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Graduate Associate for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs

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Winthrop Position Title Graduate Associate for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
Job Purpose
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, the Graduate Associate for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs is responsible for assisting with the oversight of Winthrop’s fraternal community. This community consists of six fraternities and nine sororities (5 Panhellenic sororities, 2 IFC fraternities, and 8 National Pan-Hellenic organizations). The Graduate Associate for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs will assist with all aspects of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs including: programming, assessment, membership recruitment/intake and education, training, and promotion etc. This role will prepare graduate students for a career in higher education in student affairs with a strong focus on fraternity and sorority life, programming, training, and staff dynamics.
The Graduate Associate total package compensation is as follows:
$7,000 tuition waiver ($3,500 per semester) + $7,182 stipend ($3,591 per semester at approximately 300 hours) = $14,182 total value. The hourly pay rate is $11.97.
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Provide leadership, direction, advising, and re-enforce accountability standards, to the three undergraduate governing councils – Panhellenic, Interfraternity, National-PanHellenic Councils, Order of Omega, and the 15 national fraternities/sororities.
  • Facilitate programs, workshops, and training for Greek Life student leaders in both large and small audiences regarding university policies and procedures.
  • Coordinate educational experiences for the fraternal community on current topics including alcohol, risk management and harm reduction, and fraternal values.
  • Collect and maintain information to assist in producing administrative reports including membership rosters, academic performance, membership statistics, contact lists, service hours, philanthropy dollars, and programming statistics.
  • Responsible for developing and collecting assessment data for annual reports.
  • Keep track of Greek organizations that conduct records to generate reports and necessary communication to various stakeholders.
  • Collaborate on programs and services that foster a sense of community among Greek organizations, including the annual All Greek Retreat, regular meetings of council and chapter presidents, and other intra-council initiatives.
  • Coordinate and provide support for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs large scale programs including: NPHC Homecoming Step Show, New Member Conference, Panhellenic Formal Recruitment, Greek Unity Week, NPHC Unwritten Rules, Student Affairs Awards Ceremony, and New Member Presentations.
  • Organize involvement of chapters in major campus events such as new student orientation, admissions events, and new student move-in.
  • Maintain and update the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs webpage and social media accounts.
  • Develop office and council publications as needed.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
Enrolled full-time in a master’s degree program by the start of the position, preferably in higher education, counseling and development, educational leadership, organizational leadership, or a comparable program. Basic knowledge of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Skilled in public speaking and presenting information to large groups. Must maintain academic eligibility and may not be on academic probation.
Preferred Skills
Current or alumnae membership in a traditional fraternity or sorority. Prior coursework in program development and implementation. Experience in student organization event planning. Ability to work some evenings and weekends.
Pay Rate 11.97
Type of Position Graduate Associate (hourly)
Position Level Graduate
Hours Per Week 20
Posting Detail Information

Posting Number 2023SD0303P
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Special Instructions to Applicants

*Supplemental questions are considered part of your official application.
*Please complete the entire application, including all current and previous work history and education. A resume will not be accepted or reviewed to determine if an applicant meets the position qualifications.
*Students who are paid by the hour must enter all hours worked on their time sheet each day they work and submit completed time sheets by the deadline. Failure to do so may prevent future employment.

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Documents Needed To Apply

Required Documents
  1. Resume
Optional Documents
  1. Cover Letter
  2. Transcripts
  3. Letter of Recommendation
  4. Class Schedule