Phi Delta Theta is looking to expand its Membership Development and Support team. The chapter support coordinator assists a portfolio of chapters/emerging chapters in the local implementation of strategies that support the Fraternity’s strategic plan, Phi Delt 2030, specifically around improving chapter/emerging chapter operations and the health and safety of undergraduate members. Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting with general chapter operations, finances, recruitment, chapter/member accountability, and new member education.
Who We Are:
Phi Delta Theta is an international nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide its members with a lifetime experience that allows each member to reach their own personal greatness. Founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, on December 26, 1848, Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity has 194 chapters and emerging chapters and 91 alumni clubs across the United States and Canada. To date, the Fraternity has initiated over 283,000 men into the society whose founding principles are Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude.
Who We Serve:
Together we provide our members with a transformational experience in the pursuit of greatness.
What We Offer:
- Salary offers will be determined by the candidate’s creditable years of experience in conjunction with internal equity considerations based on the organization’s current compensation practices and market research for similar positions.
- Traditional benefits package includes 100 percent employer-paid health insurance, health reimbursement arrangement, 401k retirement plan with a 4 percent match and additional performance-based contributions, paid holidays, paid vacation days, paid health and wellness days, extra paid time off for office closures at years end, and short- and long-term disability insurance and life insurance.
- Additional benefits include flexible workspaces, a personalized travel benefits program, technology stipends with monthly mobile phone plan reimbursements, holiday events, and employee recognition.
All candidates and selected employee will be initially assessed on their background and experience in the areas of servant leadership, strategic agility, and project execution, and in their projected ability to successfully complete related performance metrics in the following:
- Provide support to chapter leaders and alumni volunteers, both virtually and in-person, as they recognize issues and work towards solutions
- Track chapter key performance indicators (KPIs) to determine priorities, chapter support successes, and resource and time allocation
- Assist the director of chapter support in conducting chapter investigations in partnership with local stakeholders, including the province president, chapter advisory board members, and campus professionals
- Lead emerging chapter installation development and installations ceremonies/programming
- Monitor and manage the accounts receivable of chapters within the assigned portfolio
- Maintain regular contact with chapter volunteers, including the province president, chapter advisory board members, and house corporation members
- Promote the Fraternity’s various programs and services, including accreditation, awards, reporting, GreekBill, and educational programming
- Assist the General Headquarters executive staff in identifying and developing new services and resources for undergraduate and alumni members
- Participate in the Kleberg Emerging Leaders Institute, McKenzie Family Presidents Leadership Conference, and other such leadership conferences as designated
- Participate in the activities of relevant professional organizations, such as the Association of Fraternity Advisors, and seek additional opportunities for professional development
- Assist with the planning and execution of the General Convention
- Assist the General Headquarters executive staff on all other such assigned duties
- Bachelor’s required, master’s or equivalent work experience preferred
- Membership in a fraternity/sorority preferred
- Campus or organizational leadership experience
- Excellent organizational, time management, prioritization, written, oral, and interpersonal skills
- Knowledge of Greek-letter organizations and their functionality at both a headquarters- and campus- level
- Ability to create stakeholder relationships quickly and effectively
- Time-management skills and the ability to work in an autonomous environment as needed
- Expectation to live in Southwest Ohio with the ability to work from Oxford initially. Remote work may be a consideration in the future
Work Environment and Physical Requirements:
- Ability to travel for work, including but not limited to nights and/or weekends, up to 50 percent of the time
- Ability to serve on an on-call basis by managing the Phi Delta Theta Crisis Hotline
- Long periods of sitting at a desk in an office environment
- Ability to lift twenty-five pounds
Interested candidates should provide a cover letter and résumé to Cynthia Buresh.