Pay Range: $44,400 per year or higher based on education and experience
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Position Summary: The Assistant Director provides leadership to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life through development and oversight of chapter support services for over 35 member organizations and over 1,600 affiliated students within the fraternity and sorority community. This position is responsible for the development of community-wide educational programming for governing councils, member organizations and affiliated alumni. The Assistant Director will also provide leadership for assessment and data management of student organizations and departmental initiatives. This position reports to the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life and collaborates with the broader Department of Student Involvement team and colleagues within the Division of Student Affairs, to support student learning and development through community building, advocacy, and student engagement.
Bachelors degree in Education, Communications, Counseling, Psychology, or related field.
Two (2) years of post-baccalaureate experience in higher education or related field.
Experience with fraternal organizations, advising, and related issues.
Experience developing and presenting educational programs and training activities.
Experience working with students, faculty, staff, alumni, volunteers of diverse backgrounds.
Experience managing multiple priorities and resolving conflict.
Masters Degree or in process of completing a graduate program in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Student Services, Educational Leadership, Counseling, Adult Organizational Learning and Leadership or related field.
Professional experience as a fraternity/sorority leadership consultant or similar role.
Knowledge of student development theory or learning development strategies.
3+ years professional experience effectively interacting with students, faculty and administrators in a college or university setting.
Member of inter/national sorority or fraternity.
Experience designing curriculum focused on holistic development for chapters and governing councils.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Ability to move between event spaces and locations for extended periods of time during community-wide events.
Ability to lift, push, pull, carry, and/or otherwise move materials up to 25 pounds.
Required Licensures, Certifications or other
Posting Number: SP003428P
Posting Date: 06/09/2022
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions: For first consideration, please apply by June 23, 2022.
Background Check: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.
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