Code
5589
PCLS
N3004
Pay Grade
123
Exempt
Yes
ORP
No
EEO Code
3
Title
Assistant Director, Student Leadership and Involvement for Fraternity and Sorority Life
Description

Responsible for providing overall leadership and advising to the fraternity and sorority community at Midwestern State University. Reports to the Director of Student Leadership and Involvement.

Examples

Effectively advise the Interfraternity Council, Cultural Greek Council, College Panhellenic Council and Order of Omega Greek Honorary Society. Provide program oversight for formal and informal recruitment periods, including marketing and programming efforts to increase awareness of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) amongst the student body and University community. Oversee all areas of University marketing and communication for FSL, including the website, marketing materials, and communication plan with students and stakeholders. Coordinate educational and social programs in FSL such as New Member Institute, Greek Week, Greek Awards Banquet, and officer and advisor trainings. Monitor FSL academic progress, and coordinate the Standards of Excellence (SoE) program for the fraternity and sorority community. Respond to, investigate, and adjudicate reports concerning potential violations of university policy by FSL organizations, as appropriate. Work with governing councils to plan and implement National Hazing Prevention Week programming and other important awareness events. Serve as a primary contact and resource for FSL chapter advisors and as the campus liaison to regional/national/international representatives of the organizations. Manage operations of University-owned chapter facilities, including budgeting, maintenance, and facility agreements. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Leadership and Involvement.

Physical Condition
Experience

Must possess at least 1-3 years of professional experience working with and advising fraternities and sororities. Experience with campus activities or planning events is preferred. Demonstrated experience working with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds, and commitment to inclusivity are required.

Knowledge

Must possess significant knowledge of Fraternity and Sorority life. Knowledge of successful program planning, promotion, and implementation. Knowledge and skills in the areas of leadership, organization, risk management, and advising. Requires the ability to establish and maintain positive working relationship with students, staff, and community organizations. Requires the ability to create and deliver effective group presentations. Must be proficient in the use of computers and commonly used office software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Outlook.

Education

Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred.

Additional Requirements

Requires the ability to work well with diverse populations and maintain positive working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and the community. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to manage a variety of tasks; willing to work flexible/extended hours, nights, and weekends. Must be creative, dependable, and committed to the principles of student learning and success. Must have the ability to work in a team environment with diverse student populations and groups and maintain positive working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and the public. *Regular reliable attendance is required. *This position is security sensitive and requires a criminal background check. *Serves as Campus Security Authority as outlined by the Clery Act. *Designated as a Responsible Employee as outlined by Title IX.

Last Updated 10-11-2019