Fraternity & Sorority
Life Coordinators, Division of Student Affairs
James Madison University
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life is currently
recruiting two coordinators to work in student facing roles with
our Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council. The FSL
Coordinator role is a dynamic position with work that spans
multiple functional areas including: Student Activities,
Programming, Conduct, Housing, and Leadership Development.
The Fraternity & Sorority Life Office at James Madison
University is home to a vibrant and dynamic community, with
over 4,400 students, 19 IFC Fraternities, 12 Panhellenic
Sororities, and 13 ICGC Chapters totaling approximately
23% of the student population. Our office is housed in the
Division of Student Affairs under the Student Life department
working closely with colleagues in Student Activities and
Involvement, Off-Campus Life, Student Leadership Center, Office of
Residence Life and the Center for Multicultural Student Services.
Fraternity & Sorority Life is looking for people who are
passionate about the Fraternal experience and enjoy challenging
students to live their values each and everyday.
Advising and programmatic responsibilities depend on the
specific council assignment, but generally requires someone who is
passionate about the fraternal experience and guiding students to
build their capacity as leaders and engaged citizens.
- Supervision of Undergraduate & Graduate Staff
- Advising assigned council & chapter presidents
- Manage council Recruitment & New Member Process
- Lead expansion/extension efforts of assigned council
- Use assessment results to inform resource allocation, program
improvement, and marketing processes.
- On-Call Assignments as part of a rotating
- Budget Management of assigned council.
- Masters Degree in Higher Education and/or related
- Demonstrate experience relevant to the duties and
responsibilities (graduate school assistantship work
- Be highly skilled in both the development of materials for, and
the delivery of, impactful and engaging presentations, training
sessions, and workshops.
- Be knowledgeable in basic marketing skills, social media
platforms, recruitment techniques, and supervisory skills
- Be current on research and trends in the field of Fraternity
& Sorority Life
- Be proficient in Microsoft Office software.
- Possess the ability to lift light objects of 25 pounds or
- This role requires flexible hours, such a late week nights and
- Membership in a Greek Letter Social
To apply to the Panhellenic Council position, go
or visit JobLink.jmu.edu and reference posting number F1658. Pay
To apply to the Interfraternity Council position, go
or visit JobLink.jmu.edu and reference posting number F1659. Pay
James Madison University is an equal opportunity employer
committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive work
and educational community that is free of all forms of
discrimination. This institution does not tolerate discrimination
or harassment on the basis of age, color, disability, gender
identity or expression, genetic information, national origin,
parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual
orientation or veteran status.