Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Office of Fraternity and Sorority Advising
February 27, 2018
Hamilton, New York
Full Time - Experienced
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Fraternity and Sorority Advising Colgate University, a highly-selective residential liberal arts university with 2,900 students, is a very special place to work. A diverse group of individuals from local and worldwide communities, our staff is critical to preserving the university's high standards and strong reputation as a leader in higher education. We nurture an inclusive, collaborative culture, where each employee is treated as an important contributor, offer generous benefit packages and encourage staff wellness, learning and advancement. We offer staff opportunities to audit Colgate classes, as well as earn credits towards a Colgate undergraduate degree. Our friendly staff can be found attending lectures, working out together at our state of the art gym facilities, kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing on Lake Moraine, and participating in one of the many daily events that take place on campus and in the Village of Hamilton.
The Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Fraternity and Sorority Advising works closely with the Dean of Students to assist in supporting and advancing a number of key functional areas within the Dean of the College division, including; wellness, diversity and multicultural affairs, student leadership and development, religious and spiritual life, and LGBTQ Initiatives. In addition, as the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Advising, this person is the primary support and resource person for the College's Greek-letter organizations and for the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Advising. Learn more at: http://careers.colgate.edu/postings/987
Colgate University, an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to developing and sustaining a diverse faculty, student body, and staff to further the university's academic mission. Women and candidates from historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.