ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, FSILGS DEPARTMENT, Dean for Student Life-Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups, to contribute to FSILG community health and wellbeing through effective, mission-driven programs. Will provide primary advisement to the Interfraternity Council (IFC) and share advisement of twenty-seven fraternities, six sororities, and six ILGs; coadvise the IFC Judicial Committee; support the Resident Advisor Program with shared administration of thirty-seven RAs; contribute to the development and sustainability of the FSILG community through values-based curriculum and accountability; work collaboratively with councils, chapters, alumni, and headquarters to provide a holistic approach to education, risk reduction, and crisis response; and serve on the MIT Dean-On-Call response team.
REQUIRED: a master’s degree, preferably in college student personnel, higher education administration, or related field; a strong adherence to AFA core competencies, NASPA and ACPA professional competencies, and CAS standards; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; conflict resolution and leadership training; public speaking and writing skills; good judgment and understanding when relating to a diverse population; multitasking skills; and the ability to articulate a student development philosophy in a high intensity academic environment. At least two years’ experience working full-time in higher education preferred. Must be team and service-oriented and embrace working in a fast-paced environment. Should be able to work collaboratively with students, alumni, administrators, and local officials and have an appreciation for the value of the fraternal experience. Job #10567-O
Evening and weekend hours are required.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II, Dean for Student Life, to provide complex administrative support to the senior associate dean along with providing support to the senior administrative assistant in the management of the Dean for Student Life’s main office suite. Will manage the senior associate dean’s calendar; represent the Dean's Office to MIT students, staff, and faculty; and manage the database of Campus Police and dean-on-call incident reports.
REQUIRED: five years of administrative assistant experience, preferably in higher education; wide ranging knowledge of office procedures; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; writing, editing, and proofreading proficiency; ability to make decisions and prioritize work; strong planning, organizational, and problem solving skills; attention to detail and timeliness; flexibility; and the ability to both work independently and follow the principles of a team player. Ability to use discretion and good judgment in maintaining the confidentiality of classified information is crucial. Experience with PC computers necessary, including knowledge of software programs such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook Calendar, FileMaker Pro, and Adobe Acrobat. Some experience with Adobe Photoshop also needed. An associate’s/bachelor’s degree, MIT experience, and knowledge of Macintosh systems and MIT’s electronic purchasing system preferred (SAP). Job #10539-5