Program Coordinator in Fraternity & Sorority Life
The University of Virginia Division of Student Affairs invites applications for the Program Coordinator role in Fraternity & Sorority Life. The University’s mission to develop engaged citizen-leaders is the foundation of the division’s work, which is guided by six core values: academic rigor, diversity and inclusion, health and wellness, honor, public service, and student self-governance. The division consists of over 200 employees within the Office of the Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer, Dean of Students; Student Health and Wellness; the University Career Center; Housing and Residence Life; and the Office of African American Affairs — all working together, for and alongside students, to create the distinctive student experience for which UVA is known. This position is a full-time, twelve-month University managerial and professional staff position with benefits. Program Coordinator positions are restricted positions with a 3-year term.
The Program Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) serves as part of the team supporting the approximately 28% of undergraduate students who are members of one of the University’s 60 Greek-letter organizations. The Program Coordinator will support students and chapters that are part of the four councils: the Inter-Fraternity, Inter-Sorority, National Pan-Hellenic, and Multicultural Greek councils. The Program Coordinator (PC) will work directly with students and collaborate with other departments with a primary focus in five areas: programmatic support, student support, advising, recruitment, and leadership development.
- Assist in the planning and organization of programming and educational opportunities, including, but not limited to, council retreats, council/chapter transition, officer trainings, Presidents Council, risk prevention/harm reduction, hazing, alcohol and other drugs, new member experience, social justice, sexual assault prevention, and accountability. Ensure that all chapters are registered and using the event management platform: Hoos Involved (Presence). Complete special projects and administrative assignments as needed (e.g., grade reports, rosters, Greek Awards, supervision of student staff, etc.).
Student Support Responsibilities
- Mentor, train, advise, and/or supervise the student leaders of the four Greek councils, and serve as FSL liaison to designated chapters.
- Assist students in problem-solving and respond appropriately to challenges and/or crises. Establish and maintain good working relationships and collaborations with chapter advisors and (inter)national headquarters. Serve as a resource to stakeholders, such as alumni, community, and parents/families.
- Serve as the primary advisor to the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC). Attend regular IFC meetings and mentor the President and Executive Officers as they further the goals and mission of their council and the FSL Office.
- Advise/manage the recruitment and new member process to ensure it follows North American Interfraternity Conference and university policies. Help students utilize the recruitment software (Campus Director) to maintain records and track recruitment statistics. Assist and support councils in preparation for safe and inclusive recruitment and intake processes.
- Develop leadership opportunities for students, which may include President’s Academy, House Manager Training, student workshops, etc.
Qualifications for all Program Coordinator positions include:
Required Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree or equivalent in counseling, higher education, student affairs administration, or other related field preferred. 1-3 years of relevant work experience; experience as an undergraduate or graduate student will be considered.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Experience with organization(s) affiliated with all four Greek councils in some capacity. Awareness of specific trends and issues affecting fraternity and sorority communities, including legal issues, programming, and national councils. Demonstrated commitment to social justice, equity, and belonging. Strong oral, digital, and written communication skills. Ability to coordinate resources, evaluate information, and identify alternative solutions. Attention to detail with excellent organizational skills, including proven ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, determine priorities, and meet deadlines. Ability to work independently and as part of a team and to develop mutually beneficial relationships with various University partners (e.g., faculty, staff, school deans). Personal characteristics include innovation, creativity, the ability to work with diverse groups of people, and being a self-starter who can thrive in an environment that is developing, growing, and changing. Must be flexible and willing to work extended hours and weekends as necessary and to recognize the need to do so independently. Developed ability to supervise and work alongside students and student leaders within a highly student self-governed environment. Understanding student development, identity development, intersections, and complexity of social identities. Experience with assessment and data-driven decision-making.
The anticipated hiring range for this position is $45,000.00 to $55,000.00 and is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
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Positions are open until filled but applicant review will begin in mid-July 2022. Start date negotiable (late July/August). Please note that multiple documents can be uploaded in the "Resume" box. Applications that do not contain all the required documents will not receive full consideration. The selected candidate will pass a background check. For information regarding the position or the application process, please contact Michele Jarman at email@example.com.
This is primarily a sedentary job involving extensive use of desktop computers. The job does occasionally require traveling some distance to attend meetings and programs.
Located in central Virginia, the University of Virginia is a highly selective public research institution with a major commitment to undergraduate education. The student experience is grounded in the institutional core values of academic rigor, diversity and inclusion, health and wellness, honor, public service, and student self-governance. For more information about the University of Virginia and the Office of the Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer, visit http://www.virginia.edu
The University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women, racial minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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