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Reporting to the Director for Center for Student Involvement, the Greek Life Advisor (Panhellenic Advisor and Interfraternity/Multicultural Greek Advisor) provide management, oversight and direction for the Greek Life community.
Advisors provide leadership and advising on issues unique to the Greek community, on-campus Greek programming, and risk and liability management. Advisors oversee long and short range goal and strategy development, program planning, marketing, expansion and assessment for the Greek Life area. Work with Greek Life team to collect, track, and analyze data and develop policy recommendations based on this research.
Greek Life advisors represent the University to Greek alumni organizations, chapter advisor groups, community groups and individual fraternities and sororities. Advise additional categories of registered student organizations as assigned. Advise student leaders on the development and implementation of programs, applicable policies and procedures, risk management, issues management, leadership development and organization management. Advising and programming should use a holistic approach with emphasis on enhancing individual and student organization development and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Greek Life Advisor - Interfraternity/Multicultural Greek Councils: Oversees all administrative, policy, leadership development and program functions impacting 2 governing councils - Interfraternity Council (IFC) and the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), partner programs and individual chapters within IFC/MGC which comprise 1,000 students. Greek Life Advisor - Panhellenic Council: Oversees all administrative, policy, leadership development and program functions impacting 1 governing council - Panhellenic (PHC), partner programs and individual chapters within PHC which comprise 1,000 students.
~ Full Salary Range is: $42,102 to $91,900 /year
~ Hiring Salary Range is: $43,900 - $67,900 /year
A Master's Degree in higher education or related field and at least three (3) years of experience advising Greek communities; or equivalent experience.
Knowledge of Greek communities, national and regional trends, national policies, procedures, governance, organizational development and expansion/recruitment processes and best practices.
Proven experience advising and counseling students, providing guidance in all aspects of program creation and planning, budget implementation, leadership development, problem solving, and assessment.
Demonstrated interpersonal communication skills to interact effectively and diplomatically with diverse student and community populations, both orally and in writing.
Demonstrated ability to develop positive working relationships with multiple departments and diverse constituent groups; Ability to work collaboratively, using a team approach.
Experience serving as a liaison to Greek alumni organizations, parents, community members, fraternity consultants, fraternity and sorority regional and international officers, fraternity and sorority headquarters, local Greek alumni organizations, chapter advisors, and parents of fraternity and sorority members and potential members.
Experience in collaborating with chapter national offices/headquarters, chapter advisors, and student leaders to on chapter administration, expansion and growth, recruitment, and risk, liability, and issue management.
Demonstrated experience conceptualizing, organizing and directing major large scale projects with multiple stakeholders in a fluid environment with shifting priorities.
Demonstrated experience in providing work direction and delegating responsibilities.
Job offer is contingent on a clear background check.
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