Coordinator of Theme Communities
- Develop a robust theme community model, which emphasizes shared community interests, integrity, sustainable succession, and programmatic strategy.Work with fraternities and sororities to ensure long term success based on responses to modern challenges including but not limited to; developing organizational core values, ethical leadership development, strong philanthropy, and reducing high-risk behaviorsServe as primary advisor to the Interfraternity Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council, as well as primary liaison to all recognized fraternities and sororities, their advisors and (inter)national organizations.Work with communities to develop positive and meaningful programs including; recruitment, new member education, community standards development, event planning and the creation of new programs designed to enhance and develop these communities.Create opportunities for theme and fraternity/sorority community leaders that complement the academic mission and overall College goal for developing service-minded, civically engaged, culturally intelligent leaders.Conduct periodic assessments and evaluations of Fraternity/Sorority programs and theme communities.Supports residence life functions in theme communities; for example, assisting with move-in/move-out, housing operations, etc.Serve on College-wide committees as appropriate.
- 1-3 years of experience working with theme communities, in advising Greek letter organizations, or working directly with Greek letter organizations in a higher education settingBachelor's degree in an appropriate discipline is required.A Master's degree is preferred.Knowledge and practice of student development theory, leadership theory and practice, current fraternity and sorority issues, programming, and risk management; proven administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Passionate about working with College students and supporting developmental experiences.Strong residential and community programming experienceMust possess excellent interpersonal, organizational, verbal, technical, and written communication skills with the ability to work closely with a diverse group of students.Proven experience in event planning, social media planning and the development of presentations and publications is helpful.Demonstrated proficiency with computer applications including MS Office.
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