Campus Activities within the Division of Student Affairs at Appalachian State University is seeking a skilled fraternity and sorority life professional to join our dynamic team. The Associate Director of Campus Activities, Fraternity & Sorority Life will provide vision and strategic guidance to a vibrant fraternity & sorority community at Appalachian State University. The Associate Director will provide advising support and administrative direction to four governing councils (NPHC, MGC, PHC, and IFC) and approximately 35 chapters. Our goal is to maximize opportunities for educational enrichment through a fraternal experience while anticipating and managing the increasingly complex challenges that face our organizations.
The Associate Director will lead a team that includes one full-time Coordinator of Campus Activities, Fraternity & Sorority Life, one graduate assistant, and undergraduate administrative assistants, and will further serve as a collaborative member of the larger Campus Activities team. This office is designed to deliver the Transformational Appalachian Experience through student engagement opportunities that synergistically unify core co-curricular functions. The Campus Activities team works closely with partners within the Division of Student Affairs, across the university, and throughout the small town of Boone, NC.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1. A graduate or professional degree in a field relevant to the position OR must possess an appropriate combination of educational credentials and related work experience. 2. Minimum of 5 years full-time professional experience in area(s) directly related to Fraternity & Sorority Life. 3. Demonstrated experience with engagement and advising of students in a co-curricular university setting. 4. Experience with supervising and developing graduate-level and/or full-time staff members to accomplish personal and organizational goals. 5. Demonstrated knowledge and skills in campus-wide event and program planning and execution. 6. Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; experience working with students and staff in the development of inclusive programs. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Earned Masters Degree in Student Affairs, Higher Education, Leadership Education, or related field from an accredited institution. 2. Demonstrated understanding of leadership education and development and connection with campus activities. 3. Strong knowledge and/or experience with Greek-lettered organizations on a college campus including current trends, educational programming, risk reduction, and well-being. 4. Demonstrated experience in developing and assessing learning and development outcomes to inform educational student programming, training, and staff development initiatives. 5. Demonstrated experience in the use of digital tools and social media to support outreach and strategic marketing efforts to students, which may include CampusLabs, Facebook, Instagram, etc.