Schedule: 40 hours a week/M-F
Position Overview :
Coordinates and execute specific activities, programs, and services
for student organizations, student leadership programs and other
campus activities. Provide information and resources for students,
parents, and University staff related to campus programming.
Participate in program development and make recommendations.
Prepare and review expenditures related to department and
fee-funded group budgets. Promote safety and compliance in
Department Specific Essential Job Functions :
The successful candidate for this position will be someone who
believes in the fraternity & sorority experience, as well as
serves as a steward for creating meaningful experiences for
students. This person must be able to establish rapport and
professional relationships with our student community. In addition,
this person serves as a resource for faculty, staff, and as an
advocate for students to facilitate cooperation and understanding
of the unique characteristics and benefits of the Greek system.
They will design, implement, and evaluate programs that enhance the
social and academic effectiveness of the Greek community. Reports
to the Director of Student Engagement.
Specifically, the coordinator oversees and provides support and
advisement to the Interfraternity Council and the National
Panhellenic Council. In addition, the coordinator advises the Greek
Programming Board and is responsible for the Greek Life social
media accounts. The successful candidate will work collaboratively
with a fellow coordinator who advises the Panhellenic Council and
the Multicultural Greek Council. Together, the coordinators serve
as liaisons to the national offices, regional advisors, and
faculty/staff sponsors of all Greek chapters. The coordinator will
participates/attend national and regional conferences regarding
fraternity/sorority life. Other duties include coordinating special
projects and training sessions. Some evening and weekends. Performs
other duties as assigned. Reports to the Director of Student
College/Department Overview :
The Office of Student Engagement purposefully develops students and
programs that create experiences which lead to growth,
opportunities that become memories, and meaningful connections that
lead to lasting relationships. We strive to foster a festive and
memorable environment that encourages inclusivity, lifelong
learning, community engagement, and a commitment to Central.
Values: Commitment to Central, Festive & Memorable, Spirit of
Service, 2nd Home, Personal Growth, and Intentionality.
Requires a bachelor's degree in field plus 2+ years of relevant
experience in the chosen field or 5+ years of equivalent work
experience that provides knowledge of and exposure to fundamental
theories, principles, and concepts. Requires the application of
expertise in a chosen field to achieve results.
Experience in student affairs, programming, and fraternity/sorority
life. Master's degree in counseling or college student
Will this employee supervise others?
Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements) may
be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to
perform essential functions.