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Assistant Director of Student Engagement (Fraternity & Sorority)

Baldwin Wallace University
Job Location:
Berea, Ohio
Student Affairs and Services

Job Summary:
Under the general direction of the Director of Student Engagement, the Assistant Director of Student Engagement is a member of the Student Life Center and the Division of Student Affairs. The Assistant Director of Student Engagement is responsible for leading and the over-all management, and supervision of initiatives for Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) and for assisting with student leadership development initiatives.

The Assistant Director will engage in the assessment of co-curricular engagement for the Student Life Center, as well as effectively utilize technology to accomplish various tasks. This position will assist with large-scale events hosted by the Student Life Center, as needed.

Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities:
The following outlines the essential functions of the position. This is not to be considered a comprehensive description of all duties inherent to the position.

Fraternity and Sorority Life:

  • Serve as university liaison with national and regional offices for recognized Fraternity and Sorority organizations.
  • Oversee Fraternity and Sorority recruitment processes and ensure compliance regarding membership, programming and risk management
  • Monitor the fraternity & sorority life governance system (IFC; CPC; NPHC), and fraternity & sorority programming board (FSPB)
  • Oversee Fraternity & Sorority Life traditional events, recognition occasions, and special projects
  • Ensure organizational adherence to pillars of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Baldwin Wallace University
  • Serve as point and expert matter for fraternity and sorority life trends regarding regulations and policies (i.e. hazing, risk management etc..

Leadership Development:

  • Assist the Director with providing vision, oversight and implementation of leadership programming from the Student Life Center for the university community
  • Oversee April Reign event and serve as advisor to Junior Class Officers (all administrative and programmatic functions)
  • Work with student leaders and Director in developing annual leadership summit
  • Research current trends and resource to aid in college student leadership competency and skill development

Other general engagement duties:

  • Serve as main contact person working with assessment for the Student Engagement area
  • Serve as social media interface for the Student Life Center.
  • Manage the various office, conference room and storage facilities utilized by Student Engagement
  • Attend, participate, and serve as a leader in various campus meetings and committees
  • Serve as the main resource person for website updates for Student Life Center.
  • Handle confidential material
  • Functionally supervise and train two (2) Graduate Assistants
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Required:
    • Master's degree in Student Affairs Administration, or related field, with at least threeyears of related work experience post-master or Bachelor's degree with at least five years of experience working with college age students.
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Ability to work nights and weekends
    • Must be detail-oriented and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Must be able to interact comfortably while assisting on-campus (faculty, staff and students) and off-campus constituents.
    • Enthusiasm for working with students
    • Strong ability to work as a team member and build collaborative relationships while playing a leadership role
    • Ability to use Microsoft Office (including Microsoft Outlook) and some desktop publishing programs. Student Data Management System experience preferred
    • Must possess strong organizational skills for the performance of a variety of complex and confidential duties.
    • Must possess a working knowledge of social media applications and platforms.
    • Ability to work independently, exercise sound judgment, and take initiative is critical, as is the ability to work well under pressure.
    • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion
    • Willingness to serve in a front-line position involving extensive personal interaction with students.
    • Must successfully pass a background check.
  • Preferred:
    1. Fraternal organization affiliation
    2. Experience working with student clubs/organizations
    3. Leadership development
    4. Event planning skills

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:

  • Some work is performed in a typical interior/office work environment
  • Work may be performed in various venues around campus
  • Occasionally work is performed around and out of state at various professional conferences
  • Some physical effort required
  • Work environment involves minimal exposure to physical risks


A competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package that includes health and dental insurance, 12 days annual paid sick leave, 20 days paid vacation, 16 paid holidays, long & short-term disability, 403 (b) retirement plan, life insurance, employee discounts, free parking, and tuition remission benefits for employee and family.

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