The Hall Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life is a full-time professional staff member of the Office of Residence Life, responsible for providing leadership and direction to a comprehensive student development program and for the administrative operation of the on-campus fraternity and sorority housing. In addition, the Hall Director will provide leadership, programming, and advising to the fraternity and sorority community. The Hall Director will also work closely with the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards to provide support and investigate student organization violations. The expectation is that this is accomplished through interactions with students and staff both inside and outside of the office environment. Initiatives in this area are valued and celebrated. Emphasis is placed on creating a community where the student experience is positive, and the staff provides excellent customer service.
Administrative Tasks - Residence Life (20%)
Supervise, train, evaluate, and provide professional development for paraprofessional staff and Graduate Assistants with the goal of creating a positive student experience.
Monitor student payroll and hall budgets
Provide crisis management support and critical incident intervention including serving on a campus-wide duty rotation for 2000+ students.
Responsible for maintaining McComas Village documents such as the McComas Village Living-Learning Guide.
Take a leadership role in summer assignments, summer projects, Rocket Launch and other ongoing recruitment/marketing projects and programs.
Community Development - Residence Life (15%)
Develop relationships, programs, and initiatives with an emphasis on community development, student success, and student retention.
Support RAs and the Diversity Advisor in programming initiatives in accordance with the Fraternity & Sorority Life Standards of Excellence and Residence Life Programming Model.
Lead and support departmental and divisional efforts and university efforts, such as retention initiatives.
Advising - Fraternity & Sorority Life (20%)
Advise on fraternity and sorority governing body (IFC, MGC, NPC, or NPHC).
Meet regularly with council leadership team.
Hold regular 1-1 meetings with the individual student leaders of the organizations affiliated with respective council.
Programming - Fraternity & Sorority Life (25%)
Provide education related to anti-hazing, risk management, health and wellness, sexual assault prevention, diversity/equity//inclusion, etc.
Collaborate with various offices and departments across campus to provide educational and engaging programs for members.
Oversee the Fraternity & Sorority life Standards of Excellence program.
Student Conduct (10%)
Adjudicate hall conduct matters by means of educational methods, documentation, meetings, and referrals.
Work in conjunction with the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards to investigate student organization alleged violations.
Advise the collaborative conduct process for the Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council.
Provide excellent customer service through communicating with staff, students, and families about policies, procedures, resources, and other matters as needed.
Serve on departmental, Student Affairs, and campus-wide committees.
Complete other duties as assigned.
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A Master's degree in higher education, college student personnel, counseling or related field is required.
Commitment to social justice, community advocacy, and working with students of diverse backgrounds.
Three to Five years of experience managing residence facilities is strongly preferred. This is inclusive of any graduate-level experience in a residence hall.
Student conduct experience
Emergency and crisis response skills
Experience working with Living Learning Communities and/or themed communities
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