Relocation expenses, one time payment of $1,000 (before taxes)
Professional Development Funds
The Coordinator, Fraternity and Sorority Life participate in the development and implementation of programs for sororities, fraternities, and governing Councils. The Coordinator supports student retention and engagement initiatives by providing opportunities for students to engage in fraternities and sororities.
Typical duties include but are not limited to:
Provides comprehensive advising and leadership services to selected Sororities, Fraternities, and Governing Councils (Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Association) in organizational leadership, program development, wellness programming, risk management, budget management, and membership development and recruitment.
Develops and implements programs to enhance and provide opportunities for students to engage in campus fraternities and sororities.
Works collaboratively with administrators in the development, implementation, documentation, and enforcement of program policies and procedures.
Creates and implements evaluations, assessment, and student retention and engagement strategic goals to assess and report growth and effectiveness of fraternities and sororities to supervisor and appropriate stakeholders.
Identifies opportunities for improvement that enables the program to achieve its strategic goals.
Advises and collaborates with campus partners to provide students with resources, support, referral, and advocacy.
Develops budget recommendations and assists with developing activities and services budget requests.
Monitors and complies with all fiscal expenditures and guidelines in accordance with university policies and procedures.
Develops, administers and analyzes continuous assessment of programs. Prepares and evaluates statistical, analytical, and narrative reports to be used for decision making and program improvement.
Plans and coordinates events, seminars, presentations, and workshops that support student retention and engagement strategic goals.
Develops and maintains the department’s publications, website, and social media presence.
Serves as a liaison to organization stakeholders, including chapter advisors, alumni volunteers, inter/national offices, and parents.
Recruits, hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates OPS and part-time student employees. Maintains work schedules, timesheets, and payroll action forms.
Serves on department as well as cross-campus committees for special event planning and programming. Chairs University Hazing Prevention Team.
Ensures that program competencies and learning outcomes are incorporated into all programming.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and two years of professional full-time work experience in Fraternity/Sorority Life, Student Involvement, Leadership Development, or related field or a Master’s degree from and accredited institution in an appropriate area of specialization.
Two years of professional full-time work experience in Fraternity/Sorority Life, Student Involvement, Leadership Development, or related field.
Any appropriate combination of relevant education, experience, and/or certifications may be considered.
Four years of professional full-time experience in in fraternity/sorority life, student involvement, leadership development, or related field.
Undergraduate membership in an inter/national Fraternity or Sorority.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of student intellectual, emotional and social development theory, techniques and research.
Knowledge of student organization structures, leadership development design, and student development theories.
Knowledge of FERPA regulations for handling student records.
Knowledge of University programs and policies and Florida State Board of Education policies and rules.
Knowledge of or ability to learn student information systems (Banner).
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize and complete simultaneous projects within deadlines.
Ability to effectively manage the work of others by providing information, guidance and motivation.
Ability to interact in a professional manner with a diverse group of staff, faculty, students, and the community in a service-oriented environment.
Ability to work successfully as both a member of a team and independently.
Ability to take initiative to plan, organize, coordinate and perform work when numerous and diverse demands are involved.
Ability to think critically and creatively, have a high standard of integrity, and be motivated to incorporate best practices into the organizational structure.
Ability to operate a personal computer with proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook).
Ability to operate personal computers with proficiency and learn new applications and systems.