The Coordinator II position within the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (F&SL) is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day management and oversight of the fraternity and sorority community as the management of efforts focused on community growth and programming. The Coordinator II provides leadership in the development and implementation of F&SL programming and initiatives to promote a safe and supportive fraternal experience for the community members. The Coordinator II provides direct advisement of F&SL governing councils and serves as a liaison between the university, chapters, alumni, and inter/national organizations and internally with university staff and offices. The Coordinator II works as a team with the other F&SL staff members to provide leadership for the Fraternity and Sorority Life office in establishing and fulfilling its mission and community pillars and conducting daily operations and responsibilities. The work environment is a center of student activity for the campus. As such, it involves a fast pace, frequent interruptions, and daily contact with students, faculty, staff, and the public. The environment consists in balancing different priorities and a quick response to unexpected situations.
Serves as a council advisor to two of the four F&SL governing councils and their respective executive boards, standards boards, recruitment processes, and related committees and programs in collaboration with other Office of F&SL staff.
Advise and coordinate the F&SL Programming Board Directors to create and execute efforts to bring together the F&SL community.
Development of education and efforts focused on community growth and retention for organizations, councils, and the Office of F&SL.
Responsible for branding and visibility of the Office of F&SL through campus programming, social media, and print marketing.
Acts as a liaison with chapter advisors and all national organizations and maintains active communication, including high levels of public contact with media representatives, polices, National fraternity/sorority representatives, parents, alumni, faculty, and university administration.
Develop collaborative programs with other campus departments and offices and serve on university committees as needed.
Facilitate administrative responsibilities such as budget management and program assessment.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree and one (1) years of special program coordination or the equivalent organizational, work and education experience.
Some experience working in higher education.
Ability to utilize independent thinking, judgment, and decision-making skills.
Experience working with a diverse population; excellent writing and public speaking skills. Experience planning, implementing, and evaluating events.
Master's Degree and two (2) years of full-time or graduate assistant experience in Higher Education and fraternity and sorority life.
Knowledge of student development theory, the needs of fraternity and sorority students, organization advising, program planning and budgeting.
Experience with program development and management and experience hiring, training, and supervising college students.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Solid assessment experience.
Applicants must include in their online resume the following information: 1) Employment history: name of company, period employed (from month/year to month/year), job title, summary of job duties and 2) Education: school name, degree type, and major.
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