The Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) provides vision and leadership for all aspects of fraternity and sorority life at the University. They develop programs and initiatives and work with various internal and external constituents to enhance the quality of the fraternity and sorority experience. The Coordinator of FSL oversees long and short‐range goal and strategy development, program planning, marketing, expansion and assessment for Greek Councils under their advisement. They are responsible for collecting, tracking, and analyzing data and developing policy recommendations based on this research. They will work with Fraternity and Sorority alumni, chapter advisors, community groups and individual fraternities and sororities. The staff of Student Engagement provides leadership and advising on issues unique to the FSL community, on‐campus FSL programming, and risk and liability management. This position will work closely with the Student Engagement staff towards unification with the Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Multicultural Greek Council and Panhellenic Association.
The Coordinator of FSL will advise student leaders on the development and implementation of programs, applicable policies and procedures, risk management, leadership development and organization management. Advising and programming should use a holistic approach with emphasis on enhancing individual and student organization development. Knowledge and understanding of fraternity and sorority systems, national and regional trends, policies, procedures, governance, organizational development and recruitment processes. The position requires considerable evening, weekend and on call commitments.
Advise national sororities and fraternities in the areas of risk management, relationships with individual national headquarters, local alumni chapters, and other activities with fraternities and sororities on and off campus, including working with housed chapters.
Support and advise one or more of the four Greek councils (Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Association) This position will focus on advising the Interfraternity Council specifically.
Advise students on program development, policies and processes, risk management and leadership. Programming (40%)
Work with the Director, Associate Director, and Assistant Director of Student Engagement to advocate for Greek lettered fraternities and sororities These interactions are meant to develop students socially and academically by instilling in them a level of personal responsibility that will aid them both inside and outside of the classroom.
Works with the Director, Associate Director, and Assistant Director of Student Engagement to provide direction and guidance in program development, delivery, and assessment of departmental programming efforts. The allocation of resources and efforts should revolve around the development of students socially and academically to enhance the overall academic experience of the student both inside and outside of the classroom.
Assist with facilitating and instructing faculty and alumni advisors for Greek-Lettered organizations/other groups on advising, mentoring, and student development theories.
Develop research data analysis on growing and developing trends in Fraternity and Sorority Life and programmatic schemes.
Administrative & Other Duties (10%):
Work with the Director, Associate Director, and Assistant Director of Student Engagement to advocate for Greek lettered fraternities and sororities These interactions are meant to develop the student socially and academically by instilling in them a level of personal responsibility that will aid them both inside and outside of the classroom.
The Coordinator of FSL is on call at various times to respond to emergency situations with fraternities and sororities. These include matters involving student welfare and safety concerns. The immediate response of staff to these situations helps to prevent, or at least minimize, behavior and/or conditions that could cause serious harm to our students physically, or legally.
Represents The Department of Student Engagement on various university committees.
Other duties as assigned.
A Master's degree and 1 year of experience; or Bachelor's degree and 3 years of experience.
Demonstrated knowledge of all fraternity and sorority umbrella organizations and student development theory
Full time or Part time: Full Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: 000751
Organizational Unit Overview:
The Division of Student Affairs actively contributes to the mission of the University by providing programs and services designed to enhance the intellectual, social, ethical, physical, cultural, and spiritual development of our students. The Division seeks to enrich our students' lives by creating an inclusive and welcoming environment that fosters an appreciation for life-long learning, individual responsibility, and human diversity. The Department of Student Engagement promotes lifelong learning, friendship, and service for fraternity and sorority members. Sorority and Fraternity membership will be enhanced through development of leadership, networking, and career-life skills
The Department of Student Engagement is support by the Student Involvement and Leadership (SIL) unit within East Carolina University's Division of Student Affairs. SIL enhances the educational experience for all students by helping to build a sense of campus community through a wide variety of programs and services for individuals and student groups. Through a broad range of co-curricular, cultural, educational, recreational, and social programs, SIL supports the university's commitments of student success, public service, and regional transformation. The unit is composed of six departments; Student Engagement, Intercultural Affairs, Student Transitions, Career Services, Center for Student Success, and Student Centers. This position reports directly to the Associate Director of Student Engagement for Fraternity and Sorority Life.
To be a national model for student success, public service and regional transformation, East Carolina University uses innovative learning strategies and delivery methods to maximize access; prepares students with the knowledge, skills and values to succeed in a global, multicultural society; develops tomorrow's leaders to serve and inspire positive change; discovers new knowledge and innovations to support a thriving future for eastern North Carolina and beyond; transforms health care, promotes wellness, and reduces health disparities; and improves qualify of life through cultural enrichment, academics, the arts, and athletics. We accomplish our mission through education, research, creative activities, and service while being good stewards of the resources entrusted to us. East Carolina University delivers on the promise of opportunity. We open doors. We improve lives. We transform the present, and we discover the future. In these ways and more, we serve our community, our state, our nation and our world as together we reach toward our greatest potential. Tomorrow starts here.