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Coordinator, Greek Life
Responsible for providing overall leadership and advising to the chapters within the Midwestern State University Interfraternity Council (IFC) and Panhellenic Council (NPC). Reports to the Director of Student Development and Orientation.
Effectively advise IFC, NPC, and Order of Omega. Oversee and advise Greek recruitment during the fall semester and continuous open bidding during the remaining fall, spring, and summer. Implement programs during the spring and summer to promote increased awareness of the Greek system. Coordinate Greek Week, the Greek Awards Banquet, and Homecoming Activities. Monitor Greek academic progress, study programs, judicial actions, and completion of mandatory training and development programs. Participate in AFA and serve as campus liaison to regional and national Greek organizations. Create and distribute Greek publications and manage the Greek life website. Implement programming for new members (i.e. hazing, alcohol awareness, safety, etc) and leadership training for council and chapter officers/executives. Serve as a primary contact and resource for Greek chapter advisors. Assist with student organizations, Spirit Days, Welcome Week, Family Day, Finals Frenzy, Survival MSU and other programs or services coordinated through the Office of Student Development and Orientation. Advise students in the Leadership Education and Achievement Program (LEAP) and implement occasional service learning opportunities. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Development and Orientation.
Must possess prior knowledge of national Greek organizations and experience in the areas of Greek life, advising student organizations, and campus activities.
Must exhibit knowledge of student development theory, Greek life, and successful program planning. Must possess knowledge and skills in the areas of leadership, organization, risk management, advising, and counseling. Must be proficient in the use of computers and commonly used office software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher and Outlook.
Bachelor's degree required. Master’s degree in higher education, student personnel administration or counseling, preferred.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to manage a variety of tasks; willing to work flexible/extended hours, occasional nights and weekends.
Must be creative, dependable and committed to the principles of student learning and success. Must have the ability to work in a team environment with diverse student populations and groups and maintain positive working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and the public. *Regular reliable attendance is required. *This position is security sensitive and requires a criminal background check.