The Coordinator of Sorority and Fraternity Life, provides vision, leadership, creativity program management and student advising to the Office of Student Life and the sorority and fraternity community; serves as a liaison for Greek chapters with the office; advises student governing associations; assists with risk management; plans educational programming and leadership initiatives; works with students on recruitment efforts and assists with student interns training and development; manages relationships and stewardship with stakeholders, alumni/alumnae and various university departments whose outreach efforts are vital to the success of the Greek community. Specific job responsibilities, including chapter liaison assignments will be based upon experience and skill sets of interested candidates.
Bachelor's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs or related or an equivalent combination of education and experience; two years of experience in a higher education, collegiate or student affairs role; experience working with fraternities and sororities in a collegiate setting; knowledge and experience in program development.
Master's degree in Higher Education or College Student Personnel Administration; membership or affiliation in National Greek letter organization; ability to present to small and large group of students; demonstrated skill working with diverse communities and cultural groups; proven record of management of staff and/or projects that include goal setting, performance management, leadership development and strategic planning.
Target Salary: $47,476.00 - $50,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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