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Assistant Director for Fraternity Life & Leadership Development
|Onsite Event Position ID:||1860|
|Job Type:||Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development/Programs|
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit, 4-year|
|Institution Size:||< 5,000 Students|
About Creighton University and the Student Leadership & Involvement Center
Creighton University, located in Omaha, Nebraska, is a Division I institution with approximately 9,000 students. We offer a top-ranked education in the Catholic, Jesuit tradition for people who wish to make a meaningful contribution to the world and greater human experience after graduation. We strive to be a place where students, faculty, and staff thrive in a supportive community committed to our values and traditions.
Within the Student Leadership & Involvement Center (SLIC), we intentionally create(s) learning opportunities that teach and challenge students to develop, understand, and reflect upon their values, leadership skills, and goals. We strive to be the other education, in which students are able to discover their interests and potential, develop into mature leaders and deliver or give of themselves wholly to the world around them, both at Creighton and beyond. We do this through providing experiences in Fraternity & Sorority Life, student government, clubs and organizations, Clifton Strengths for Students initiatives, orientation, late night programming, the Freshman Leadership Program, and leadership programming.
The Student Leadership & Involvement Center consists of 4 Assistant Directors (AD’s), 1 Administrative Assistant and 1 Director. Our office employees or advises over 250 students through the desk receptionist position, student leadership roles such as student government, InterFraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, Program Board, New Student Orientation, the Freshman Leadership Program, and office interns. All of our work with student development is done in collaboration with our Division of Student Life partners, academic deans offices and colleges and other campus partners.
Guided by our division pillars, our goal is to be a resource and support for our students, a central member of our community, and serve to educate those within the community to become citizens of the world.
The Assistant Director for Fraternity Life & Leadership Development is a 10-month position at the university. They are considered part of the leadership team within the SLIC, and have significant contact and advising responsibilities with students at the university. This person will advise six fraternity chapters, the InterFraternity Council (IFC), Fraternity & Sorority Life Standards Board, and the Freshmen Leadership Program Living-Learning Community.
This position is also responsible for the education, oversight, and assessment of the Fraternity and Sorority Life accreditation process, and assists with the administration of the Gallup Clifton Strengths for Students at the university. Creighton University currently has approximately 550 men involved in fraternity life.
In accordance with the applicable Federal Laws and Regulations, the employment policies and practices of Creighton University are administered without unlawful regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap, or veteran status. The University will promote Equal Employment Opportunity through a positive and continuing Equal Employment Opportunity Program.
Thank you very much for your interest in Creighton University and the Student Leadership & Involvement Center! All interested applicants should contact Katie Kelsey at firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter and resume. Then we will reach out to you with the next steps in the process. If you have any questions along the way please feel free to reach out! Take care and good luck in the process!
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