1+ months


UAB Medicine
Birmingham, AL 35203
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Primary Location University
Job Category:Clerical & Administrative
Organization:141002000 Student Involvement & Leadership
Employee Status:Regular
Shift:Day/1st Shift

The Assistant Director for Fraternity Sorority Life will support all programs and events falling within Fraternity Sorority Life. This includes but is not limited to, all formal recruitment and intake processes, new member trainings, and a Presidents roundtable series. A successful candidate will collaborate closely with other areas within the University on programming initiatives, hazing prevention education and campus-wide events. The person in this position will serve as a member of various committees and task forces within the UAB community. A successful candidate should be able to perform administrative duties, including managing an annual operating and maintaining current website content.


  • Assess the developmental needs of the student leaders within Fraternity  Sorority Life to include governing council leadership, chapter leadership and Order of Omega  

  • Demonstrate culturally inclusive advising, supporting, coaching and counseling strategies for the students in this area  

  • Provide training and on-going communication to chapter advisors to increase advising and helping skills  

  • Develop virtual programs and initiatives to meet the needs of students with limited access to on site services  

  • Assess the organizational needs of the four governing councils  

  • Actively advise two of the four governing councils within the FSL community  

  • Hold regular one on one meetings with council leadership, attend weekly council meetings, and oversee any sponsored council programs and events  

  • Serve as primary advisor and point of contact for all recruitment/intake efforts for these governing councils  

  • Develop and facilitate educational workshops for council officers, general membership and chapter advisors addressing relevant student and community issues  

  • Establish best practices for increasing student success indicators; aiding in the management, compilation, and distribution of statistical information and database reports; assisting in appropriately address and resolve conduct and risk management incidents; assisting with the management of council portals on Engage  

  • Contribute actively to the development of a culture of evidence within the Office of Student Involvement Leadership by providing AER training, advocacy and incorporating AER into practice within the area of Fraternity  Sorority Life  

  • Educate stakeholders about the relationship of departmental AER processes to learning outcomes and goals at the student, department, and divisional level  

  • Design data efforts that are ongoing, sustainable, rigorous, unobtrusive and technologically current  

  • Effectively use assessment and evaluation results in determining FSL's accomplishment of its mission/goals, re-allocation of resources and advocacy for more resources  

  • Assist with conduct enforcement and education of University policies and guidelines as well as municipal, state and federal laws to organizations within Fraternity Sorority community 

  • Oversee implementation of online hazing prevention modules and chapter assessment to ensure chapter compliance  

  • Supervise the Coordinator for Fraternity Sorority Life, a full time professional staff member within the Office of Student Involvement  Leadership

  • May perform other duties as assigned

Annual Salary Range: $38,209.60 - $60,0080

@!*!Bachelor's degree in Education, Communication or a related field and three (3) years of related experience required. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement. 

Preferred Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills:
  • Master's degree strongly preferred with a concentration in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Leadership or a related field  
  • Membership in a Greek organization  
  • Knowledge of the social change model of leadership 
  • Exemplary organizational skills with a strong emphasis on details 
  • Experience in advising student organizations  
  • Ability to present leadership workshops and training sessions that address values-based leadership 
  • Ability to supervise both student and professional staff 
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills 
  • Strong computer skills using Windows, Microsoft Word, and Excel
Candidate must be willing to work evenings and weekends throughout the year.



Posted: 2020-12-10 Expires: 2021-03-11

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