About the Job

East Stroudsburg University
# REQ 1833
East Stroudsburg University's Student Affairs Department currently seeks a Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Volunteer Services. The Coordinator is responsible for the overall management and development of Greek Life programs including advising, developing, organizing, monitoring, and assessing the Greek Life program, events and activities. The Coordinator's approach should be rooted in student development theories which challenges and supports the growth of individual members and the Greek community as a whole. He/she is expected to build and sustain healthy, cohesive relationships within the Greek community that fosters growth among leadership within the fraternities and sororities as well the governing councils.
The Coordinator is also responsible for coordinating University-sponsored student volunteer programs, including assessing, monitoring and tabulating volunteer hours. He/she is also responsible for the management and administration of University's student volunteer activities by supporting and promoting curricular and co-curricular volunteer service through a wide range of volunteer activities and opportunities, on and off campus, coordinated with other University divisions and departments. As part of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education, ESU offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits.
Job Duties Advisor: Fraternities, Sororities, Order of Omega, and Councils
Responsible for the day to day oversight and management of a comprehensive fraternity and sorority life program.
Serves as official university advisor to Interfraternity Council (IFC), National Panhellenic Council (NPC), and Cultural Greek Council (CGC) and all fraternities and sororities which includes attending weekly council meetings and providing guidance on the overall governance of the council.
Collaborates with all Councils to ensure the sustainability of sorority and fraternities through intentional recruitment practices, cultural competence training, scholarship, active recruitment, fiscal management and service.
Collaborates with all councils to develop a comprehensive recruitment plan for all chapters that includes working with the recruitment chair, the Release Figure Methodology (RFM) specialist and using software platform such as Chapter Builder, Interactive Collegiate Solutions (ICS), etc
Tracks and reviews new member packets which includes maintaining appropriate paperwork regarding chapter rosters, new member paperwork, and all appropriate policies.
Builds and sustains relationships with chapter advisors that promote development and growth of all organizations. This includes assisting with selection of advisors, educating advisors about roles and responsibilities and consulting with advisors on problems and issues affecting the Greek system.
Promotes a learning, active, and healthy environment while working to positively impact retention and student success within sorority and fraternity life.
Develops and assists with development of training for Greek organizations. The coordinator will also conduct or coordinate training for Greek organization in areas such as leadership development, fundraising, time management, philanthropy, hazing, sexual harassment, alcohol and drug, and other areas as deemed appropriate by the University.
Assists in promoting the core values of all council organizations, the achievement of goals and development of new and existing members.
Develops and reviews expansion policy and procedures on a continuous basis to meet the needs of all fraternities and sororities.
Works with Office of Multicultural Affairs to provide guidance to advisors and supporting graduate chapters. This includes assisting with selection of advisors, educating advisors about roles and responsibilities and consulting with advisors on problems and issues affecting the Greek system.
Coordinates with the Office of Multicultural Affairs to ensure that standards, reporting, training, assessment, and advising among all Greek organization are consistent and meet best practices and to ensure cooperative programming/involvement for all Greek-letter organizations.
Advises, supports, and works collaboratively with members of Order of Omega while assisting with the annual recognition program.
Assumes other duties as assigned by the Dean of Student Life and/or the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Job Duties Administrative (Greek Life)
Prepares and disseminates data and information about the fraternity/sorority membership, scholarship, and membership intake processes.
Maintains up-to- date and cohesive policies that are in accordance with University policy, national standards for Greek organizations, and all local, state, and federal laws.
Oversees the development and management of the Greek Life budget.
Maintains contact with the offices of the national organizations with respect to the development and status of local chapters.
Evaluates the efforts of the group at the end of the year and submit a report as required.
Develops and implement assessment plans and Student Learning Outcomes for the Greek Life programs and organizations.
Assists, advises, and guides IFC, Panhellenic, CGC, and all Greek organizations on the publication of brochures, manuals, press releases and promotion of Greek activities and events.
Supervises and oversees graduate assistants, graduate interns, and student workers in the Greek Life office.
Maintains and updates the Greek Life website and all other marketing developed for the advancement of the program.
Meets regularly with the Dean of Student Life and/or the Vice President for Student Affairs to discuss the progress of the Greek life program.
Assumes other duties as assigned by the Dean of Student Life and/or the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Job Duties Volunteer Services
Works collaboratively to monitor, track, and report on volunteer activities throughout the campus in areas such as SAA, Inc., Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, etc.
Coordinates with various divisions, departments and programs to develop, assess, and review volunteer programs and opportunities throughout the University.
Cultivates partnerships with constituents across campus and in the community that support the development and sustainability of volunteer programs.
Develops reports and analyze volunteer activities and programs at the University for reporting to the University, The State System and others as needed.
Organizes, coordinates and manages the recruitment of volunteers for various University-wide functions and program.
Works with social, civic and local organizations and municipalities to develop partnerships, where appropriate, to develop and/or utilize volunteers.
Attends various borough and township meetings as appropriate.
Develops protocols and procedures for students who seek opportunities to participate in volunteer activities.
Recommends and develops ongoing volunteer opportunities.
Develops volunteer services website to promote volunteer program activities and reporting processes.
Develops programs and services that will support and expand volunteer opportunities offered on the campus.
Serves on various committees including but not limited to the Service Learning Committee and the Food Pantry committee as well as attend various departmental meetings and attends functions and events as required and instructed.
Benchmarks and develops best practices for all programs and activities.
Develops and monitors budget and financial status of the operation ensuring that the operation does not exceed budget; including the timely processing of invoices.
Attends various campus programs and events as required and assigned by the Dean of Student Life and/or Vice President of Student Affairs.
Works in collaboration with University Relations to promote volunteer and philanthropic activities performed by individual students, Greek organizations, student groups, and student organizations.
Identifies and pursues external resources to support volunteer activities and philanthropic activities including but not limited to grants, gifts, and partnerships.
Assumes other duties as assigned by the Dean of Student Life and/or the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Required Qualifications:
Master's degree in Higher Education Administration, Student Affairs, Counseling or other related field required.
Minimum of three to five years of professional experience in Greek Life.
Demonstrated experience working with volunteer services and/or service learning in a higher education environment.
Demonstrated understanding of student development theory in practice.
Preferred Qualifications:
Two years of demonstrated, professional experience in higher education working successfully with students of diverse cultures, ethnicity, and races.
Prior administrative experience including budgeting and long and short term planning experience
Ability to work collaboratively with the various segments of campus and community, strong oral, written and interpersonal skills
Work Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Annual Salary: $47,061.00. Final selection will be based upon a successful interview and background check. All candidates must furnish proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. at the time of employment. Reimbursement for interview and relocation expenses are not available for this position.
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