Employment Opportunity Detail

Assistant Director of Student Engagement

Newly upgraded to exempt status, the Assistant Director of Student Engagement is a full-time live-in university administrator reporting to the Center for Student Engagement and Residence Life. This unique position works collaboratively within Student Engagement and Residence Life as a full-time live-in University administrator with a variety of campus responsibilities.

The Assistant Director specializes in Greek Life and Campus Programs. Coordinates and promotes all aspects of fraternity and sorority life including Greek housing/billing and recruitment events. Supports both NPC sorority and NIC fraternity activity and collaborates with Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion on advancing Pan-Hellenic and multicultural Greek organizations. Advises Panhellenic and interfraternity governing councils. Educates Greek Life organizations and members through identified training and programs to help organizations live out their values on campus. Serves on-call for Greek social events and emergency response. Additional responsibilities include providing key high-quality programs and services for the campus community that enhance the student experience. Co-advises Student Activities Board (SAB) and other campus events.

Supports Residence Life functions in areas of crisis management/referral, upholding community standards, and assisting in Student Life collaborative events and functions. Includes participating in shared on-call responsibilities. Coordinates a segment of central residence life functions such as RA training, RA selection, summer conference/housing, department marketing and communications, student organization advising, and/or other duties as assigned.

Requires strong supervisory, organizational, and human relations abilities, as well as professional verbal and written communication skills. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and social media is necessary. Direct experience in working with college student populations, Student Life management, and implementing co-curricular programs is preferred. Must hold a valid driver’s license. Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree is preferred.

Salary is commensurate with exempt status. This is a twelve month, full time, salaried exempt appointment with full university benefits. Due to the nature of the position, a furnished campus apartment and a standard Fall and Spring meal plan is provided by the University.

Please attach your resume and cover letter to the UE online application located at: https://www.evansville.edu/offices/hr/employmentApp.cfm.

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