The University of North Georgia is currently accepting applications for a Director of Fraternity, and Sorority Life. The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life is responsible for building and managing a multi-campus fraternity/sorority system, in support of the University's mission, and serves as the content expert for the University of North Georgia. This position requires a visionary leader who can manage the day-to-day operations and administration of the fraternity and sorority co-curricular programs, on both the Dahlonega and Gainesville campuses. The Director is responsible for the collection, analysis, and dissemination policies and procedures, risk prevention and harm reduction strategies, data, strategic planning, and program evaluation for the fraternity and sorority program. The Director reports to the Associate Dean of Students. This position has been identified by Federal Law as a Campus Security Authority (CSA), with significant student and campus responsibilities, and serves as a vital point of education/training for the welfare and safety of the students who participate in the FSL program.
Develop, implement, and evaluate the strategic vision and operational effectiveness for a multi-campus fraternity/sorority program, including but not limited to, expansion and extension efforts, leadership development, training and education, student success and retention initiatives, risk prevention and harm reduction initiatives, etc.
Supervise and provide oversight for advising the governing boards, Order of Omega, membership recruitment/intake processes, and all programs.
Establish, disseminate, and interpret University policies and procedures for fraternities and sororities and ensure compliance. Partner with the Dean of Students, Office of Student Integrity, Title IX, and Residence Life on conduct matters for fraternities and sororities and individual members.
Execute and manage a chapter services program, to include intentional coaching for chapter officers and advisors, in addition to, cultivating support, training, and education initiatives with campus partners, faculty, alumni, inter/national headquarters staff, and students to ensure the student experience is exceptional.
Execute administrative tasks and manage operational systems of the fraternity/sorority program: budgets, fraternity/sorority endowed scholarships, chapter rosters via student Banner activity attributes, academic verifications, grade reports, and the Standards of Excellence accreditation program.
Active participant in strategic planning and innovation efforts for the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, and serve on campus and University-wide committees as assigned. Specifically, this position serves on the Behavioral Intervention Team and as the co-chair of the University-wide Hazing Prevention Taskforce.
Experience working with North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), and National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) member organizations preferred;
Experience working in a diverse, high-intensity academic environment preferred.
Master's degree required, preferably in student personnel services or higher education administration.
A minimum of (5) five years' experience in Higher Education with a focus in a fraternity and sorority program required.
Some evening and weekend hours will be required as well as intercampus travel.
Located in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia is a multi-campus university with an enrollment of nearly 20,000 students, making it one of the largest institutions in the University System of Georgia. UNG is focused on a mission of educational excellence, leadership development, and community engagement opportunities that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society. Through a variety of educational pathways that provide access and range from certificates and associate degrees to a professional doctoral program, UNG is responsive to regional education and economic development needs. Federally designated as a senior military college, one of the university's signature leadership programs is its 800-member Corps of Cadets on UNG's Dahlonega Campus.