University of Idaho
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life and Community
$41,862 per year or higher based on education and
The Assistant Director provides leadership to the Department of
Student Involvement through development and oversight of
campus-wide days of service and food insecurity initiatives, while
serving a key role in chapter support services for over 30
Greek-letter organizations and over 1,600 affiliated students
within the fraternity and sorority community. This is a blended
position with responsibility for the development of campus-wide
programming around volunteerism, coordination of the Vandal Food
Pantry program and student organization advising. The Assistant
Director provides supervision to full-time professional staff
members and student employees/graduate student(s). The Assistant
Director also supports the overall community through coordination
of assessment and data management of student organizations and
departmental initiatives. This position reports to the Director of
Fraternity & Sorority Life and collaborates with the entire DSI
team, and colleagues within the Division of Student Affairs, to
support student learning and development through community
building, advocacy, and student engagement.
The Assistant Director will:
- Create and implement days of service events, community service
activities, and educational programming around volunteerism in the
fraternity/sorority community and campus wide.
- Serve as the departmental lead and coordinator for the Vandal
Food Pantry program.
- Advise and provide intentional leadership/organizational
development for at least one fraternity/sorority governing council
(i.e., Multicultural Greek Council, Panhellenic Association,
Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council).
- Advise, support, and serve as the primary liaison for a
portfolio of Greek-letter organizations.
- Oversee departmental record keeping and data management.
- Train, supervise, and evaluate professional staff, student
staff and departmental interns.
- Support the day to day advising and oversight of the Fraternity
& Sorority Life unit, within the Department of Student
- Assist the Department of Student Involvement staff and the
Division of Student Affairs with new initiatives to support student
learning and development.
- Participate in working with staff in student affairs programs
as necessary or assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in College Student Personnel, Non-profit
management, Higher Education Administration, Student Services,
Educational Leadership, Counseling, Adult Organizational Learning
and Leadership or related field.
- Two years of experience in a student affairs/higher education
setting, community service agency and/or experience in a
fraternity/sorority leadership consultant or similar headquarters
- Experience with and understanding advising strategies for
- Experience in creation and implementation of service learning
and volunteer programs.
- Experience with identifying, assessing, developing, and
presenting educational programs and training activities.
- Experience with inter/national fraternity and sorority policies
and procedures, and national trends in fraternities and sororities
as it pertains to legal issues and programming.
- Experience planning and implementing projects including
managing the development of projects, timelines, assessment, and
reporting and adjusting priorities quickly as circumstances
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
- Master’s Degree or in process of completing a graduate program
in College Student Personnel, Non-profit management, Higher
Education Administration, Student Services, Educational Leadership,
Counseling, Adult Organizational Learning and Leadership or related
- Experience advising and designing curriculum focusing on
holistic development for chapters and councils from the
North-American Interfraternity Council (NIC), North American
Latino/a Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), National APIDA
Panhellenic Association (NAPA), National Multicultural Greek
Council (NMGC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and the
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) groups.
- Demonstrated understanding of educational and learning
processes; group dynamics; student development theory.
- 3+ years professional experience effectively interacting with
students, faculty and administrators in a college or university
- Member of inter/national sorority or fraternity.
- Experience writing and administering grants.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Open Until Filled:
Please provide a letter of qualification addressing the
required and preferred experience and education. This document
should be more detailed than a traditional cover letter and should
address the position qualifications.
This position is open until filled, however applications received
by midnight July 22, 2021 will receive first
Applicants who are selected as final
possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative