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.
LiveLikeLou Executive Director
Originally founded by Neil and Suzanne Alexander upon his diagnosis with ALS in 2011, LiveLikeLou was created to Leave ALS Better Than We Found It, to honor baseball Hall of Famer and Luckiest Man Lou Gehrig, and the more than 16,000 people living with this 100% fatal disease each day across North America. In 2018, LiveLikeLou expanded to become a national nonprofit foundation, through a governing, administrative, and philanthropic partnership with Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Lou Gehrig’s Fraternity, to focus on raising awareness, supporting ALS research to find a treatment or a cure, and supporting ALS patients and their families. After a strong start, LiveLikeLou is poised for tremendous growth to expand its impact and base of support and is now seeking its first, full-time executive director to take it to the next level. The new executive will be empowered by the LiveLikeLou Foundation board, supported by the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Headquarters Staff, and assisted by current LiveLikeLou Director Suzanne Alexander in their transition to the role.
Individuals who have experience in the c-suite or up-and-coming nonprofit professionals who are ready to make a career jump are encouraged to apply. The executive director will build off the initial momentum of LiveLikeLou while also making this role their own. While the operations of LiveLikeLou are in Oxford, Ohio, we are open to engaging with candidates throughout the United States and offer an excellent retirement and benefits package.
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.
If you have led or contributed to successful recruitment efforts at your chapter or are pursuing a career in sales, the Recruitment Specialist opportunity could be a great fit for you.