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The Associate Director for Leadership & Program Development supports the mission of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) and Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) by providing advising and programming support for students and student groups (800+) throughout the IU community, specifically with the 7,200+ member fraternity and sorority community.
Creates conditions which foster student learning through experiences which promote civic engagement, philanthropy, leadership, health and safety, and inclusion. Responsible for student involvement and engagement experiences which enhance learning and promote retention. Ensures congruence between departmental functions and institutional, divisional, and departmental vision, mission and strategies. Responsible for advising, programming, and providing support services for the fraternity and sorority community. Provides oversight for leadership and membership development, as well as risk management and prevention programming. Provides administrative oversight with the Assistant Dean of Students and the Associate Director for Standards and Accountability as a part of the leadership team for OSFL and reports to the Assistant Dean for Sorority and Fraternity Life. Supervises staff who provide programming and support for leadership development, education, prevention education, alumni and volunteer engagement. May be asked to serve on campus-wide committees, task forces and work groups. Works closely with the campus counterparts who work on leadership development, student organizations and wellness initiatives. Assists the Assistant Dean with fiscal oversight associated with the Greek Fee, including coordination and oversight of the Greek Advisory Funding Board responsible for distributing funds in accordance with the Greek Fee, and providing recommendations for the annual office budget. Provides oversight for education provided out of OSFL in the areas of leadership development, health and wellness, alumni engagement, advisor and facility director educational workshops. Provides one-on-one advising to council and chapter leaders. Oversees and coordinates development and distribution of marketing materials for OSFL and in partnership with the fraternity / sorority Councils. Supervises professional, para-professional graduate students, and student employees. Provides resources, policy, interpretation, and referral service information regarding sorority and fraternity life to students, faculty, staff and campus partners, and serves as a liaison with inter / national volunteers and fraternity / sorority headquarters staff. Responsible for knowledge and expertise in higher education legal issues to integrate policy and governance, student learning and student development theory, cultural competencies, counseling and/or social work theories, finance and fundraising, and evaluation and research.
Master's degree in Education, Social Work, Psychology or a closely related field and four years of professional level work in student affairs or a related field.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Team oriented. Excellent communication skills including ability to work with a diverse population of students. Knowledge of computer technology including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and ability to utilize databases.
Professional certifications for counseling or student development.
Working Conditions / Demands
Requires the ability to work on multiple projects during a single day, to prioritize many activities, to communicate with a wide range of constituents, and to write effectively and professionally. Mental concentration is intense and required. Must be able to work regularly on a computer. Ability to work hours outside of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Ability to travel out of town, on occasion.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3SA
Job Function: Student Services
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