Position title: New Chapter Development Director
Department: Chapter Development
Reports to: Fraternity Services Director
Overall responsibility: Strengthen the SigEp brand by establishing self-sustaining chapters at universities identified in the Sigma Phi Epsilon expansion plan.
Key tasks and responsibilities:
- Utilize SigEp’s best practices, including the Balanced Man Scholarship, to recruit the university’s brightest undergraduate men to join each new chapter.
- Serve as the point of contact for chapter volunteers and university officials associated with the projects assigned to the director’s team.
- Provide comprehensive one-on-one and group training in all areas of chapter operations with a focus on recruitment, implementation of the Balanced Man Program, chapter leadership and goal setting, fiscal health, and standards and accountability to ensure the chapter is prepared to operate as a high-performing, self-governing organization.
- Provide feedback and edits to chapter training modules and protocol.
- Select executive officers and committee members and coordinate goal setting among chapter leaders and alumni-volunteers.
- Ensure the chapter is placed on a successful path to obtaining a Sigma Phi Epsilon charter.
- Assist the volunteer services team as needed with volunteer recruitment for the chapter.
- Provide regular reports to key stakeholders on the chapter’s progress toward chartering.
- Manage department budget to ensure expenditures align with activities that yield a high performing chapter.
- Be willing to take on side projects that leverage knowledge of SigEp’s best practices.
- Support programs and events team with execution of leadership events.
Role-specific components and training provided:
- Work with experienced new chapter development directors to execute new chapter expansions.
- Two months of intensive and detailed training and preparation.
- Live on-site at universities where the Fraternity is re-colonizing for the duration of the recolonization.
Skills and experience required:
- BA or BS required.
- Proven results-oriented leadership and project management skills.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Ability to lead and manage a team.
- Ability to collaborate with multiple departments and constituencies.
- Strong organization skills and knowledge of Fraternity best practices.
- Proficient in use of technology to complete tasks (Microsoft Office, Salesforce, etc.).
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com by February 28.