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
EVENING OPERATIONS AND SECURITY MANAGER, Division of Student Life-Housing Office, to be responsible for security, operational functions, human resources, and facility maintenance. Will oversee the security and operational needs in all undergraduate and graduate living spaces for the evening (4:00 P.M. to midnight), overnight (12:00 – 8:00 A.M.), weekend, and holiday periods; be responsible for the leadership and management of the Night Watch Program; keep safety and security of all housing facilities a top priority; respond to all Housing Office operational issues, including fire alarms, floods, and medical emergencies; manage and motivate all staff members through positive and respectful leadership; and supervise dormitory patrol, maintenance mechanics, and housekeepers in a union environment.
REQUIRED: a minimum of five years’ experience in the administration of college/university facilities management services, including supervision in a union environment; experience in building maintenance and security procedures, preferably with an emphasis on/expertise in security analysis and policy and procedures; and demonstrated experience using Web-based programs including e-mail, Word, Excel, and asset management and security systems. Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred, with an emphasis on security and operations. The position will require frequent sitting, standing, and walking for long periods of time and the ability to climb multiple levels of stairs and to lift weights of up to 50 lbs. Job #12729-O