Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs at Oklahoma State University seeks a new staff member to join our team. This position is one of four professional staff members devoted to over 4500 undergraduate students involved in 47 nationally-recognized fraternity and sorority organizations at Oklahoma State University. This role will work in an advisory capacity to the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and Multicultural Greek Council (MGC). The fraternity/sorority community is know for creating a thriving nationally-recognized community of members who are dedicated to brotherhood/sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, and philanthropy/community service.
- Help chapters and councils set annual goals and objectives to assure thriving MGC and NPHC communities.
- Advise and support the various programming efforts of the NPHC and MGC communities. Provide oversight and direction of all leadership development initiatives with the fraternity/sorority community including but not limited to chapter president workshops, Junior Greek Life, Greek Show Productions, and Order of Omega.
- Works independently and collaboratively in the areas of risk prevention/mitigation to assure the health and safety of all members of the OSU community.
- Evaluation of individual sororities & fraternities utilizing the OSU Community Standards Program and Fraternity & Sorority Awards Program.
- Evaluation and assessment of community and council programs. Dissemination of information to community members, alumni/alumnae, OSU faculty/staff, and Stillwater community.
- Assist student leaders with the creation and oversight of budgets for governing Councils and leadership programs (Order of Omega, Junior Greek Life).
- Assist, administer, and maintain the University required records for fraternity and sorority organizations. Perform and conducts research into fraternity & sorority related areas to assure best practices for fraternity/sorority programs, specifically as it relates to MGC and NPHC communities.
- Responsible for marketing fraternity/sorority programs and for assisting various University departments in their efforts to recruit students via participation in high school visits and sponsoring on-campus events for high school students Supervise Graduate Assistants Responsible for Greek Discovery Day Program.
- Ensure positive/responsive office environment.
- Responsible for hosting various events to support growth of the NPHC and MGC communities.
- Bachelor's degree in Student Personnel, Education Administration, Counseling or related field and two years of related experience.
- Supervisory abilities and skills; effective written and oral communication skills; ability to work in crisis situations; sensitivity to both individuals and groups; knowledge of group dynamics and organizational development; develop instructional programs.
- Master's degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education or comparable degree.
- Two years successful background in working with college students (preferable Greek system related). Proven success in campus activity programming environment. Affiliation in an organization within Multicultural Greek Council or National Pan-Hellenic Council.
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