ASSOCIATE DEAN/DIRECTOR, Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILGs), to help lead the vision of the Office of Fraternities, Sororities and Independent Living Groups. Will oversee a Greek system established over 125 years ago and guide the office as it enters a new stage in its long, rich history; engage student leaders, faculty, alumni, and divisional colleagues to move a new vision forward into action; and balance extensive knowledge of best practices in student affairs and Greek life with the specific needs of the Institute.
REQUIRED: a minimum of ten years’ experience demonstrating committed to an inclusive, democratic decision-making process. Seek an experienced, collaborative, and strategic leader who thrives in a student-centered environment and appreciates the knowledge and energy MIT alumni can bring as community members who are ingrained in the fabric of the Institute. Must have demonstrated experience with change management, community building, and engaging multiple key stakeholders. Should also be committed to adapting the best practices of student affairs and Greek life to the unique culture and needs of MIT. Job #12221-Q
ASSISTANT COACH, SWIMMING AND DIVING/ASSISTANT FOR COMMUNICATIONS, PROMOTIONS, AND MARKETING, Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER), to work in collaboration with the Mary Frances Wagley Head Coach of Swimming and Diving. Will assist in the management of all facets of the women’s and men’s swimming and diving programs. This will include administration and budget management; alumni stewardship; recruiting; scheduling competitions, team travel, and weekly practice sessions; advising students; and maintaining compliance with NCAA and conference rules and regulations. Will also be responsible for other duties under the supervision and direction of the director of DAPER communications, promotions, and marketing.
REQUIRED: at least one year of coaching experience, preferably at the college/university level; a bachelor's degree (master’s preferred); administrative, interpersonal, communication, and computer skills; and knowledge of Hy-Tek software. Writing and graphic design experience desirable. Proven experience recruiting to a highly selective institution desirable. Appropriate certifications in first aid, CPR, AED, and biohazards are required within an appropriate timeline and before the start of the competitive season (per NCAA regulations). Job #12526
This is an annual nine-month appointment.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Application material should include a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for three references.
MANAGER OF VARSITY AND DAPER EQUIPMENT ROOM, Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER)-Facilities, to oversee the daily operations of the varsity equipment room. The equipment room supplies equipment and apparel for MIT varsity athletic teams. Will coordinate the planning, ordering, receiving, maintenance, and use of all varsity athletic equipment and apparel; supervise a staff of three full-time employees; select, order and receive varsity team equipment and apparel; develop, implement, and enforce equipment/apparel issue and retrieval policies and billing procedures; maintain vendor contracts and negotiate best prices for DAPER; and monitor and maintain sport specific equipment budgets in relation to approved spending and ensure compliance with MIT/conference and national governing body rules and regulations.
REQUIRED: a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred); experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and email; ability to learn MIT payroll and billing systems; excellent verbal and written communication skills; and the ability to multitask and work successfully in a team-oriented environment. At least three years of experience in equipment operations or related field highly desirable, as is personnel management experience. Must have current AEMA equipment certification or be eligible to obtain certification. Job #12517-N