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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP & INVOLVEMENT FOR FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE
|Job Type:||Fraternity & Sorority|
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit, 4-year|
|Institution Size:||< 3,500 Students|
Develop and coordinate an engaged fraternity and sorority life community, with a deep commitment to supporting multi-cultural organizations and fostering inclusion in co-curricular experiences. Serve as the advisor to the Panhellenic Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Multicultural Greek Council, and Order of Omega.
Provide strategic leadership for the fraternity and sorority community, representing nearly 40% of the student body at Denison. Create and lead a vision for fraternity and sorority life congruent with the values and mission of the college. Oversee fraternity and sorority programs in the areas of student leadership, values-congruence, service and philanthropy, and inclusive social culture. Foster strong fraternity and sorority communities with an emphasis on the support of cross-Council and cross-cultural engagement. Support the growth of inclusive environments and a celebrative community within the co-curriculum, guided by our vibrant involvement model for leadership and involvement at Denison that builds on the marquee strengths of the college: leadership development, creative problem solving, and civic engagement.
Work collaboratively within the CLIC team, which includes the co-curricular areas of community service, leadership development, student organizations, major events, and fraternity and sorority life. The Community Leadership & Involvement Center is part of larger Student Leadership & Community Engagement team along with the Center for Gender & Sexuality and the Department of Residential Communities within the Division of Student Development.
ABOUT DENISON UNIVERSITY
Denison University is located in the Welsh Hills of Ohio overlooking the village of Granville approximately twenty-five miles east of Columbus. The short drive to Columbus connects Denison to one of most dynamic and fastest growing cities in the nation. Denison is a highly selective, private liberal arts college, consistently ranked as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country. Denison offers a four-year residential experience for its student body, comprised of approximately 2,200 students. Denison’s substantive residential component promotes student leadership, civic engagement, academic achievement, and the development of a strong campus community, all of which are hallmarks of a Denison education. Denison’s momentum is propelled by a strong endowment, which allows the University to prioritize and support life-changing student experiences inside and outside of the classroom.
The Division of Student Development is a highly collaborative organization and we are keenly aware of the impact our internal culture has on our ability to fulfill our mission and strategic goals. In order for us to support effectively the Division’s commitment to preparing students for lives of personal, professional, and civic success—while in college and afterwards—each member of the Division is expected to fulfill assigned job responsibilities and to bring generous support to the work of colleagues in Student Development as well as faculty and staff across the college. In addition to collegiality, we actively strive to create a culture characterized by creativity and innovation in problem-solving, optimism, individual initiative, a shared sense of responsibility, the intentional cultivation of trust, and attention to clear and timely communication.
The Division's first-year leadership program, DU Lead, was recognized with the 2014 NASPA Gold Award. The Division has recently been a partner campus for the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (MSL) and the Thriving in College research and assessment projects, and is celebrating 20 years of hosting the LeaderShape Institute on campus.
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