Fraternity & Sorority Life Coordinator Evaluation
Students Faculty and Staff will have the opportunity to interview and evaluate candidates for the Fraternity & Sorority Life Coordinator position with Efferson Student Union & Activities.
Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University is pleased to announce the acceptance of applications for the Coordinator, Student Affairs: Fraternity & Sorority Life vacancy. This position is responsible for coordinating the recognition process for all fraternities and sororities on campus; Oversees all membership intake activities for all recognized fraternities and sororities; Serves as the primary advisor for all recognized fraternity and sorority councils; Coordinates leadership development programs and opportunities for the general student populations as well as leaders of student organizations; Serves on the Campus Organization Review Board; Coordinatse annual student union sponsored events. This position does require working nights and weekends to support student events and activities. Preference will be given to members of Greek letter organizations and people with intermediate experience with OrgSync.
Qualification Requirements: Bachelor's degree and two years of experience in fraternity and sorority life advisement or leadership education; or a master's degree in an appropriate area of specialization.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following:
- Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing;
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships;
- Ability to process effectiveness and develop changes or alternatives;
- Ability to prioritize, organize, and perform multiple work assignments simultaneously;
- Ability to provide subject matter expertise and counsel others;
- Ability to utilize problem solving skills;
- Knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply related federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations;
- Knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply related University policies, procedures, principles, and practices;
- Knowledge of and the ability to use basic computer software and/or programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; and
- Knowledge of principles, best practices, and issues pertaining to fraternities and sororities.