Director of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs

The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs is a key staff member in Bucknell University's Division of Student Affairs, reporting to the Associate Dean of Students for Living, Learning & Leadership and supervising two Assistant Directors, collectively supporting all aspects of the fraternity and sorority community. Living, Learning & Leadership at Bucknell University provides intentional educational experiences for students that support the academic mission of the University. We are a team of 12 full-time professionals who lead the areas of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, Residential Education, First-Year Experience, Student Leadership Programs, and Housing Services. By centering student learning and affording students the authorship of their own Bucknell experience, we thoughtfully cultivate residential and leadership opportunities to advance individual growth and development. We are committed to diversity and inclusiveness, wellness, and personal development. As a team, we challenge ourselves to strive for excellence. This position is a full-time, 12-month, exempt, benefits eligible position and requires some evening and weekend work. Job Duties:  -Develop strategic initiatives, programs, and policies to support and strengthen Bucknell's national fraternity and sorority system within a residential, liberal context. -Create and implement The Standards, a guiding set of expectations governing the fraternity and sorority community that establishes a system and protocol to remain in good standing and a means to assess each chapter's programs and goals. -Provide supervision, review, support, and professional mentorship to two Assistant Directors of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. -In collaboration with the Assistant Directors of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, advise the established governing councils (IFC, Panhellenic), Peer Advisers, Greek Honorary Societies (Order of Omega), and chapter presidents and executive boards. -Develop and implement student leadership initiatives and programming that engender a fraternal community characterized by collegial engagement and social responsibility, including, but not limited to Fraternity and Sorority 101, Peer Adviser training and New Member Education. -Engage the Alumni Greek Council and work collaboratively with members of the alumni community. -Oversee the Council on Greek Life, comprised of a variety of University stakeholders working to advance the fraternal community. -Develop training, communicate expectations, and establish a support structure for faculty and alumni Chapter Advisers, Alumni Advisory Boards and Housing Corporations. -Uphold all policies and procedures of the University and assist with fraternity and sorority conduct processes, ensuring congruence with University, council and national headquarter procedures and best practices. -Develop, implement and assess risk management policies and procedures for all chapters and the Greek-letter community. -Supervise the recruitment efforts of fraternities and sororities, the expansion, colonization/recolonization, and chartering processes in accordance with appropriate University, international headquarter, National Interfraternity, and National Panhellenic Council guidelines. -Manage the budgetary process for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. -Oversee the management of university-owned chapter facilities. -Prepare and submit reports detailing GPA, recruitment and membership statistics and maintain the website and social presence. Departmental and Divisional Responsibilities -Represent the Fraternity & Sorority Affairs by serving on University committees -Attend and actively participate in office, departmental and divisional staff meetings, retreats and trainings. -Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, including staff, faculty, students, alumni, parents, and international headquarters staff, to advance the goals of the office, division and University. -Maintain a high degree of visibility and availability to students, faculty and staff members. -Manage complex and sensitive issues with compassion and confidentiality. -Complete other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications:  -Master's degree in college student personnel, higher education administration, education or a related field -Five years of professional experience working within Fraternity & Sorority Affairs -Five years of progressively responsible experience leading, managing, and supervising professionals -Knowledge of and a working understanding of fraternity and sorority affairs and risk management policies in a residential university setting -Ability to effectively interface with a wide variety of constituents including students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and community members -Strong commitment to student growth and development 496161
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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