Student Affairs

Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Charlotte, NC United States


Position Description

Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life

UNC Charlotte is North Carolina’s urban research university and is in one of America’s fastest growing and most diverse cities. It leverages its location in the state’s largest and most dynamic city to offer internationally competitive programs of research and creative activity, exemplary undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, and impactful community engagement initiatives. UNC Charlotte is the third largest institution within the University of North Carolina system with an enrollment of 30,448, which is record enrollment. UNC Charlotte is also the fastest growing institution in the UNC System, comprising seven academic colleges offering 171 undergraduate majors in 77 programs leading to Bachelors degrees, 65 Masters degrees, and 24 Doctoral degrees. UNC Charlotte is proud to have 3,545 passionate and committed faculty and staff members and more than 120,000 living alumni.

The Division of Student Affairs is the 3 rd largest of 9 divisions at UNC Charlotte with over 500 employees and 20 departments. Nearly 6,000 students live on campus with another 7,800 living within walking distance of campus. There are a range of programs and services that support students’ physical and mental wellbeing, introduce them to campus life and Niner Nation and develop skills and competencies that employers desire. The staff work to create inclusive student-centered learning environments where students excel academically and develop personally into their best selves.

The Associate Director will be a large part of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) leadership and will serve as one of five full-time staff members working in Fraternity and Sorority Life. Each staff member is directly involved in student group advising, leadership training and development, and teaching in addition to coordinating services and programs for other defined student populations. This position requires the flexibility, ability, and willingness to work nights and weekends in structured and unstructured settings with students, staff, and faculty.



  • Directly oversee, approve, and assist with all leadership and educational programs for
  • Consult chapters on social event planning and implementation after they violate a university
  • Oversee and provide education on intake and recruitment paperwork as
  • Oversee and facilitate lower level conduct issues that arise within organizations or with individuals in the community, partnering with National Organization staff as necessary.
  • Work in partnership with Student Conduct to investigate Student Code of Conduct violations and support organization accountability.
  • Be a liaison to national organizations when chapters and student organizations undergo
  • Knowledge and presentation skills in TIPS, Alcohol Skills Training Program, sexual violence prevention, social practice standards, risk reduction and other/similar programs.
  • General knowledge and insight of crisis management response and understanding of each organization’s national guidelines for crisis response.
  • Partner with offices and colleagues across campus to provide education and information to student


  • Coordinate the annual Greek Awards Ceremony in partnership with Assistant
  • Create programming to assist chapters in fulfilling all expectations in the Greek Life Relationship Statement and to fulfill the University’s commitments as outlined in this document.
  • Assist with coordinating major programs such as the annual PHA/NPHC Step Show, Homecoming, PHA/NPHC Step Off, 49er New Year, Airband, etc.
  • Supervise and attend all major office and council
  • Oversee and directly manage all logistics, reservations, and information for students attending
  • Oversee the steering, advising, and supervision of the Greek Week Committee in conjunction with the OFSL Graduate Assistant
  • Assist with and oversee the Chapter Advising program and meet each semester with all chapter advisors, providing information and hosting individual meetings as needed.
  • Provide oversight and guidance to Order of Omega during recruitment, initiation, and program development
  • Collaborate with the Alumni Office to implement senior and alumni member perks and assist with Young Alumni Events.
  • Oversee development and delivery of the Greek Life
  • Ensure fraternity and sorority system growth through well-managed recruitment and new member education programs.


  • Coordinate alongside the University Foundation to create opportunities for Greek alumni engagement, including the planning of the Greek Alumni Reunion.
  • Partner with the office of Marking to incorporate university brand standards in all external
  • Direct council publications and presence at Summer Orientation, Open House, and special events throughout the year.
  • Coordinate Greek Life Office student and parent informational all external marketing materials, including video production.
  • Oversee and provide content on office social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, ) and utilize Zoomph as at major events.
  • Develop, work with, and oversee the Greek alumni Advisory


  • Serve as a liaison to more than inter/national fraternities and sororities, alumni/ae advisors, and more than 40 undergraduate chapters regarding chapter operations, extension/expansion, university policies, discipline cases, and other relevant issues.
  • Oversee the Relationship Statement Standards Program, managing collection, review and reporting of annual assessment of chapter development.
  • Develop recovery plans for groups not meeting minimum Relationship Statement Standards
  • Work with individual chapters to address academic performance and scholarship within the FSL
  • Oversee Membership Recruitment, New Member and Intake Processes, including Extension/Expansion Efforts, and educational programs surrounding recruitment and/or intake
  • Complete national organization reports for member chapters as
  • Provide consultation with individual chapters and the Greek community regarding scholarship, social, and community service programming, recruitment, leadership development, and the implementation of policies and regulations.
  • Meet with (Inter)National staff liaisons when on
  • Schedule regular meetings of chapter presidents and chapter advisors by
  • Develop curriculum and strategies to provide support to council and chapter initiatives around new members and emerging leaders.


  • Directly advise executive board officers and delegates of the advisee Council(s) and work closely with presidents, other chapter leadership, and council executive members (Currently the Interfraternity council and its 13 member organizations).
  • Develop and facilitate organization expansion growth in the interfraternity council, including keeping a timeline and creation and maintaining MOUs for each organization.
  • Provide leadership and support to other Greek councils in our office (DGC, PHA, IGC, NPHC).
  • Develop programs and services that foster a sense of community among Greek organizations, including attendance at council meetings.
  • Provide council and chapter officer training and transition support, including best practices related to each position.
  • Advise Recruitment Team (s), overseeing Recruitment Volunteer selection and training, Marketing, and Formal and Informal Recruitment for our councils that host a formalized recruitment
  • Train PHA’s Sorority Recruitment Counselors on counseling 101, motivational interviewing and communication skills at their retreat in partnership with the Panhellenic Advisor.
  • Assist council and chapter officers in the development and implementation of programs to enhance the fraternal experience for individual chapters and present a positive image of FSL.
  • Direct and oversee Council program


  • Assist in the development of fully integrated activities, programs, and services to unify, educate and engage the FSL community.
  • Coordinate efforts to recruit active alumni to work with and support undergraduate chapters, including volunteers for office events and activities.
  • Oversee and manage the office budget in partnership with the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, providing guidance for budget distribution.
  • Compile and disseminate all information related to academic performance, recruitment, and membership statistics
  • Serve on committees and represent the office at the University level., .
  • Participate in the assessment of student developmental needs and design of programs to respond to those needs.
  • Oversee website edits and work with the administrative assistant and office staff to collect major changes once per semester.
  • Assist with advising and This involves referral to other resources both on and off campus, and at times being the advocate for the student in resolving his or her difficulty.
  • Coordinate the hiring process of all office staff including assistant directors, student workers, undergraduate leadership team, and summer intern.
  • Collaborate on grant proposals with various departments as needed
  • Fulfill other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor
  • The option to design and teach an academic course through the communications


  • Supervise one (1) Coordinator, two (2) Assistant Directors for Fraternity and Sorority .
  • Host and develop staff success and goal plans, as well as hold regular one on one meetings with all staff supervisees.
  • Supervise Undergraduate, Graduate Assistants and Greek Leadership Team along with the Assistant Directors
  • Coordinate staff training and
  • Schedule and host bi-weekly all staff
  • Work collaboratively with Academic Affairs to promote and provide a well-rounded learning experience for students and get Comm courses approved for Assistant Directors


  • Actively works to understand how one’s upbringing and lived experiences contributes to how they view the world and others within the Can articulate biases they hold and how those biases unconsciously influence their decision-making or interactions with others.
  • Seeks out opportunities to learn about the issues of racism, white privilege/consciousness, anti-blackness, unconscious bias and what it means to be a multicultural organization.
  • Speaks out and/or acts to raise awareness of inequities, systems or practices that seek to discriminate or treat a class of people unfairly.
  • Influences or is directly responsible for behaviors that lead to eliminating a barrier or changing a process that seeks to discriminate or treat a class of people unfairly. Speaks up or calls out discriminatory behavior when it occurs.


Minimum qualifications for this position are:

  • Masters Degree in Student Personnel, Counseling, Higher Education, or related
  • At least 5 years professional work experience in higher education including direct involvement with Fraternity and Sorority Life.
  • Experience supervising at least one full time staff
  • Presentation and/or publication work in the area of Higher
  • Knowledge and practice of student development theory, counseling and advising practices, current fraternity and sorority issues, and risk management policies.
  • Ability to organize, implement, and evaluate student programs with in depth
  • Experience in advising Greek letter organizations and culturally based Greek
  • Membership in a Greek-letter organization is
  • Selected candidate is subject to a criminal background

The successful candidate will demonstrate their understanding of and ability to advance UNC Charlotte's mission, vision, and guiding commitments (, as well as the goals articulated in the UNC System's strategic plan (


  • Start Date: 6/5/2023 - Approximate
  • Education: Master's Degree Required
  • Work Experience: 4 - 6 years
  • Part/Full Time: Full-Time

Contact / Additional Information

Interested applicants must apply online @ 

If you have additional questions, please contact:

Michelle Guobadia