Lafayette College is excited to identify our next Associate Director of Student Involvement/Advisor to Fraternities and Sororities. The Associate Director is an essential member of the Campus Life team and is responsible for helping create a vibrant student engagement experience.
The Associate Director of Student Involvement/Advisor to Fraternities and Sororities serves as an integral part of the Student Involvement Office and is the primary resource for the College’s fraternity and sorority system, which includes 12 chapters and roughly 750 students (39% of upperclass students). This position provides support, advisement, & educational programming for students and student leaders affiliating with Lafayette’s fraternity and sorority community utilizing best practices, student development theory, and assessment. The position works closely with Greek alumni, parents, community members, and national chapters. The Associate Director reports to the Director of Student Involvement and works closely with other members of the Campus Life team on student learning outcomes and student development.
The ideal candidate will possess a working knowledge of student development theory, relevant legal issues, student affairs best practices, learning outcomes and program assessment, and challenges and opportunities associated with Greek life. The successful candidate will be able to apply strong interpersonal and administrative skills to creating partnerships with Greek chapters, alumni, and colleagues, show a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and be dedicated to the wholistic growth of students. The candidate should be committed to the type of success described in the Division of Campus Life mission and goals for student learning. (https://campuslife.lafayette.edu/division-of-campus-life/)
Master’s Degree in Student Personnel, Counseling or a related field preferred. 3-5 years of Greek Life experience required (some may be at the undergraduate level). Professional experience with fraternity and sorority programs, students group advising, and student affairs administration desired. Understanding policies of national fraternal organizations. Demonstrated organizational and communication skills. Membership in a nationally recognized fraternity preferred.
Twelve-month appointment; Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Excellent benefits package that includes medical insurance, retirement benefits, and 22 vacation days in addition to College recognized holidays. Weekend and evening work are often necessary to accomplish expected
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