The program manager for fraternity and sorority life is responsible for ensuring that the direction of social fraternities and sororities is consistent with the mission of the University while contributing to the overall quality of campus life.
Coordinates fraternity and sorority life education and administration
Manages all recruitment, rush, intake processes, and new member activities
Maintains the activities and aesthetics of Fraternity and Sorority Life week
Reviews and implements policies and procedures for social fraternities and sororities life matters
Advises social fraternities, sororities, and councils on University policies and procedures and local, state, and federal regulations to ensure they are being followed
Bachelor’s degree required in the area of higher education, student affairs, human resources management, business, etc.
1 year professional experience in fraternity and sorority life required
Master's degree preferred
Supervisory experience preferred
Knowledge of IFC, PHA, NPHC policies, producers, and current issues
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures
Strong and collaborative customer service skills
Ability to effectively resolve conflicts
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to work collaboratively and establish and maintain effective relationships with faculty, students and staff.
Leadership, creativity and initiative
Highly developed analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills
Commitment to professional staff development
Ability to articulate expectations for social fraternities and sororities
Knowledge of student development/leadership theories and the ability to apply them appropriately
Ability to work effectively and ethically with a diverse population of students, faculty, staff, and community members
Basic computer skills including working knowledge of student organization management systems
General contract and risk management knowledge
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