A Certified Great Place to Work!

Phi Delta Theta General Headquarters is Certified™ by Great Place To Work® in the United States. Great Place to Work Certification recognizes employers who create an outstanding employee experience. The recognition is based on a survey given to current employees, with 90 percent of employees believing Phi Delta Theta is a great place to work, compared to the 57 percent average for other US companies.

Within the walls of Phi Delta Theta’s General Headquarters, you can find a roster of individuals who care deeply for the Fraternity and spend their working hours helping to take Phi Delta Theta to new heights. Our family-like culture provides for a valuable work experience in many different areas within the Fraternity.

Below you can find information and the application process for our open positions.

Advancement and Engagement Officer – Phi Delta Theta Foundation

The advancement and engagement oficer identifies, qualifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards gifts of $25,000 and above from alumni, parents, and friends of Phi Delta Theta. They will also be responsible for the Annual Fund Trustees’ Roundtable Society and Living Bond Society growth among loyal Annual Fund donors.

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Recruitment Specialists

Recruitment specialists are responsible for the preparation and execution of establishing new or re-emerging Phi Delt chapters and the support of growth in existing chapters. Responsibilities include pre-project preparation, on-campus and virtual recruitment of founders and alumni advisers, and establishing a baseline for operations through emerging chapter education. Recruitment specialists also play a critical role in recruitment education by coaching recruitment chairmen at existing chapters.

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Live-In Leadership Adviser

Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity is currently assisting house corporations to identify and place live-in leadership adviser candidates for chapters across the country.

A live-in leadership adviser assists a chapter as it builds relationships with its house corporation, chapter advisory board, and university/college administration. Duties are conducted in consultation with the General Headquarters, house corporation, chapter advisory board, and university/college faculty and staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: the management of the house or physical structure; ensuring the chapter is upholding the risk management policies of Phi Delta Theta, the local chapter bylaws, and the terms of the lease agreement; and assisting the chapter leadership with overall chapter operations.

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