement various educational resources and opportunities for the Greek community, participate in an office-wide guided reading, and other duties as assigned.The role can be adjusted to the specific interest of the intern and duties, responsibilities, and projects may be altered to fit the specific individual in the role. This intern will act as a fourth professional staff member in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and will be treated as a professional throughout their internship at UNC Charlotte.
Link: None
Coordinator II, Special Programs - MGC/CPH Advisor
The University of Texas at Arlington
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at The University of Texas at Arlington is seeking a dynamic individual to join our team! This position is one of four professional staff members that oversees 570+ affiliated students involved in one of our 28 fraternity and sorority organizations at UTA. As a Coordinator II, you will play a pivotal role in our office as we reimagine F&SL at UTA with a dynamic new team. This role will work in an advisory capacity to the College Panhellenic Council (CPH) and Multicultural Greek Council (MGC).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Serves as a council advisor to two of the four F&SL governing councils and their respective executive boards, standards boards, recruitment processes, and related committees and programs in collaboration with other Office of F&SL staff.
-Advise and coordinate the F&SL Programming Board Directors to create and execute efforts to bring together the F&SL community.
-Development of education and efforts focused on community growth and retention for organizations, councils, and the Office of F&SL.
Responsible for branding and visibility of the Office of F&SL through campus programming, social media, and print marketing.
-Acts as a liaison with chapter advisors and all national organizations and maintains active communication, including high levels of public contact with media representatives, policies, National fraternity/sorority representatives, parents, alumni, faculty, and university administration.
-Develop collaborative programs with other campus departments and offices and serve on university committees as needed.
-Facilitate administrative responsibilities such as budget management and program assessment.
-Performs other duties as assigned.
Link: https://uta.peopleadmin.com/postings/26388?utm_source=afa
Program Specialist (Coordinator) for Fraternity & Sorority Life
Villanova University
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Program Specialist for Fraternity and Sorority Life will work to further the development and vision of the fraternity and sorority community at Villanova University

Oversee the OFSL program menu including coordination and delivery FSL specific programs and trainings which include, but are not limited to, required risk management and harm reduction, FSL 101, leadership development

Oversee registration process for organization events (on- and off-campus) to ensure compliance with institutional and departmental policies and protocols

Manage registration database and communicate with campus partners as needed

Build positive relationships with affiliated students that nurture and support their growth and development in their respective organization, their council, and in their overall Villanova student experience

Work with OFSL colleagues to ensure a departmental focus is kept on the value of community and collaboration as it pertains to conversation and interactions with other staff members, students, campus partners, and organization stakeholders

Provide general assistance and guidance with programming, recruitment, operations, risk management, and support efforts

Assist in managing the office communication and marketing plans including social media content and analytics and OFSL Look Book

Assist in coordinating OFSL signature events and larger scale service initiatives including, but not limited to, Halloween Trick or Treat, Easter Egg Hunt, Greek Awards, etc

Assist in the daily operations of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and support departmental and divisional programs and initiatives

Ensure timely response to emails, phone calls and inquiries

Participate in departmental, divisional and University meetings and committees

Participate in departmental and divisional functions and events
Link: https://jobs.villanova.edu/postings/27425
Coordinator for Sorority & Fraternity Life
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Responsibilities

Under the general director of the Director of Sorority & Fraternity Life, the Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life plans, coordinates, implements, and executes multiple initiatives related to the advisement, education, and support of the University’s fraternities and sororities and their chapter operations

This includes advising chapter and council leadership, development and delivery of educational content, the active involvement in maintaining and communicating chapter status, and assisting with internal and external responses and communications involving the fraternity and sorority community

Plans, develops, executes and evaluates comprehensive leadership, educational, and risk management program(s) for all members of the fraternity/sorority community, including required trainings for organization/council officers and members

Serves as the primary advisor for multiple governing councils

Advises fraternity/sorority students on personal and organizational accountability, self-governance, shared standards, and topics as appropriate to support student development

Conducts workshops and seminars to instruct, inform and/or train students on various fraternity/sorority topics including, values-driven leadership, organizational management, inclusivity, equity, membership development, peer-to-peer accountability, recruitment, and risk management

Hires, trains, supervises, and supports undergraduate students in their personal and professional development via weekly meetings, oversight of responsibilities, and job coaching

Assists with the successful implementation/operation of the Expectations of Excellence program, the University’s expansion policy, and other initiatives related to the proper functioning of the fraternity/sorority organizations on campus

Link: https://careers.umass.edu/en-us/job/521063/coordinator-for-fraternity-sorority-life
Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life, Panhellenic Advisor
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
This position would join the FSL team at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo! We are searching for a dynamic individual who would be the primary advisor for our Panhellenic Council. This position would also be the key coordinator in planning/executing our flagship leadership programs, such as Greek Leadership Institute and Welcome Institute! FSL at Cal Poly is a thriving community with over 3600 students, 36 organizations, and 3 councils. Full details and job responsibilities in the job posting linked!

Anticipated hiring range: $55,320-$60,420
Link: https://jobs.calpoly.edu/en-us/job/532852/fraternity-sorority-leadership-and-assessment-coordinator
Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs, NPHC Advisor
University of Tennessee at Martin
The Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs at the University of Tennessee at Martin, under the direction of the Director of Multicultural Affairs, is charged with promoting a welcoming and inclusive campus environment while advocating for traditionally marginalized students. Responsible for working with various University departments to create an environment that nurtures and promotes student learning and development. Serves as a leader in fostering respect for multiculturalism and an appreciation for diverse experiences by interacting daily with 150+ Student Organizations, their 2000+ members, and alumni.
Link: https://ut.taleo.net/careersection/ut_martin/jobdetail.ftl?job=230000029I&tz=GMT-06%3A00&tzname=America%2FChicago
Assistant Director of Organizational Growth
Zeta Beta Tau
The Assistant Director of Organizational Growth is a full-time professional staff position that focuses on chapter recruitment training (10%), supporting prospective chapters (20%), and implementing the expansion plan (50%). This staff member is critical to ensuring sustainable growth and strong expansions to new institutions. Travel is a required part of this job, and all candidates must be willing to travel extensively to conduct chapter visits and lead expansions. Estimated travel is 45% of the year.
Link: https://zbt.org/careers/
Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Northwest Missouri State University
1. Support all aspects of the Fraternity and Sorority Life community including:
• Basic admin duties
• Budgets for the councils and opportunities they directly advise
• Program planning and evaluation
• Supervise all aspects of fraternity/sorority recruitment/intake for the councils for which they are the primary advisor
• Membership development
• Marketing/promotions for prospective and current students
• Assist the AD plan and coordinate Greek Week and Awards
2. Serve as liaison to the University and chapter advisors, alumni, and (Inter) National Headquarters Staff.
3. Directly advise two of the four councils/leadership communities (National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, and Order of Omega).
4. Assist in the planning and facilitation of FSL leader retreats, meetings, and workshops w/ topics such as community building, programming, information, and council leadership development.
5. Maintain Fraternity and Sorority Life records pertaining to event planning and registration process including post-programmatic assessment.
6. Mentor student leaders to be career ready by teaching them leadership, strategic planning and accountability skills in their positions to grow as leaders and prepare them for graduation.
7. Interpret, disseminate, and monitor Fraternity and Sorority organization compliance with university and council policies. Assure compliance with university standards and policies.
8. Monitor the completion of the Fraternity and Sorority Standards of Excellence.
9. Collaborate with other Student Affairs areas and University departments as needed to develop and sustain effective professional relationships with students, faculty, staff, and others.
10. Direct continuous quality improvement efforts for all programs/units under their supervision (includes strategic planning and evaluation/assessment).
11. Serve on University committees, teams, and task forces as needed.
12. Perform other duties as assigned.

SALARY: ~$42,500
Link: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/nwmissouri/default.cfm
Assistant Director of Student Involvement & Leadership
Duke University
As a member of the Student Involvement and Leadership team, serve as the Assistant Director providing oversight and direction for fraternity and sorority life and student leadership. Serve as the direct advisor to the Multicultural Greek Council and National PanHellenic Council, which includes assistance in strategic planning, self-governance, leadership development, and programming. Advise chapters in development of growth plans, risk management, and increasing campus presence. Responsible for the oversight, vision, and development of programming for the Penny Pilgram George Women’s Leadership Initiative cohort. Supervise and coach student staff in development and delivery of leadership initiative programming. Supervise a Graduate Assistant(s) who will assist with advising and supporting students and student organizations on self-governance, risk management, and event planning. Serve as a member of the Student Involvement and Leadership team to advance co-curricular initiatives focused on belonging and positive social change.
Link: https://careers.duke.edu/job/Durham-ASSISTANT-DIRECTOR%2C-PROGRAMS-NC-27710/1097888500/
Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
Oklahoma State University
Serve as primary advisor of nationally-recognized Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) by assisting student leaders in development of annual goals & objectives.

**Feel free to text or email if you’d like to connect at AFA to learn more**
Link: https://tinyurl.com/gopokesnphcmgc
Fraternity & Sorority Student Safety & Wellbeing Coordinator
The University of Alabama
The Fraternity & Sorority Student Safety & Wellbeing Coordinator develops, implements, and evaluates educational, health, safety, and wellness initiatives for the fraternity and sorority community at The University of Alabama. The fraternity and sorority community at UA consists of 70 social fraternities and sororities with 12,000 student members, including 50 chapter housing facilities with approximately 1,900 residents.

Leads member harm reduction and wellness initiatives in the fraternity and sorority community. Advocates for policies and practices that address community wellbeing. Supports student success. Provides individual student services aimed at the fraternity and sorority community.

See post for more info!
Link: https://careers.ua.edu/jobs/sl-specialist-i-fraternity-sorority-student-safety-wellbeing-coordinator-520045-tuscaloosa-alabama-united-states
Coordinator, Greek Life (Anticipated Posting in March 2024)
University of Rhode Island
This position is anticipated to open in March 2024!! Below is a shortened version of the basic function, essential duties and required qualifications — see attached link for full description.

BASIC FUNCTION:
Responsible for the coordination of harm and risk reduction within Greek Life under the Dean of Student’s Office at the
University of Rhode Island. Will work as part of an advising team to develop, implement, and evaluate health and safety
initiatives within the Office of Greek Life. Reporting to the Assistant Director, will lead harm reduction and compliance
initiatives in the sorority and fraternity community; advocate for policies that address campus and community health; support
sorority and fraternity student success; supervise and evaluate student staff; and provide individual student services aimed at
the fraternity and sorority community. These functions include consultation, training/education and additional projects
necessary to support sorority and fraternity related risks. The coordinator will collaborate with a diverse group of university
internal and external stakeholders when fulfilling these functions.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. ADVISING & COACHING
2. COMMUNICATION, OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIPS
3. EDUCATION & PROGRAMMING
4. SUPERVISION & TALENT DEVELOPMENT
5. ASSESSMENT & ADMINISTRATION

QUALIFICATIONS:
Required: Masters degree in Public Health, Health Promotion, Health Education, Higher Education, Student Affairs, College
Student Personnel, Counseling or related field; One year of related work experience. Master’s degree can substitute for 1 year of
experience (2 years as a graduate assistant is equal to another year of full-time experience); Minimum 1 year professional experi-
ence with at least one year of either 1) fraternity and sorority advisement or 2) one year of experience in risk management and
harm reduction programming.

Email alison_burke@uri.edu for any questions!!
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FkZGwyP68_A9Kga1hUl9R_hsD_nEQZIA/view?usp=drivesdk
Associate Director, Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life (Anticipates Dec. 2023)
UCLA
*I would love to meet up at AFA if you’re interested. Feel free to reach out to me directly.

A brief summary: direct supervisor to two coordinators, indirect supervisor to undergraduate interns, direct staff advisor to 1-2 councils and 10-15 chapters, serves as the Directors’s designee for selected committee and provides necessary assistance to department staff in absence of the Director. Incumbent is responsible for creating an implementing programmatic efforts related to leadership development, risk management, academic success, and other crucial components to develop the next generation of UCLA Green Bruins.
Link: www.ucla.edu/careers
Assistant Director of Chapter & Council Services
Texas Tech University
Advisement of the College Panhellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council leadership. Serve as chapter coach for approximately 20 chapters. Supervision of student staff.
Priority Deadline to apply is January 14, 2024. We will be taking meetings about the position at AFAAM
Link: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=25898&siteid=5635&PageType=JobDetails&jobid=834989#jobDetails=834989_5635
Senior Associate Director of Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagment
Carnegie Mellon University
Core Responsibilities will include:
• Serve on the departmental Leadership Team to advance strategic priorities and navigate emergent issues
• Supervise 3 full-time professionals in the areas of fraternity and sorority life and leadership development, as well as a dotted supervision line to the Housefellow supporting the fraternity and sorority residential community
• Provide oversight for the department’s learning initiatives including leadership development and organizational training
• Align departmental assessment efforts with university assessment strategy and priorities
• Consult on and support colleagues’ programmatic assessment efforts in SLICE
• Lead and coordinate the Carnegie Mellon’s fraternity and sorority life program encompassing but not limited to advising, education, programming, housing, and the residential experience
• Champion the sorority and fraternity experience through vision, advocacy, and connection to professional associations
• Implement, evaluate, and report on the fraternity and sorority life strategic plan
• Strengthen values-based alignment and decision-making within chapters and fraternity and sorority community as a whole
• Lead the development and implementation of core operating procedures within the fraternity and sorority program
• Advise approximately 20% of fraternity and/or sorority chapter(s) and/or council(s) with advising portfolio to be determined by strengths and experiences of staff team
• Serve as backup to the Housefellow with oversight for the fraternity and sorority residential community during urgent student situations, issues with broad community impact, and/or in navigating relationships
• May serve in university on-call duty rotation*
• Serve as a departmental representative for divisional and university initiatives and committees
Link: https://cmu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/CMU/job/Pittsburgh-PA/Senior-Associate-Director-of-SLICE--Fraternity-and-Sorority-Life--Learning-and-Assessment----Division-of-Student-Affiars_2020626
Associate Director of Student Organizations and Leadership
MSU Denver
The Associate Director of Student Organizations and Leadership Programs is a creative and passionate student affairs professional who operates from a lens of understanding and prioritizing equity and inclusion in working with MSU Denver’s diverse students. The Associate Director is responsible for leading a comprehensive student organization program and provides vision and support for the Center for Multicultural Engagement and Inclusion’s (CMEI) co-curricular leadership programming. To this end, the Associate Director will identify and execute strategies to both broaden and deepen student engagement at the University.

The Associate Director will actively collaborate with academic departments and Student Affairs functional areas to enhance and strengthen existing student organizations and leadership programming and to promote the development of new student organizations and leadership programming. The Associate Director sets expectations for student organization advising, leads the training and development for advisors, and is both innovative and strategic in setting the overall advising agenda for student organizations. The Associate Director has a keen attention to safety and risk management considerations, and partners with key institutional colleagues to ensure that student organizations are operating safety and ethically.

The Associate Director is responsible for the supervision of the Assistant Director of Student Leadership Programs and the Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life and Student Government. As such, the Associate Director has shared responsibility for the overall operations of the institution’s fraternity and sorority chapters, student government, and leadership development programs and works with CMEI staff to synergize student leadership development across these domains.
Link: https://msudenver.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/MSUDenver/job/Denver-Colorado/Associate-Director-of-Student-Organizations-and-Leadership-Programs_JR101720
Coordinator of Advising and Coaching - IFC Advisor
Clemson University
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Link: None
Assistant Director, IFC Advisor
Kansas State University
Reporting to the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life will work to further the development and vision of the fraternity and sorority community at Kansas State. This position plays a pivotal role in advancing student engagement, student success, and the personal development of students within the Kansas State community. The Assistant Director is responsible for the oversight, guidance, and support of one governing council and approximately 15 recognized chapters.

Application Deadline: December 11, 2023
Anticipated Start Date: February 20, 2024

Salary Range: $52,000-$60,000
Link: https://careers.k-state.edu/cw/en-us/job/516358/asst-dir-i-prog-project?fbclid=IwAR0XslD1FNDHLQjPIRRP8PbrAhrJ4K4IjtFQv51gQIf_F1Ch0g5ZDp4yqBc_aem_AUDnIINbfhfxZ8iC3NVcPjH3TnQ56690uN8pHXkfRzC8fFCyqxIl2RWFLIq90O2JTFg
Coordinator of Greek Life - Panhellenic Advisor
University of Georgia
Advisement & Leadership Development
Under the direction of the Associate Director, advise the Panhellenic Council by attending executive council and general body meetings, offering guidance, and assisting in the development of organizational goals.
Contribute to the planning and execution of training programs and leadership retreats for the Panhellenic Council and community initiatives.
In collaboration with the Associate Director for Greek Life, coordinate the Panhellenic recruitment program including recruitment registration, event scheduling, and computer management system for 2000+ potential new members.
Assist the Multicultural Greek Council with special projects and programs as assigned.
Facilitate collaboration between the four governing Greek Councils by supporting initiatives and programming across councils.
Attend Council, Chapter, Advisor, and other events or functions as a Greek Life Office representative.
Serve as a liaison to and conduct regular one-on-one meetings with Council and Chapter Officers as assigned.
Assist with the transition between Executive Boards in the fall semester through the election process.

Programming & Events
Collaborate with the greater UGA community and Division of Student Affairs to implement, execute, and evaluate enriching, informative, and memorable programs and activities.
Assist with the planning and facilitation of Greek Life Office signature programs including Emerging Greek Leaders, Council New Member Series Programs, Greek Leaders’ Retreat, and Presidents/Chapter Officer Workshops.
Assist council and chapter leaders in the planning and implementation of chapter and council programs.
Link: https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/349416
Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Life - IFC Advisor
University of utah
Serve as Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Life working with the Interfraternity Council (IFC). Under the supervision of the Director, will provide assistance and support to the over 100-year-old fraternity and sorority community in the areas of program development, risk management, and promotion of leadership. This individual will engage student leaders in the management and direction of operations and programming while helping chapters to fully engage faculty, staff, alumni, and the community in the academic, social, and personal development of their membership.

Advising & Coaching:
Serve as the primary advisor to the lnterfraternity Council (IFC) & oversee IFC-led fraternity recruitment efforts each semester
Coach a portfolio of approximately 4-5 organizations in developing and pursuing organizational goals

Program & Curriculum Development & Facilitation:
Oversee council-led programs and initiatives that foster a sense of community among Fraternity/Sorority organizations including Greek Week, Homecoming, and various large-scale community-wide programming.
Support planning, facilitation, and evaluation of annual educational programs and initiatives centering on leadership development and/or health and wellness. Programs include chapter officer education, New Member Orientation, Emerging Leader Program, diversity, equity & inclusion education, hazing, alcohol & other drug, and violence prevention programming.

Partnership Development & Administrative Responsibilities:
Serve as a liaison to and collaborate with various campus partners such as the Center for Campus Wellness, U Career Success, Student Leadership & Involvement, Housing, Bennion Center for Community Engagement, and the Office of Student Accountability & Support
Support the tracking of organizational progress within the Chapter Accreditation Program;
Collaborate with organization alumni, advisors, headquarters staff members

Salary Range: $42,000 - $47,000 including an excellent benefits package
Link: https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/155610
Coordinator - Student Conduct & Community Standards
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Reporting to the Assistant Director for Student Organization Misconduct, the primary duties of the coordinator for Student Conduct & Community Standards are as follows:

Investigate and adjudicate student & student organization Code violations

Hold follow up and probation meetings with students

Supervise graduate assistant(s)

Supervise practicum student(s)

Assist with the selection and training of graduate assistant staff and practicum students

Coordinate, develop, and present trainings for Student Conduct Board faculty, staff, & student members

Advise and present to on-campus and off-campus entities regarding university policy and interpret the UT standards of conduct

Serve as liaison between department and other campus & community partners

Collaborate with campus entities regarding educational sanction programs

Serve on campus committees as assigned
Link: https://tiny.utk.edu/SCCSCoordinator
Collegiate Panhellenic Council Advisor
Texas A&M University
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life in the Department of Student Activities at Texas A&M University is hiring a Panhellenic Advisor! Details pertaining to primary responsibilities, required and preferred education and desired experience, and more is available at tx.ag/cpcadvisor. Salary is $46,000 annually. The positions will remain open until filled.
Link: tx.ag/cpcadvisor
Leadership Development Coordinator
California State University, Stanislaus
Will oversee leadership activities and civic engagement. Message me for details as I don’t want to type everything out on my phone.
Link: None
Growth Consultant for IFC Fraternities (Part-Time Independent Contractor)
Phired Up
The Growth Consultant will serve Phired Up through:
1) Education and Strategy Delivery
2) Educational Content Creation
3) Leads Generation.

Beyond these three primary areas of responsibility, this contractor will provide advice and guidance to the company, contribute positively to team dynamics and company culture, and promote Phired Up throughout the fraternity/sorority industry.

Demonstrated experience supporting IFC-organization related growth strongly preferred.
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BNeQzwS_isq_5xka0E9z4YE17chQjKoB/view?usp=share_link
Associate Director - Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
Syracuse University
Salary: $63,000 - $65,000

Master’s degree with 4 or more years of full-time experience advising fraternities and sororities required. Understanding of issues and trends relevant to fraternities and sororities; knowledge of applicable standards, policies and best practices.

Serve as the primary advisor to at least two councils and advise five to eight chapters.

Advise councils on peer judicial processes and programming and activities.

Night and weekend hours are required as related to specific programs and services associated with this position and the department including advising of council executive board meetings, student programmatic activities and training events.

Collaborate with Fraternity and Sorority Affairs (FASA) Director on advisor development and support.

Train and supervise two full-time program coordinators.

Manage the Social Event Registration process for all fraternities and sororities.

Maintain a comprehensive calendar of fraternity and sorority events and provide contract management support for fraternity and sorority events.

Oversee the coordination and implementation of the FASA Accreditation Program, DEIA programming and education and community new member education programming for all fraternity/sorority members, and the Greek Awards ceremony and the expansion process of chapters to the FASA community.

Assist the Director with alumni and advisor engagement.
Link: https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/98211
Fraternity & Sorority Life Program Coordinator
University of Oregon
The Program Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority serves a vital role in providing support and educational opportunities for the Fraternity & Sorority community. This position advises, coordinates, and promotes social Greek letter organizations and related programs, and creates and implements programming to support academic and leadership development for the University’s diverse and dynamic fraternity and sorority community. The coordinator serves as the primary advisor for one or more governing councils and assists with formal fall recruitment. This position is responsible for managing student development and leadership education and providing direction in policy interpretation and implementation.

The Program Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life be a part of a team that works closely with faculty/staff, advisors of fraternities and sororities, as well as inter/national membership organizations for the betterment of the Fraternity and Sorority community. The successful candidate will be an innovative, collaborative, student-centered professional who is able to maintain partnerships throughout the University as well as work with a variety of constituents in a fast-paced environment.

This position reports to the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life and is not eligible for a remote or hybrid work schedule.
Link: https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/532099/fraternity-and-sorority-life-program-coordinator?source=IND
Assistant Director for Student Engagement & Leadership
Claflin University
As a member of the Dean of Students community of practice, the Assistant Director for Student Engagement & Leadership provides student organization support, advises prominent student organizations, and plans and implements signature events. The Assistant Director for Student Engagement & Leadership provides training and leadership development for student organization leaders and advisors. The Assistant Director for Student Engagement & Leadership serves as the primary advisor to the Student Activities Board (SAB) and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). Additionally, the Assistant Director provides advising and event planning consultation to student organizations and exercises strong judgment to facilitate and execute well-organized and safe programming opportunities.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Master’s degree in student affairs administration, college student personnel or other related discipline preferred
• 1-3 years of student organizational support, student activities advising and program planning
• Ability to operate within a cross-functional, highly collaborative team environment

Salary: $55,000
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=81141&clientkey=0D757E36D251F05697E059367AB97196
Director of Services
Delta Chi International Headquarters
Salary Range: $60,000-$67,000 per year

Start Date: January 2024

For full description visit deltachi.org/employment

Position Summary:

The Director of Services oversees the support and resources provided to chapters by the International Fraternity. The Director of Services directly supervises the chapter services team (Coordinators of Field Operations and Chapter Services Specialist). This position identifies chapter operation needs and opportunities for improvement and coordinates solutions through the chapter services team and the Fraternity staff. This includes chapter consultations and related travel to implement identified solutions. This position is responsible for gathering, organizing, and presenting chapter performance and support data to external stakeholders. The Director of Services will be responsible for building and maintaining positive relationships with campus partners to ensure chapter support and success in partnership.
Link: https://deltachi.org/employment/
Director of Organizational Conduct
Phi Sigma Kappa
This individual is responsible for overseeing and implementing policies, procedures, and initiatives related to organizational conduct, risk management, and member accountability. The Director of Organizational Conduct is also responsible for providing guidance and support to chapter leaders and members in fostering a safe, inclusive, and respectful environment. This individual will report to the Associate Executive Director and collaborate with various members of the Undergraduate Initiatives Team.
Link: https://phisigmakappa.org/about/employment/
Growth Specialist
Phi Sigma Kappa
The goal of the Growth Specialist role is to provide the best possible local chapter-focused training
and support to our undergraduate and alumni members. This includes a key service to these local chapters: the growth of membership numbers and the development of leadership skills. In order to qualify for a Growth Specialist role, it is imperative that candidates have demonstrated the skills, resources, and professional understanding necessary to exceed the expectations of our
undergraduate members.

Growth Specialists will serve as a primary provider of training and support to the chapters, new
expansions, and their members in areas of recruitment and membership retention. Growth
Specialists build upon prior knowledge to help identify strengths and weaknesses in a chapter’s
operations outside of recruitment, offering assistance and enrichment opportunities. This will
include providing instruction in the expectations, practices, policies, and guidelines of the
Fraternity, interacting with members of the campus staff and surrounding communities, and
promoting the services and opportunities available to members of Phi Sigma Kappa.
Link: None
Chapter Support Specialist
Lambda Chi Alpha
Lambda Chi Alpha will be hiring to complete a team of Chapter Support Specialists to help build the chapter support team. The responsibilities include working alongside chapter officers, alumni volunteers, campus partners, and the team at the Lambda Chi Alpha Office of Administration. This position is for highly organized people who can support the development of our undergraduate members and alumni volunteers while holding them accountable to the Lambda Chi Alpha values and high standards.
Link: https://www.lambdachi.org/about-lambda-chi-alpha/careers/chapter-support-specialist/
Interfraternity (IFC) Program Coordinator
Tarleton State University
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
40% Serve as a coordinator for Fraternities for Interfraternity Council (IFC) Coordinator as the primary coordinator for one of the governing councils & their executive boards with the primary focus on recruitment, organization, engagement and expansion of existing and new social Greek letter organizations. Overseeing new member recruitment & onboarding procedures, policies and goals.  Develop & maintain collaborative relationships with the fraternity community constituents including the national headquarters staff, local advisory leadership, alumni, chapter advisors & parents to advance the mission and values of the Fraternity community.  
 
20% Advise the FSL Officers in the education, marketing, & communication efforts of the FSL community & assist with program planning, increase attendance in Athletic engagement, & implementation of community wide events.
 
20% Aid with daily operation, execution & administration of Campus Life pertaining to but not limited to Greek Life including area goals, objectives and assessment, membership management, marketing, & communication. Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with fraternity and sorority community constituents including inter/national headquarters staff, local advisory leadership, alumni, chapter advisors and parents to advance the mission and values of the FSL community.

10% Assist the development & facilitation of leadership retreats and officer transition programs for the fraternity community.
 
10% Build a positive rapport with students, staff, & faculty by maintaining availability, visibility, a genuine, concerned attitude & fulfill other related duties as assigned.
  
Required Education & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in applicable field
• Three years of related experience in the field.
 
Salary
Commensurate with experience
 
The target base annual salary is $43,620 and may be negotiable based on funding availability.
Link: https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TARLETON_External/details/Interfraternity-Council--IFC--Coordinator_R-066689-1
Inter-Greek (IGC) Program Coordinator
Tarleton State University
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
40% Serve as a coordinator for Inter-Greek Council (IGC) as the primary coordinator for one of the governing councils & their executive boards with the primary focus on increasing IGC organizations on campus, recruitment, organization, engagement & expansion of existing and new Greek organizations. Develop & maintain collaborative relationships with the Greek community constituents including the national headquarters staff, local advisory leadership, alumni, chapter advisors & values of the community. Enhance & develop the fraternity community with educational programming, increase engagement & connections in IGC & student experiences, & initiatives. 
 
20% Collaborate with campus departments to provide educational opportunities for Greek life members.  Advise the FSL Officers in the education, marketing, & communication efforts of the FSL community & assist with program planning, mentorship & implementation of community wide events.
 
20% Aid with daily operation, execution & administration of Campus Life pertaining to but not limited to Greek Life including area goals, objectives & assessment, membership management, marketing, & communication. Develop & maintain collaborative relationships with the Greek community constituents including inter/national headquarters staff, local advisory leadership, alumni, chapter advisors & parents to advance the mission & values of the FSL community.

10% Assist the Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life with the development & facilitation of leadership retreats & officer transition programs for the Greek community.
 
10% Fulfill other related duties as assigned.
  
Required Education and Experience:
· Bachelor’s degree in applicable field
· Three years of related experience in coordinating events
 
Salary 
Commensurate with experience  
 
The target base annual salary is $43,620 & may be negotiable based on funding availability.
Link: https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TARLETON_External/details/Inter-Greek-Council-Coordinator_R-067280
Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life
Southern Methodist University (SMU)
POSITION WILL BE LIVE DECEMBER 4th THROUGH ANOTHER SOURCE SEARCH FIRM:
The Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life provides training, development, advice, and support for the individual members, chapters, councils, advisors and inter/national organizations of the Southern Methodist University (SMU) fraternity & sorority community. This position will provide specific advisement to the individual members and chapters of two of our four Greek councils. This position supports initiatives that benefit the entire community including event planning, training and development, and advice and support for SMU students and the fraternity and sorority community. The Assistant Director is a member of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) within the Student Involvement team and works in service of the departmental mission, and divisional strategic plan.
Essential Functions:
• Advising: Provide hands-on, personalized advising to the executive board, chapter leaders, and members of two of our Greek Councils. Communicate and meet regularly with alumni volunteers, (inter)national headquarters constituents, housing corporation boards, traveling consultants, and fraternity/house directors. Coordinate formal/informal council recruitment/intake processes.
• Programming: Manage the planning and execution of FSL community-wide initiatives with specific responsibility for the Greek 101 informational course and event, the Advisor newsletter, the semester community grade report in order to further the development of a unified community and support values-based programming.
• Serve as an active and engaged member of the Fraternity & Sorority Life team and support the department mission. Support the implementation and realization of the goals and learning domains in the Student Affairs strategic plan. Support and encourage adoption of Connect.SMU. Complete other duties as assigned.
• Evening and weekend hours will be required.
Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of Iowa
B1G News! The University of Iowa is excited to announce the search for a second Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The successful candidate will assist the Fraternity and Sorority Life staff in providing administrative oversight to the University of Iowa Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) Community, consisting of 41 chapters and over 3,200 students. The role will assist in advancing and assessing the FSL Strategic Plan and FSL Alcohol Harm Reduction initiatives. They will advise 2 of the 4 governing councils, as well as have opportunities to lead FSL programs and events and individually coach chapters. This is a great opportunity for someone coming out of graduate school in May 2024 or for a new professional. People with advising experience with the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Panhellenic Council are highly recommended to apply! If you have any questions feel free to reach out to any of the staff in Fraternity and Sorority Life at Iowa!

• Search Chair: Alicia Hein (alicia-hein@uiowa.edu)

• Position Supervisor: McKenzie Pendry (mckenzie-pendry@uiowa.edu)

• Director: Chad Michael (chad-warrick@uiowa.edu)

We look forward to meeting with you during AFA and sharing what it is like to live in Iowa City and work with our great fraternity and sorority community!
Link: https://uiowa.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/fraternity-and-sorority-life-coordinator-31652
Membership Engagement Coordinator
Order of Omega International Headquarters
Reporting to the Director of Chapter Services, this full-time position serves as the primary staff member responsible for the collection and cultivation of Order of Omega membership data as well as the management of all chapter materials and information.

The Membership Engagement Coordinator will also work with chapters to make sure all new members are duly registered and in good standing with the International Headquarters.

This position will work with the staff and Board
of Directors to fulfill the goals and initiatives to provide a quality experience for our members.

Anticipated timeline:

— Close in March, 2024.
— Interviews April, 2024.
— Anticipated start April/May, 2024.
Link: https://orderofomega.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Order-of-Omega-Membership-Engagement-Coordinator-Job-Posting-1.pdf
FSL Graduate Assistant
University of South Florida
*This position is for the 2024-2025 Academic Year
*Must be accepted into College Student Affairs (CSA) program (link below)
*Interview Day/Open House is February 23rd. Virtual Interviews can be arranged prior.

• Support and model the vision and goals of the Center for Student Involvement.
• Plan, execute, and promote programming for National Hazing Prevention Week, Values Celebration Week, and Welcome Week Events.
• Oversee organization’s social event training, registration, and review process.
• Co-advise 1-2 student led councils, including Order of Omega Honor Society
• Assist in planning, recruitment, and attend Bulls Service Break FSL trip.
• Assist with the facilitation of Olympian Summit, Council Officer Orientation, and Council Transition Retreats as needed.
• Create, enhance, and sustain collaborative partnerships with campus organizations and departments to create successful co-curricular involvement and programming opportunities for students.
• Provide support to FSL staff for day-to-day community management.
• Advise students and supervise the Education Program Director student employee on event planning and management, marketing and social media, contract negotiation, assessment of activities, and leading peer student groups.
• Support Student Affairs initiates by serving on committees, attending events and
working with other departments to achieve mission, values, and goals of Student Success
• Participate in CSI development and staff training and event staffing rotation.
• Other duties as assigned.
Link: https://www.usf.edu/education/areas-of-study/higher-education-student-affairs/programs/master-of-ed/index.aspx
Associate Director, Student Life
James Madison University
Directly supervises the Assistant Director of Off Campus Life, Assistant Director of Campus Programming, and Assistant Director of Student Leadership Development. Assists the Director in providing strategic leadership for supervisory areas.
Support the development of all programs that are offered to the JMU student body in a wide array of applications including leadership programs, the administration of over 350 University recognized clubs and organizations and their programs, major campus-wide concerts and programs offered through the University Program Board, transitional and basic needs programming, and staff driven programming. Serve as co-chairperson for Weeks of Welcome. Serve as the co-chairperson for the Student Life Advisory Board. Support implementation of Adam’s Law compliance.
Oversee the development of new and enhanced support services or offerings. Including but limited to maintenance and usage of the Be Involved plat, form, review and development of policy, support managing the student organization accountability process, signing of agreements, coordinating the creation and improvement of large, campus-wide programs, and expansion of Explore Madison.
Be knowledgeable of laws, regulations, policies, and procedures that relate to its respective responsibilities and that pose potential legal obligations, limitations, risks, and liabilities to the institution as a whole. Ability to identify, assess, evaluate, mitigate, and work to control risk. Be familiar with student safety issues, the campus partners who work to prevent them, and research-supported strategies for addressing them. Ability to use situational awareness, adaptability, decisiveness, and clear communication to manage potential crisis.
Work with direct reports to develop and implement ongoing assessment efforts for supervisory areas with the expressed purpose of measuring attainment of objectives and program improvement.
Coordinate with supervisory areas staff to maintain all office budgets.
Link: https://joblink.jmu.edu/postings/15881
Assistant Director, Student Organization Accountability
James Madison University
James Madison University invites applications for the Assistant Director of Organizational Accountability in the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices (OSARP). This is a new position and new unit within the department that focuses specifically on student groups and organizations.

The successful candidate will primarily work with Organizational Accountability processes related to student organizations; conduct investigations and create investigation reports; initiate and maintain relationships with internal and external partners; facilitate outreach efforts related to Organizational Accountability; conduct minor, major and flexible Administrative Case Reviews in the Individual Accountability Process; and supervise a full-time Coordinator of Organizational Accountability.

This is a 12-month Administrative and Professional Faculty position. For more information about the office, please refer to the office website at: www.jmu.edu/osarp.
Link: https://joblink.jmu.edu/postings/15901
Coordinator, Student Organization Accountability
James Madison University

James Madison University invites applications for the Coordinator of Organizational Accountability in the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices (OSARP). This is a new position and new unit within the department that focuses specifically on student groups and organizations.

The successful candidate will primarily work with Organizational Accountability processes related to student organizations; conduct investigations and create investigation reports; assist in maintaining relationships with internal and external partners; assist with outreach efforts related to Organizational Accountability; and conduct Administrative Case Reviews in the Individual Accountability Process.

This is a 12-month Administrative and Professional Faculty position. For more information about the office, please refer to the office website at: www.jmu.edu/osarp.
Link: https://joblink.jmu.edu/postings/15899
Coordinator, Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of South Florida
*This is an anticipated opening. Contact for official job link/opening
*Anticipated Salary range: $42-50K

• Support and model the vision and goals of the Center for Student Involvement including increasing student involvement and engagement on- and off-campus.
• Provide advising, coaching, mentorship, and support to individual chapters, committees, and one or more of the following councils: Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, or the Panhellenic Association. Assist in overall relationship and community building.
• Develop, coordinate, implement, and facilitate educational programs, services, and resources for individual students, chapters, councils, officers, advisors, and alumni.
• Provide oversight or assistance for one or more of the following areas: Education and Curriculum Development; Programming and Risk Reduction; Communication, Outreach, and Partnerships; or Accreditation, Awards, and Recognition.
• Assess and benchmark departmental and fraternity and sorority community programs, processes, and policies, and make evidence-based recommendations for improvement and maximize student co-curricular involvement and success.
• Administer departmental and University policies, procedures, and guidelines that apply to student organizations, assisting student leaders in understanding and navigating them.
• Support Student Success initiatives by serving on committees, attending events, facilitating presentations and showcases and other related outreach and awareness opportunities, collaborating with other departments to achieve and promote the mission, values, and goals of Student Success.
• Performs other duties as assigned to support and model the mission, vision, and goals of the Center, Student Success, and USF including participating in the Center’s event staffing rotation,
• This position is designated Essential Personnel.

Link: None
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Community Development & Belonging
The Pennsylvania State University
Reporting to the Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, this position is directly responsible for advising one or more student governing councils (IFC, MGC, NPHC, PHC) and coaching a portfolio of chapters within a community comprised of over 70 recognized fraternities and sororities and 6,000 affiliated students. The Assistant Director advises undergraduate chapter leaders while also maintaining communication with advisors, alumni, housing corporations, and international organizations. They assist the office in facilitating educational, community-wide programs on leadership, member development, and risk management, among other topics. This position collaborates with University departments in providing resources to the fraternity and sorority community and may supervise graduate or undergraduate student workers.

This role typically requires a Master's degree plus two years of professional experience or higher. A degree in higher education or student development is preferred. Experience creating a welcoming environment for diverse student populations, facilitating educational programming on inclusive practices, and working with culturally-based and National Pan-Hellenic Council affiliate organizations is also preferred.

Candidates must have strong knowledge of fraternity and sorority recruitment/intake, new member education, risk management and reduction, educational programming and evaluation, and alumni engagement, as well as familiarity with specific trends and issues affecting fraternity and sorority communities. The successful candidate must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, allowing them to work collaboratively with internal and external constituents to enhance the mission and vision of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Must be willing to work frequent nights and weekends as required.
Link: https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Staff/job/Penn-State-University-Park/Assistant-Director-of-Fraternity---Sorority-Life_REQ_0000043202-1
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Health, Safety, & Event Planning
The Pennsylvania State University
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is seeking an Assistant Director for Health, Safety, and Event Planning to advise and lead risk prevention and event planning efforts throughout the fraternity and sorority community. This position reports to the Senior Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Training the fraternity and sorority community about effective risk prevention and event planning strategies.
- Coaching individual chapters to aid in the development of risk management plans.
- Collaborating with advisors, alumni, inter/national headquarters representatives, facility property managers, and other relevant stakeholders to discuss the progress of local chapters.
- Reviewing social event registrations and evaluating social events, including participating in a shared, rotating schedule to assess events and chapter facilities.
- Delivering educational programs on health and safety.
- Assisting organizations to develop relationships with neighborhood associations, residents, and Borough of State College officials.

Typically requires a master’s degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be willing to work nights and weekends, as part of the shared, rotating schedule for on-site event assessment, approximately one or two weeks a month. This position will require successful completion of standard background checks. 
Link: https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Staff/job/Penn-State-University-Park/Assistant-Director-of-Fraternity---Sorority-Life--Health--Safety--and-Event-Planning_REQ_0000045005-1
Senior Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life
The Pennsylvania State University
Reporting to the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, this position is responsible for the co-curricular development and assessment of a fraternity and sorority community comprised of four governing councils, over 70 recognized fraternities and sororities, and over 6,000 affiliated students. The Senior Assistant Director will lead, develop, review, and deliver educational content for fraternity and sorority members in addition to regularly assessing program efficacy and tracking chapter progress in meeting engagement expectations. This position will work closely with campus and community partners for staff training and educational content development.

Requirements:
- A master's degree in higher education or student development and four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, is preferred.
- Candidates must have strong knowledge of educational program development and facilitation, leadership development, health and safety, and conflict resolution, as well as familiarity with current trends and needs of NALFO, NAPA, NMGC, NPHC, NIC, NPC, and PFA affiliate organizations.
- The successful candidate must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, allowing them to present to and work collaboratively with internal and external constituents from a broad range of programs and disciplines.

The Senior Assistant Director must also have the ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and be willing to work frequent nights and weekends as required.
Link: https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Staff/job/Penn-State-University-Park/Senior-Assistant-Director-of-Fraternity---Sorority-Life_REQ_0000044868-1
Associate Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life (anticipated opening)
The Pennsylvania State University
Position posting is forthcoming. Responsibilities include:
- Coordination of council and chapter coaching and advising support
- Direct supervision of 3 Assistant Directors of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Community Development & Belonging, and indirect supervision of 2 Graduate Assistants
- Oversight of all fraternity/sorority expansion and re-establishment efforts
- Collaboration with Student Accountability & Conflict Response regarding fraternity/sorority misconduct

Happy to meet during or following the Annual Meeting to discuss further!
Assistant Director of Leadership & Learning, Fraternity & Sorority Life
Florida State University
The Department of the Fraternity and Sorority Life at Florida State University is hiring for an Assistant Director of Leadership and Learning! In this role, you will have the opportunity to oversee the student leadership and learning portfolio and enhance the fraternity and sorority experience for our chapters across all four councils. If you are interested in building community, together, we encourage you to apply!

If you have questions about the position, Florida State University, or our team, please feel free to reach out to Freddy Juarez, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at FSU, at fjuarez@fsu.edu.
Link: http://fsl.fsu.edu/job-opening
Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Life
Florida State University
The Department of the Fraternity and Sorority Life at Florida State University is hiring for a Coordinator! In this role, you will have opportunities to work and connect with an extraordinary community that is invested in leadership and learning, wellness, operational excellence, and unity. If you are interested in building community, together, we encourage you to apply!

If you have questions about the position, Florida State University, or our team, please feel free to reach out to Freddy Juarez, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at FSU, at fjuarez@fsu.edu.
Link: http://fsl.fsu.edu/job-opening
Coordinator - Interfraternity Council
Mississippi State University
Come join the MSU Family in Starkville!

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority
Life is responsible for advising the IFC Council and its member organizations. The coordinator is supervised by the Director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and collaborates with other staff to provide guidance and support for the four governing councils and 37 fraternity and sorority chapters at MSU.
Link: www.jobs.msstate.edu
FSL Graduate Assistant
Western Illinois University
Fraternity & Sorority Life in the Office of Student Engagement at Western Illinois University is looking for 1-2 graduate assistants for the upcoming academic year!

GAs must be enrolled in a graduate program at WIU. College Student Personnel focus is preferred but not required.

Visit this site to learn more about the role! https://www.wiu.edu/student_success/ose/about/CSP%20Fraternity%20Sorority%20Life%20Assistantship%20Description.pdf
Link: wiu.edu/fsl
Assistant Director of Health & Safety
Delta Sigma Phi
Job to be posted in December with an anticipated late spring start.
Link: None
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
Rutgers University
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Senior Student Programs Coordinator for the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Affairs. The Senior Program Coordinator for the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs is one of four full-time professionals working with the Rutgers University fraternity and sorority community. The Rutgers fraternity/sorority community serves as a vibrant home to over 3,000 students who are members of 25 Interfraternity Council, 22 Multicultural Greek Council, 8 National Pan-Hellenic Council, 10 Panhellenic Association, and 12 Professional Fraternity Council chapters. The Senior Student Programs Coordinator reports to the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs is part of the Division of Student Affairs.

Among the key duties of this position are the following:
Advises the Greek Programming Board, co-advising members of the Dance Marathon Central Planning Team, and advises chapters placed on special status related to Annual Report performance. In addition, duties will include coordination of several all-Greek events including the fall/spring awards programs, fall Philanthropy Week, spring Dance Marathon week and spring Senior Recognition week.
Administers the three fraternity/sorority honor societies, providing TIPS training and coordinating the annual Advisors Academy.
Collaborates with the rest of the staff to prepare for fall/spring semester, administer fall/spring recruitment, conducts orientation for newly elected community leaders, and actively participates in staff retreats & weekly meetings.
Works with national fraternity and sorority professional staff, volunteers and local alumni(ae) advisors.
Develops and maintains strong and effective working relationships with key university departments such as: Dean of Student Office, Student Centers & Activities, Student Conduct, Counseling and Psychological Services, Cultural Centers, and Recreation.

Application closes 12/11/23
Link: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/214591
Associate Director, Fraternity & Sorority Life
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
We’re looking for someone to join our team to support a dynamic student community dedicated to academic achievement, leadership development, civic engagement, community & belonging, and inclusive excellence for members of the Fraternity & Sorority community.

The Associate Director is a full-time professional staff member who will report to the Director and will help lead an advising team that provides support, guidance, and direction for the four governing councils (Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Association) and fraternity and sorority chapters. The Associate Director serves as a key member of the Fraternity and Sorority Life leadership team and will supervise two professional staff members as well as direct the risk education efforts for thr community.

The fraternity and sorority community at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln consists of 50+ organizations with a membership of more than 4,100 students, including 30 chapter housing facilities with more than 1,800 residents. Candidates must be able to interact well with a diverse staff and student population in a professional and productive manner.

Please contact Leigh Thiedeman, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, with any questions.
Link: https://employment.unl.edu/postings/88889
Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Life
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
We’re looking for someone to join our team to support a dynamic student community dedicated to academic achievement, leadership development, civic engagement, community & belonging, and inclusive excellence for members of the fraternity & sorority community at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Reporting to the Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Coordinator is a member of the Fraternity & Sorority Life team. The Coordinator is a full-time staff member and will operate with a collaborative team approach. The Coordinator will serve as a member of the advising team providing support, guidance, and direction for the four governing councils (Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Association) and fraternity and sorority chapters.

The fraternity and sorority community at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln consists of 50+ organizations with a membership of more than 4,100 students, including 30 chapter housing facilities with more than 1,800 residents. Candidates must be able to interact well with a diverse staff and student population in a professional and productive manner.

This position will:

Play a key leadership role in the development of building community and belonging that directly contributes to retention and academic success of students within the fraternity and sorority community.

Directly advising one or two of our governing councils through program development, assessment, comprehensive education and training programs, leadership development for community/chapter officers, and organizational development for chapters.

Provide key departmental leadership and support in the areas of DEI and communications/outreach.

Please reach out to Leigh Thiedeman, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, with any questions.
Link: https://employment.unl.edu/postings/88895
Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Brief Summary of Work
The Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life serves as part of a team supporting, advising and advocating for a community comprised of four governing councils, 30+ nationally affiliated chapters and colonies made up of approximately 1,500 total students (10% of undergraduates).

Reporting to the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, this position will advise at least one governing council, meet regularly with chapter and council Presidents, and coordinate educational and leadership programs for the community. This position will assist with the administration and strategic planning of the community.

The Associate Director will supervise two Coordinators of Fraternity and Sorority Life and will work towards creating a safer and stronger FSL student experience and a community with a commitment to excellence.  This position will be the first point of contact for daily FSL office operations and lead all Risk Management, Recruitment, and New Member education efforts.  

Detailed Job Description
Reporting to the Director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, the Associate Director will work on a team that works closely with faculty/staff, advisors of fraternities and sororities, and inter/national organizations for the betterment of the Fraternity and Sorority community. The Associate Director serves as the main contact for daily Fraternity and Sorority Life operations and is an integral member of the Campus Life Leadership Team.  

Minimum Education and Requirements
Master’s degree and 3 years of professional experience is required.

Preferred Education, Knowledge, Skills & Experience
Master’s degree and 3-5 years direct experience working with fraternities and sororities.

Salary: $63,000 and moving expenses
Assistant Dean of Students and Director - Fraternity & Sorority Life
University of Virginia
The Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) leads a team supporting the approximately 28% of undergraduate students who are members of one of the University’s 60 Greek-letter organizations. Reporting to the Senior Associate Dean of Students, the Assistant Dean of Students and Director sets and leads the mission, vision, and strategy for FSL, and provides leadership, training, assessment, and management of the unit. The Assistant Dean and Director will oversee program design, implementation, and support services for students and chapters that are part of four governing councils: the Inter-Fraternity, Inter-Sorority, National Pan-Hellenic, and Multicultural Greek Councils. Partnering with FSL staff, students, university offices, and external partners, the Assistant Dean and Director will focus on the areas of program/leadership development, student support, advising, member development, risk management, and responsible student self-governance. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to manage internal and external relations and lead the unit with a commitment to inclusion and belonging. This position is a full-time, twelve-month University Managerial and Professional Staff position with benefits.

Salary Range: $75,000 - $90,000
Link: https://jobs.virginia.edu/us/en/job/R0054703/Assistant-Dean-of-Students-and-Director-of-Fraternity-and-Sorority-Life
Assistant Director - Fraternity & Sorority Life
University of Virginia
The University of Virginia Division of Student Affairs is seeking applicants for two Assistant Directors with Fraternity & Sorority Life.

The Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) serves as part of the team supporting the approximately 28% of undergraduate students who are members of one of the University’s 60 Greek-letter organizations. The Assistant Director will support students and chapters that are part of the four councils: the Inter-Fraternity, Inter-Sorority, National Pan-Hellenic, and Multicultural Greek Councils. The Assistant Director will work directly with FSL staff, students, and partners with a primary focus in the following areas: program/leadership development, student support, advising, recruitment, and unit leadership. This position is a full-time, twelve-month University Managerial and Professional Staff position with benefits.

One position will serve as the primary advisor to the Interfraternity Council (IFC). Attend regular IFC meetings and mentor the President and Executive Officers as they further the goals and mission of their council and the FSL Office.

One position will serve as the primary advisor to the Inter-Sorority Council (ISC, Panhellenic). Attend regular ISC meetings and mentor the President and Executive Officers as they further the goals and mission of their council and the FSL Office.

Each position may also have an advising role with the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NHPC) or Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) to include support for organizations regarding membership intake, hazing prevention, and programming.
Link: https://jobs.virginia.edu/us/en/job/R0052293/Assistant-Director-Fraternity-Sorority-Life
Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Coastal Carolina University
The Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life is responsible for managing the University’s Fraternity and Sorority Life Programs; developing, implementing and coordinating student leadership development programs for fraternity/sorority students; coordinating educational programs and events to address topics of risk management as related to students in fraternities and sororities.
Link: https://jobs.coastal.edu/postings/21697
Sorority and Fraternity Life Summer Intern
University of Florida
The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life at the University of Florida is excited to welcome a summer intern to the team for Summer of 2024. This position is open to first- or second-year graduate students pursuing a career in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Application will be live in early Spring 2024.

Position Description -

- Assist with office presentations and tabling during University’s Preview sessions

- Assist in advising and supporting a team of 20+ Florida Greek Ambassadors

- Provide support in planning the recruitment processes for the Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils

- Assist in the creation and implementation of programming initiatives including training, leadership classes, and other educational activities for sororities and fraternities as well as their leadership councils

- Develop curriculum for fall leadership programs hosted by the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (Member Development Series, Florida Greek Ambassadors, SFL Cares, Officer Transitions)
Link: None
Assistant Director for FSL (anticipated opening)
Temple University
Happy to chat*

Oversee operations of fraternity and sorority life and service and leadership programming
Supervise the 2 program coordinator one for fsl and 1 for leadership and service

Link: None
Assistant Director for FSL (Anticipated Opening)
Georgia Southern University
Oversee fraternity and sorority community on the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern.
Link: None
Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Fraternity & Sorority Life
College of Charleston
This position will advise a council and work with our Leadership programs. See check the link for the full job description!
Link: https://jobs.cofc.edu/postings/14719
Open Rank (Assistant, Associate, Full) Professor in Higher Education
William & Mary
The William & Mary School of Education invites applications for a nine-month, open rank, tenure eligible, position in Higher Education, which will begin in August 2024. We seek an energetic, committed colleague who will help contribute to and expand a culture of scholarship at the school of education through rigorous qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed-methods research. We are especially interested in recruiting individuals who employ methods that honor and are attuned to populations that have been traditionally marginalized in education. We are searching for a colleague with deep and broad knowledge of research design, critical theoretical perspectives, methods and analysis in education, and the application of these methods in educational policy, planning, and leadership.

The Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (EPPL) Department includes master’s (M.Ed.) and doctoral (Ed.D. and Ph.D.) programs in Higher Education and K-12 Educational Leadership. The focus of this position is to support and contribute to the programs in Higher Education. We offer a variety of course delivery modes. The M.Ed. in Higher Education is offered primarily on-campus. The Ed.D. is cohort-based and offered in an executive format that includes blended and online course delivery, while the Ph.D. is offered primarily in a face-to-face, on-campus format.

Contact Search Chair Jim Barber (jpbarber@wm.edu) for more information.
Link: https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/57055
Collegiate Services Specialist
Alpha Delta Pi
This full-time position partners with a district volunteer team to support assigned collegiate chapters; contributes meaningful perspectives to collegiate chapter operations to enhance the membership experience; partners with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; and collaborates with other Collegiate Services Specialists and all Executive Office staff members to ensure consistency across districts and a shared vision for the overall membership experience.
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=fae4e45a-5be5-4751-9ef5-542b95c17c01&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=490635&lang=en_US
Interfraternity Council Advisor - Auburn University (Anticipated Opening in 2024)
Auburn University
Anticipated opening date in February.
Link: None
Coordinator in Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development
University of Southern California
Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development at the University of Southern California is seeking applicants for our Coordinator position. The successful candidate will advise Panhellenic and the Asian Greek Council, as well ad a portfolio of chapters across all five councils.
Link: https://usc.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/ExternalUSCCareers/job/Los-Angeles-CA---University-Park-Campus/Coordinator--Director-of-Fraternity---Sorority-Leadership-Development_REQ20124852
Assistant Director of Belonging Efforts
Delta Gamma Fraternity Executive Offices
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=096b7664-583e-4d80-8468-d1bbd4374ad2&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=897439&lang=en_US
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=096b7664-583e-4d80-8468-d1bbd4374ad2&ccId=19000101_000001&type=JS&lang=en_US
FSL Coordinator
University of Wyoming - Involvement Center
Primary advisor to IFC and CPC and coach to chapters in the community. Supervise one graduate student with further potential growth opportunities. Strong administrative support and autonomy to implement new ideas and approaches as well.
Link: https://eeik.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/job/233918
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