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Coordinator, Greek Life (Anticipated Posting March 2024)
University of Rhode Island
Calling all graduate students finishing in May!!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.

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.

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.

Salary offer $60,000. Our team is at NGLA to meet!
Success Coach and Student Engagement Coordinator
Long Island University-Brooklyn
The Success Coach will be a student’s point of contact for everything at the University—from academic advisement to getting involved on campus to financial aid counseling to career development—helping the student to chart and navigate an individual path as part of the LIU family. A coach will work with a student one-on-one to create a success plan tailored to their needs, goals and interests, helping students to choose courses; select a major; find scholarships, internships and study abroad opportunities and launch their careers. Success Coaches will keep students on track toward graduation and enable them to make a seamless transition from college student to successful professional. Serve as primary advisor and success coach for working cohort of students; Prepare students for their transition to the college, and integrate new students into the intellectual, cultural, and social life of the University;

Plan and execute campus programming, including campus activities, student success, and life planning seminars, to enhance student life, enjoyment, and effectiveness; Manage registered Student Organizations, including the 9 Greek organizations on campus (NPC & NPHC)
Create a welcoming environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors at LIU Promise and its additional spaces by advising them of campus resources;
Membership Engagement Coordinator
Order of Omega International Headquarters
Arlington, TX (location-based position)
$45-50k (annually), plus limited benefits/retirement

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 position will also coordinate all online merchandise & regalia orders and fulfillment.

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.

TO APPLY: Please email a cover/interest letter, resume, and three professional references to Mike Taddesse, Director of Chapter Services at
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life: Health, Safety, and 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. 
Senior Assistant Director, 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.

- 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.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life (Anticipated Posting March 2024)
SUNY Stony Brook University
Brief Description of Duties:

As an integral part of the Division of Student Affairs, Student Life, and the Fraternity and Sorority Life team, the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life serves a vital role in the creation and maintenance of a vibrant campus life and promotion of the fraternity and sorority life experience. Reporting to the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Assistant Director serves as a leader in the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life supporting the vision for all aspects of fraternity and sorority life at Stony Brook University through fraternity, sorority, and council advising, organization risk management, leadership development, and supporting student staff supervision. The Assistant Director supports all functions of the department as needed including supporting the development of programs and initiatives, working with various internal and external constituents to enhance the quality of the fraternity and sorority experience, supporting a caseload of organizations through program advising and organization support. A successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills to be able to identify, assess, and mediate conflict, problem solve, and propose appropriate solutions.

The Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life works in conjunction with the Director to administer and manage the Fraternity and Sorority system’s 30+ chapters and councils, as well as honor societies.

Salary: Commensurate with experience within the range of $65,000-$70,000 plus $3,087 location pay.
Director of Student Life
Westminster College
The Director of Student Life (DSL) serves as the primary and leading voice in matters pertaining to student life. The DSL plays a critical role in the creation of vibrant opportunities for involvement, engagement, and leadership that provide pathways for a transformational and inclusive experience for all students. The DSL is charged with creating and sustaining a community of active and engaged student leaders and organizations, managing and supporting fraternity and sorority life and supervising Student Affairs student workers. Additionally, the DSL manages the campus center event and student life spaces and directly advises and supports the efforts of the Campus Programming Council.

The DSL jointly supervises one Area Coordinator (AC) with the Director of Residence Life (DRL), with the AC supporting work within student life and residence life equally. The DSL and AC will work together to support student leaders and organizations.

The Director of Student Life reports directly to the Associate Dean of Students for Student Experience and is a 12-month, full-time position. Due to the nature of activities and programming, evening and weekend work is frequently involved. As a member of Student Affairs, the DSL works collaboratively with campus partners to support student recruitment and retention, student wellness and achievement, and effective utilization of campus resources and
Area Coordinator for Student Life
Westminster College
Position Summary
The Area Coordinator for Student Life (ACSL) serves a dual role as the designated leader of a set group of residence
halls and as a primary staff member is Student Life working with the Greek community and student organizations.
The ACSL is charged with creating a vibrant, inclusive and welcoming community within their designated residence
hall areas and the campus community.
Within Residence Life, the ACSL will supervise 1-2 Head Resident Assistants and 8-15 Resident Assistants,
manage and direct all community building activities, serve as a resource and adviser for residents and oversee all
processes for their designated area, including, but not limited to, opening and closing of residence halls, health and safety inspections and room changes. The ACSL will be assigned oversight of the sorority-themed residence hall.

Within Student Life, the ACSL, will work in partnership with the Director of Student Life (DSL), to determine direct or shared responsibility within the following areas: student organization advising and management, Greek Life, Campus Programming Council and campus center management. The AC is a pivotal role in aiding students to lead lives of meaning, integrity, leadership, service and citizenship.

The AC works collaboratively with campus partners to support student recruitment and retention, student wellness and achievement, and effective utilization of campus resources and facilities. The AC reports directly to the Director of Residence Life (DRL) and Director of Student Life (DSL).
Associate Director of Leadership and Engagement
Susquehanna University
The Associate Director for Leadership & Engagement will report directly to the Director of Leadership & Engagement and serve as a key staff member in support of the enhancement of co-curricular engagement through programming that supports the student transition process. The Associate Director has the primary responsibility of implementing and executing all new student transition and orientation programming while supporting welcome week activities and educational programming to supplement the first-year seminar curriculum. The associate director also provides visionary leadership and direction for co-curricular student leadership development programming. This position is defined as an exempt position under FSLA regulations.
Specific ResponsibilitiesSome of the primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Plan, execute and evaluate New Student Transitions/First-Year Experience, including the planning, logistics, and facilitation of new student and family summer onboarding, pre-orientation programs, the August orientation program, welcome week, first year essentials, and January orientation.
Oversee the recruitment, selection, and training of 50+ student orientation leaders, 1-2 student orientation coordinators, and one new student transition intern.
Provide direct supervision for 1-3 student orientation coordinators and one new student transition intern.
Coordinate, market, and track co-curricular educational programming during the first six weeks of classes that supplements the curricular first year seminar program.
Foster successful partnerships with faculty and staff in the design and delivery of high-impact new student transition initiatives, including supporting the first year seminar curriculum.
Manage new student recruitment and marketing materials and collaborate to build the River Hawk Portal checklist and communications calendar with key campus partners such as Enrollment Management, Marketing & Communications, and Residence Life.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevens Institute of Technology is currently searching for a dynamic Student Affairs professional to join the Office of Undergraduate Student Life as the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The Assistant Director promotes student success by providing overall leadership, advisement, training, and support to the recognized social fraternity and sorority community at Stevens.

Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Undergraduate Student Life, the Assistant Director promotes and supports active, healthy, learning environments and activities while positively impacting retention and student success within our highly celebrated Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) program consisting of 22 chapters, 3 governing bodies (IFC, SPC, and MGC), and affiliated honor societies (Order of Omega). The Assistant Director has budgetary, compliance, student leadership development, and event and facilities management responsibilities.
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