Serves as a primary advisor for leadership positions from the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and Multi-Cultural Greek Council (MCGC).
Supports the mission of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) and Student Life and Learning (SLL) by providing an extensive span of professional work in advising and programming support for students and student groups (800+) throughout the IU community, specifically with the 8,000 member fraternity and sorority community.
This includes but is not limited to:
Providing an extensive span of professional work in advising and programming support for 8,000 member fraternity and sorority community.
Providing advising and support for the four governing councils, and a portion of the 76 individual chapters (i.e. risk reduction, leadership development, academic program support, accountability, community service and philanthropy programs, crisis management, documentation, and university policy interpretation).
Administering applicable campus policies and procedures; and provides emergency response and crisis intervention to the fraternity and sorority community when needed.
Addresses student issues, including but not limited to eating disorders, sexual harassment and assault, mental health, relationship violence, hazing, alcohol, and other drugs. Oversees and facilitates at least two major curriculum initiatives (Community Leadership Initiatives, Alcohol Skills Training Program, etc.), and provides direction and leadership in one special interest area (conduct, education or assessment and awards). Provides resources, policy interpretation, and referral service information to aid in student retention. Works with faculty and academic staff to identify problems, creates relationships, and improves effectiveness of services and courses. Works with colleagues and teams to develop, assess, and implement behavior change action plans for organizational misconduct. Supervises at least two student employees, or para-professional graduate students.
Creates and executes event planning, conducting assessment, tracking data, program redevelopment and evaluation. Coordinates and collaborates with campus partners, other departments, and stakeholders; and attends appropriate fraternity and sorority functions and campus events to maintain visibility/approachability. Participates in on-going strategic planning process and develops long-term goals and annual objectives related to Fraternity and Sorority Life. Provides presentations and training to appropriate campus offices and academic departments on programming, student organizations, and fraternity and sorority culture and student behaviors. Assists with all SLL related programs and activities; and serves as hearing officer for Office of Student Ethics sexual misconduct cases and for organizational misconduct cases.
REQUIRED: Master's degree in education, social work, psychology, or closely related field and three years of professional level work in student affairs or related field.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills including ability to interact and communicate effectively with a wide range of constituents, work with a diverse population of students, and write effectively and professionally. Strong organizational and time management skills including ability to work on multiple projects during a single day and prioritize many activities. Ability to be team-oriented.
Professional certifications for counseling or student development; Certification for the administration and interpretation of psychological instruments (e.g., the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator).
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Must be able to work outside of normal business hours and occasionally travel out of town.
This position will require some limited physical demands including setting up/breaking down event, program or fair displays, laptops, etc. weighing up to 50 pounds several times per year.
Must be able to transport student assignments and class materials to and from classrooms, and stand for long periods of time while teaching and presenting. One-on-one and group meetings require concentration and the ability to work with interruptions or distractions. These meetings also require an ability to listen effectively and synthesize complex information and relations quickly and accurately. Accurately grading and meticulously proofreading assignments, professional projects, etc. and can cause some visual strain, as can processing large amounts of e-mail. Mental concentration is intense and as much work is performed on a computer, including typing.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3SA
Department: STUDENT LIFE AND LEARNING (BL-SACT-IUBLA)
Internal Number: 64895
About Indiana University
Founded in 1820, Indiana University is the state’s public university system, comprised of two core campuses—IU-Bloomington and IUPUI—and six regional campuses located throughout the state. Combined, the total student population is more than 114,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional school students. IU is one of the largest employers in the state, with over 20,000 faculty and staff. Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. Diversity and inclusion remains a core commitment to IU’s mission to cultivate an educational environment that supports equal access, participation and representation on all of its campuses and that provides educational and career opportunities for all.