Thank you for your interest in joining the Executive Office staff of Sigma Pi. Though the availability of employment opportunities varies, we are always looking for bright individuals with passion, dedication, and enthusiasm.
To apply for a position or recommend a candidate, please email SigmaPi@PhiredUp.com. Applications should include a resume and cover letter. The priority deadline is May 1, 2022.
- Undergraduate Support Consultant
Undergraduate Support Consultants foster strong relationships with chapter leaders, alumni volunteers, and campus administrators at colleges and universities across North America. These individuals provide consultation, support and training to existing chapters and colonies by focusing on development of strong chapter operations in areas such as recruitment, membership education, and health and safety expectations and policies. Undergraduate Support Consultants serve as the primary liaison between individual chapters and the Fraternity’s Executive Office, and are responsible for the promotion of the values of Sigma Pi Fraternity. This position reports to the Director of Chapter Support.
Likewise, Undergraduate Support Consultants develop and grow existing and future colonies of the fraternity, along with implementing the educational programs and training for Colony and Interest Group members of Sigma Pi Fraternity. This individual will oversee colony development and the chartering process for each individual colony. This individual should identify growth, educational and training needs of Colonies, Interest Groups, and expansion efforts; and coordinate solutions with the Director of Strategic Growth.
- Consults with Sigma Pi undergraduate chapter/colony officers and volunteers to ensure their continued success
- Provides training and facilitates discussions for the continuing development of chapters/colonies on topics including, but not limited to, recruitment, membership education, health and safety, scholarship, budgeting, event planning, and chapter management. (Via webinars, zoom, or in-person meetings)
- Assist in development efforts including officer transitions and new officer training
- Completes reports and maintains communication with each chapter/colony following consultation discussions and/or visits
- Assist in the development and revision of Sigma Pi educational programs and resources
- Collaborate with internal and external partners to provide educational resources to members and volunteers
- Direct and coordinate assessment of educational programs and other initiatives, in partnership with the Director of Education and Programs
- Collaborate with the Director of Strategic Growth to meet the goals of the strategic growth plan and Interest Group evaluation process
- Perform other duties as assigned by DCS, DSG, or CEO
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
- Bachelor’s degree required, preferably with a business emphasis
- History of work experience, including internships/externships, required
- Fraternity knowledge and experience required
- Exhibited collegiate leadership experiences outside of fraternity life
- Demonstrates exceptional interpersonal skills, being able to network and build relationships with students, alumni, volunteers, and campus professionals
- Knowledge of best practices related to operations, sales, and marketing
- Ability to work independently
- Strong proficiency in time and project management
- Possess strong written and verbal communication skills, being able to facilitate programs and deliver dynamic presentations that engage and educate undergraduate student leaders
- Ability to travel and work on a flexible schedule, including some evening and weekend conference calls, programs, conferences, etc.
COMPENSATION, BENEFITS, AND LOCATION
Employees will receive a salary, the salary range is $35-40K, and commensurate with skills and experience. We are unable to offer a higher salary at this entry level position. However, Sigma Pi Fraternity does offer a competitive benefits package that includes: health insurance coverage; 401(k) plan availability; flexible paid vacation/personal time; alumni contacts and networking; professional development; and additional employee perks.