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AHEPPP is happy to post job openings for all institutions regardless of membership. Positions will be posted on the website, posted in our members-only Facebook group and will emailed out to the AHEPPP membership. The cost is free and job information can be posted by emailing [email protected] Positions will be posted for 60 days unless otherwise noted or requested.

Program Coordinator, Parent & Family Affairs, University of Maryland
Coordinator for New Student & Family Programs, UNC Chapel Hill
Program Manager – Operations and Technology, Florida International University
Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Program Coordinator, Parent & Family Programs, UC San Diego
Assistant Director of Transition, Inclusion and Diversity Excellence, Fort Hays State University
Director of Development, Syracuse University 

Institution: Syracuse University
Job Title: Director of Development
Full Posting: click here
Posted by AHEPPP on: December 3, 2018

Reporting to the Vice President of Advancement and the Senior VP of Enrollment and the Student Experience, the Director of Development’s (DOD) primary duties include managing an assigned prospect / donor portfolio focused on potential donors for the Division of Enrollment and Student Experience (ESE).

The DOD will establish an effective relationship with the Sr. Vice President for ESE and his/her senior team. The DOD will be expected to understand the strategic goals of ESE and communicate these effectively with a range of prospects including alumni, parents, corporations, foundations, and friends of Syracuse. In addition, the DOD will be an internal liaison between ESE and Advancement and External Affairs (AEA).

The DOD will effectively collaborate with the central programs of AEA and the college and unit based gift officers. The DOD will be expected to do significant discovery and qualification work as well, helping to identify and cultivate a growing donor prospect base. The DOD will design and implement successful cultivation and solicitation strategies with a focus on major donors and the upcoming comprehensive campaign. The DOD will also work closely with the AEA Annual Fund team to coordinate the broad annual solicitations and the discover and leadership annual giving team work on behalf of ESE.

Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred. Minimum 3 years of fundraising experience in the nonprofit sector (or minimum 7 years in relevant field), Higher Education preferred

Job Specific Qualifications   

• Front-line fundraising experience or equivalent required. Proven ability to manage all stages of the major gift pipeline including identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. 

• Creative with strong cultivation and special event skills for stewardship, and engagement of donors and prospects. Experience with volunteer recruitment and management.

• Exceptional relationship building with the ability to manage and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.

• Experienced computer user proficient in database management, Excel and Word.

• Commitment to the principles of higher education and strong desire to associate with Syracuse University and ESE and champion its mission.

• A high level of discretion and an ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

• Flexible and strategic with the ability to multitask and create and implement plans and follow-though with assigned tasks and projects. Exceptional personal initiative and ability to drive results 

• Effective communicator, articulate and persuasive. Energetic, proactive with a hands-on style. Bright and creative with a good executive presence and personal style to represent the organization to multiple constituents.


• Direct Donor Contact: Manages an assigned gift prospect/donor portfolio of alumni, parents and friends. Develops and maintains relationships with staff, administrators, and volunteers associated with specific programs relevant to assigned prospects. The DOD designs and implements successful cultivation and solicitation strategies as part of ESE strategic focus on building a new pipeline of new major gift donors in preparation for the next comprehensive campaign. In coordination with central development teams, the DOD manages and coordinates the cultivation, acknowledgement, stewardship and identification of all major gifts and endowment donors insuring donors receive timely, appropriate and personal stewardship, engagement, and recognition. In coordination with the central development team, the DOD oversees ESE annual appeal process including identification, segmentation, content and execution, gift acknowledgements, cultivation, stewardship reporting, and tracking of donors and prospects. The DOD coordinates and acts as ESE and/or representative during all on site receptions, and gatherings involving donors or prospective donors, local/regional parent and alumni visits and events as needed.

• Sr. Vice President Support for Parents’ Council. A key part of the Director’s role will be support for the operations of the Parents’ Council. This involves support for the Council Chairs, assisting in planning the meetings, agendas, and other activities. Helping to maintain records of Parents’ Council membership and participation, help with recruitment and support of members; creating communication Serves as in office point of contact for the Senior VP’s portfolio as needed. 

• Central Support Liaison: Works directly with central AEA units and services to identify, cultivate and steward potential and existing donors. Includes but is not limited to, Research and prospect systems for donor identification; philanthropic engagement for annual fund solicitation and appeals; donor relations for donor stewardship and acknowledgements; corporate and foundation relations for fundraising opportunities.

• Database Management: The DOD is responsible for coordinating the data entry and maintenance of ESE related development records, interactions, and donor/prospect files via CITRUS in collaboration with AEA central units. The DOD tracks and prepares monthly reports on donor giving, including: eligibility for recognition societies, pledge reminders, prospect lists, as well as securing new demographic and other data on donors and prospective donors.


Institution: Fort Hays State University
Job Title: Assistant Director of Transition, Inclusion and Diversity Excellence
Full posting: click here
Posted by AHEPPP on November 26, 2018

POSITION DESCRIPTION:  The Assistant Director is responsible for comprehensive programs for transition, inclusion, diversity, and student success. Will assist in the establishing and engaging in both long-term and short-term solutions for advancing programs, events, and services to support orientation and transition of students, especially diverse student populations. Will support the director in providing expertise on student success and campus climate through innovative research and assessment, action plans, and professional development for all of our students. This is a 12-month position.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in student affairs, higher education or in a related field plus 2 or more years of related professional experience.


More than 3 years professional experience in student affairs.
Experience in inclusion and diversity programming and services.
Experience in new student orientation and transition programming and services.
Demonstrated ability in effective presentation, facilitation, and communication (oral presentation).
Demonstrated ability in effective communication, ability to interact comfortably with students, families, faculty, and staff.
Experience in working with and leading undergraduate and graduate students.
Demonstrated ability to write clearly and concisely.
Experience in using student development theory, multi-culturalism, and identity development theory to inform practice.

APPOINTMENT DATE: The anticipated start date is negotiable.

SALARY:  Commensurate with qualifications/ experience. Competitive benefits.

BENEFITS: Competitive benefit package


Develop and deliver student transition, orientation, and diversity programs and initiatives which lead to the success of students.

Administer Tiger Pre-Enrollment Days, Transfer Pre-Enrollment Days, Tiger Impact Orientation, Transfer Orientation, Diverse Student Orientation, and International Student Orientation, in collaboration with other Student Affairs departments.

Implement peer-support programs (e.g., peer mentors, peer advisors/counselors) through collaboration with the Center for Student Involvement.

Design technology to promote greater student engagement through programs.

Develop experiences and opportunities unique to diverse student experiences. 

Oversee parent and family programs to ensure that the families of our students are aware of the engaging and success-promoting opportunities available to students throughout their collegiate experience.

Direct supervision of student and graduate assistant student staff.

REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS:  Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and names and contact information for three professional references. Applicant documents should be submitted in one PDF.

If you have questions regarding the position, please contact:

Karen McCullough

[email protected]


Institution: UC San Diego
Job Title: Program Coordinator, Parent & Family Programs
Full Posting:  # 96383
Posted by AHEPPP on: November 1, 2019

Enrollment Management (EM) is a multi-unit department currently within the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs. The Unit is led by the Associate Vice Chancellor (AVC). EM is comprised of multiple high-profile, core functional units including: the Office of Admissions, Office of the Registrar, Financial Aid & Scholarships Office, Student Affairs Technology Services (SATS), Cal-SOAP, Creative & Analytical Services, Parent & Family Programs, and the Business Office. EM’s core functions oversee undergraduate admissions and student outreach, continuing student enrollment management, and financial aid and scholarship management.

The Office of Parent & Family Programs partners with undergraduate students' parents and families to contribute to the success of UC San Diego students. Parent & Family Programs' motto is, "when parents are informed, students benefit." Parent & Family Programs provides opportunities for involvement through programs and events, informs using various communication tools, provides guidance to parents and families and develops strategies for long-lasting connections to the university community.

Under the direction of the Senior Officer, the Program Coordinator executes the mission of and programs planned by the Office of Parent & Family Programs. The Program Coordinator implements non-complex programs, events and / or communication strategies designed to inform alumni, parents and key constituencies of institutional programs, activities, policies, and practices.

The Program Coordinator coordinates Family Weekend and Siblings Day and assists with other programs or new initiatives designated by the Senior Officer or the Associate Vice Chancellor for EM. Additionally, the incumbent assist with the development of office staff and the office’s image through publications and website presence.

The Program Coordinator communicates effectively and professionally with a wide range of constituencies and maintains a professional image of Parent & Family Programs as part of a unit of Enrollment Management.

Must be able to work evenings and/or weekends that coincide with events, programs, and meetings. A complete application includes a cover letter.


  • Previous experience designing and coordinating programs and events for a variety of audiences.
  • Demonstrated skill in using social media to interpret interactions and using other promotional methods to plan and publicize programs and events.
  • Knowledge of basic concepts and principles of building and maintaining effective relations with a variety of alumni and other key constituencies.
  • Organizational skills including skill to meet prescribed deadlines; event planning skills. Ability to delegate and coordinate tasks with attention to details; prioritize workload, accomplish tasks amid changing priorities and interruptions while maintaining composure. Ability to meet the needs of an office and the programs within through critical examination.
  • Written, verbal and interpersonal skills, including tact and political acumen to effectively represent the institution. Skill to communicate effectively with a diverse community and all levels of the organization, using tact, diplomacy, mature independent judgment, and flexibility in working with diverse contacts. Ability to work with angry or upset persons, determine their needs and provide proper referrals.
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills. Proven analytical and problem-solving skills, including synthesis of information, consideration of alternatives, ability to prioritize and decide among alternative actions, based on partial information. Poses skill to independently interpret and follow written policies and protocols when resolving issues.
  • Applicable computer skills. Demonstrated experience with a wide range of computer software, such as electronic calendars, spreadsheets, publishing packages, word processing, email, Internet access, database, and presentation/graphic software. Skill to maintain computerized records utilizing MS Project, Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint and similar database software. Working knowledge of analytics to learn and interpret the user experience of constituents and offer suggestions to adjust content to enhance the experience.
  • Knowledge of public policy and the legislative process.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills. Proven ability to transmit information in an efficient, accurate, and timely manner. Skill in giving presentations to large groups, manage questions, and instill a cohesive understanding among partners.
  • Ability to accept responsibility and exercise initiative. Skill to make necessary judgements and be proactive in discucssing completed action items, concerns, or urgent matters.
  • Demonstrated skill to maintain strict confidentiality and exercise good judgment and discretion in handling sensitive and confidential matters.
  • Skill to work efficiently with minimal supervision and work as a team member to meet department goals and objectives.
  • Skill in basic mathematical computation to perform budgeting and accounting functions.
  • Demonstrated skill to develop and maintain an efficient records management system and create new system if needed. Skill in generating reports from systems and programs that impact student success and to accurately report data to partners.


  • ·         Background Check required.
  • ·         Completion of the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) form is required.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:

UC San Diego is a smoke and tobacco free environment. Please visit for more information.


Institution: University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Job Title: Coordinator for New Student & Family Programs
Full Posting:
Posted by AHEPPP on: October 19, 2019

The Coordinator of New Student & Family Programs will direct, lead, and develop, programs and services for Carolina family members; serve as the offices primary resource for new student and family communications; and hire, train and supervise student employees. This position will direct and lead outreach and education for parents, and lead and develop communications and family relations including website, social media, print publications, and general communication efforts to campus partners. In addition, the Coordinator will be responsible for hiring and supervising NSFP’s Student Project Coordinator team. This position reports to the Assistant Director of NSFP.

Master’s degree in college student personnel, higher education administration or related degree is required.

A minimum of one year of full-time professional experience in higher education is required. Successful candidates must have the ability to work effectively in teams and individually in a fast-paced environment. Demonstrated understanding of issues of diversity and inclusion; demonstrated leadership and effectiveness in promoting respect and appreciation for diversity and inclusion among students and families. Demonstrated knowledge of the needs of first-year and transfer students and their families and how to best program, serve, and communicate with these constituent groups.

Experience developing content for print and electronic communications, possess excellent verbal and written communications, proofreading, and editing skills, and have a proven record of sound judgement in the development of web and social media content. Proven ability to prioritize work appropriately and adapt easily to changing priorities as well as work independently on multiple tasks and deal effectively with conflicting priorities. Candidates must have a willingness to work some evenings and weekends.

Would prefer a candidate with previous experience in developing and implementing orientation and transition programs preferred as is experience in developing communications for new students and family members of college students. Experience with managing undergraduate students. Proficiency with design concepts, web content management systems, basic HTML, and Adobe InDesign and working knowledge of audio/video production and editing is also desired.

Institution: University of Maryland
Job Title: Program Coordinator
Full Posting: click here
Posted by AHEPPP on: October 5, 2018 

About Parent and Family Affairs

The Office of Parent and Family Affairs serves the parents and family members of the University of Maryland’s undergraduate population of more than 29,000 students. The mission of Parent and Family Affairs is to provide resources, services, and programs for parents and family members of undergraduate students that promote a constructive partnership to support student success. In an effort to enhance and strengthen the experience of parents and students, the Office of Parent and Family Affairs strives to accomplish the following objectives:

  • Serve as an advocate for parents and the University, both internally and externally, by facilitating communication and creating a climate that fosters mutual understanding;
  • Develop and implement programs and services that inform and educate parents and families about valuable resources, critical issues, and topics relevant to student success;
  • Design and sponsor programs that promote parent and family involvement in the life of the University and create opportunities for participation in their student's experience;
  • Provide revenue to support programs and services of the University of Maryland and the Division of Student Affairs.

Position Summary

The Program Coordinator works with the Director in the design, development, and implementation of programming and communication designed to engage parents and family members of the university’s undergraduate students in a constructive partnership to support student success. The Program Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of marketing, communications and publications; execution of on-campus and regional involvement/volunteer opportunities for parents/family members; facilitating collaborations with departments across the university; and assessment of programs and initiatives.


The functions and expectations of the position include but are not limited to the following:

  • Serve as information resource and assist in the general communication with parents and families by addressing parent questions and concerns via phone, email and publications, and acting as a liaison between parents and the university.
  • Assist with communications plan for Parent and Family Affairs and serve as the primary point of contact for parent and family communications.
  • Direct and lead production of publications, including eConnection monthly newsletter and Terrapin Family handbook, manage Terp Family website, and direct social media engagement with parents and families. Assist with development and editing of content for all mediums to achieve positive interactions and ensure proper messaging.
  • Assist in the coordination, planning and implementation of the university’s annual Family Weekend, including editing publications, programming, facilities reservations, and coordination of presenters and entertainment.
  • Recruit, train, schedule, and provide direction for Family Weekend Ambassadors (student staff) and volunteers.
  • Provide administrative support to the Parent/Family Advisory Council (PAC), including management of quarterly meetings and providing oversight for the Council’s committees.
  • Develop and coordinate regional involvement and volunteer opportunities for parents and families, including but not limited to regional receptions, Summer Send-Offs, and Undergraduate Admissions events.
  • Assist with coordination and execution of the Terp Families Alternative Break Project.
  • Implement online education opportunities for parents/families, including a webinar series designed to engage parents/family members in support of students.
  • Assist with presentations to parents during summer and winter parent orientation programs.
  • Conduct assessment and program evaluations to analyze programs and services on a regular basis. Develop databases and other records necessary to maintain longitudinal data on the efficacy of the programs. Conduct benchmarking to ensure efficacy of programs that reflect best practice.
  • Establish effective relationships and collaborate on messaging and programming with University departments, including Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Resident Life, Dining Services, University Health Center, University Counseling Center, Student Financial Services, Orientation, Alumni Association, etc.
  • Represent the office on Division of Student Affairs and university committees, and on regional/national organizations as appropriate.
  • Assist with special projects and other duties as assigned within the Office of Parent and Family Affairs.

Qualifications and Experience

The successful candidate for this position will possess the following:

  • Master’s degree in higher education, student affairs administration, or related field of study is required.
  • Minimum of two (2) years full-time professional work experience in higher education is required; experience in enrollment management, alumni relations, student activities, orientation, and/or academic advising is highly desired.
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills are required.
  • Demonstrated understanding of and experience working with parents/families of college students, including knowledge of FERPA and other applicable laws.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced and highly collaborative environment.
  • Proven ability to work independently, adapt to changing priorities, simultaneously manage multiple tasks, and work effectively with a diverse spectrum of people.
  • Demonstrated organizational and administrative skills with keen attention to detail.
  • Sound decision-making, judgment and ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Commitment to inclusion and working with diverse populations is critical.

Compensation and benefits: Upper 50s, commensurate with qualifications and experience. The University offers a comprehensive benefits package, including annual leave, sick leave, and tuition remission. The position is an exempt staff, full-time, 12-month appointment.

To apply: Apply online at, Position number 124341. When applying, please upload a PDF version of your cover letter, resume, and list of at least three professional references.

Deadline: For best consideration, apply by November 2, 2018. The position is open until filled.

More information: For questions or additional information, contact Brian Watkins, Director of Parent and Family Affairs, at [email protected].

Institution: Florida International University
Job Title: Program Manager – Operations and Technology
Full Posting:, Job ID 516113
Posted by AHEPPP: October 25, 2018

Florida International University is classified by Carnegie as a R1: Doctoral Universities - Highest Research Activity and recognized as a Carnegie engaged university. It is a public research university with colleges and schools that offers 196 bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs in fields such as engineering, computer science, international relations, architecture, law and medicine. As one of South Florida's anchor institutions, FIU contributes almost $9 billion each year to the local economy. FIU is Worlds Ahead in finding solutions to the most challenging problems of our time. FIU emphasizes research as a major component of its mission. FIU has awarded more than 220,000 degrees and enrolls more than 54,000 students in two campuses and three centers including FIU Downtown on Brickell, [email protected], and the Miami Beach Urban Studios. FIU's Medina Aquarius Program houses the Aquarius Reef Base, a unique underwater research facility in the Florida Keys. FIU also supports artistic and cultural engagement through its three museums: Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, the Wolfsonian-FIU, and the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. FIU is a member of Conference USA and more than 400 student-athletes participating in 18 sports. For more information about FIU, visit

About FIU Orientation and Family Programs

FIU Orientation and Family Program’s mission is to assist students and their families in their successful transition into the University and collegiate environment and to provide educational opportunities and experiences through academic and co-curricular endeavors, ultimately resulting in improved institutional retention and affinity. Approximately 16,000 new freshmen and transfer students complete our orientation programs on an annual basis.

Job Summary

Manages the day-to-day operations and objectives of orientation and family programming and departmental technology. Assumes responsibility for the overall success of the programs using skills in planning, technology, budgeting, and evaluation of initiatives, along with expertise in orientation, transition and family programs.


The functions and expectations of the position include but are not limited to the following:

  • Manages the day-to-day operations of orientation and family programming (overseeing sign-up, maintaining participant information, managing communication with participants, preparing materials for sessions). Provides logistical/administrative direction for orientation and family programming (maintaining records, reserving space and equipment, coordinating housing and meals, assisting with publication development). Establishes priorities, assigns functions, and assures compliance with applicable policies, procedures, and standards. Contributes to management strategy and participates in strategic planning, staffing decisions, policy development, and other key areas.
  • Serves as the lead for departmental technology including, but not limited to, Virtual Orientation, website, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems, social media, and equipment inventory and maintenance.
  • Assists in developing partnerships throughout the University to attain program goals and objectives. Participates as a member of various Division, campus, and university committees and represents department at various community and student functions. Determines communication strategy to promote orientation and family programming. Presents to professional and student groups.
  • Recommends or develops, as needed, a strategic plan for orientation and family programming and implements the strategic plan. Facilitates and evaluates quality improvement efforts and associated tools resulting in the recommendation and implementation of changes in policies, procedures and practices, as necessary. Advises senior management in implementing programs, new initiatives, and special projects.
  • Recruits, selects, trains, supervises and evaluates graduate summer interns and/or practicum students in accordance with the Division of Student Affairs and NODA Intern processes and procedures. Supports the year-long curriculum of training and development for all department student leaders to achieve specified learning outcomes and creates engagement opportunities for department student leader alumni.
  • Participates with senior managers to develop budget plans for the program and monitors expenditures and revenues, as necessary. Serves as a University card user for departmental transactions. Adheres to University credit card policies and procedures.  Occasionally handles cash transactions. May serve as the merchant account's primary contact. Handles sensitive cardholder information and/or processes credit card transactions for the department/unit.

Qualifications and Experience

Preferred candidates for this position will possess the following:

  • Master's degree in an appropriate specialization.
  • Minimum of two (2) years full-time professional work experience in higher education; experience in enrollment management, alumni relations, student activities, orientation, and/or academic advising.
  • Experience working with technology such as Student Information Systems (SIS), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), websites, online course development, social media, and Microsoft Office/SharePoint (advanced).
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to analyze data and show a strong attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated success working in a fast-paced and highly collaborative environment.
  • Culturally sensitivity and ability to relate to and support a diverse university community.

Compensation and benefits: $48,500-$52,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. The University offers a comprehensive benefits package, including annual leave, sick leave, and tuition remission. The position is an exempt staff, full-time, 12-month appointment.

To apply: Apply online at, Job ID 516113.

Deadline: For best consideration, apply by November 6, 2018. The position is open until filled.

More information: For questions or additional information, contact Marc Mobley, Associate Director of Orientation and Family Programs at [email protected].

Institution: University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Job Title: Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life
Full Posting: click here
Posted by AHEPPP on: October 25, 2018


The Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life is charged with providing oversight and direction to the affiliated students and recognized Greek organizations on campus, but will work primarily with the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and the Interfraternity Council (IFC).  This position will help strategically implement best practices, policies and initiatives designed to enhance the overall growth and development of these communities.  The individual in this role is expected to share responsibilities with the other Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life for the day to day operations needed to fully support the FSL community. This position requires evening and weekend hours.

The Assistant Director is a team member in the Office of the Dean of Students and reports to the Associate Dean of Students for Student and Family Engagement. 

Council Advisement (NPHC and IFC)

  • Actively advise the executive officers of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and the Interfraternity Council (IFC) and hold regular one-on-one meetings with council leadership
  • Attend weekly executive council and general assembly meetings for both councils and oversee any sponsored council programs and events
  • Serve as the primary advisor and point of contact for all coordinated recruitment/intake efforts for these governing councils
  • Develop and facilitate educational workshops for council officers, general membership and chapter advisors addressing relevant student and community issues
  • Establish best practices for increasing student success indicators
  • Aid in the management, compilation, and distribution of statistical information and database reports
  • Help appropriately address and resolve conduct and risk management incidents
  • Assist with the management of council portals on MocSync 

Community Development

  • Assist other staff and councils with the implementation of large community wide programs to help foster a sense of community among all Greek organizations
  • Partner with the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs to develop fundraising and alumni engagement opportunities for NPHC, IFC and their member organizations
  • Cultivate and maintain positive working relationships with affiliated students, alumni advisers, regional leadership, corporation board officers, house directors, inter/national officers and headquarters, and community officials.
  • Collaborate with the other Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life to implement accessibility initiative for council and community wide programs

Fraternity & Sorority Life Administrative Duties

  • Develop, implement, and enforce all University policies, including Fraternity and Sorority Life expectations around membership, reporting, academic excellence, etc.
  • Assist with the development and execution of Fraternity and Sorority Life sponsored programs (i.e. FSLA, FSLEI, Greek Show, Advisor Trainings, etc.)
  • Help develop short-term, long-term goals and objectives related to Fraternity and Sorority Life
  • Share budgetary oversight of the FSL account, ensuring that expenditures are appropriate and in compliance with University Fiscal Policies
  • Assist with the hiring and selection of the FSL Graduate Assistant and Graduate Summer Interns

Additional Responsibilities

  • Attend appropriate University functions and campus events to maintain visibility/approachability
  • Assist with other events/programs sponsored by the area of Student and Family Engagement and other units within the Office of the Dean of Students
  • Serve on office and divisional program initiatives and university committees
  • Establish positive working relationships with campus partners and key stakeholders
  • Stay abreast of current trends related to fraternity and sorority life
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • Master's degree in college student personnel administration, higher education, student affairs or other relevant discipline required.
  • A minimum of one to three years of full-time experience advising fraternities and sororities in a professional role, particularly National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) affiliated organizations; will consider two years of graduate assistant experience as one year of full time experience
  • Knowledge of issues and trends relevant to fraternities and sororities
  • Knowledge of applicable standards, policies and best practices with the fraternity/sorority industry, particularly related to National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC)
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Demonstrated skills in advising, organizational development, motivating students and conflict resolution
  • Proven ability to facilitate educational programs and/or workshops focused on issues relevant to fraternities and sororities
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently in setting priorities to ensure that responsibilities are carried out in an accurate and timely fashion
  • Ability and willingness to function as a member of a team
  • Ability to interact effectively with students, faculty, staff and community members of diverse backgrounds

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of student and leadership development theories/concepts
  • Active involvement with an applicable association (i.e. AFA) on a regional or national level
  • Knowledge of applicable standards, policies and best practices within the fraternity/sorority industry, particularly related to general risk management/harm reduction policies and practices
  • Ability to conduct assessment and evaluation of educational programs and initiatives based on learning outcomes