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Greek Life Coordinator

Responsibilities: Assume primary responsibility for the supervision and evaluation, recruitment, selection, and training of the greek life staff. Ensure that all fraternity and sorority students enjoy a living environment that is physically and emotionally safe, secure, and supportive of the educational process, and is designed to hold individuals and groups responsible for their behavior.  Provide a living environment that is committed to enhancing the university experience by providing, academic, educational, cultural, recreational, and interpersonal programs within the greek community. Represent student issues and concerns to the campus at large with the intention of enhancing student support and the quality of campus life at the university.

Special qualifications: This position requires expertise in college fraternity and sorority systems and current topics in student life in higher education.May be primary representative of the university’s greek system to external constituencies (parents, alumni, community leaders, etc.). Can serve as part of an on-call system within the university. Strong supervisory skills are required, excellent interpersonal skills and conflict resolution techniques, extensive experience in the preparation and presentation of leadership workshops, knowledge of current legal trends with experience in student judicial board procedures, and understanding of facility planning and management.

Experience: At least five to seven years of progressively increasing responsibility in greek life. Many schools with a larger greek system require even more experience.

Education: A master's degree or higher in higher education administration or a related field is preferred.

Core competencies: Intercultural Proficiency, Planning, Student Learning


Updated Jan. 20, 2013