The Assistant Director of Sorority & Fraternity Life

Indiana University-Bloomington  |  Bloomington, IN

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Posted 2 weeks ago

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Position Title:

The Assistant Director of Sorority & Fraternity Life

Job Type: Fraternity & Sorority Student Affairs Administration
Location: Bloomington, IN
Positions Available: 1
Institution Type: Public, 4-year
Institution Size: 30,000 & Over Students
Employer ID: 28447

Benefits

Housing for Position:
None provided
Benefits
Housing for Position:
None provided
Qualifications
Education:
Masters Required
Major Preference:
No Preference
Experience:

Qualifications
Education:
Masters Required
Major Preference:
No Preference
Experience:

Position Description

Supports the mission of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) and Student Life and Learning (SLL) by providing an extensive span of professional work in advising and programming support for 8,000 member fraternity and sorority community. This includes but is not limited to providing advising and support for the Interfraternity Governing Council (IFC) and a portion of the 76 individual chapters. This includes the following areas: risk reduction, leadership development, academic program support, accountability, community service and philanthropy programs, crisis management, documentation, and university policy interpretation. Administers applicable campus policies and procedures; and provides emergency response and crisis intervention to the fraternity and sorority community when needed.

Addresses student issues, including but not limited to eating disorders, sexual harassment and assault, mental health, relationship violence, hazing, alcohol, and other drugs. Oversees and facilitates at least two major curriculum initiatives (Community Leadership Initiatives, Alcohol Skills Training Program, etc.). Provides resources, policy interpretation, and referral service information to aid in student retention. Works with faculty and academic staff to identify problems, create relationships, and improve effectiveness of services and courses. Works with colleagues and teams to develop, assess, and implement behavior change action plans for organizational misconduct. Supervises at least two student employees, or para-professional graduate students.

Creates and executes event planning, conducting assessment, tracking data, program re- development and evaluation. Coordinates and collaborates with campus partners, other departments, and stakeholders; and attends appropriate fraternity and sorority functions and campus events to maintain visibility/approachability. Participates in on-going strategic planning process and develops long-term goals and annual objectives related to Fraternity and Sorority Life. Provides presentations and training to appropriate campus offices and academic departments on programming, student organizations, and fraternity and sorority culture and student behaviors. Assists with all SLL related programs and activities; and serves as hearing officer for Office of Student Ethics sexual misconduct cases and for organizational misconduct cases.


Job Requirements

REQUIRED: Master’s degree in education, social work, psychology, or closely related field and three years of professional level work in student affairs or related field.

Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.

Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills including ability to interact and communicate effectively with a wide range of constituents, work with a diverse population of students, and write effectively and professionally. Strong organizational and time management skills including ability to work on multiple projects during a single day and prioritize many activities; and ability to be team-oriented.

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