About Residence Life and Housing

Fraternity House Director

The primary function of the Fraternity House Director (FHD) is to support the missions and visions of the office of Residence Life, the office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, and the Division of Campus Life at Emory University through providing leadership in community development, administration, advising, counseling, and crisis management of a fraternity house. The FHD works collaboratively to create and maintain a safe, inclusive, and flourishing environment for the academic and personal growth of the students within an assigned living unit. Competency in trust building is at the cornerstone of success for the FHD.


Community Development


Advising, Counseling, and Crisis Management

Related Duties

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Contract Dates

The Fraternity House Director position is a 10-month contract from August 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015. FHDs work approximately 15-20 hours per week. (Actual time commitment may vary during the academic year, with greater commitment around openings, closings, and pre-service training.)

FHDs may move into apartments on August 1st, 2015 and training begins on August 5th, 2015. Occupancy of the apartment is available during academic year breaks, including Fall Break, Winter Break, and Spring Break. FHDs who return for the following academic year are eligible to reside in their apartments over the summer break, with some exceptions in the case of renovation projects.

Appointments for the position are made during the spring semester for the next academic year. Termination may occur at any time during the year due to one's performance or lack of compliance with university policies, rules, and regulations. FHDs will receive ongoing evaluation from their supervisor (Residence Life Complex Director - West Campus).

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Fraternity House Directors must be an admitted, full-time student in an Emory University graduate program of study in good standing during time of employment. (Possible exceptions for students in their final semester of study.)

In addition to graduate student status, ideal candidates will:

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Currently, the compensation and benefits package for the Fraternity House Director position includes the following:

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All Fraternity House Directors are expected to return to Emory in late summer for training. Fall training for House Directors will begin August 5, 2015. FHDs may begin moving into apartments on August 1, 2015.

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Please submit the following to apply:

Complete applications can be sent to the address below; however, due to delays in campus mail, persons mailing their applications are urged to do so early to ensure delivery. Additionally, applications can be brought to the Office of Residence Life in Raoul Hall. Applications are due by Friday, March 20, 2015.

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Additional Information

For additional information, please contact:

Anne Herold, Assistant Director
Office of Residence Life
Emory University
DUC/Drawer B Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: 404.712.9465 Fax: 404.727.4774

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