The ADFS will share responsibility with the relevant
supporting fraternity/sorority organizations for the living, meeting, and programming spaces, and will partner with Institute offices to
oversee the health and safety initiatives for both on/off campus properties. The ADFS will support specific organizations and provide
advisement on issues unique to the Fraternity and Sorority community. The ADFS works with organization student and alumni leaders to create
and sustain developmentally rich programs, and address matters related to risk and liability management. In doing so, the incumbent will
work with various internal and external constituents to enhance the quality of the fraternity and sorority experience and institutionalize a
personal and organizational development model consistent with CLASS. The ADFS participates in the on-call duty rotation.
a live-in position with Rensselaer provided housing.
Candidates will have a Master’s Degree in student personnel, higher
education administration, or related area, along with two (2) or more years of experience in a closely related position in Student Affairs
with preference for experience directly working with Fraternity and Sorority Life organizations.
The ideal candidate will have
the demonstrated ability to advise and counsel students, and to respond appropriately to student concerns and manage student issues.
Candidates are expected to have the ability to remain unbiased and impartial in dealing with fraternity and sorority issues. Candidates will
have knowledge and understanding of Fraternity and Sorority systems, national and regional trends, policies, procedures, governance,
organizational development and recruitment processes. Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite is required. A relevant
combination of education, training and directly related experience may be substituted for the Masters degree.
undergraduate and graduate students to campus for an in-person academic experience. To support this experience, all faculty and staff are
expected to work primarily onsite. Rensselaer requires all faculty and staff to be vaccinated (and boosted when eligible) against COVID-19.
Requests for exemptions for medical or religious reasons will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
APPLY: To apply, visit https://careers.rpi.edu/en-us/job/493246/ and follow the onscreen prompts to complete a short application.
You will be asked to upload a cover letter and your resume. Contact [email protected] with questions.
We welcome applications from candidates who will bring diverse cultural, ethnic, and national and international perspectives to Rensselaer’s work and campus communities. Rensselaer is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.