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Located in Memphis, Tennessee, Kappa Delta’s National Headquarters is operated by an executive director and a professional staff numbering over 40. We work together with volunteers to carry out the mission of the organization. Join our team as we build confidence and inspire action in women of all ages.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

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Title: Director of Collegiate Experience
Date: February 1, 2021
Supervisor: Executive Director                    
Status
: Full-Time Exempt

Job Summary: The director of collegiate experience (DCE) supervises the collegiate experience department staff and organizational workflow including training and development for collegians, advisors and national leadership team members, chapter management and operations and the leadership development consultant (LDC) program. Responsibilities include training and supervision of the collegiate experience and training and development staff and oversight of the Leadership Development Consultant program. The DCE collaborates with collegiate National Leadership Team (NLT), local advisors and campus-based professionals. Under the guidance of the National Council, this position is responsible for policy development and implementation of risk prevention and education. The DCE oversees staff, collegiate and volunteer training. The position is based full time at the headquarters office in Memphis, Tennessee, and reports to the executive director. Remote employment will not be considered.

Training & Development:

  • Oversee the Collegiate Experience Priority and ensure deliverables meet defined vision by the project timeline
  • Oversee the training and development team responsible for development and implementation of risk prevention, all-member education, differentiated member experiences, collegiate officer and volunteer training
  • Serve as key contributor to technology platforms related to chapter management and education
  • Oversee implementation of the Nautilus Chapter Development Program, annual chapter health assessment
  • Oversee Collegiate Experience Associate project areas including academic excellence, member safety, marketing, membership and technological advancement

 

Chapter Management:

  • Provide end-to-end project management support for nationwide strategic plan initiatives and seamlessly integrate into department operations
  • Manage department workload, reporting and special projects to ensure completion against timelines
  • Oversee the management of 168 collegiate chapters and the establishment of new chapters
  • Ability to manage multiple crises and serve as lead role on crisis management team
  • Partner with the university case director to address university judicial issues
  • Collaborate effectively with management team across departments especially the directors of marketing and communications and chapter housing
  • Serve as staff liaison to the national vice president, national vice president – membership and national vice president – collegians
  • Adhere to chapter management procedures and recommend opportunities to streamline for efficiency and maximum effectiveness
  • Knowledgeable of trends in higher education and sorority life to provide thoughtful recommendations to the leadership
  • Ensure organizational compliance with national policies and bylaws
  • Develop and maintain healthy relationships with campus professionals

 

Department Operations:

  • Oversee the departments compliance with the Bias Incident Response Protocol lead by the Bias Response and Intervention Team
  • Serve as the staff lead on the membership review team
  • Serve as staff lead on chapter event insurance questions and insurance claims
  • Oversee the annual policy revision process for all collegiate and alumnae members
  • Develop and manage department budget for extension, new chapters, consultant program, established chapter support and training and development
  • Manage the development and completion of routine department communication including the KD Leader, NLT News
  • Prepare department agendas and meeting materials for key organizational meetings including team meetings, quarterly National Council meetings, etc.

 

Human Resources:

  • Supervise senior collegiate experience managers and training and development senior manager
  • Supervises the leadership development consultants and oversee management of program logistics, included but not limited to interviews, onboarding, training and travel schedules, and lodging
  • Responsible for hiring and training collegiate experience department
  • Oversee the onboarding of new local and national volunteers
  • Manage and nurture the volunteer-staff relationship to ensure collaboration across departments and functional areas
  • Other duties as assigned by the executive director

 

National Conference:

  • Assist with planning and staffing events and training as directed
  • Develop curriculum and deliver presentations as needed

 

Required Travel:

  • Sorority conferences, convention, trainings and interfraternal conferences as budgeted
  • Campus visits as requested by administration or as chapter needs arise

 

Requirements:

  • Management experience with proven success in building and motivating a dynamic team
  • Undergraduate and graduate degrees in the field of education and/or experience working with collegians is preferred
  • 8-12 years of related career experience
  • Superior project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines
  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills including presentation and facilitation skills
  • Possess an introspective and forward thinking, progressive approach to the member experience
  • Successful track record of problem solving with diplomacy
  • Exceptional work ethic and professional demeanor with a positive, flexible attitude
  • Must have a thorough understanding of all Kappa Delta policies and procedures and interpret appropriately
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and adept at learning new software
  • Flexible to travel and manage crises after hours as needs arise
  • Experience working with or in volunteer-driven organizations preferred
  • Kappa Delta membership and volunteer experience is beneficial

 

Job responsibilities and tasks are subject to change based on the needs of the organization and at the discretion of the executive director. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@kappadelta.org.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

Title: Collegiate Experience Associate
Date: January 26, 2021
Supervisor: Collegiate Experience Manager 
Status
: Full-Time Exempt
Location: Kappa Delta National Headquarters, Memphis, Tennessee

Job Summary: The CEA works with division leadership teams, chapters, fraternity/sorority advisors and university administration and will also have chapter educational programming and department responsibilities. The CEA is a position based at Kappa Delta Sorority National Headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee.

She works directly with chapter operations and the training of the leadership development consultants. This individual should be able to work collectively as a team within the collegiate experience department. The CEA must have strong interpersonal skills and understand chapter management procedures. The CEA must have a flexible schedule as this position requires occasional travel and occasional extended hours outside of regular business hours as needs arise, and national representation is requested. Proficiency in regular business software like Microsoft Word and Excel is needed as well as email, social networking and texting technologies. The CEA will report to a collegiate experience manager and work closely with the director of collegiate experience (DCE), executive director, national vice president – membership, national vice president-collegians and national leadership team volunteers.

Chapter Management:

  • Oversee chapter operations and advise on steps to improve chapter health
  • Develop collegiate leaders through positive relationships and routine communication, advising on proper procedure and innovative problem solving
  • Effectively manage visiting leadership development consultants (LDC) on daily chapter operations and management
  • Coordinate efforts with LDC, the divisional national leadership teams, DCE and the national vice president-collegians on high-risk situations
  • Partner with the university case director to support chapters, local advisors, and university administration through chapter disciplinary issues
  • Manage situations according to our policies and procedures while fact finding when situations arise
  • Foster healthy, positive relationship with fraternity/sorority advisors
  • Provide reports on chapter health to the NLT and NC as needed and in accordance with set deadlines
  • Facilitate execution of the Nautilus Chapter Development Program with chapters, CABs and the division team
  • Must have a thorough understanding of all Kappa Delta policies and procedures

 

Project Area:

  • Mange a programmatic area including trainings and educational resources
  • Demonstrate innovation and creativity while developing resources for at least one programmatic area including trainings, KD Leader, officer manual, educational resources, etc.
  • Other projects may be assigned

 

National Conferences:

  • Assist with planning and implementation of special events and programming as directed
  • Presentations and coordination as needed
  • Serve as on-site staff

 

Required Travel:

  • Convention (late June)
  • Chapter and conference travel as determined by the executive director (throughout year)
  • Campus visits as requested by administration or as chapter needs arise

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Membership in Kappa Delta
  • Experienced public speaker
  • Proven training and mentoring skills
  • Superior time management skills
  • Impeccable written and oral communication skills including presentation and meeting facilitation
  • Excellent interpersonal/relationship building skills
  • Excellent critical thinking and decision-making abilities
  • Ability to identify problems and develop solutions that may include new processes or systems
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative while remaining detail and deadline oriented
  • Ability to lead a team and ensure that collective goals are completed
  • Demonstrated understanding of project and volunteer management
  • Ability and willingness to travel
  • Excellent computer skills, including experience with Microsoft products and knowledge of working with membership databases

Job responsibilities and tasks are subject to change based on the needs of the organization and at the direction of the supervisor or executive director. 

To Apply:

For consideration, please submit the following:

  • Cover letter detailing your qualifications, why you are interested in the position and your available start date.
  • Resume
  • Completed application for employment

Please email documents to jobs@kappadelta.org and put “Your Name – Collegiate Experience Associate” in the email subject line.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

Title: Executive Director
Date: July 2021
Status: Full-Time Exempt
Location: Kappa Delta National Headquarters, Memphis, Tennessee

JOB SUMMARY: Kappa Delta looks forward to welcoming its next executive director to provide leadership and executive management to achieve the strategic plan and vision set forth by the boards of Kappa Delta Sorority, Kappa Delta Foundation and Kappa Delta’s real estate entity, Nautilus Management. The executive director works in partnership with the boards and the management team to establish and implement short- and long-term strategies for Kappa Delta in alignment with the organization’s mission and vision. This leader serves as a primary spokesperson and a passionate ambassador for the organization and interfaces with key stakeholders, including collegiate and alumnae members, volunteers, Foundation donors, industry and business partners, vendors and national philanthropic partners. Additionally, the executive director collaboratively cultivates, solicits and stewards donors for the Foundation.

To learn more information about the Executive Director responsibilities, essential functions, qualifications and working for Kappa Delta headquarters, please click here.

Title:Training & Development Senior Manager
Date: April 15, 2021
Supervisor: Director of Collegiate Experience                      
Status
: Full-Time Exempt

JOB SUMMARY: The training and development senior manager (TDSM) supervises and manages workflow and organizational priorities of the training and development team, including collegiate member education, officer training, differentiated member experience programming, and local and national volunteer onboarding and training. This individual is responsible for developing and managing holistic, timely, scalable and effective curriculum both in-person and executed through our Learning Management System (LMS).

This individual should be able to work collaboratively with the collegiate experience department and demonstrate elevated initiative and strategic vision to develop resources and training that align with the Collegiate Experience Priority. The TDSM must have strong interpersonal and management skills, understand chapter management procedures and teaching theories. The TDSM must have a flexible schedule as this position requires occasional extended hours outside of regular business hours as needs arise. The TDSM will report to the Director of Collegiate Experience and work closely with the Training and Development Managers, Director of Collegiate Experience, Executive Director, National Vice President (NVP), National Vice President – Collegians (NVP-C) and National Leadership Team volunteers (NLT).

Training & Development

  • Manage the Collegiate Experience Priority workflow and manage deliverables against project timeline to meet the defined vision, strategy and all projects are measured objectively for effectiveness with supporting data to quantify outcomes
  • Work with NVP and NVP-C to set strategic vision for the next generation of collegiate and volunteer training and programming, identify next iteration of curriculum for future implementation
  • Manage the training and development team responsible for development and implementation of risk prevention, all-member education, differentiated member experiences, collegiate officer and volunteer training including deliverables and measurable outcomes
  • Develop vision and strategy for development and implementation of general membership curriculum for all collegiate members, the differentiated membership experience, chapter leadership training and local and national volunteer training
  • Develop vision and strategy for development and implementation of chapter advisory board (CAB) resources and training
  • Ensure routine updates of department resources including manuals, policies, procedures, training, Norman Shield and other materials for collegians, CAB and NLT
  • Actively manage the inventory of all educational resources and programming for collegians, CAB and NLT
  • Serve as key contributor to technology platforms and applications that support training and development
  • Research learning methods to ensure the educational and leadership programming is up-to-date and relevant to collegiate members
  • Oversee ongoing development of Confidence Coalition platform and integration in all programming
  • Ensure chapter programming requirements are set annually and communicated effectively to staff, NLT, CAB and collegians
  • Oversee the management of a hybrid virtual/in-person training for collegiate officers and CAB

 

Human Resources

  • Supervises training and development associates/managers
  • Manage situations according to our policies and procedures while fact finding when situations arise
  • Manage the budget and overall expenses for training & development curriculum

 

National Conferences 

  • Assist with planning and implementation of special events and programming as directed
  • Presentations and coordination as needed
  • Serve as on-site staff

 

Required Travel 

  • Convention (late June of odd years)
  • Chapter and conference travel as determined by the executive director (throughout year)

 

Requirements

  • Undergraduate degree required with experience developing curriculum and working with both collegians and volunteers
  • Masters degree preferred
  • 5+ years of related career experience
  • Knowledge of the higher education industry, specifically in training and development
  • Experience with LMS software
  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills including presentation and facilitation skills
  • People management experience with proven success in building and motivating a dynamic team
  • Excellent project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines
  • Experience setting long-term goal setting and strategic vision
  • Ability to develop, plan, organize, manage and evaluate training and development programs
  • Ability to interpret and analyze data in order to make informed recommendations related to curriculum development
  • Exceptional work ethic and professional demeanor with a positive, flexible attitude
  • Flexible to manage personnel after hours as needs arise
  • Kappa Delta membership and volunteer experience is beneficial

 

Job responsibilities and tasks are subject to change based on the needs of the organization and at the discretion of the executive director. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@kappadelta.org.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

Title: Collegiate Experience Consultant
Date: February 5, 2021
Supervisor: Collegiate Experience Manager
Status: Full-Time Exempt

Job Summary: A CEC is a recent college graduate who develops collegiate leaders and improves chapter operations by supporting Kappa Delta chapters as ambassadors for the national organization. The CEC works closely with the chapter’s collegiate experience associate (CEA), division leadership teams, fraternity/sorority advisors and university administration to support chapter operations and develop collegiate officers.

This individual may be traveling full time or in residence at a university for new chapter establishment or to better support leadership development. She should be able to propose solutions for approval and work collectively within the collegiate experience department. The CEC must have strong interpersonal skills and understand chapter management procedures and demonstrate cultural competency. The CEC will report to the collegiate experience manager while workflow and direction will be provided by the CEA.

Assignments can vary depending upon the needs of chapters. Depending on the assignment, CECs assist with leadership development of members, chapter recruitment and new chapter establishment. An intensive training session is held in July. Travel begins in early August and ends May.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree by June of the year hired
  • Alumna member of Kappa Delta in good standing with the organization
  • Leadership experience (chapter council or Panhellenic recommended)
  • Campus/community involvement (i.e. clubs, work, internships, volunteer positions, etc.)
  • Knowledge and deep understanding of a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Impeccable written and oral communication skills including presentation and meeting facilitation
  • Strong public speaking skills
  • Membership recruitment ability
  • Excellent interpersonal/relationship building skills
  • Superior time management skills
  • Proven training and mentoring skills
  • Excellent critical thinking and decision-making abilities
  • Ability to identify problems and develop solutions that may include new processes or systems
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative while remaining detail and deadline oriented

 

Chapter Management:

  • Provide consistent chapter support and cultivate strong positive presence on campus by emphasis on leadership, academic excellence, cultural competency, and participation in a variety of campus activities
  • Coordinate strategic efforts with the national leadership team, CEA and local advisors
  • Demonstrate adaptability and relatability while supporting collegiate chapters
  • Assist with the continued development of officers, chapter members, and advisors
  • Assist chapter advisory board with any questions and issues that arise and redirect to the CEA as needed
  • Create and maintain positive and professional relationships with chapter officers and advise them on proper procedure and policy and redirect to the CEA as needed
  • Promote internal accountability by providing standards board training and facilitating engaging chapter workshops, including diversity and inclusion training, leadership development and risk management education
  • Provide reports on chapters to staff and NLT in accordance with set deadlines
  • Must have a thorough understanding of all Kappa Delta policies and procedures
  • Access chapter progress and target areas based on the chapter’s action plan
  • Other projects may be assigned to support the Collegiate Experience Department

 

Required Travel:

  • Chapter travel, as requested
  • In-residence support, as required

 

Job responsibilities and tasks are subject to change based on the needs of the organization and at the direction of the supervisor or executive director.

 

To Apply:
For consideration, please submit the following:

  • Cover letter detailing your qualifications, why you are interested in the position and your available start date.
  • Resume
  • Completed application for employment

Please email documents to jobs@kappadelta.org and put “Your Name – Collegiate Experience Consultant” in the email subject line.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

Title: Training & Development Manager (Collegians)
Date: February 5, 2021
Supervisor: Training & Development Senior Manager
Status
: Full-Time Exempt

JOB SUMMARY: Develops educational programming and training for collegiate chapters as directed, including differentiated member education and leadership training. Staff support for Collegiate Experience Priority and oversees the review and implementation of all collegiate programming, for respective programs, in collaboration with the national vice president – collegians (NVP-C) and curriculum manager. Provides support to assess and evaluate CEP programs. Research and provide recommendations for process and procedure improvements to related areas of oversight.

Essential duties or functions:

Strategic Plan: Collegiate Experience Priority

  • Serve as staff support on Collegiate Experience Priority in collaboration with NVP-C
  • Project manage workflow against timeline
  • Develop content for all differentiated experiences and leadership programming in line with CEP priorities, with consultation of the volunteer curriculum manager
  • Develop communication and implementation plans for all projects and supporting materials as needed
  • Oversee chapter implementation of collegiate programming, including differentiated experiences and leadership programs
  • Assess and evaluate chapter adoption of collegiate programming, including differentiated experiences and leadership programs
  • Write and submit grant requests to the foundation as applicable
  • Manage electronic library/files of educational resources and programming in partnership with the training and development team
  • Serve as key contributor to technology platforms related to collegiate leadership training and differentiated member experiences

Differentiated Member Experience

  • Manage and oversee implementation of differentiated member experiences including the new member program and Senior Experience
  • Manage communications and monitor chapter implementation of differentiated member experiences
  • Develop communication and implementation plans and process for evaluation for the new member experience and Senior Experience
  • Monitor the need for additional differentiated membership experience tracks to be developed and adopted

Leadership Training

  • Manage and oversee implementation of collegiate leadership training
  • Set leadership training expectations annually and manage the development of these trainings, included but not limited to officer transition training
  • Serve as the training and development lead on collegiate leadership development
  • Serve as staff lead on developing initial curriculum plan for a hybrid in-person/virtual leadership development training and lead team to plan and execute content for the event
  • Reviews and consults on CEA project areas as it pertains to collegiate programming
  • Lead routine updates of department resources including manuals, policies, procedures, training, Norman Shield and other materials

Other Responsibilities

  • Identify campus trends and elevate for discussion
  • Stay current on industry practices and successful programming
  • Develop and deliver presentations as requested
  • Assist with planning and implementation of national conferences and special events as directed
  • Serve as on-site event staff
  • Assist with special projects as assigned

Required Travel

  • Chapter visits and membership reviews as required or necessary
  • Kappa Delta national events
  • Industry conferences as determined by the executive director

Requirements

  • Undergraduate and graduate degrees in the field of education, curriculum development and/or experience coaching/training adults is preferred
  • 3+ years of related career experience
  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills including presentation and facilitationskills
  • Excellent project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meetdeadlines
  • Exceptional work ethic and professional demeanor with a positive, flexible attitude
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and adept at learning new software
  • Experience writing and developing curriculum preferred
  • Experience working with a learning management system preferred
  • Experience working with or in volunteer-driven organizations preferred
  • Kappa Delta membership and volunteer experience is beneficial

Job responsibilities and tasks are subject to change based on the needs of the organization and at the direction of the supervisor or executive director.

To Apply:

For consideration, please submit the following:

  • Cover letter detailing your qualifications, why you are interested in the position and your available start date.
  • Resume
  • Completed application for employment

Please email documents to jobs@kappadelta.org and put “Your Name – Training and Development Manager” in the email subject line.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

Title: Graphic Designer
Date: January 2019
Supervisor: Director of Communications                       
Status
: Full-Time Exempt

JOB SUMMARY: The graphic designer works closely with the director of communications and other staff to oversee all design projects — from conception to delivery — for Kappa Delta Sorority and Foundation. She/he manages all design assignments, ensuring all work is produced on time, to budget and to a high standard. She/he collaborates with the rest of the communications department to brainstorm creative communications and develop marketing campaigns. The position is based at the headquarters office in Memphis, Tennessee.

Essential duties or functions:

BRANDING

  • Maintain brand guidelines for the national organization and ensure brand consistency across all print and online materials 
  • Design and order all stationery for headquarters staff and national officers, including letterhead, envelopes, notecards and business cards 
  • Re-design secondary logos, as needed (chapter logos, International Women’s Friendship Month, Confidence Coalition, etc.) 

 

MAGAZINE

  • Design the quarterly magazine 
  • Work closely with the Angelos editor to make revisions, as needed 
  • Prepare art files for print 
  • Compile and design e-mail newsletter to launch digital edition of magazine 
  • Work with the communications manager to develop marketing plan for digital edition of the magazine; design accompanying graphics for social media 

 

SOCIAL MEDIA 

  • Design graphics for all social media campaigns, across various social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) 

 

CONFERENCES/EVENTS 

  • Develop brand identity for all national events 
  • Design all print and online marketing collateral for national events, including signage, programs, handout templates, favors, video graphics, social media, booth materials, PowerPoints, etc. 
  • Assist with A/V on site for national events 

 

EXTENSION 

  • Assist the director of communications and the director of sorority growth and enhancement with the design of extension applications, presentation handouts and PowerPoints 
  • Design and order printed extension marketing collateral, as needed 
  • Work with senior leadership development consultants to develop budget for PR materials for new chapters; design and order all PR materials. 

 

FOUNDATION 

  • Work with the foundation team on design projects as needed, including the annual report, impact report, social media campaigns, event signage, etc. 

 

MISCELLANEOUS 

  • Provide graphics for electronic newsletters, as needed 
  • Assist multimedia manager with graphics for videos 
  • Assist multimedia manager on photo and video shoots as needed 
  • Proactively recommend creative communications for marketing initiatives 
  • Design and update new member manual (Norman Shield) annually 
  • Complete special projects as assigned 

Job responsibilities and tasks are subject to change based on the needs of the organization and at the direction of the supervisor or executive director. 

 

Requirements:

  • 3-5 years of experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in graphic design or related field
  • Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite including Adobe Illustration, InDesign and Photoshop
  • Expertise in key digital media disciplines/tools with an understanding of integrated media campaigns
  • Positive attitude
  • Strong work ethic
  • Team-oriented professional work style
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to assess office needs
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written, and strong interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail and deadlines with the ability to manage competing demands for time
  • Ability to learn new technology quickly
  • Problem-solving and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.
  • Ability to stand/walk for extended periods of time
  • Ability to travel for national conferences
  • Understanding of fraternity/sorority organizations a plus
  • Membership in Kappa Delta Sorority not necessary

 

To Apply:

For consideration, please submit the following:

  • Cover letter detailing your qualifications, why you are interested in the position and your available start date.
  • Resume
  • 3-5 design samples
  • Completed application for employment

Please email documents to jobs@kappadelta.org and put “Your Name – Graphic Designer” in the email subject line.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

Title: Chapter Housing Coordinator
Date: May 2021
Supervisor: Chapter Housing Operations Manager                       
Status
: Full-Time Exempt

Job Summary: The chapter housing coordinator is responsible for assisting the chapter housing operations manager in all aspects of Kappa Delta housing, including facilities management, financial oversight, administrative duties and communication. The chapter housing coordinator works with headquarters staff to ensure Kappa Delta facilities are safe and secure, as well as comparable and competitive on the local level. The position may also require travel as necessary to visit chapter facilities and attend conferences and training. The housing coordinator position is based at the National Headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee, but we will consider a remote employee. 

Essential duties or functions: 

General Responsibilities: 

  • Represent Kappa Delta in a positive way within the organization and in interaction with individuals and organizations external to Kappa Delta  
  • Have good judgment of what needs urgent attention, confidentiality, priority and delegation 
  • Manage expectations and maintain flow of communication for the chapter housing operations manager 
  • Help the chapter housing operations manager use her time efficiently by streamlining information and tasks 
  • Field external inquiries  

 

Chapter Housing Support: 

  • Assist with the development of housing agreements for chapters 
  • Communicate and work with chapters to fill beds 
  • Send housing agreements to chapter members via DocuSign 
  • Manage signed housing agreements 
  • Maintain occupancy numbers and room assignments 
  • Maintain current information about Kappa Delta properties 
  • Communicate with individual members and parents about housingrelated issues 
  • Communicate with chapters about house calendars, move in/move out, meal plans and housing dues 
  • Communicate with Finance Department regarding updates to occupancy 
  • Communicate with vendors about contracts and services 
  • Maintain and update service agreements with vendors 
  • Review all invoices incurred by chapter houses to determine if reasonable and appropriate 
  • Process all invoices for payment in Billhighway 
  • Maintain vendor database 
  • Collect W-9s from vendors 
  • Assist with oversight of maintenance and repairs of Kappa Delta properties 
  • Determine competitive housing fees for chapters 
  • Assist with training and supervision of house directors 
  • Ensure all employment paperwork is complete and current 
  • Provide support during housing-related emergencies and crisis communication situations 

  

 Requirements: 

  • Bachelor’s degree 
  • Membership in Kappa Delta preferred 
  • Superior time management skills 
  • Impeccable written and oral communication skills including presentation and meeting facilitation 
  • Excellent interpersonal/relationshipbuilding skills 
  • Excellent critical thinking and decision-making abilities 
  • Ability to identify problems and develop solutions that may include new processes or systems 
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative while remaining detail and deadline oriented 
  • Ability and willingness to travel if needed 
  • Excellent computer skills, including experience with Microsoft products and knowledge of working with membership databases 

Job responsibilities and tasks are subject to change based on the needs of the organization and at the direction of the supervisor or executive director.  

To Apply: 

For consideration, please submit the following: 

  • Cover letter detailing your qualifications, why you are interested in the position and your available start date. 
  • Resume 
  • Completed application for employment 

Please email documents to jobs@kappadelta.org and put “Your Name – Chapter Housing Coordinator” in the email subject line.

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

Title: Sorority House Director
Supervisor: Housing Operations Manager
Start Date: August 1, 2021                     
Status
: Full-Time Non-Exempt
Location: Purdue University

JOB SUMMARY 

Kappa Delta Sorority is seeking to place a full-time house director at Purdue University. This facility offers a furnished house director suite and assigned parking. The facility sleeps 58 members. The house director provides direct oversight of facility cleaning and maintenance services and works with a kitchen management company to coordinate food services for the chapter house. The primary duty of the House Director is to oversee the day-to-day operations of the physical premises of the chapter house. The House Director is expected to utilize appropriate levels of independent judgment and discretion in the execution of her job duties. The House Director must have strong interpersonal skills and have a positive attitude. The House Director will also help to ensure the safety and welfare of both the collegiate live-in and live-out members of the sorority. The position requires strong problem-solving skills and a solutions-oriented approach. The ability to quickly identify problems, develop and timely implement solutions is also expected. The House Director is required to reside in the chapter house while members are present.  

 

Required Skills: 

  • Excellent organization and communication abilities 
  • Positive solution-focused attitude 
  • Ability to interact professionally and diplomatically with students, parents, existing staff, alumnae, service providers, community resources, University representatives, National KD personnel and volunteers 
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with college-age students, patience, flexibility and a sense of humor 
  • Ability to recognize maintenance and repair issues, and coordinate service 
  • Thorough knowledge of computers and applications associated with Office 365 (Word, Outlook and Excel), email and corresponding devices such as a printer and scanner 
  • Versed in using a smartphone to communicate via text and group messaging 
  • Ability to climb up and down several flights of stairs and lift 25 pounds if necessary 

 

Education and/or Experience: 

  • An associate degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school (further education is a plus); or one or two years related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

House Operations 

  • Oversee the successful opening and closing of the chapter house at the beginning of the school year and after relevant school year breaks. 
  • Manage the daily operations of the chapter house by maintaining a safe, clean and pleasant living environment. 
  • Implement COVID-19 Preparedness Guide 
  • Oversee the operation of dining services provided by kitchen management company. 
  • Manage and supervise the cleaning services provided by a cleaning service company. 
  • Inspect grounds, facilities, and equipment routinely to determine necessity of repairs or maintenance and oversee all maintenance work at chapter house. 
  • Develop and implement for the long-term care and upkeep of the chapter house. 

 

Chapter and University Relationship 

  • Maintain positive relationships with Kappa Delta members. 
  • Make effort to know all members by name and involvement.  
  • Meet weekly with the chapter house manager.  
  • Maintain an accurate floor plan with current occupants’ names and their phone numbers, parents’ name, address, contact number and emergency numbers.  
  • See that all members in the house understand and abide by local chapter house rules, National Kappa Delta house rules and rules and regulations of Purdue University. 
  • Keep in strict confidence the workings of the sorority as well as their social and financial affairs and those of their members. 
  • Maintain communication with Purdue University when appropriate. 
  • Attend University House Director Meetings.  

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS: 

  • Salary commensurate with experience. 
  • Housing accommodations (private suite with living room, bedroom and bathroom) provided within the Chapter House. 
  • Meals are provided Monday – Friday through Chapter House food service provider. 

 

TO APPLY: 

For consideration, please submit the following: 

  • Cover letter detailing your qualifications and why you are interested in this position 
  • Resume 
  • Completed application of employment 

Please email documents to jobs@kappadelta.org and put “Your Name – Purdue House Director” in the email subject line. 

Kappa Delta Sorority believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

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