How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) is dedicated to the development of its diverse student body through close collaboration with the University Community, F/S Alumni, Inter/national organizations, and the Ann Arbor Community. It provides quality academic, personal, social, and service opportunities that empower students to serve, lead, and conduct themselves with integrity and in accordance with sound values.
NOTE: This is a 2-year Limited Term appointment with the potential to re-evaluate for an extension.
Minimum Hiring Salary - $34,000. Actual salary commensurate with experience, education and equity factors.
As a staff member within Student Life, the Health and Wellbeing Program Manager is responsible for setting the direction and advocating for the development of co-curricular programs and services that support student learning within fraternities and sororities. The primary areas of focus for this role include student organization advising, consultation and oversight; and program development. This position will work closely with the Associate Director.
Program Development (45%)
- Lead FSL Health and Wellbeing program for all four councils, expanding on existing prevention practices designed to raise awareness of risks associated with AOD, hazing, and sexual misconduct.
- Develop and implement health and wellbeing educational workshops and learning experiences for fraternity and sorority members of all four councils. Maintain close relationships with key university departments and internal/external stakeholders in order to continuously assess and advance program content.
- Develop new educational programming around values-based recruitment; support student leaders to assess and strengthen existing peer-led programming
- Provide intervention when student behavior is potentially harmful to others, the community, and/or is self-destructive. Develop a course of action and education that will improve safety, reduce harm, and minimize critical incidents and risk.
Student Organization Advising (35%)
- Provide resources, information, and education to students, their families, faculty, staff, and the greater community regarding student involvement in fraternities and sororities. Educate individual students and student organizations about their rights, privileges, obligations, and resources as they relate to living in the University and local communities.
- Education: Master’s degree
- Professional Certification: membership in a fraternity or sorority
This role may have reporting obligations under Title IX and Clery.
Relocation will not be offered for this position.
U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.