Fosters student learning through experiences which promote civility, leadership, citizenship and inclusion at the campus, divisional, and departmental level. Ensures congruence between departmental functions and institutional, divisional, and departmental vision, mission, and strategies. Provides support services for the fraternity and sorority community (68 organizations/6500+ students), a comprehensive curricular and co-curricular leadership development program, (LEAD IU 750+ students in 22 course sections and 500 students in 6 major retreats), and IUB's student government (350 students in executive positions/directors, university committees and congress positions). Coordinates with the School of Education, the academic components of LEAD IU, and teaches leadership courses in the program.
Provides administrative oversight with the Assistant Dean of Students and Director for Student Life and Learning for Greek Life, Leadership Development, and Risk Reduction Services. Serves the DSA as part of the SLL leadership team and as a representative of the division on campus-wide and inter-divisional committees, taskforces, and behavioral and crisis response teams. Manages resources and provides policy interpretation and referral service information. Supervises professional, para-professional graduate students, and student employees. Creates and executes event planning, including conducting assessment, tracking data, and evaluating and re-developing programs.
Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for position. Resume and cover letter required.
REQUIRED: Master's degree in higher education or equivalent and four years of experience in higher education or a related field.
Combination of related education and experience may be considered.
Knowledge and expertise in higher education legal issues to integrate policy and governance; knowledge of student learning and student development theory, cultural competencies, counseling and/or social work theories, finance and fundraising, and evaluation and research.
Preferred: Doctoral degree.
Applications accepted until February 14, 2013, or until position is filled.