Job PurposeThe Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life will enhance, manage, and direct the operations and programs for 43 chapters and 5 governing councils which comprise the TU Greek System. Responsible for advising the Greek-letter student governing bodies, and chapter leaders and members; advise, train, and support and chapter and council leaders, members, and alumnae advisors; and plan University/ Fraternity and Sorority Life sponsored programs. The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life serves as a member of the Campus Life team that strives to provide a broad based co-curricular program enhancing the intellectual, civic, cultural, social, and recreational interests and skills of a constantly changing student population. The Director will provide leadership and guidance to an expanding Greek system and work with student leaders to uphold their organizational values and maintain high ideals through the Chapter Assessment Program, leadership development programming, and risk management training.
Serve as the primary Greek Advisor for fraternities and sororities - including advising Interfraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic Association (PHA), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), Unified Greek Council (UGC), Greek Ambassadors, Order of Omega; provide administrative leadership for the maintenance and protection of important and confidential items such as chapter rosters, chapter assessment program, social notification policy, conduct reports and sanctions, and grade reports; enhance the leadership of the chapter and council officers in order to facilitate sound organizational functioning by providing leadership training, workshops, retreats, etc; provide risk education programming and training for chapter leaders and members including alcohol education, hazing prevention, social planning, bystander intervention, Title IX and sexual misconduct; participate and coordinate in major programming efforts such as Homecoming, Family Weekend, Welcome to Towson, Greek Week; develop and maintain collaborative and reciprocal relationships with local chapter advisory boards and national staffs; serve on Divisional Committees; and other duties as assigned.
Master's degree and five years of experience. Must have knowledge of fraternal culture and community at a university/college. Must have prior knowledge of large scale event planning, risk management and leadership education, and advising fraternities and sororities. A Criminal Background Investigation is required for the hired candidate and the results may impact employment.
Salary and BenefitsCompetitive salary and full university benefits that include excellent health, life insurance, and retirement plans; tuition remission; and 22 days of annual leave, 14 holidays, personal and sick days. To learn more about our benefits, please click here.
This position will be open for a minimum of 14 days. Cover letter and resume are requested, but not required.
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