2018 Panhellenic Recruitment Coordinator Application
Due Sunday, October 1 at 5:00pm. Applications will be submitted via Google Form this year.
- Be active and initiated members of a sorority
- Be in good standing with the university
- Be in good standing with their sorority
- Be able to attend all recruitment related meetings and events
- Must have attended a minimum of four (4) Panhellenic meetings during the semester of election for office, unless otherwise approved by Panhellenic.
- Must meet with one of the 2017 Recruitment Coordinators to discuss the positions.
- Must meet with Casey Domnick (
) or Molly Schuneman (
) to discuss the positions.
- Must have served the Panhellenic Association during a semester in some capacity (i.e. committee work, committee chapterperson, Gamma Chi, Panhellenic Executive Councl Officer, Panhellenic Delegate, Junior Panhellenic Delegate, or chapter officer).
- Must have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average
- All Executive Council Officers must be able to attend:
- Weekly Panhellenic Council meetings at 4:30 p.m. during both semesters of their service
- Weekly Panhellenic Executive Council meetings during both semesters of their service
- Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values (AFLV) Conference February 8-11, 2018. In addition, officers will submit an award application. Failure to submit an award application will result in an incomplete officer term.
- Greek Discovery Day and Greek Discovery Day eve, April 6-April 7, 2018
- Work Week and Recruitment Week – will take place the first two and a half weeks of August 2018
- All Executive Council Officers will complete two office hours per week during each semester.
- Executive Council meetings and office hours will take place during the regular business hours of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs.
- Additional qualifications are listed in the Constitution and Bylaws of the Council.
***** If you cannot attend these events, please do not submit an application.
Do you plan to hold a summer job?
If you plan on holding a summer job, then how many hours a week do you plan to work?
Do you plan to attend summer school?
If so you plan to attend summer school, then how many hours?
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Answer the questions below.
1. As a Recruitment Coordinator, you will primarily be working with Recruitment Counselors or Chapter Chairs. Please indicate your preference of Chapter Chair Coordinator, Recruitment Counselor Coordinator, or Continuous Open Bidding Coordinator.
2. Please describe your ability to work in a team and what your role typically is on a team.
3. What skills, classes, and/or work experience have you had that will make you successful in this position?
4. What does values based recruitment mean to you?
Immediately upon selection, the Recruitment Coordinators will work for the elected Panhellenic officers and Panhellenic Advisor during the spring semester, summer, work week, fall recruitment. Responsibilities for the current (fall) semester include, but are not limited to: attending Panhellenic meetings (every Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.), weekly Recruitment Team meetings, and basic planning of recruitment. Responsibilities for the spring include, but are not limited to: attending Panhellenic meetings (every Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.), weekly Panhellenic Executive Council meetings, weekly Recruitment Team meetings, recruitment counselor selection and training, chapter chair meetings, planning of meetings which could amount to between 5 and 10 hours per week, hosting formal recruitment and COB meetings, attending COB events, Greek Discovery Day, area recruitment information events, Fraternity & Sorority Affairs information events, which can involve evening and weekend travel; and basic planning of formal recruitment and COB.
Responsibilities for the summer include, but are not limited to: working approximately 30 hours a week in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, area recruitment information events, Fraternity & Sorority Affairs information events, which can involve evening and weekend travel; summer enrollment; processing applications; and finalizing all preparations for work week, formal recruitment, and COB.
Coordinators will spend each day of work week and fall recruitment facilitating activities. There will be very little free time. Coordinators agree to disaffiliate from their chapter at all Panhellenic events and from the last day of spring semester until Bid Day 2017. Additionally, Recruitment Coordinators continue on the Panhellenic Executive Council in the fall. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to: completing recruitment evaluations, updating membership recruitment policies, attending Panhellenic meetings, attending Panhellenic Council Executive meetings, hosting formal recruitment and COB meetings, attending COB events, completing an AFLV award packet, and overseeing COB.
Recruitment Coordinators are paid employees of the Panhellenic Executive Council and are therefore subject to review and/or removal at any time if the above responsibilities are not fulfilled to the satisfaction of the executive council and advisors.
I understand that after completing this application, if selected for the position of Panhellenic Recruitment Coordinator for Oklahoma State University, I must accept full responsibility for the coordination of all recruitment programs and Panhellenic efforts in student recruitment. In addition, I fully understand the importance of confidentiality with regard to each potential new member and her application. I also understand the importance of confidentiality with chapter specific information. I further understand that this position is considered an appointed Panhellenic Executive Council Office for which the term of service is one year. I also understand that the coordinator position has a voice on Panhellenic Executive Council but no vote.
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