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Fraternity Live-In Graduate Assistant
University of South Dakota Advisory & Educational Position • Responsibilities include general operations of the chapter. • Serves as a University and chapter liaison and provides a mature influence on the chapter membership. • Greek GA Program is under the oversight of the Greek Life Advisor. • GA will live in one of seven off-campus fraternities. Chapters range in size from 30 to 90 members. Appointment • Begins mid-August and continues through May and is a year-to-year contract. • Appointees are expected to be a full-time student and remain in good academic standing. • Twenty hours per week of work is expected. • Abide by and comply with chapter house policies, University policies, and all local/state/federal laws. Duties • Attend meetings with Greek Life Advisor as well as regular staff meetings with GA staff. • Supervise the coordination of scholastic, community service, leadership, and alcohol and drug awareness programs. Advise the chapter in the development and implementation of programs corresponding to the Greek Life Office's project areas. • Perform administrative tasks and procedures. • Assist the chapter executive officers in educating the membership on the implementation of the Student Code of Conduct and risk reduction rules and bylaws. • Respond to emergency and crisis situations as they arise. • Assist with and advise Greek Life committees, (Risk Reducation,IFC, PHC, Marketing, etc.) projects, and programs as determined by the Greek Life Advisor. • Hold office hours each week in the Student Activities/Greek Life Office assisting with committee work/projects. • Meet with chapter leadership and Inter/National Headquarters staff (or national volunteer officers) when appropriate. • Meet with chapter president and Greek Advisor each semester to determine individual goals and projects for the semester.
FSL Graduate Assistantship
Southeastern Louisiana University Graduate assistantship that will focus heavily on programmatic support of councils and coaching several chapter presidents. Job description can be sent upon request. Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Southeastern Louisiana University.
Summer FSL Graduate Assistantship
Georgia Institute of Technology We have a live-in full time summer internship opportunity. This role assists in marketing and program development, conducting orientation sessions, recruitment preparation, and exposure to a larger student life operation. Open to connecting at AFA to discuss more about this opportunity.
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Union College Provides direction and visionary leadership for Greek Life at Union College, including creating an environment where members of the Greek community can be challenged and supported in their efforts and experiences. Serves as a key member of the Campus & Community Living & Learning leadership team in the delivery of Union’s residential curriculum, known as the U Journey.
See job description for more information.
Associate Director of Living and Learning for Fraternity and Sorority Life
North Carolina State University The Associate Director of Living and Learning along with House Directors and Chapter Resident Directors are dedicated to the resident experience in the Greek Village. The Greek Village Housing team works with chapter leaders, House Corporations, and Alumni to operate, maintain, and enhance the Greek Village. ent and new tenants. More details can be found on the NCSU job site.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
North Carolina State University One of two Assistant Directors that will lead council and community initiatives, this AD will have responsibility for IFC, Multicultural Greek Council, DEI initiatives and emerging leader education. More details are found in the linked job description.
Fraternity and Sorority Life Coordinator Sr.
Northern Arizona University This position will support the Office of Leadership & Engagement by leading efforts to engage multicultural students and advise the United Greek Council. The United Greek Council serves as the governing body for all fraternities and sororities that identify as multicultural and/or have organizing principles that celebrate historically underrepresented students.
The position provides support for and oversight of Northern Arizona University fraternity and sorority organizations with a special emphasis on academic achievement, diversity, social responsibility, and values-based leadership, which contributes to the development, enrichment, and assessment of the University’s fraternity and sorority life community.
Texas Tech University Advisement of the College Panhellenic Council leadership and chapter leadership in the Fraternity & Sorority Life Office.
Supervision of graduate and/or student assistant staff supporting the functions of Fraternity & Sorority Life.
Responsible for Leadership Development, including planning, and implementation for the entire Fraternity & Sorority Life community. -Examples include the annual Leadership Summit, emerging leaders program, and other special events.
More information can be found in the linked application.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life (Anticipated Posting - Mid December)
The University of Vermont The Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life is an integral member of the Department for Student Life. This position provides leadership for the fraternity and sorority experience and community at UVM that includes 8 national fraternities and 6 national sororities. This position functionally supervises a Coordinator and a Graduate Assistant who advises our Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council.
This position will develop and administer short-term and long-range plans, goals and objectives in collaboration with students, staff, alumni and Inter/National headquarter representatives. They are responsible for all facets of the UVM fraternity and sorority community with regard to chapter development, leadership development recruitment, risk prevention and response, and community relations. Maintain current knowledge of applicable liability and case law and Inter/National fraternity and sorority policies. Work collaboratively across departments to ensure consistent behavioral and organizational standards within the fraternity and sorority community.
Our Purpose: The Department of Student Life’s purpose is to foster an inclusive culture of student leadership development, community involvement, and programming in order to develop a socially just community of lifelong learners.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville This position will serve as the primary advisor for IFC, assist with the recruitment and selection process of council officers, and coordinate chapter membership recruitment and intake process. Additionally, the IFC Coordinator empowers student leaders and advocate for students and attends organization meetings, council meetings, and programs on campus to strengthen connection with students. This position will meet individually and in groups with council and chapter leadership, and maintain strong working/collaborative relationships with chapter advisors, (inter)national headquarters, and supporters
Coordinator, Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of Iowa Come to Iowa and assist the Fraternity and Sorority Life staff in providing administrative oversight to the University of Iowa Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) Community, consisting of over 40 chapters and over 2,400 students. Assist the FSL staff in advancing and assessing the FSL Strategic Plan and FSL Alcohol Harm Reduction initiatives. Provide advice, direction, resources, education, and fiduciary oversight to one or more of the four governing councils, as well as other FSL Programs and events. Will support individual chapters and colonies/interest groups by providing advice, direction, resources, and education. Specifically looking for individuals with Panhellenic, MGC, and NPHC experience and/or affiliation.
Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) Specialist
Northeastern University Boston is an incredible city to live and work! Come enjoy all four seasons of New England, experience fantastic sports teams, explore the city life, all while working with one of the largest and vibrant FSL communities in New England!
The Fraternity and Sorority Life Specialist (FSL Specialist) is one of three full-time staff in the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) that supports four governing councils (IFC, MGC, NPHC, PC) that guide 35+ chapters and approximately 2,700 affiliated students.
Alongside the Associate Director & Assistant Director of FSL, this position:
-Serves as a primary council advisor to 1-2 of the governing councils and Order of Omega. -Serves as a Chapter Coach for a subset of 12 fraternities & sororities across all four council and will advise organizations in event planning, philanthropic efforts, and community service initiatives. -Leads all signature FSL events such as FSL Awards, Take it to the Floor, Greek Sing, Stepfest, and Greek Week. -Oversees the roster management system, forms, and generates term scholarship reports. -Supervises, trains, and evaluates a semesterly co-op (cooperative education) student.
CSI includes 16 full-time staff members that provide a maximized co-curricular experience across Northeastern’s global network. This role will gain experience in supporting major campus events, circular and identity-based leadership programs, student org. advising, and more! Plenty of room to move up!
Starting salary is $56,700 annually. Dedicated annual professional development funding. Happy to connect with interested candidates at AFAAM!
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Georgia Institute of Technology The Assistant Director will be responsible for: -advising one of the fraternity/sorority governing councils -serve as the liaison to 39 house corporations that operate privately owned fraternity and sorority houses - create 1 or 2 phases of the comprehensive Greek Advance program (leadership development) -oversee all department marketing and website -serve in absence of director -serve on campus wide committees (sexual assault awareness, AOD, hazing prevention) -other duties as assigned -masters and 2-3 professional years required -starting salary $60,000 plus benefits
Happy to meet at AFA to discuss opportunity
Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life
Kent State University Manage and coordinate fraternity and sorority programs. Develop leadership and educational programs and workshops to aid in improving chapter operations. Develop assessment and evaluation tools for the community. Assist with developing assessment and evaluation tools, and with strategic planning. Assist with departmental student activities and services. Reports to Associate Director, Center for Student Involvement.
Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life
Kent State University Coordinate and assist with assigned fraternity and sorority programs and services; provide project support of tasks that involve the development of leadership and educational programs and workshops that aid in the improvement of chapter operations, serve as a liaison for specific fraternity and sorority chapters, assist with specific risk management education, and assist with student interns’ training and development. Reports to Assistant Director, Center for Student Involvement-Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Program Coordinator in Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of Virginia Program Coordinator positions are restricted positions with a three-year term with the option for renewal and the anticipated start date for this position is January/February 2023. The Program Coordinator 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 Program Coordinator 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 Program Coordinator (PC) will work directly with students and collaborate with other departments with a primary focus in five areas: programmatic support, student support, advising, recruitment and leadership development.
To view the full job description, please view the link attached.
FSL Graduate Assistant
University of Alabama at Birmingham Position Summary: The Graduate Assistant for Fraternity & Sorority Life is a graduate staff member in the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership reporting to the Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life. This position is charged with advising and supporting the affiliated students and recognized social fraternities and sororities on campus, but will work primarily with one governing council and honor society (Order of Omega). They will assist the Assistant Director and Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life with the implementation and assessment of Fraternity & Sorority Life resources within the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership.
Primary Job Responsibilities Include: * Co-advise and support one of four governing councils and the honor society, Order of Omega. Assess the developmental needs of the student leaders within their assigned governing council to include the council leadership and chapter presidents. * Facilitate educational workshops for council officers, chapter leadership, and chapter membership addressing relevant student and community issues. * Support efforts of best practice for increasing student success indicators; aiding in the management, compilation, and distribution of statistical information and database reports. * Contribute actively to the development of a culture of evidence within the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership by participating in AER training and translating that training into practice through the evaluation of programs and services. * Oversee programming and assessment efforts of community events including DEIA training, Hazing Prevention Week, and others. * Provide administrative support and oversight for the implementation of the community-wide new member education program.
Tuition assistance provided if enrolled in UAB’s Higher Education Administration master’s program.
Program Coordinator for SFL (2 positions available)
Illinois State University The Sorority & Fraternity Life Coordinator serves as a member of the advising team for the sorority and fraternity community, which currently consists of 42 chapters divided among the Interfraternity Council, College Panhellenic Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and United Greek Council. The Coordinator provides direct support and advisement for the councils, which includes developing and coordinating programs and services for chapters and members, with emphasis on recruitment and intake, housing, risk reduction, diversity and inclusion, and leadership and organizational development. The Coordinator provides support to culturally based chapters in their membership intake and helps manage the formal recruitment process for College Panhellenic Council or expansion of the Interfraternity Council including planning, implementation, and assessment. The Coordinator has a portfolio of chapters to support individually through the Chapter Coaching model. The Coordinator will demonstrate an openness to connect with students and campus/community partners to support a diverse, equitable, and inclusive sorority and fraternity community.
Director of Chapter Services
Alpha Sigma Tau Our Director of Chapter Services is responsible for the strategic oversight and operational management of the collegiate chapter experience to help our members, officers, and volunteers thrive. This role ensures our chapters build and maintain strong, healthy, and safe cultures rooted in care and accountability.
Director of Advisor Development
Alpha Sigma Tau Our Director of Advisor Development is responsible for the strategic oversight and operational management of AΣΤ’s Chapter Advisory Board member selection, onboarding, development, and accountability. Through this work, this role will ensure our volunteers working with our chapters are prepared, supported, and empowered to help our collegiate chapters thrive.
Assistant/ Associate Director of Fraternity/ Sorority Life
Hanover College The purpose of the position is to provide increased leadership responsibilities and ensure the success of all Greek Chapters at Hanover College. This position will be an advocate for Greek Life at Hanover College.
1. This position is a part of the Student Life Office and will support the long-term and short-term goals of the office. They will have a broad scope of knowledge of the operations of Student Life and the guiding principles of the department
2. This position will supervise up to 4 student staff members, Greek Residence Managers and will collaborate with Residence Life Staff on selection and training of Greek Residence Managers
3. This is a live on position and this position will serve in the Student Life administrator on call rotation
4. Assume responsibility for the facilities/residential oversight of 4-chapter facilities. a. Building opening and closing management b. Health & Safety Checks c. Roster Management d. Maintenance Work Orders and Communication e. Contract Management f. Policy enforcement
5. Advise corresponding governing council (recruitment, programming, leadership development, budget). This will be in coordination with the Officers of the NPC/ IFC Council leadership. Coordinate efforts with the Greek Community to foster leadership development and individual student development.
6. Work with alumni leaders, chapter advisors, and house corporations to support the chapter operations, goals, and traditions of the individual chapters. Communicate with (Inter)National Headquarters staff as needed to collaborate and continue partnerships
7. Demonstrated skills in: o Greek Life o Programming o Assessment and Evaluation o Conflict management o Crisis management o Risk management o Advising o Helping Skills (low level) o Enhanced Diversity Training o Leadership development o Administrative management
A qualified candidate must have a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of fraternity/sorority life and recruitment experience.
Summer 2023 Graduate Internship - Beta Theta Pi and Miami University
Beta Theta Pi & Miami University Division of Student Life The Beta Theta Pi Administrative Office and Miami University are excited to offer a joint graduate student internship from June to August 2023. This position will provide the opportunity to gain experience in both an international fraternal headquarters and a campus-based FSL office setting. Compensation is based on a 10 week internship and includes housing and a financial stipend.
For a copy of the position description, please email either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Student Involvement and Leadership
University of North Carolina Wilmington As a member of the departmental leadership team, the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership (SIL) oversees all aspects of the SIL unit’s programs and services, including:
SGA Advising (Executive Board). Campus-wide Programs. Leadership Development Programs. Student Success and Retention Efforts. Program Assessment.
Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Bowling Green State University The Coordinator is responsible for advising the select councils as well as the chapters that make up those councils. The coordinator also develops and executes leadership and educational programs for undergraduate members of fraternities and sororities. This position interfaces with advisors and (inter)national headquarters staff members and assists with major events coordinated by Student Engagement. The Coordinator must promote a culture of care and inclusivity in support of a vibrant campus community.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life -Mid January Posting
University of North Carolina Wilmington The Assistant 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 of (10% of undergraduates). Reporting to the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, this position will advise at least one governing council, meets 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 Assistant Director supervises the Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life and will work towards creating a safer and stronger experience with a commitment to excellence.
Advising – 40% • Advising one or more student governing councils (Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Council, United Greek Council) • Serves as chapter coach for a cluster of chapters across all four councils by meeting with the President on a bi-weekly or monthly basis • Implement disciplinary accountability measures in conjunction with the Office of the Dean of Students
Programming – 30% • Develops, assesses, and reviews the planning and facilitation of educational programs, workshops, and retreats related to new member education, member and leadership development, academic support, health and wellness, community engagement and philanthropy, and crisis management
Administrative – 20% • Hires, trains, supervises, supports, and evaluates the Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life • Assist with the maintenance of membership and other chapter records to generate membership, academic, and annual reports • Serve as the primary contact on conduct outcome with the ODOS Dean who oversees the conduct process
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Northeastern University Boston is an incredible city to live and work! Come enjoy all four seasons of New England, experience fantastic sports teams, explore the city life, all while working with one of the largest and vibrant FSL communities in New England!
The Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life is one of three full-time staff in the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) that supports four governing councils (IFC, MGC, NPHC, PC) that guide 35+ chapters and approximately 2,700 affiliated students.
Alongside the Associate Director and Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) Specialist, this position:
-Leads the design, execution, and assessment of all educational curriculum and offerings for all levels of membership -Supervises, trains, and evaluates the FSL Specialist, practicum or graduate internship student, and student employees -Serves as a primary council advisor to 1-2 of the governing councils, and chapter Coach 12 groups across all four councils. -Curates a marketing strategy, content, newsletters, and infographics to highlight the successes of the FSL community.
CSI includes 16 full-time staff members that provide a maximized co-curricular experience across Northeastern’s global network. This role is intended for candidates with 1-2 years of full-time experience, post-Master’s degree, and has demonstrated experience with curriculum design and assessment.
Starting salary is $62,000 annually, plus benefits and dedicated annual professional development funding. Happy to connect with interested candidates at AFAAM!
2023 Summer Graduate Intern for the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of North Carolina at 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 new member curriculum alongside the Assistant Director, implement various educational resources and opportunities for the Greek community, participate 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 fifth professional staff member in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and will be treated as a professional throughout their internship at UNC Charlotte.
This is a paid position and housing will be provided.
The job will be posted on December 7, 2022 on UNC Charlotte’s hiring page and applications are due on February 7, 2023. Please send all questions to Kirby Fitzpatrick, Assistant Director, at email@example.com.
Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Life
Longwood University Job Description:
Longwood University invites qualified applicants to apply for the position of Coordinator, Fraternity and Sorority Life Programs. The successful candidate will perform a variety of functions and work collaboratively with others to assist with Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
Supervise one of the governing councils (Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, or National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) Advise council-specific chapter presidents Participate in Presidents Roundtable, Tri-Council, and Advisor meetings Supervise three student Interns in Marketing, Assessment, and Peer Education Provide programming support to Greek Leadership Summit, Greek Awards, and Pillars of Excellence Track and record organization roster updates Compile organization grade reports Additional responsibilities as assigned
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in student personnel administration, higher education administration or similar program preferred Prefer experience in Fraternity and Sorority Life with demonstrated success advising IFC, Panhellenic and/or NPHC councils and groups. Graduate Assistantships will be viewed as qualifying experience Prefer some combination of experience in organization advisement and program planning, being a team player, and a personal commitment to working with and supporting diverse student groups and individuals
This is a part-time, non-exempt, temporary wage position limited to an average of 29 hours per week and 1500 hours maximum per work year. Pay band 3. Commonwealth of Virginia benefits do not accompany this position.
Live-In Graduate Advisor at Oklahoma
Triangle Fraternity - Oklahoma Chapter Live-in Graduate Advisor for Triangle Chapter at University of Oklahoma. Private room/bath provided with food allowance. Would prefer former HQ staff or former chapter recruitment chair. Would take lead with Triangle HQ and local alumni to grow and improve undergraduate chapter. More information and online form at link below. Position open as of July 2023.
Senior Assistant Director of Diversity Initiatives
University of North Carolina Wilmington Brief Summary of Work for this Position
The primary purpose of the Senior Assistant Director of Admissions Diversity Initiatives is to recruit highly qualified and diverse high school and transfer students, evaluate applications for admission, meet with students, parents, and community college advisors and represent UNCW in the community. This position will leverage the skill, expertise, and space of UNCW’s cultural centers, existing diverse student body, other campus units, and community organizations to strengthen recruitment efforts, cultivate a sense of belonging for prospective during the recruitment process, and bridge recruitment and retention efforts for underrepresented students.
Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life
University of Dayton See posting for full details!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on Whova for salary info.
The Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life is an integral part of the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) staff, with specific responsibilities advising and coordinating leadership and character advancement for the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), women’s College Panhellenic Council (CPC), and the Interfraternity Council (IFC).
The Assistant Director will maintain a portfolio of chapters to advise from across all councils.
The Assistant Director is one of the primary advisers to the student leaders within the member organizations while supervising a graduate assistant who also works with all four councils.
The Assistant Director also advises the values-based Fraternity and Sorority honor society Gamma Sigma Alpha.
Other responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: programming, DEI efforts, strategic planning initiatives, developing leadership experiences, connecting to diverse students, curriculum design, and much much more.
Master’s Degree in College Student Personnel, Higher Education, Counseling, or closely related field.
At least one year demonstrated experience advising fraternities and sororities or the equivalent through graduate education, including internships and assistantships. Experience working with culturally diverse student organizations.
Demonstrated excellence in written communication skills.
Must be willing to work on a flexible basis when activities fall outside of normal working hours (evenings and weekend work required).
Coordinator for Greek Housing
University of Georgia The Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day administration, supervision, and management of the Greek Park and serves as the contact person for all Greek Park related issues. The Coordinator is responsible for coordinating facility management services for the Greek Park as well as coordination of educational programs and processes related to fire and life safety for all on-campus fraternities and sororities. The Coordinator will visit/be on-site in the Greek Park facilities on a regular basis and be able to respond to after-hours issues in a reasonable amount of time. This position also involves weekend and evening work and reports to the Director for Greek Life.
Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity A job summary is listed below. To view the full job description, visit: https://phisig.wpenginepowered.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/GS_Final.pdf
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.
Assistant Director of FSL (anticipated opening 2023)
Texas Christian University Dynamic position with oversight for our FSL community initiatives, supervision for the Panhellenic council and the GA assigned to that council, direct supervision of 1 professional staff member coordinator and up to 2 graduate assistants. Oversees selection, training, and on-going efforts related to the FSL Resident Assistant program. Serves as part of the University’s crisis response/on-call rotation. TCU is an AA/EEO employer and recruits, hires, and promotes qualified persons in all job classifications without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, covered veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.
Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Florida State University This is an anticipated posting to come available early spring for two (2) positions. We are happy to meet on-site while at AFA to discuss the position with those interested. Please direct any questions about the position to Freddy Juarez at his email below or any of our team members.
As Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life, this position serves as a staff member for Fraternity and Sorority Life within the Division of Student Affairs. The Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life provides support to Fraternity and Sorority Life programs and councils. The councils include the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Association, and Order of Omega. This position is responsible for supporting student development, student engagement, and leadership education initiatives.
The Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life will work on 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.
Coordinator- Fraternity and Sorority Life
California State University, Long Beach Monitor, advise, and develop student organizations:
Advise assigned student organizations about program planning, budgeting, recruitment, membership, goal setting, interpretation and enforcement of relevant University policies and procedures, and program implementation and evaluation.
Analyze on campus student programs for risk management issues. Maintain regular communication with student members, student leaders, advisors, and administrators.
Use counseling skills to provide conflict mediation regarding sensitive issues for student organization members, among student leaders and faculty advisors, or administrators over sensitive issues. Design and implement educational leadership programs to enhance the student learning experience
Associate Director Fraternity Sorority Life
American University The Associate Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life, will serve as the primary contact for Fraternity & Sorority Life and oversee Fraternity and Sorority Life community development, risk management and graduate/alumni engagement. This includes hazing prevention, new member education, alcohol awareness and retention initiatives. This position will advise at least one council and manage the Coordinator and FSL Graduate Assistant. The Associate Director will work with the CSI Director on the overall administration and operation of Fraternity and Sorority Life. This includes writing, implementing, and revising policies and procedures related to FSL in addition to the accounting and financial management of the FSL budget. This position will serve on University-wide committees and assist with CSI large scale events and leadership trainings.
Director of Greek Life
Samford University Samford University is a globally engaged teaching and research university rooted firmly in its vibrant Christian mission. Samford University is a leading nationally ranked Christian university.
Samford Greek Life Samford University is home to 14 active fraternities and sororities, two honor societies, and three governing councils: College Panhellenic, Interfraternity Council, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The fraternity and sorority community comprises almost 55% of the undergraduate student population, with approximately 2,000 members. Since 2015, the Greek community has seen a 30% increase in membership. The Office of Greek Life invests time, energy and resources for the chapters, councils, and honor societies through leadership development, educational programming, event planning provision and guidance, risk management, along with financial assistance. The governing council’s role is to serve the council member organizations as well as promote cross-council collaboration and support. Samford fraternities and sororities strive to make a difference in the lives of their members through fraternal and faith-based connections.
The Director of Greek Life, reporting to the Vice President of Student Affairs, provides oversight, management and leadership for Samford University’s fraternity and sorority student community. This position selects, trains, and supervises two Assistant Directors of Greek Life and the three Greek councils at Samford. This position will work closely with departments in the division of Student Affairs, external Greek national organizations and other offices on campus.
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Programs
Tulane University The Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Programs facilitates, coordinates, and leads programs and services that support current and prospective fraternity and sorority chapter members for a thriving Greek community. This position develops and implements educational programming with a heavy emphasis on healthy relationships, leadership development, sexual violence prevention, alcohol education, and hazing prevention for undergraduate students.
The Assistant Director serves as a primary advisor for the chapter councils and direct support to individual chapters. This is a unique position that combines skill sets in fraternity/sorority advising and prevention/health programming and leadership development. This position requires considerable evening and weekend commitments.
Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Life
The University of Alabama Please see posting.
We will have several staff members at AFA. Feel free to reach out or find us—we’d all be happy to chat more about the position!
Coordinator, Student Conduct & Community Standards
University of Tennessee, Knoxville 2 Positions Open! One working primarily with Organizational Conduct and one with general conduct
- investigate and adjudicate student conduct violations, including student organization misconduct cases - serve as liaison between department and other campus & community partners - coordinate, develop, and present trainings to faculty, staff, & student members - supervise graduate assistant(s) and practicum students
Contracted Chapter Coach
Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity This position will work with our Alpha Beta Chapter at Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR. Please contact Amanda Horvat, Ph.D. at email@example.com or message me to chat further during the Annual Meeting.
Contract Terms: 10 months (August 1 – May 31) Hours: Approximately 10 hours/month in addition to training (in person and virtual) Compensation: $400/month paid monthly Variable Compensation: Paid annually at the end of June – must remain as independent contractor through May 31 to receive variable compensation. Minimum Qualifications: Undergraduate degree, Fraternity/Sorority Life experience preferred
Monthly Responsibilities: Regular (10 hours/month) • Weekly meeting with Chapter Noble Ruler (President) (Face to Face – in person/virtually): 3 hours/month • Monthly Chapter Executive Leadership Team Meeting (Face to Face – in person/virtually: 2 hours/month • Chapter Meeting (Face to Face – in person/virtually): 1 hour/month • Meeting with Home Office Staff: 1 hours/month (bi-weekly) • Weekly Administrative Reports (should take no longer than 15 minutes and be submitted by 9pm each Sunday): 1 hour/month • Attend event outside of chapter meeting (brotherhood, community service/philanthropy event, meal at chapter house, intramural event, etc.): 1 hour/month • Attend Monthly Roundtable hosted for all Contracted Chapter Coaches: 1 hour/month
Communications & Publications Coordinator
Delta Chi International Headquarters The Communications & Publications Coordinator is responsible for producing engaging and compelling written and visual content for marketing and communications purposes. Reporting to the Senior Director of Operations, this position will fuel a dynamic, energetic, and creative marketing and communications team that supports all areas of operations for Delta Chi’s International Headquarters. The selected individual should be a creative self-starter with a passion for excellence and strong attention to detail.
The Communications coordinator will be responsible for creating high-quality original content and managing the development and production of Delta Chi’s magazine, monthly electronic newsletter, news and press releases, the Delta Chi website, and other Delta Chi publications. To be successful, candidates should be an expert in creating and editing written content, proficient and passionate about graphic design and layout for publications, and have a well-rounded aptitude for standard marketing practices.
Salary: $39,000 - $42,000 per year
Full description available using the link.
Digital Communications Coordinator
Delta Chi International Headquarters The Digital Communications Coordinator is responsible for producing engaging and compelling written and visual content for marketing and communications purposes. Reporting to the Senior Director of Operations, this position will fuel a dynamic, energetic, and creative marketing and communications team that supports all areas of operations for Delta Chi’s International Headquarters. The selected individual should be a creative self-starter with a passion for excellence and strong attention to detail.
We are searching for an adaptable individual who can advance Delta Chi by building upon and strengthening the social media presence of the Fraternity, its chapters, and members. The Digital Communications Coordinator will be responsible for creating high-quality original content and managing full scope of all digital marketing campaigns through multiple media channels. Focus should also be given to driving engagement, engaging with members and stakeholders, interacting with Delta Chi’s community, upholding community standards, and having a customer service-approach across all platforms. To be successful, candidates should possess a wealth of pertinent marketing experience, be willing to develop new skills and capacities as market trends change, and have an innovative mind seeking to enhance and evolve processes. Creativity is extremely important and we’re looking for someone who will constantly challenge the status quo.
Salary: $39,000 - $42,000 per year
Associate Director of Sorority & Fraternity Life
University of Florida Provide administrative and advising support and serve as a resource person for social fraternities and sororities in areas including but not limited to student and institution-partnered governance, financial management, policy compliance, conduct/incident management, risk and crisis management, housing, community service, and social programming.
Supervise two professional staff members and create opportunities for continued professional development.
Assist with programs, services, and other assignments within the Sorority and Fraternity Life.
Read more on job posting: https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/524313
Feel free to find anyone on our team this week, we’d love to chat more with anyone about the role!
Assistant Dean, Fraternity & Sorority Commons
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute The Assistant Dean for the Fraternity & Sorority Commons will assist the Associate Dean for Fraternity & Sorority Commons (FSC) in creating and sustaining the vision for the fraternity and sorority community as an integral part of the Clustered Learning, Advocacy, and Support for Students (CLASS) framework. The Assistant Dean will have a shared responsibility in working with and supporting fraternity/sorority organizations in their living, meeting, and programming spaces. In addition, will support the Associate Dean in all health and safety initiatives for both on/off campus properties. The Assistant Dean will work with community partners on diversity, equity and inclusion education, large scale community philanthropic initiatives, and work to support various programming and educational workshops. The Assistant Dean will also work to develop and implement effective public relations and marketing strategies to support community/council awareness. The Assistant Dean will support student staff, and provide advisement for up to two councils, and share coaching responsibilities for a grouping of designated organizations. The Assistant Dean will assist the Associate Dean in the creation of sustainable, inclusive, and developmentally rich programs, and aid in matters related to community risk and liability management. This is a live-in position with Rensselaer provided housing.
Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life
Indiana University Serves as the primary advisor to the Interfraternity Council (IFC). Assists chapters by providing support in the areas of risk reduction, leadership development, accountability, academic program support, community service and philanthropy events and programs, crisis management, documentation, and university policy interpretation.
Assists with the development and implementation of two signature OSFL leadership programs.
Boise State University We believe that Boise State University students have the potential to change the world. When students get involved on campus, they extend their learning beyond the classroom, make strong connections to the campus community, gain skills that employers are seeking, become more equity-minded, and develop the capacity to lead. We invite you to apply for the position of Fraternity and Sorority Life Coordinator in the Student Involvement and Leadership Center.
Job Summary: Responsible for advising, developing, implementing, and evaluating services and programs for fraternities and sororities at Boise State.
Essential Functions: The Fraternity and Sorority Life Coordinator is at the center of the action, advising and supporting our growing community of 24 fraternities and sororities in specific duties that include: Developing, implementing, and evaluating educational programming for the f/s community to promote leadership development, academic excellence, positive relationships, values congruence, and civic engagement. Advising and supporting the Interfraternity, Panhellenic, and Multicultural councils. Providing training and support for f/s chapters and alumni advisors. Designing and facilitating educational programs that address the member experience.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Strong alignment and experience around creating a sense of belonging among students. The ability to build rapport with a variety of students with different backgrounds, beliefs, and experiences.
An understanding of student development and creating an environment conducive to student success as it is described and written about in the current higher education literature. Ability to work within a fast-paced, team-oriented work environment. Effective communication skills. Creative thinking, flexibility, and a positive, patient, and welcoming demeanor.
Assistant Director, Greek Life
Auburn University • Oversees the housing and compliance area of Greek Life ensuring staff and facilities are in accordance with University and Greek Life standards and expectations. • Ensures that chapters receive regular training and review of their risk management protocols and policies. Develops and assesses processes and changes regarding risk management. • Serves as a liaison to Student Conduct regarding the adjudication of fraternities and sororities related to organizational misconduct. • Ensures records are received and kept in compliance with university policies, procedures, and all federal, local, and state laws. • Oversees administrative practices that service the Greek community, such as communication protocol, event registration details, data collection, roster management, and grade reporting. • Works directly with house corporations, campus, and city officials to ensure compliance with land-lease agreements, city, and university policies. • Develops regular educational opportunities to organizations’ students, alumni, and campus leadership regarding emergency situations, weather emergencies, house evacuations, and crisis management.
Student Life Specialist - Fraternity & Sorority Life/Leadership Development (ANTICIPATED Early 2023 Posting)
Grand Valley State University Grand Valley State University anticipates an opening for the role of Student Life Specialist - Fraternity & Sorority Life/Leadership Development in early 2023.
The Student Life Specialist supports the Office of Student Life in the advisement of at least one Fraternity & Sorority Life Council, the intentional coaching of FSL Chapters, and the leadership development of all students at GVSU.
The successful candidate will report to the Assistant Director of Student Life - Fraternity & Sorority Life and will co-develop leadership development curriculum and assist in the delivery of leadership development programs. This position is student-facing and the successful candidate will spend time coaching FSL students and students participating in Leadership Development programs.
Required Experience: At least one year of professional experience with social Greek-letter organizations. Two years of a graduate assistantship in a related functional area will count as one year of professional experience. Demonstrated commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. Preferred Experience: At least one year of post-graduate experience in a related functional area. Experience working with Culturally-Based Fraternal Organizations and councils.
Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Johns Hopkins University We are seeking an Associate Director of Leadership Engagement. This position is responsible for supporting the efforts of the Leadership Engagement and Experiential Development Office (LEED), primarily with undergraduate students engaging with fraternities and sororities. Fraternities and sororities at JHU are a thriving community with a total membership of approximately 1,200, or almost 30% of the total undergraduate population. The associate director of fraternity and sorority life reports to the sr. director of Leadership Engagement & Experiential Development, housed in the Dean of Student Life Office. As part of the staff of LEED, this individual will work collaboratively with other departmental staff, which includes another associate director, four assistant directors, three program specialists, two budget specialists, and an administrative supervisor. This position is responsible for advising and facilitating the fraternity and sorority community which includes seven National Interfraternity Council (NIC), five National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), ten organizations with the Intercultural Greek Council, and four independent organizations. The associate director supervises the program specialist of fraternity and sorority life, graduate and undergraduate student employees. The associate director also shares in advising all governing councils and committees associated with the community. Evening and weekend hours are to be expected, and the director must plan to live within 15 - 20 minutes driving distance of campus.
Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life
Johns Hopkins University We are seeking a Coordinator of Leadership Engagement & Experiential Development for Fraternity & Sorority Life who will be responsible for supporting the efforts of the Leadership Engagement and Experiential Development Office (LEED), primarily with undergraduate students engaging with fraternities and sororities. Fraternities and sororities at JHU are thriving community with total membership currently of approximately 1,200 students or almost 30% of the total undergraduate population. The coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life reports to the associate director of LEED for Fraternity and Sorority Life. As part of the staff of LEED, this individual will work collaboratively with other departmental staff, which includes another associate director, four assistant directors, three program specialists, three budget specialists, and an administrative supervisor. This position is responsible for advising and engaging with members of the fraternity and sorority community which includes eight National Interfraternity Council (NIC), five National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), and twelve Intercultural Greek Council (IGC)/culturally-based fraternal organizations, along with one local organization and two co-educational professional, fraternal organizations. The coordinator also shares in advising all governing councils and committees associated with the community.
Texas Christian University TCU is anticipating at least 8 FSL related GA positions for 2023-2024. All positions include a hall director component and then an additional assignment within the Division of Student Affairs- could be FSL or another functional area.
Compensation includes: monthly stipend, full room and board, cell phone stipend, parking spot, and full tuition remission.
Must be admitted to the College of Education. Applications are due January 1, 2023. Assistantship visiting day/interviews will occur February 19-21, 2023. These are by invitation only.
Texas Tech University The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Texas Tech University will be looking for two Graduate Assistants for the 2023-2025 academic years. Graduate Assistants are the sole advisor of our two Greek honor societies, co-advise two of our four councils each year, and are responsible for the programming associated with one office value/pillar. GA’s are allotted professional development opportunities like AFA/AFLV, and the pay is $14 an hour. Please email Alexis or Robbie at the emails listed below for questions or interest.
Asst. Director (Fraternity/Sorority Life) - Anticipated
William & Mary Position Summary: The Assistant Director(s) for Student Leadership Development shall report to the Director of Student Leadership Development and assist with the development, administration, and implementation of a comprehensive leadership development program for students at William & Mary with primary focus on advising, providing resources, and supporting the fraternity and sorority community.
Specific responsibilities to include:
Provide oversight and direction to a comprehensive fraternity/sorority program including: advising council officers, advising chapter leaders and members, providing liaison services to advisors and representatives of the national umbrella organizations, planning/developing leadership & educational programs, and overseeing assessment initiatives for fraternity/sorority life.
Support efforts to develop a comprehensive leadership program for recognized clubs and organizations. This will include year-round initiatives to help these organizations better meet their full potential and more effectively cultivate the leadership development process associated with co-curricular involvement.
Actively collaborate with other campus departments in support of fraternities and sororities (Dean of Students, Residence Life, etc.)
Actively serve in collaborative roles/task force opportunities within the Division of Student Affairs. Other duties as assigned that forward the mission of the Office of Student Leadership Development to serve students and the university.
Associate Director for Council and Organization Development
University of Kentucky The University of Kentucky, Fraternity and Sorority Life office is currently seeking an Associate Director who will be responsible for developing professional staff through supervision and providing direct support to students through advising the National Pan-Hellenic Council. This position will report to the Associate Dean for Student Engagement.
The ideal candidate will have experience supporting underserved student populations in a higher education setting; knowledge of issues facing college students; prior experience as a supervisor; strong attention to detail; the ability to make decisions; verbal and written communication skills.
The University of Kentucky Office of Student Success operates from a student-centered foundation. We seek to build a strong community through the care of and concern for every member of Student Success. We cultivate an equity-minded working and learning environment where people are seen and valued. We strive to revolutionize student success practice through a culture of ingenuity, excellence, agency, and accountability. The twenty-five units and five areas that comprise Student Success are committed to one vision: designing and delivering unparalleled student services. To learn more about the Office for Student Success, visit: https://studentsuccess.uky.edu/.
The University of Kentucky considers the health, safety and well-being of our entire community to be a top priority. In alignment with this priority, all new hires must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or obtain an approved medical or religious exemption as a condition of employment. For areas that fall under the federal CMS mandate, start of employment cannot occur until two weeks after receiving the full COVID-19 vaccination series or upon obtaining an approved exemption. Only vaccines approved by the World Health Organization can be accepted.
Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Life
Colorado State University The Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life provides ongoing educational, cultural, and leadership development programs, services, resources, and advising for the fraternity and sorority community that consists of 45+ chapters with over 3000 members, and respective governing councils and auxiliary groups.
The Coordinator provides valued advising of groups within the community, supervision of one graduate assistant, and up to five supplemental graduate assistants.
The Coordinator coordinates and delivers harm reduction and risk management programming and initiatives. In addition, the Coordinator creates, teaches/facilitates educational courses and programs. This is a 12-month, full-time position that reports to the Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life. The Coordinator must be committed to fostering an inclusive fraternity and sorority community through advising, supervision, and facilitation/teaching on topics connected to the Department’s goals around diversity and social justice.
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter that addresses how professional experiences align with the identified required and preferred qualifications of the position, a current resume, and the names, email addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates. If you have questions, please contact Natalie Padron (Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org).
Multi-Site Property Manager
Alpha Phi International Fraternity The Multi-Site Property Manager is responsible for the overall operation and profitability of 1872 property group. They will train and manage House Directors to provide a premier living experience for our collegiate members. As the manager, this role is responsible for ensuring budgeted occupancy, budgeting, staffing, vendor management and general care and protection of the assets.
Associate Director/Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life (Anticipated Posting - Early December)
University of Iowa The University of Iowa anticipates a posting/opening for the role of Associate Director/Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
The Associate Director/Director reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Leadership & Engagement will be responsible for the administrative oversight and strategic direction to the UI Fraternity & Sorority Life community, consisting of over 40 chapters and 3,600 students. The successful candidate will provide supervision of three professional staff members and (potentially) graduate students who provide advice, programmatic coordination, and fiduciary oversight of the four governing councils – Interfraternity, Multicultural Greek, National Pan-Hellenic, and Panhellenic Councils. Serve as the UI liaison to chapter/graduate advisors, alumni/ae advisors, housing corporation board officials, house directors, and inter/national headquarters representatives. Coordinate and assess FSL Strategic Plan and FSL Alcohol Harm Reduction Initiatives.
Position minimum requirements: Masters degree in higher education or comparable, at least 6 years of experiences working within an FSL community, experience supervising professional staff, experience working with 1 or all of the 4 councils represented on The University of Iowa campus.
Once the position is posted, this link will be updated.
Should you have any interest in the role, Dr. Jamarco Clark, assistant dean of students and director of leadership & engagement will be present at the AFA annual meeting and is happy to meet about the role. If you are not present at AFA and would like to connect, please feel free to reach out.
Assistant Director of SFL - Panhellenic Association
The Ohio State University The Assistant Director of SFL - PHA works collaboratively with the Council Leadership Team including the 7 full time professional members in Sorority and Fraternity Life at Ohio State. Primary responsibilities include advising the PHA executive board and its 17 member organizations, hiring and supervising all SFL student staff, and serving as a liaison to 8-15 organizations across all 4 governing councils. Check out what Columbus and Ohio State has to offer, and please reach out to Hunter Hartwig (Hartwig.email@example.com) with any questions!
Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Life
New Mexico State University Transparently, this position is anticipated to be posted in Spring 2023. When positions are reposted the supervisor is able to update the JD, so there will be aspects to this role that are added or removed.
Purpose of Classification: Serves as the adviser to three Greek Council and all-Greek events such as Greek Week. Communicates with National Headquarters regarding concerns with the fraternities and sororities. Serves as the representative for the Greek community on committees which may impact the organizations or Greek Life.
Standard Duties: Serve as the primary adviser to Inter-Fraternity, Panhellenic and Multicultural Greek Council. Oversee all Greek letter events. Serve as university liaison to national headquarters. Serve as a resource to fraternity and sorority chapters. Serve as the representative of the Greek community on university committees whose decisions may impact Greek Life. Facilitate the expansion process for new chapters colonizing on the campus.
Associate Director of Greek Life
Dartmouth College Reporting to the Director of Greek Life, the Associate Director, Greek Life implements, coordinates, and assesses educational and developmental programming for the Office of Greek Life. The Associate Director of Greek Life also manages the risk management / harm reduction efforts for the office. Represents the Office of Greek Life in the absence of the Director of Greek Life.
The Office of Greek Life is responsible for departmental harm reduction and risk management initiatives, leadership development, organizational management, and general administration for all Greek-letter organizations
$65,000 - $70,000 salary range
Account Executive (ChapterBuilder)
Phired Up & TechniPhi Are you passionate about helping students get access to the training and technology resources they need?
This team member will be the primary contact for all potential clients who have not yet become a partner of Phired Up and TechniPhi. They will work closely with the sales team to respond to interest forms, product order forms, and actively seek out opportunities to help communities develop healthier growth systems. They will conduct product demos, nurture relationships with potential partners, and ensure that communities and chapters choose the products they need in order to grow.
Panhellenic Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Towson University Responsible for advising Greek-letter student governing councils, honorary societies, chapter leaders, and members. This position will primarily advise the Panhellenic Association, the governing body for the ten Panhellenic sororities on campus. Being an advisor includes attending weekly council meetings, executive board meetings, and sub-committee meetings. Planning and oversight of the formal recruitment process is a crucial responsibility. This coordinator will serve as the University liaison with chapter presidents and officers, meet with national representatives of chapters, and work with alumnae in the improvement of chapters. This coordinator will supervise one graduate student and will strive to advance the Towson University Chapter Assessment Program by conducting annual meetings with each chapter presidents and advisors to assess compliance with university standards. Lastly, they will plan, develop, coordinate, and execute programming efforts including Hazing Prevention Week, New Member Training, and Training for Intervention Procedures (TIPS) programs. This position serves on Divisional Committees. $51, 371 annually and full benefits.
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Towson University The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life will provide leadership, vision, and management for the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Department includes two full-time coordinators, one full-time administrative assistant, and two part-time graduate assistants. The director will oversee the operations and programs provided by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life including chapter management and operations, risk management programs, prevention and wellness initiatives, and leadership development opportunities, etc. The Director will provide leadership and guidance to an expanding Fraternity and Sorority system and work with student leaders to uphold their organizational values and maintain high ideals through the Chapter Assessment Program. This position will directly advise the Inter-Fraternity Council and the chapters that fall underneath that council. The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life serves as a member of the Campus Life team and the Student Affairs Leadership Team.
-Leadership -Risk Management -Student Organization and Development -Programming -Internal and External Relations -Assessment and Reporting
Duties as requested by the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs or the Assistant Vice President of Campus Life Preferred Requirements: Demonstrated ability to work with an ethnically diverse and culturally pluralistic student population and campus community. Must have knowledge of fraternal culture and community at a university/college, the ability to oversee projects, and manage multiple priorities. Must be knowledgeable of national trends. Will plan programs and large-scale campus events and implement leadership and risk management training. Salary and Benefits: $88,414 annually and full University benefits.
Assistant Director, Leadership & Engagement
Northern Arizona University The Leadership & Engagement office at Northern Arizona University brings together student organizations, student leaders, fraternity & sorority life, and engagement efforts to support and deepen the holistic student experience. Involvement and engagement allow students to enrich their academic and social experience at NAU. We are THE HUB for students interested in connection, leadership, involvement, and service.
The Assistant Director for Leadership and Engagement partners with students, faculty, and staff in supporting the missions of student affairs. Specifically, the Assistant Director for Leadership and Engagement develops, coordinates, and promotes an innovative set of cocurricular and extracurricular programming that aims to foster student leadership, facilitate personal and professional development, support student wellbeing, engage program participants, and cultivate an inclusive and vibrant community at NAU.
The Division of Student Affairs strives to support an inclusive campus through dialogue, leadership experiences, and student engagement that honors, supports, and values diverse identities.
Program Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life
Temple University The Program Coordinator is part of the Division of Student Affairs and serves as a member of Student Activities, reporting to the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life and is responsible for advising student leaders from fraternities and sororities from the main campus of Temple University. With 34 chapters belonging to four (4) councils and approximately 1,900 members, the Program Coordinator will help bring the organizations together through programs and development opportunities that align with organizational values. Assists with developing a strategic plan for the sustained growth and development of fraternity and sorority life. Advises two of the following councils: Interfraternity Council (IFC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), or College Panhellenic (CPH) to assist growth in both the size of the community as well as personal growth of the individual members. Assists departmental marketing and communication efforts including but not limited social media, website content and emails.
The Program Coordinator coordinates educational programs such as our Critical Conversation Series, Annual Officers Training, Council Officer & President Retreats and Emerging Leader Retreat, community service events, and community-building activities with representatives of chapters and governing bodies. Develops materials on departmental/university policies and procedures for fraternities and sororities. Oversees the Accreditation Program, focused on Chapter Excellence. In connection with the missions of the Division of Student Affairs and Temple University, the Program Coordinator creates collaborative relationships within the university community to advance the fraternity and sorority community development. Plans, implements, and evaluates aspects of all major departmental activities and programs such as Welcome Week, an annual spring event, and the Service Immersion Program. Performs other duties as assigned.
Assistant Director of Leadership Development
Gettysburg College Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, PA is hiring an Assistant Director of Leadership Development in our Garthwait Leadership Center (GLC)! Though the position is not in our fraternity and sorority life office, it does work with chapters and other student organizations on leadership and organizational development.
This two-year position will work along side other GLC staff to provide a variety of leadership development opportunities including helping to coordinate the College's civic leadership and engagement efforts with staff from our Eisenhower Institute, a department that focuses on educating students about public policy issues.
If you have any questions about the position, please reach out to our Executive Director of the Garthwait Leadership Center, Andy Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Director of Community Standards
University of the South Reporting to the Associate Dean of students, this position is tasked with designing, promoting, and implementing programs and services which contribute to student health, safety, welfare, and overall student life outside the classroom. The Director will act in a leadership capacity within Student Life, nurture the development and oversight of a healthy, resilient, and flourishing community, as well as engage in critical incident responses.
The Director will oversee the processes and procedures of the Code of Conduct. This position coordinates the resolution process and monitors the documentation of student violations of the Code of Conduct, including conducting educational conferences, and hearings, and issuing monthly community reports.
The Director works in collaboration with colleagues to develop and implement an integrated, public health effort to reduce alcohol and other drug harms within the undergraduate community and to foster positive culture change; supports the creation of more low-alcohol and no-alcohol social events; provides context-appropriate education to colleagues and undergraduates; trains and supervises students in supports of this work; and assists in revising and implementing relevant University policies.
Coming soon! 2 Advising Roles at USC
University of South Carolina 2 advising jobs posting soon! Great opportunity for May 2023 grads!
JOB DUTIES FOR BOTH POSITIONS: • Advise CPA, MGC, and/or NPHC council executive boards • Serve as a coach to a cohort of chapters across all 4 councils • Implement community-wide education, programming, and assessment efforts • Serve on call and respond to crisis incidents as needed
ADDITIONAL JOB DUTIES FOR EACH POSITION: • Manage the Annual Chapter Expectations program and awards process • Support community growth through office communication efforts
USC GREEK COMMUNITY Fraternity & sorority life at the University of South Carolina totals over 7,300 members, course to 30% of the overall student body.
Our community boasts 48 organizations, 20 on-campus facilities, and 4 councils.
LEARN MORE! Both jobs will be posted early in the spring semester with application instructions and an anticipated salary range.
Director, Fraternity & Sorority Life
The University of Texas at Arlington Provides overall direction and management to the Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life. The Director will work with students, advisors, headquarters staff, and various members of the community to build a successful program.
-Advocate for the sorority and fraternity community (F&SL), which includes four councils, College Panhellenic Council (CPH), Interfraternity Council (IFC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) -Supervise four (4) full time staff and student leaders, in the areas of Fraternity and Sorority Life and council leadership -Coordinate professional and leadership development for staff and students -Develop and implement the Office of FSL strategic plan in collaboration with senior administrators, alumni, student leaders, national organizations, and advisors -Serve as primary liaison to the F&SL Alumni community and (Inter)National sorority and fraternity headquarters -Provide stewardship over an annual budget in excess of $450,000 -Maintain fiscal oversight of program budgets and utilize appropriate procurement and contracting practices to include regular review of council budgets -Develop and implement appropriate programming and educational efforts including, hazing, alcohol and drugs, sexual violence, event planning and other risk management issues to assist in ensuring compliance with applicable -University policies and local, state, and federal laws and requirements. -Manage communication flow to students and community stakeholders -Serve on university-wide event teams including, yet not limited to, Commencement, Homecoming, and semester openings -Performs other duties assigned
Assistant Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life
The University of Texas at Arlington The Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life (F&SL) is responsible for increasing experiential learning opportunities to increase critical thinking, academic application, retention, diversity, cultural competency, leadership skills, civic responsibility, civil discourse and community membership through curriculum development and facilitation. The Assistant Director works as a team with the other F&SL staff members in providing leadership for the Fraternity and Sorority Life office in establishing and fulfilling its mission and community pillars, and in conducting daily operations and responsibilities.
-Responsible for curriculum development and some facilitation, including potential member education, new member education, member education, and advisor education. -Responsible for the development and management of annual compliance education for potential members, members, and advisors. -Supervision of the two Coordinator II positions. -Co-advise with the Office of Community Standards, the F&SL Standards Committee. -Manage the Office of F&SL Organization Standards process. -Create and implement a focused certification program for individuals serving as advisors for fraternity and sorority organizations. -Create an online instruction and training library for F&SL potential members, council officers, and advisors. -Develop collaborative programs with other campus departments and offices and serve on university committees as needed. -Directly advise chapter leadership through a chapter coach role. -Serve as a liaison to chapter advisors, media representatives, UTA police, National fraternity/sorority representatives, parents, alumni, faculty, and university administration. -Performs other duties assigned.
Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life
The University of Texas at Arlington The Coordinator II position within F&SL is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day management and oversight of the fraternity and sorority community as the management of efforts focused on community programming. The Coordinator II provides leadership in the development and implementation of F&SL programming and initiatives to promote a safe and supportive fraternal experience for the community members. This provides direct advisement of F&SL governing councils and serves as a liaison between the university, chapters, alumni, and inter/national organizations and internally with university staff and offices. The Coordinator II works as a team with the other F&SL staff members to provide leadership for the Fraternity and Sorority Life office in establishing and fulfilling its mission and community pillars and conducting daily operations and responsibilities.
-Serves as a chapter coach for F&SL organizations, advises 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. -Responsible for oversight of F&SL Standards of Excellence and Annual Awards. -Develop and oversee F&SL and campus-wide philanthropic initiatives. Acts as a liaison with chapter advisors and all national organizations and maintains active communication, including high levels of public contact with media representatives, polices, 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.
FSL Graduate Assistant - Academics and Risk Reduction
Indiana State University The FSL GA for Academics and Risk Reduction assists with providing a developmental and supportive atmosphere to the FSL community at Indiana State University, made up of ~30 inter/national fraternal organizations and a membership of 800+ affiliated undergraduate students. The GA will: support the advisement of the governing councils in the areas of Academics and Risk Reduction, Directly advise Gamma Sigma Alpha, coordinate the scheduling and completion of the Fall semester educational program offering, oversee the FSL social event registration process and academic commitment exchange program, and build collaborative campus relationships.
University of Massachusetts Amherst The Associate Director of Student Governance advises student governance organizations on processes and procedures, group dynamics, organizational development, constitutional and procedural issues, and risk management. The Associate Director works collaboratively with student leaders strategizing successful approaches to advance agenda items, advocate and provide, student feedback to governance bodies.
FSL Graduate Assistant - Civic Engagement and Leadership
Indiana State University The FSL GA for Civic Engagement and Leadership assists with providing a developmental and supportive atmosphere to the FSL community at Indiana State University, made up of ~30 inter/national fraternal organizations and a membership of 800+ affiliated undergraduate students. The GA will: support the advisement of the governing councils in the area of service/philanthropy, civic engagement and leadership, Directly advise Order of Omega, coordinate the scheduling and completion of the Spring semester Greek Leadership Series, oversee the service/philanthropy tracking form and the member development/educational program reflection form, and build collaborative campus relationships.
Senior Director of Student Development and Management
University of Massachusetts Amherst Provide leadership for a broad range of student governance, student engagement and related support units. Primary emphases include student governance structures, student advocacy, and activity centered student groups, focused on leadership development, resource allocation, event planning, risk management, compliance assurance, program assessment, and working broadly and collaboratively to promote meaningful student engagement and student success.
Provides leadership for Student Organizational Development and Management supporting the mission, vision, goals, and objectives of Student Engagement and Leadership (SEL), and overseeing the development of departmental objectives, policies, procedures and guidelines to serve department needs. Ensures compliance of University and departmental policies, procedures, and operational guidelines. Provides accountable infrastructure of processes, appropriate procedures, and standards required for student organizational management and development. Provides strategic direction for student organization’s management, leadership, and development systems.
Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Programs and Services (MGC/NPHC Advisor)
The University of Oklahoma The Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Programs and Services is responsible for fostering a commitment to student success by actively developing, implementing, and maintaining programs and services that enrich student learning, build and maintain a strong sense of community and support the social and personal development of students at the University of Oklahoma. While this position would help with coordination over all of our Greek community, the specific focus of this position would be to our multicultural and traditionally marginalized communities through the direct advisement of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, our traditionally Black Greek-Lettered organizations, and through our Multicultural Greek Council.
Collegiate Support Manager - Risk Management
Sigma Kappa Sorority NHQ Primarily responsible for managing the investigation, sanctioning and incident follow-up action related to risk management incidents. Provides risk management and harm reduction support and education to collegiate chapters and volunteers.
· Bachelor’s degree; master’s degree in college student personnel, higher education administration or similar field strongly preferred.
· Minimum of two years professional experience in non-profit, association management, membership-based organization or similar relevant work experience with chapter assessment, development of collegiate programming and implementation of change efforts.
· Experience with harm reduction, risk prevention and conduct cases or relevant experience working with university administrators.
·In-depth knowledge of Sigma Kappa and/or fraternity/sorority operations, policies and procedures.
Responsibilities: · Collaborate with district volunteers, specifically the risk management coordinators, and collegiate services staff to support all aspects of risk management for collegiate chapters and volunteers.
· Work with director of collegiate services and collegiate management team to deploy risk management support to collegiate chapters.
· Lead the logistics of receiving reports, investigations, chapter communication and letter management for all risk incidents.
· Serve as the primary staff contact for Clutch, Sigma Kappa’s event management registration software, and coordinate all online or in-person chapter risk prevention and planning efforts through, Clutch and Sigma Kappa’s learning management system.
· Collaborate with the programming & training team on harm reduction programming initiatives, including module development, content development and program implementation.
ASCA Assistant Executive Director
Association for Student Conduct Administration The Assistant Executive Director is the Executive Director’s primary thought partner in advancing the field of student conduct and the professional development of its members. This position will have primary responsibility for continual enhancement of Association resources and activities that facilitate educator/administrators’ ability to shape the student experience.
In their primary duties, the Associate Executive will:
• lead educational initiatives and curriculum development. They will craft a shared vision for, spearheading the development of, and implementing strategic initiatives for member education, Certification, and volunteer leadership development; • supervise practitioner volunteer, graduate practicum, and subject matter expert (SEM) consultant resource development teams; • coordinate and deliver webinar series, Certification Education, and other in person/online education; • serve as the primary Central Office education liaison to the Gehring Academy, Annual Conference Committee, and ASCA Developments; and • manage the Central Office and represent ASCA in the absence of the Executive Director.
• Master’s degree in higher education, student development, or its equivalent required. • Proven track record of successful strategic planning and Program Development Curriculum Development or and/or Assessment experiences • Progressively responsible experience in Student Conduct practice or related fields, six or more years of experience preferred • Knowledge, commitment to and practical application of social justice issues in higher education, resolution of inequitable systems, and the practice of cultural humility
Pay Range: $75-85,000 Target Starting Date: Between January 1 and February 1, 2023
Submit a cover letter, resume/vita, three references to Dr. Karen D. Boyd, the Interim ASCA Executive Director, at email@example.com. Questions about this position and the search are welcome.
FarmHouse Fraternity Looking to add an AD to my team at FarmHouse! This position is completely remote but does require some travel (30-40%). The role is a chapter coach and works on other project areas as needed. I serve as the supervisor for the team. Happy to chat if anyone is here and interested! We are flexible on start date if a grad student is interested. Anticipated salary 40-50K.
Panhellenic Advisor (anticipated)
Texas A&M University This is an entry level position with primary responsibilities of advising the Panhellenic Council, advisor development, coaching a diverse portfolio of chapters, and leading various educational and developmental initiatives.
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life & IFC Advisor
University of Michigan For full job description, see https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/227401/assistant-director-fraternity-sorority-life-and-ifc-advisor
As a staff member in Student Life, the Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life and IFC Advisor is responsible for working in conjunction with the Fraternity & Sorority Life team in setting the direction and advocating for the development of co-curricular programs and services that support student learning within fraternity student organizations. All efforts are in the service of creating learning environments that: celebrate diversity, foster student development, promote health and safety, and provide leadership development opportunities.
Primary areas of focus include:
Student organization advising, consultation, and oversight (councils and fraternity/sorority chapters) Administrative responsibility for areas of specialization within Fraternity & Sorority Life, including sexual misconduct prevention, bystander intervention, supporting alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, and other well-being initiatives Program development and implementation Assist in assessment and evaluation in alignment with office and divisional assessment priorities
Health & Wellbeing Specialist
University of Michigan For full job description, see https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/227398/health-well-being-specialist
As a staff member within Student Life, the Health and Wellbeing Specialist is responsible for setting the direction and advocating for the development of co-curricular programs and services that support student learning within fraternities and sororities.This position will work closely with the Associate Director.
Primary areas of focus include:
Administrative responsibility for areas of specialization within Fraternity & Sorority Life, including sexual misconduct prevention, bystander intervention, supporting alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, mental health, and other well-being initiatives Program development and implementation Student organization advising, consultation, and oversight (councils and fraternity/sorority chapters) Assist in assessment and evaluation in alignment with office and divisional assessment priorities
Advisor to Culturally-Based Fraternal Organizations and Community Liaison for Multicultural Engagement (Anticipated)
University of Michigan Job Summary
As a staff member within Student Life, the NPHC and MGC Advisor is responsible for setting the direction and advocating for the development of co-curricular programs and services that support student learning within Greek-Letter Student Organizations. All efforts are in the service of creating learning environments that: celebrate diversity, foster student development and provide leadership development opportunities.
Primary areas of focus include: ● Student organization advising, consultation and oversight ● Administrative responsibility for areas of specialization within Fraternity & Sorority Life including diversity, equity, inclusion, and campus climate. ● Program development, implementation, assessment and evaluation
Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life
University of North Georgia This position provides strategic oversight for a multi-campus FSL program. There are currently 2 councils and 15 chapters. Masters degree required and 5 years of experience. Use job ID 251789 when you click on the link below.
University of Wyoming Experience the mountain west and lead, advise, advocate, and excel with a healthy and close-knit community! Before you scroll past - Univ. of Wyoming is a 11,000 person, D1, land grant institution and only 4-year public university in the state nestled in a college town (Laramie, WY) near the mountains and 25 miles from Colorado border. Our community is looking for a caring, creative, and student-centered advisor that can empower chapter/council officers, revise/build unique program (educational) offerings, and leave their own mark. For the right candidate, we are able and willing to wait or work with grad-programs (or move fast)!
Phi Sigma Sigma The chapter coach serves as the primary contact for collegiate chapters and executive board officers. Chapter coaches work closely with executive officers and advisors, providing administrative support, financial operations oversight and day-to-day coaching. Chapter coaches are responsible for the overall well-being, viability and perpetuity of the assigned portfolio of chapters.
Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life
George Mason University Position will be posted to George Mason University Jobs site in January 2023.
The Assistant Director for Student Involvement is an administrative faculty position and is a part of the professional staff team of Student Involvement, within the Division of University Life. Student Involvement is a high energy, innovative department comprised of Campus Events and Promotion, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Organizations and Governance, the GMU Esports program, and Business and Administrative operations. The position manages multiple responsibilities while fulfilling the strategic goals as established by the office, division of University Life, and the university.
The Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) Cluster is responsible for the oversight of the FSL community comprised of 40+ chapters, four governing councils (i.e., Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, College Panhellenic Council, and the United Greek Council), and Order of Omega honor society. This position provides direct advisement to two governing councils, advisement of chapters across all 4 councils, and supervision of one graduate assistant. The position coordinates the marketing for FSL and the development and implementation of civic engagement and DEI efforts for the FSL Community.
Assistant Director for Sorority & Fraternity Life
Ohio University POSITION WILL POST IN JANUARY 2023!
Specific responsibilities include: • Provides oversight and ongoing supervision to Ohio University’s Sorority & Fraternity life governing bodies. • Assists with the recruitment initiatives for the community’s chapters and governing bodies. • Serve as an instructor for our UC 2900 Introduction to Sorority and Fraternity Life class that is required for all of our community’s new members. • Supervises 1-3 graduate assistants. • Supports the daily health, well-being, and safety of all affiliated sorority and fraternity members. • Serves as the chapter coach to various recognized IFC, MGC, NPHC, and WPA chapters. • Advises the implementation of SFL community-wide programs and activities, including, but not limited to our continuous education series PAWs for a Cause, leadership development programs, etc. • Maintains fiscal oversight of program and council budgets and utilizes appropriate procurement and contracting practices. • Develops, implements, and assesses outcome-based educational and leadership development initiatives including but not limited to: Council Officer Training, Officer Transitions, New Member Education, and Risk Management Training. • Demonstrates an effort to understand the individual and a collective role in creating inclusive environments and use a perspective of social justice in Sorority and Fraternity work. • Participates on University-Wide Committees. • Participation and engagement in professional development opportunities and involvement in national professional associations. • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life.
Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Housing
University of Toledo This position is a full-time professional staff member of the Office of Residence Life, responsible for providing leadership and direction to a comprehensive student development program and for the administrative operation of the on-campus FSL housing. In addition, the position will provide leadership, programming, and advising to the fraternity and sorority community. This position will also work closely with the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards to provide support and investigate student organizations’ violations. The expectation is that this is accomplished through interactions with students and staff both inside and outside of the office environment. Initiatives in this area are valued and celebrated. Emphasis is placed on creating a community where the student experience is positive, and the staff provides excellent customer service.
Florida International University The Associate Director Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) provides leadership to the FSL office and is charged with oversight of risk reduction education and assessment to enhance the fraternity and sorority life experience for our chapters and councils. This position is responsible for developing programs, services, and resources to monitor individual students and student groups. Assists the Director in overall management of the fraternity/sorority system. Supervises the Senior Coordinator of Risk Prevention & Compliance for Fraternity & Sorority Life. Assumes leadership in the Director’s absence and leading department-wide projects.
Minimum Qualifications -Master’s degree in related discipline with (4) years of experience in associated discipline with experience in a management role having significant business impact.
Florida International University The Greek Life Coordinator will be the primary advisor for one of four Greek Councils and will co-advise a second council. Works with the Associate Director on community programming, educational workshops, and leadership development programs, such as Council leadership retreats, sober monitor trainings, alcohol awareness, hazing prevention, new member workshops, etc. Oversees the Community GOLD Standards program, will assist with the Community’s accreditation and assessment programs, and will be assist with all Fraternity & Sorority Life social media and marketing initiatives. Serves on University-wide committees and assist with Student Life and signature events, such as Week of Welcome, Homecoming, Summerfest, Uproar, etc.
Minimum Qualifications -Bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of experience or Master’s degree in related discipline.
Alpha Delta Pi Executive Office As a member of the sorority’s Membership Team, the Director of Collegiate Services oversees the Collegiate Services team. As a team they support many functions related to the sorority’s collegiate membership experience. This staff member will play a key role in further defining processes to support the collegiate membership experience. PDF of job description is embedded in the link provided.
Fraternity and Sorority Life Engagement Support Coordinator
California State Univerisity, Fullerton The Office of Student Life and Leadership is committed to providing support and fostering community engagement to empower students through involvement, leadership, and co-curricular learning opportunities to enhance their Titan Experience. We are seeking an exceptional individual to join our team as the Fraternity and Sorority Life Engagement Support Coordinator (Student Services Professional II). The ideal candidate in this role should have a positive attitude and an active, energetic mind that is characterized by highly ethical practices and a commitment to diversity, openness, flexibility, integrity, and kindness.
Provides program and developmental support to the fraternity and sorority chapters affiliated with the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic, Panhellenic Council, and the Order of Omega (Greek honorary society). Under the general supervision of the Associate Director of Student Life and Leadership and with the support of the FSL Coordinator, provides support, guidance, and mentorship to fraternity and sorority life chapters, chapter leadership, and general chapter members. Assists with day-to-day interactions and planning for signature FSL programs, including but not limited to leadership workshops, mandatory trainings, recognition events, and council events. Works collaboratively with a wide variety of administrative and academic departments across the university community and with different areas of Student Life and Leadership to promote programs that complement the students’ academic experience and engagement in high impact practices. Other duties as assigned.
FSL Equity & Inclusion Coordinator (Anticipated)
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo The Equity & Inclusion Coordinator is the primary advisor for our culturally-based fraternities and sororities (USFC) and works with all of the chapter and council DEI officers. They provide leadership around the justice, equity, diversity and inclusion efforts in the Fraternity & Sorority Life office, and collaborate with campus partners to deliver educational programs throughout the year.
Oklahoma State University- Main Campus Responsibilities: •Assist Fraternity & Sorority Affairs staff with the advisement of the Panhellenic Coun Pan-Hellenic Council. Be available to attend all Council meetings and Executive Council. •Assist with the advisement and facilitation of Panhellenic Recruitment & NPHC Convocation •Assist with the advisement of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs programs including Greek Discovery Day, Council Officers' Retreat, Chapter Officers Retreat, all training and development, etc. • Assist with the advisement of fraternity and sorority organizations, such as Order of Omega, Junior Greek Leadership, etc. • Assist with office marketing and social media. • Campus Life assignments, as necessary. • Some weekend and evening responsibilities as needed. • Assist Fraternity & Sorority Affairs staff by working summer orientation and enrollment events.