IFC Executive Board 2019 Candidate Application
Candidate Applications are due by 5pm on Monday, November 12th, 2018. Interviews will be held throughout the day on Wednesday, November 14th (12pm-8pm) upstairs in the Greek Life Office (HAWC 220). Candidates must sign up for a time slot via the link on the following page before 5pm by November 12th. Candidates are required to attend an interview, and may be asked to give a brief (1 or 2 minutes) presentation on why they desire the position.

For questions please call or e-mail:
Allison Green: allison.green@pepperdine.edu, 310-506-6569
Jon Michael Raasch: jon.raasch@pepperdine.edu, 408-833-3761

IFC Executive Officer Positions:

1. IFC President

-Provide guidance and focus to the efforts of the General Body and Executive Committee.
-Preside over all meetings of the General Body and Executive Committee.
-Review all IFC governance documents, at least annually.
-Cast the final vote in the event of a tie.
-Build rapport and establish positive working relationships between IFC and Member Fraternity leaders.
-Serve as the official spokesperson for the fraternity community
-Establish positive working relationships with campus and local law enforcement agencies.
-Regularly interact with the leaders of other governing councils and campus organizations.
-Establish a working relationship with key college administrators, University faculty and staff, and the NIC.
-Maintain current information for accurate Member Fraternity rosters.
-Sit on SOJB as needed
-Create transition materials for the next year’s successor and schedule a one-on-one transition meeting at the end of the term.
Beneficial Skills/Qualities: Strong organization skills; good at managing time, strong communication skills; prompt email/phone replies; serve neutrally and diplomatically


2. IFC VP Member Development

-Serve as chair of the IFC Judicial Committee and serve as the non-voting Chief Justice of all IFC Judicial Board hearings.
-Investigate and refer to the IFC Judicial Board alleged violations of IFC policy, including but not limited to:
the IFC Constitution, Bylaws, and policies;
Federal, state, and local laws;
the rules and regulations of Pepperdine University; and
the general values-based conduct of fraternity men.
-Oversee the IFC judicial process as allegations arise and chair the IFC Judicial Board to create effective and appropriate sanctions.
-Develop best practices for new member/member education programs as well as co-facilitate the New Member Forum with the Greek Life Advisor.
-Develop opportunities for continuing member education covering the following topics: alcohol consumption, hazing, sexual assault/abuse, and values and ethics.
-Provide advice and support to Member Fraternity member development officers (i.e. new member educators, chaplains, risk management officers, standards chairs, etc.).
-Create transition materials for the next year’s successor and schedule a one-on-one transition meeting at the end of the term.
Beneficial Skills/Qualities: Neutrality, diplomacy, and confidentiality; strong organizational skills; good with paperwork (both paper and electronic files); inclination for bylaws, regulations and IFC documents; ability to familiarize oneself with IFC documents and rules

3. IFC VP Recruitment

-Utilize technology (social media, ICS, etc.) in recruitment and marketing efforts.
-Produce and distribute promotional materials to all incoming students and unaffiliated students.
-Develop recruitment workshops and programs for Member Fraternities.
-Uphold the IFC Recruitment Policy and ensure no restrictive policies are placed on new member recruitment.
-Maintain an interest list of Potential New Members.
-Collect and maintain accurate New Member Rosters for each Member Fraternity.
-Provide advice and support to Member Fraternity recruitment officers.
-Create transition materials for the next year’s successor and schedule a one-on-one transition meeting at the end of the term.
Beneficial Skills/Qualities: Creativity and interest in event-planning; commitment to working on fraternity recruitment throughout the summer; organized with logistics and policies; interest in recruitment and IFC recruitment policies


4. IFC VP Finance

-Supervise the annual budget process.
-Collect IFC Member Fraternity dues or other assessments as needed.
-Maintain accurate records throughout the year through invoicing and receipts.
-Review all IFC credits and debits and document accordingly with the Greek Life Advisor.
-Make all disbursements with a cosigner.
-Prepare financial statements at the beginning and end of each term for distribution to all Member Fraternities.
-Make account deposits when necessary and in a timely manner.
-Provide advice and support to Member Fraternity financial officers.
-Create transition materials for the next year’s successor and schedule a one-on-one transition meeting at the end of the term.
Beneficial Skills/Qualities: Understanding or background in finance a plus; experience with Excel spreadsheets; promptness with deadlines

5. IFC VP Community Relations

-Serve as secretary of the IFC General Body and executive board meetings.
-Develop and execute a public relations and social media strategy.
-Develop service projects for Member Fraternities.
-Collect and disseminate information on the fraternity community to all campus and community media sources.
-Keep the media informed on upcoming events or potential news.
-Establish a positive working relationship with external constituents.
-Assist in the development of various IFC publications and outreach programs.
-Create transition materials for the next year’s successor and schedule a one-on-one transition meeting at the end of the term.
Beneficial Skills/Qualities: Creativity and background in graphic design or digital media a plus; social media knowledge; ability and initiative to work independently; organization; good note taking skills

Eligibility:
-Any sophomore, junior, or senior student in good standing with his fraternity and Pepperdine University
-Must have a minimum 2.5 GPA cumulative
-Must be enrolled in Seaver College and on the Malibu campus for Spring 2019 and Fall 2019 semesters.
-Cannot hold the position of President, Recruitment Chair, or New Member Educator in his own Fraternity. All other positions can apply for IFC unless there is a direct conflict of interests based upon job duties.

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