Job Number:85788Level/Salary Band: 04 -M - ExemptWork Unit:Student AffairsDepartment:Fraternity and Sorority LifeFull/Part Time:Full-Time Description The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at The Pennsylvania State University will provide inspiring and effective leadership that will encourage a safe, civil, and engaged fraternity and sorority community. Reporting to an Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, the Director will be responsible for leading the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (OFSL) which is comprised of ten staff members. These staff members work with 4 governing councils and over 70 active chapters. The Director will lead an effort to have Penn State's fraternity and sorority system be the model community for the 21st century. The Director will be responsible for creating a Fraternity and Sorority community that promotes Penn State's values through leadership education, community engagement, responsible behavior, and student health and safety. The Director must facilitate opportunities for forward-thinking and involve key stakeholders in establishing the University's new vision for fraternity and sorority life. The successful candidate will be an innovative, knowledgeable, and passionate leader and will have progressive experience in a fraternity and sorority life office or related role, strong working knowledge of national coordinating/governing groups and multicultural groups, experience with advising student organizations, and a demonstrated ability to develop effective, professional relationships with colleagues and students. Responsibilities include engaging in strategic planning and assessment, developing expectations and implementing accountability measures for organizations, delivering leadership development programs, implementing training for council and chapter officers and alumni, demonstrating inclusivity and social responsibility, directing the advising of diverse councils and communities, demonstrating responsiblefinancial management, and being a resource to the sorority and fraternity communities at Penn State's Commonwealth campuses. The person in this position will work closely with the newly created Office of Fraternity and Sorority Compliance and the Office of Student Conduct. Typically requires a Master's degree (Doctorate preferred) or higher plus six years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A degree in higher education or student development is preferred. Candidates must have supervisory experience, strong knowledge of risk management/Title IX/Clery compliance, mediation and conflict resolution skills and experience, as well as a dedication to creating a collaborative and creative work environment that is welcoming of diverse viewpoints and differences. The successful candidate must also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with individuals from a broad range of programs and disciplines and the ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects. The Director must have experience in presenting to internal and external consistencies. Must be willing to work frequent nights and weekends as required.Salary Range: $68K - $143KMinimum Qualification5 - 7 years Associated topics: bakery manager, director food and beverage, food service supervisor, frontend, grocery store manager, kitchen manager, management, operations manager, restaurant operations, shift manager
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